Cub Scout Summer Family Camp Weekend 2024



JUNE 29 - JULY 2  /  Camp Buck Toms

Join us for a weekend of medieval activities and be a Cub of the Roundtable!

Activities include:

  • Jousting Obstacle Course

  • Shield Design

  • Dragon Egg Excavation

  • Marshmallow Castle & Catapult Challenge

  • And more!

The Participants' Guide will be coming out soon - check it out for information on activities, schedules, and adventures!


Register your family or Pack for Summer Cub Family Camp at Camp Buck Toms.

$50 per Scout attending
$50 per Adult attending

2 required (1-Scout/1-Adult) or a leader attending with Pack (NO REGISTRATIONS WITHOUT ADULTS)

Each participant must complete the BSA Medical form Parts A & B: BSA MEDICAL A & B

As a reminder: Cub Scout Programs – OVERNIGHT EXCEPTION
Cub Scout parents or legal guardians taking part in an overnight Cub Scout program with their own child or legal ward are not required to register as leaders.  All adults must review the “How to Protect Your Children From Child Abuse:  A Parent’s Guide” that can be found in the front of each Cub Scout Handbook. IN ADDITION, the parent or legal guardian must be a accompanied by a registered leader at any time they are with youth members OTHER than their own child/ward.  ALL OTHER OVERNIGHT ADULTS MUST BE CURRENTLY REGISTERED IN AN ADULT FEE-REQUIRED POSITION. 

  • Cub Scout camping is a family-centric program.
  • Cub Scout youth may tent with a parent or guardian as outlined in Scouting’s Barriers to Abuse.
  • Cub Scout youth should attend the camping event with their parent(s)/ guardian(s).
    • Lions and Tigers must have their adult partner present to take part.
    • For all other ranks: only in exceptional circumstances, a Cub Scout whose parent or legal guardian cannot attend a unit overnight camping trip may participate under the supervision of another registered adult member of the BSA, a parent of a Cub Scout who is also attending. The unit leader and a parent or legal guardian must agree to the arrangement, and all Youth Protection policies apply. At no time may another adult accept responsibility for more than one additional “non family member” youth.

If you need to register, the BSA adult application can be found here.