Discovery Day Camp 2022
Ta-Ki-Ma Cub Scout Day Camp - Pacifica location
(Ta-Ki-Ma means Circle of Friendship)
Get your Cub Scout outside with time-honored Scout experiences like Archery, Crafts, Sports, Science, Games, and much more! Join the Knights of the Scouttable at this FIVE-day program of activities which provides fun and new experiences for the Cub Scouts. The daily program is centered on Cub Scout Adventures and Electives as they relate to the outdoors. Included in the cost of day camp is all necessary supplies for crafts and activities! All Scouts will receive a FREE camp T-shirt and hat upon arrival at camp. As well as a FREE custom patch upon completion of Camp.
This year's theme is: Knights of the Scout-table (Medieval Theme)
Activities: Age-appropriate activities for both Cub Scouts and Webelos including archery, crafts, games, and more. Activities vary by location. So be sure to attend more than one.
Early bird Registration: $225 (before March 31st)
Registration: $250 (by May 31st)
Late Registration: $300 (after May 31st)
Sign up for multiple camps!
• San Perdro Valley Park (S. Walnut Picnic Area), Pacifica
Mon-Fri, June 20-24
• Stevens Creek Park, Cupertino
Mon-Fri, June 27-July 1
• Coyote Point, San Mateo
Mon-Fri, July 18-22
Check-in: Please check-in 20-30 min. before start time.
Must be a registered Cub Scout: Want to join Cub Scouts so you can attend our day camps? Call us at (650) 341.5633 or go to BeAScout.org
Required Forms: Please download and complete this Health Form parts A and B and mail them in, or email to:
• For Pacifica Andrew Wilmes at email@example.com.
• For Stevens Creek, Steve Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
• For Coyote Point, Tom Kenney at email@example.com.
Questions? Please email Andrew Wilmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Commitment to Safety – COVID-19 Preparations for Outdoor Programs
In surveys the BSA sent out to more than 14,500 unit leaders, two-thirds of those polled indicated they were feeling positive about restarting Scouting. Some respondents were not meeting, and one of the big reasons was virtual fatigue. We get it. We’re ready to get back to seeing each other in-person again — serving the community, going on fun outings and having outdoor adventures. But these activities must be done safely.
The Pacific Skyline Council will be following all local, state, and federal regulations for managing the spread of COVID-19 during our 2021 outdoor programs. These regulations change from time to time and it is anticipated that regulations in effect in 2021 will change to some degree by the summer of 2022. In light of this, we are planning protocols that we anticipate will be required and erring on the side of stricter protocols. We are using the American Camp Association’s field guide developed in cooperation with the CDC, as well as the most up to date guidance from the Boy Scouts of America and the health departments of the counties we operate in.
We are planning for possible protocols that include,
- Pre-program medical screenings
- Program check-in medical screenings
- Physical distancing
- Face coverings
- Cleaning and sanitation of facilities and equipment
- Special protocols for food service operations
- Includes outdoor dining only
- Minimizing shared restrooms
Specific protocols for your event will be determined based on current regulations and guidance. Prior to attending a program, participants and their families will receive information specific to that program. Attendees will also be briefed upon arrival at any program.