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Age-appropriate camping programs are packed with theme-oriented action that brings Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts into the world of imagination. Day camping comes to boys in their neighborhoods across the council; Resident Camping is at least a three-day experience in which Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts camp within a developed theme of adventure and excitement in a rugged environment; Family Weekend Camping is a themed Cub Scout / parent overnight camping experience. Additionally, many Cub Scout pack members enjoy camping in local council camps and council-approved national, state, county, or city parks (Council approval is required). The Cub Scout camping program combines fun and excitement with doing one's best, getting along with others, and developing an appreciation for ecology and the world of the outdoors.
Cub Family Weekends - This Council sponsored Cub Scout camping experience begins at Blass Scout Reservation, a secluded 2800+ acre scout camp located near Damascus Arkansas. All registered Cub Scouts and families can attend (Scouts must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian). Siblings can attend the Family Camping weekends.
Activities include campfire programs, assorted crafts, games, cracker barrel, field sports, archery, B/B shooting and much more. The weekend includes all food from Saturday night dinner through Sunday breakfast, patch and camping fees .
Cub Resident Camp - This Council sponsored multi-day Cub Scout camping experience begins at the Blass Scout Reservation. All registered Cub Scouts can attend.
Activities include swimming, campfire programs, assorted crafts, games, cracker barrel, field sports, archery, B/B shooting, nature, and much more. The fees include all food from check in through check out, patch and camping fees .
Cub Day Camps - The District sponsored Cub Scout Day Camp Program provides an introduction to Scouting's Outdoor Program. Activities are conducted in an outdoor setting within your district, close to home and during daylight hours. The program provides an opportunity for continuation of the Cub Scout program and advancement throughout the summer. Program activities may include; swimming, crafts, nature study, games, field sports, and shooting sports.
Scouts participating in Day Camp are better prepared and eager to accept the challenge of Resident Camping. Cub Scout Day Camp is not intended as an advancement camp. Instead, through supervised activities, boys develop self-reliance and resourcefulness, learn age appropriate skills, establish new friendships, and, of course, have lots of FUN.
Quapaw Area Council - Boy Scouts Of America
3220 Cantrell Road, Little Rock, AR 72202
(501) 664-4780 -- Fax (501) 664-4785
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