Lake Erie Council - Webelos Exploration Camp 2018

Webelos Exploration Camp 2018

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Event Details

Webelos Exploration Camp

Camp Wyandot
Firelands Scout Reservation

Session #1: July 15-19
Session #2: July 22-26

See the 2018 Resident Camp Registration Process
See campsite availability below!


Note that due to a change in National policy, any adult staying more than 72-hours (non-consecutive) at camp must be both registered as an Adult Leader in Scouting, AND have completed Youth Protection Training prior to arriving at camp. Webelos Exploration Camp is longer than 72-hours in total.
Safety of our campers is of paramount importance.

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

  • A four-night camping experience
  • Evening programs like campfires, skits, and songs
  • Exciting activities including Climbing & Rappeling, Swimming, Boating, Shooting Air Rifles and Archery, Fishing, Nature Hikes, Games, and Laughter
  • Unique Honor Camper & Recognition Program: The Tribe of A'chawi​

WHAT MAKES WEBELOS EXPLORATION CAMP DIFFERENT?

 Lake Erie Council is doing something unique that you won't find at any other Webelos camp. We provide more than just a Cub Scout Resident experience with a bow on top. A Scout's years of being a Webelos or Arrow of Light Scout are some of the most crucial in their Scouting career. At Firelands, they get something special —  a taste of what they’ll experience as a Boy Scout.

The difference starts with the camp property itself. Webelos have the entire Camp Wyandot to themselves. Camp Wyandot used to host Boy Scout Resident Camp, so it is a full-featured camp that is bigger, better, and has all the program areas that Cubs lust after. Areas like our climbing and rappelling tower, full archery and air rifle ranges, campfire amphitheater and large lake are huge hits. Plus they get an extra day — five days at camp!

Rather than traveling around as a Pack or Den all day, Webelos get to choose their morning program as an individual. They dive deep into one of the program areas each morning that they’re most interested in like Aquatics, STEM, Shooting Sports, Outdoor Skills, and more. This gives them some autonomy, and shows trust that they can take care of themselves as their growing up.

In the afternoon, they go through our Scout Skills Triads as a Pack before free time. These are focused lessons and activities about what Boy Scouts need to know right away. We introduce these programs so that each Scout feels comfortable about the transition, and have a leg up on skills like first aid, citizenship, and leadership.

Finally, some activities aren’t appropriate for Cub Scouts, but Webelos are finally able to do! They can rappel off the climbing tower, shoot air rifles rather than BB guns, and jump on the giant Blob launcher in aquatics! Webelos truly get more out of Exploration Camp!

Den Chiefs
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.

Adult Leaders

  • We love for adults to experience camp! Your Pack can earn FREE leaders for bringing Webelos to camp!
  • Adults participate alongside their Scout, learning about camping and the outdoors the Scouting way!

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:

  • Name
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Scout Rank
  • Dietary Restrictions / Medical Concerns
  • Youth Protection Training date (required of all adults attending camp)

​Webelos will be able to register for the three program tracts that they want to attend each morning at camp.

  • Morning Program registration will open on May 1st.
  • Stay tuned for more information!

We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually.


Camp Fees:

Webelos

  • Early Bird Price: $225/scout
    • Must be paid in full by May 1st
  • Regular Price: $250/scout

Den Chiefs

  • Each Pack may register one (1) Den Chief for free!

Adults

  • Regular Price: $100/adult

Free Adults

Number of Scouts Number of Free Adults
1-4 1
5-9 2
10-19 3
20-29 4
30-39 5

These fees cover the cost of the camp patch, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, staffing, and more.


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Arapajo
(capacity: 1 unit, 29 attendees)
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3208 CSA1
3332 CSA2
3334 CSA2
16
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15
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3303 CSA2
13
Broken Branch
(capacity: 1 unit, 31 attendees)
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3215 CSA1
3286 CSA5
2
5
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Delaware
(capacity: 1 unit, 29 attendees)
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3204 CSA1
15
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3129 CSA1
3140 CSA3
4090 GTC
4
2
12
Ft. McHenry
(capacity: 1 unit, 39 attendees)
Session #1
3133 CSA1
31
Session #2
3440 CSA1
16
Huron
(capacity: 1 unit, 20 attendees)
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3111 CSA3
424 CSA5
150 CSA6
400 BC
3
2
4
2
Session #2
3118 CSA3
28 CSA4
2
9
Ironwood
(capacity: 1 unit, 29 attendees)
Session #1
3054 CSA1
3110 CSA1
13
16
Session #2
3092 CSA7
4062 GTC
2
19
Iroquois
(capacity: 1 unit, 19 attendees)
Session #1
191 CSA2
630 CSA3
17
5
Session #2
3409 CSA1
945 CSA6
9
7
Kickapoo
(capacity: 1 unit, 39 attendees)
Session #1
3435 CSA1
42
Session #2
3460 CSA1
3091 CSA7
3197 CSA7
14
4
6
Tecumseh Hardwoods
(capacity: 1 unit, 29 attendees)
Session #1
153 CSA3
3093 CSA7
13
10
Session #2
263 CSA4
555 CSA5
3
6
Tecumseh Pines
(capacity: 1 unit, 29 attendees)
Session #1
102 CSA3
3007 CSA1
12
12
Session #2
3100 CSA3
143 CSA5
11
4
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Jarrod Blundy
Camp Director
jarrod.blundy@scouting.org
216.458.8930
Lake Erie Council Service Center
2241 Woodland Ave
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Phone: (216) 861-6060
When & Where
Multiple sessions to choose from

Session #1
Sunday 07-15-2018 2:00 PM to
Thursday 07-19-2018 12:00 PM Past
Firelands Scout Reservation (Camp Wyandot)
Map this session
Coords: 41.276818, -82.332967
52420 Bates Rd
Wakeman, Ohio 44889
Phone: 440.965.5703

Session #2
Sunday 07-22-2018 2:00 PM to
Thursday 07-26-2018 12:00 PM Past
Firelands Scout Reservation (Camp Wyandot)
Map this session
Coords: 41.276818, -82.332967
52420 Bates Rd
Wakeman, Ohio 44889
Phone: 440.965.5703

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