Scouting World Adventures 

Cub Scouts can participate in many types of activities including, archery, BB-guns, sling shots, field sports, nature, arts and crafts, scout skills, and a variety of other events. All areas (especially range activities) place a special emphasis on safety procedures. It’s a fun-filled week of challenging Cub Scout activities, exciting adventures and new friendships. Camp is open to all Cub Scouts who will be in first through fifth grades as of September 2015.

Each camp offers FIVE action packed days (or evenings) filled with fun, learning, adventure, and more!

Archery climbing tower paddle boarding

2015 Cub Scout Day Camp Dates

If possible, please register through your Cub Scout Pack.

  • Chief Logan                                 June 1-5            Chief Logan Reservation
  • Chief Tarhe                                  June 8-12         Lancaster Camp Grounds
  • Licking/Tri-Creek                         June 8-12         Camp Falling Rock
  • Darby Creek                                 June 15-19        Pastime Park
  • Ohio Valley                                   June 15-19       Deer Creek State Park
  • Tecumseh                                     June 22-26      Camp Oyo
  • Delaware                                       July 6-10          Camp Lazarus
  • Arrowhead                                     July 13-17         Camp Lazarus
  • Buckeye                                         July 20-24       Camp Lazarus
  • Rocky Fork/Chief Logan               July 22-24        Rocky Fork State Park

Registrations will open January 1, 2015

2015 Cub Camping Video

This year’s Scouting World Adventures theme centers around the idea that the BSA would like to take Scouting all over the world! Cub Scouts and Webelos will arrive on the first day and learn valuable skills that they will need on their mission.  Throughout the week, they will encounter activities related to Traveling and World Adventures.  Activities will include Archery & BB Gun shooting, sports, crafts, water games, and nature/ecology stations and more!

What is Cub Scout day camp all about?

It’s a summertime program for Cub Scouts and Webelos to get outside and do activities with friends from their pack.

It’s a fun and exciting camp experience!  It’s the first step in the camping progression.  Scouts spend each day with the same group and visit a variety of program stations. At the end of the day they return home. It’s a place for Cub Scouts and Webelos to test themselves, participate in new activities, make new friends and learn something along the way.

Archery climbing tower paddle boarding

Sign up as a pack, den or individual

Scouts primarily sign up and attend day camp with their Cub Scout pack. Camp is a lot more fun when your den attends together. However if your pack is not attending day camp there is no reason why you should miss out on the adventure. A scout and their adult partner can attend day camp and be matched with a den of scouts the same age OR if your entire den wants to attend that would be even better! We don’t want anyone to miss out on this awesome summer experience. Please contact your pack’s Camp Coordinator for information on how to attend without your pack.

Forms for Day Camp

>>Medical Form (Short-Term – Day Camp & Cub Resident Camp).

>> Campership, online application

>> 2015 Campership Request Form

Need Assistance? Camperships are available for scouts needing assistance to attend day camp. Request forms are due to the Simon Kenton Council Office by March 1, 2015. Please download, print and complete the request form OR complete the online application.

Simon Kenton Council day camp refund policy

30 Days prior is full refund. Anything between 2 weeks and 30 days is 50% refund. Within 2 weeks of the event refund is at the discretion of the event coordinator or staff adviser. Usually only granted in cases of emergency. Unless otherwise stated.