See the 2018 Resident Camp Registration Process
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Webelos Exploration Camp is the premier summer camp destination for Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts. Learn important Scouting Skills, with a S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) twist! Campers will learn what it will take to be a great Boy Scout. They'll test their bodies & minds in areas like Backcountry Science, Strength & Speed Building, Building & Engineering, & Fluid Dynamics.
Each evening Scouts will participate in evening program around camp before heading back to their campsite where everyone stays in two-person wall tents. Tents are provided with cots and mattresses, and are on a platform off the ground. If you would prefer to sleep in your own tent, please do! Just make sure that it is labeled with "No Flames in Tent."
WEBELOS EXPLORATION CAMP PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Each Den is encouraged to register one Boy Scout Den Chief for FREE to assist with the Den. Certain programs will be available for Den Chief each week.
This program is designed for Webelos & Arrow of Light Scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades in the fall of 2018.
Register online for Webelos Resident Camps in 2018 until all sessions reach capacity or a week before the session starts. An early discounted price will be available if paid in full by May 1st.
You will be expected to provide names and personal details during this online sign-up process. They will not be required until after May 1st, but you can enter them at any time. You should be prepared to enter the following information when you enter the online camp registration page:
âWebelos will be able to register for the three program tracts that they want to attend each morning at camp.
We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually.
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These fees cover the cost of the camp patch, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, staffing, and more.
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