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2024 Cub Scout Resident Camp & Webelos Camp

The Greater Tampa Bay Area Council will be hosting a Cub Scout Resident camp at Flaming Arrow Scout Reservation from Friday 6/21 through Monday 6/24/2024. This program now includes Wolves (New 2nd graders), Bears (new 3rd Graders), Webelos (new 4th Graders) and Arrow of Light (new 5th Graders) Cub Scouts!!!  Each Scout will be grouped with other Scouts of their same rank so everyone will have a fun and age-appropriate camp. 

Our camps offer a wide range of activities that cater to every interest, whether you’re a first-time camper or a seasoned adventurer. From archery to swimming, and crafting to campfires, we promise an experience filled with learning, fun, and the spirit of Scouting. It’s not just about the activities; it’s about the friendships and memories you’ll create under the stars.

Where: Flaming Arrow Scout Reservation – Lake Wales Florida 

When: June 21st – June 24th, 2024

$50 deposit will hold your spot!

Early Bird Pricing (Ends May 24th)
$205 Youth
$100 Adult Leader

Regular Pricing 
$225 Youth
$110 Adult Leader 
$25 Late Fee for registrants registering after 7th. Registration closes June 14th

Camp Details

What to Expect:
There will be 4 activity sessions each day where Cub Scouts of the same age will be together learning new Skills and having fun.  Food will be served in the dining hall with balanced meals.  Each meal ends with a camp song, something the Scouts will remember forever.  While it may be hot outside. we will provide opportunities to cool down and make sure your Cub Scouts are cool enough to enjoy camp.  We also provide snacks between meals to keep everyone hydrated.  There will be age appropraite evening activities each night as well, so they will be having fun all of the time.  

Leadership in Camp
The minimum leadership requirement for any Cub Scout unit attending resident camp is a ratio of two adults for a maximum of eight scouts and one additional adult for each four scouts. All adults must be registered members of the BSA, and all adult leaders must meet the qualifications for the leadership position in which they serve. Two unit leaders must be at least 21 years of age. Any additional leaders must be at least 18 years of age.Youth Protection guidelines regarding two-deep leadership and appropriate gender requirements must be followed. Units serving female youth must have one registered female adult, age 21 or older. 

Who Can Attend:
All registered Cub Scouts going into the Wolf, Bear, Webelos or Arrow of Light programs for the 2024-2025 School year – i.e. rising 2nd – 5th graders.  While we encourage an adult companion to attend with Cub Scouts, we cannot accommodate their younger brothers or sisters. This program is designed for registered Wolf, Bear, Webelos and Arrow of Light only.  

Medical Forms:
BSA Health Form Parts A, B, and C are required for all youth and adults attending camp. You can find the forms HERE.

Please note: Part C MUST be completed by a health professional such as a family doctor or local Walk-in Clinic

***All adults are required to have current youth protection. ***  

Den Chiefs:
If a pack has a den chief in camp, they will be charged the adult fee. A den chief is a scout in a Scouts BSA Troop that helps with the pack. The fee for the den chief is the same as the adult fee because they lead but does not take part in the program. Session supplies are for Cub Scouts only. Please note that a den chief does not qualify as an adult leader to accompany the Cub Scouts to each of their activity area.

If registering as an individual Cub Scout, a parent or legal guardian must accompany their Scout to camp and have completed YPT