Cub Resident Camp is a short-term camping experience designed to introduce Cubs and their parents to a theme-based, summertime camping experience. It’s 3 days and 2 nights of exciting and adventurous activities that will make lifetime memories. Cub Resident Camp is held at the Tunnel Mill Reservation (TMR) in Charlestown, Indiana and a combined WRC/CRC at Pfeffer Scout Reservation in Benton, Kentucky. All Scouts must have a parent or guardian to attend.
There are a variety of activities planned for you each day at camp. Swimming, BB shooting, fishing, playing sports, and singing will fill the day. Many of these activities will complete advancement requirements and earn belt loops. Nights will be campfires, fun and games, and an outdoor movie. For parents, it’s a great place to spend quality time with your son without the distractions of everyday life and just get away for a couple of days. Resident Camp is pure fun from the time you get up in the morning until the time you crawl into your sleeping bag weary from the day’s adventure.
Tunnel Mill Reservation, Charlestown, IN
|Webelos Resident Camp 1||June 21-24|
|Webelos Resident Camp 2||June 28-July 1|
|Webelos Resident Camp 3||July 5-8|
|Cub Resident Camp 1||July 13-15|
|Cub Resident Camp 2||July 20-22|
Pfeffer Scout Reservation, Benton, KY
Webelos Resident Camp and Cub Resident Camp (Combined WRC/CRC)
W: July 19-22
C: July 20-22
Click Here for 2019 Cub Resident Camp Leaders’ Guide
Attend a Cub Resident Camp!! – Youth Application
Cub Resident Camp – Adult Application
For more information, please contact:
Sarah Flowers, Director of Camping Services, at 502-400-5362 or email@example.com
If you are interested in joining the Cub Resident Camp Staff, please click here to fill out an application online!
(Please note Pfeffer Scout Reservation Resident Camp Staff will also serve as Pfeffer Scout Reservation Summer Camp Staff)
Youth Protection–Please review BSA youth protection guidelines found in the Guide to Safe Scouting. All registered adults must have up-to-date (Expires Every 2 Years) Youth Protection Training. Training can be found online at the council website www.lhcbsa.org). Adult and youth camp staff members will have completed BSA Youth Protection Training. Remember, boys and adults cannot share tents unless they are parent and son. Adult male and female leaders may only share a tent if they are legally married. Leadership Ratios and Requirements: 4 to 1 minimum of 2 leaders.