Last updated on: 04.16.19  

Transportation to Camp:

     Transportation to and from our Camp's location is the parent's responsibility.  We encourage parents within the same Pack to car-pool, however, appropriate information needs to be provided on your Transportation form in order for the Camp Staff to allow your child to leave the site with anyone... including the child's custodian.  The form is required for all youth in camp (Cub Scout, Kids Korner, Girls Camp Exp. and Camp Aide campers) and is available below for printing and download.


Camp Set-Up/Tear-Down:

     We ask that as many people that can, come.  The more we get set-up during at this time, the less we will have to do the first day of Camp.  This will have things move more smoothly and make the Camp more enjoyable for you and your children.  Set-up will start at 10:00am on both days.  Parent Orientation will begin at 2pm, the same day as set-up.  T-shirts can be picked up at this time.  Camp Tear-Down is similar.  Our camp needs to leave the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds the Sunday after; as per our contract with them.  The more helpers we have to accomplish this, the better the result.  The camp needs to get packed up in a timely fashion; making it easier to set-up camp the following session and the following year.  Your help is greatly appreciated.

June 22 & 23, 2019
June 28 & 29, 2019

Camp Uniform:

     Each Camp participant is required to wear the official camp t-shirt everyday.  Our Camp involves a lot of walking.  We advise that every participant wear an older pair of sneakers (with socks) daily.  The Scouts will be exposed to sprinklers which may soil/ruin a new pair of shoes!  There are no sandals or crocs allowed in Camp... not on Cub Scouts, Camp Aides, or Adults.  Anyone wearing open-toed shoes or crocs will need to leave the Camp site or sit in the Administrative Area until appropriate footwear is provided. 


     All participants are responsible for providing his or her own lunches and drinks for the lunch time period. It is advised that each Cub Scout, Kids Korner and Tiger attendees put their healthy lunch inside of a labeled, one gallon zip lock baggie. Den Leaders are expected to provide a cooler with ice for the storage of their Den’s lunches. It is encouraged to coordinate with other parents within the Den to take turns providing ice for the cooler. Camp will not supply ice for individual Den coolers. One-day parents are required to bring lunch on the day they attend camp.

     NEW THIS YEAR:  Due to changes in National Camp Standards, lunches will no longer be offered to Camp Aides or Staff Members.  Each Camp Aide and Staff Member is responsible for bringing their own lunch for the day in an appropriate lunch bag to keep cool.


Tiger Program:

     Our Camp has developed an exciting program for incoming Tiger Cubs in order to introduce them to the fun of both Cub Scout Day Camp and Scouting.  Tigers are invited to attend a two day program of Camp activities on Thursday & Friday.  Please note that the Tiger program includes an adult partner and any incoming Tiger who registers for Camp needs to have an adult partner accompany them for the day (Adults are required to be at least 21 years of age).  Incoming Tigers must also complete a BSA Cub Scout registration form.  Contact your local Pack or call Baltimore Area Council Headquarters (443) 573-2513.



Forms needed to attend Cub Scout Day Camp as a

Note:  These forms are made to be printed, filled out, then mailed.
NOT designed to be edited on the computer then printed or submitted by e-mailed

  Registration Information Packet  

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  Tiger Cub Registration Packet  
  Kids Korner Registration Packet  
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