South Daycamp - at ONeil Park - 2022
Cub Scout Daycamp
Non scouts can now join registered Cub Scouts as Campers! If you have wondered about the neat things that scouts get to do, now you can attend Cub Scout Daycamp and see for yourself.
The South Daycamp is located at O'Neill Regional Park and will run from June 6 - 10, 2022. Camp has two sessions that run 8:00 am to 1:30 pm or 2:30 pm to8:00 pm. Registration is open until May 22, 2022. Visit the Camp Website
Day Camp is staffed entirely by parents and volunteers. We need you to be a part of the FUN! Adult volunteers guide campers through the day and assist at activity stations. Adults need to register for three or more days. If you can not register for three days please contact the camp director to discuss options. The camp staff will provide training before camp so you know what you need to do at camp. Adult volunteers that work at least three days get a free T shirt. Adults are always welcome to join the Day Camp Staff, contact the Camp Director for more information. Day Camp is a wonderful time filled with fun, games, laughter, and adventure. Help the Day Camp put on the best time of our Scout's summers by volunteering. The two oppertunities for adult volunteer training are May 25 and 28 at Oso Lake. YPT and AB506 training is required, find out more here.
Day Camp is organized around dens. Each den stays together during camp. The den is made up of campers of similar age and rank, adults, and youth volunteers. Equipment and supplies are cleaned between dens.
Tot Lot Kids are potty trained 3-years-old through Kindergarten age and must have a parent volunteering at camp in order to attend.
Youth Volunteers are Scouts BSA aged boys and girls who help run the camp. Youth volunteers get a free T shirt. Youth Volunteers must attend one of the madatory training sessions. The two oppertunities for mandatory youth volunteer training are May 25 and 28 at Oso Lake.