Five Rivers Council - Cub Adventure Camp 2024

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Cub Adventure Camp 2024

Event Details

Cub Adventure Camp


During your stay at Camp Gorton, you can participate in fun activities like a nature hike, fishing, open shoot at both ranges, outdoor skills training, swimming and much more:

  • Enjoy fun in the water and on the water with swimming, boats of all sorts, and fishing.
  • Hone your marksmanship skills at our popular shooting sports range.
  • Learn about the wildlife, plants and trees that live at camp; play a fast-paced game of Gaga; and learn outdoor skills in our other program areas.
  • Create a one-of-a-kind craft at our Handicraft area using leather, beads, paint and whatever else you can find!
  • Learn more about science and technology in our ever growing STEM area.

What makes Cub Scout Adventure Camp different from any other Cub Scout camp around? Our campers are immersed in a themed experience during their stay. You’ll live in a tent, participate in age-appropriate programs, earn your whittling chip (Bears) and many other activities in the camp and interact with the costumed staff.


Advancement Opportunities

While at Cub Adventure Camp, you can work on all kinds of Adventure loops and Webelos pins, as well as Cub awards like the Shootong Sports Awards, the World Conservation Award, Nova Awards and parts of the Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award. The only limit is what you choose NOT to do! Our staff will work with your Pack to provide advancement opportunities that meet your needs. Check out our Program Guide for more information on advancment opportunities.

Den Chiefs at Cub Scout Resident Camp
Den Chiefs are encouraged to come to camp to assist the Pack leadership in ensuring a positive experience
throughout the week. Den Chiefs are Scouts BSA Scouts who stay with a Den, but are there to provide support to the Cub Scouts. While Den Chief's are welcome to participate in activiteis with their Den, priority is given to the Cub Scouts if space is limited. The fee for a Den Chief is $145.00.
Den Chiefs are to stay in their own tent or share a tent with another Den Chief. They are able to participate in
all activities in camp throughout their stay. Den Chiefs are not adult leadership and cannot be counted on as an adult leader at any time. We ask they go through Den Chief Training before attending camp with their Cub Pack.


2024 Summer Camp & Payment Schedule
A $100 deposit will hold your Pack's spot at Camp this summer.

The 2024 Cub Scout Adventure Camp Fees are:

$275 Early Bird Fee paid in full by May 27, 2024

$305 Regular Fee paid between May 27 and June 13, 2024

$335 after June 13, 2024

Leader fee- $140

Den Chief- $175

Days only option (same price as attending)

Full days drop off of 7:30 AM in the morning with pick up at 7:30 PM.  They would be getting all meals and all program. Basically the only thing that is different between them and traditional campers is the overnight.  We can also have an early pick up option of 5 PM if families need this, arranged with Camp Clerk.  An adult can attend as well, with leader pricing.

If a leader is not attending the entire week of camp, but sharing leadership on a day-today basis, each will be charged $35.00 per 24-hour period. If a unit has a parent or leader visiting camp for less than 24 hours then meal tickets are available for $6.00 Breakfast, $8.00 Lunch, and $11.00 Dinner.


Provisional Reservations – Scouts Not attending camp with Unit
Scouts who wish to attend camp without their unit are usually paired with another Pack in camp. Scouts who attend camp provisionally should pay their camp fees individually online or through the Service Center using the Provisional Scout Camp Registration Form. Provisional campers pay the same fees under the same timeline as those attending with their Pack. While this is an option, it is discouraged unless a parent is attending as well.

Camperships can be applied for during the registration process. It is strongly recommended that Unit Leaders enable parent portal. When this is done you will have log-in cards to print and give to your parents. They can then log in and access their Scouts registration, fill out forms and make payments. Camperships are due by March 15, 2024.

Required Unit Leadership
Units must maintain the minimum two-deep leadership at all times. Each unit must have a minimum number
of adults in camp at all times, two of whom must be over 21 (others must be 18 years of age or older). If a Cub Pack has female Scouts camping, one of the adults must be female leader camping. All adults must be registered in the Boy Scouts of America and have successfully completed Youth Protection Training for adults before attending summer camp. If there are Scouts in the campsite, there needs to be an adult present in the site as well! Anyone staying overnight in camp must provide a medical form to the Camp Medical Officer.

Payment - Parent Portal
It is strongly recommended to use payment portal. This will print out cards after registration to give to each parent. The cards will have log in credentials for their Scout. They will then be able to go online and make payments for their own Scout. This will help families get the early bird rate.
To set this up, in your registration under Registration Contact there is a drop down box called Additional Actions. Parent Portal is there and directions for use. For Parents to access this look at the footer of
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In an effort to keep camp prices low, we are asking for donations of supplies that will help keep camp clean and safe. For a list of those items and how to donate please click here to download.
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Your Scout's safety and security is our utmost priority, The Five Rivers Council maintains certifications in the following areas:

NCAP accredited program and property 

Youth Protection Trained staff with Criminal Background Checks

Certifications in First Aid, CPR,

NRA certified Shooting Sports instructors

BSA trained Lifeguards

Camp School Trained Administration and staff

Campsite Matrix
(capacity: 2 units, 30 attendees)
3042F BH
2027F SF
(capacity: 2 units, 24 attendees)
(capacity: 2 units, 30 attendees)
(capacity: 2 units, 32 attendees)
(capacity: 2 units, 28 attendees)
45F SF
Don Cobb
(capacity: 2 units, 30 attendees)
86F BH
1026F SF
Iroquois A
(capacity: 2 units, 40 attendees)
17F EM
129F SF
Iroquois B
(capacity: 2 units, 20 attendees)
61F SF
(capacity: 2 units, 30 attendees)
43F BH
42F SF
83F SF
(capacity: 2 units, 26 attendees)
(capacity: 2 units, 40 attendees)
No units or participants registered for campsite
Campsite is reserved but has room for additional unit(s)
Campsite has reached unit or participant limit
When & Where
Camp Gorton
Tuesday 07-09-2024 1:00 PM ET to
Saturday 07-13-2024 7:00 PM ET Past
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