Cub Scout Family Adventure 2022
Cub Family Adventure 2022
Camp Franken-Science Worth Ranch
Scouts will live out the role of a Mad Scientist on this Cub Scout Family weekend camp-out! Engage in shooting sports activities such as BBs and Archery, create custom leatherwork projects, plus get elbow-deep in STEM activities in our mysterious Laboratory of Insanity, muahahaha!
*New this year* Costume Contest! Saturday show off your best costume, judges will be walking around through the day. Catagories are Best overall, Scariest, & Most Creative.
T-shirts will have the Camp Franken-Science Logo: Add a t-shirt during your registration! The t-shirt sale for this event closes October 17th at midnight so register soon! Patch cut off date is 9/26/22.
Medical Forms/Covid-19 Procedures. Please refer to https://www.longhorncouncil.org/coronavirus/ for updates on council policies toward the mitigation of communicable diseases. Don't forget to check your email 2 days before the event for details on how to proceed at check in. All Participants & Staff need to have Medical Form Parts A & B completed and on file with the unit leader at the event.
Volunteers: Would you like to be part of the experience? Scouts BSA & Scouters can Register as “Lab Rats" to help create a memorable experience for our Cub Scout youth and families. The volunteer/staff registration fee includes meals and the option to purchase an event t shirt at a discounted price.
Activities: The activities begin at 10:00 a.m. and close at 4:00 p.m. Your family/pack is free to go to whichever activities they choose - there is no set rotation. Please always observe proper hygiene and social distancing.
Meals: Meals are optional for this event. If you do not Register for the event with the meal plan, please bring your own food and equipment for the weekend.
Meals served at this event with meal package:
Saturday: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Sunday: Continental breakfast
Campfire: There will be a campfire on Saturday night at the council ring. Packs or Dens will be given the chance to perform a skit, song, or story. All performances must be approved by the event director prior to campfire.
Chapel: Remember that a Scout is reverent and respects the rights of others to their religious beliefs. Chapel is a nondenominational socially distanced service at 9:00 a.m. Please contact the event coordinator if you would like to administer a chapel service for the camp.
Departure: Time to head home! Everyone should police each campsite before leaving. Remember that a scout is clean and always leaves a campsite cleaner than when they found it. Trash must be packed out. Camp closes at 10:30am, if you plan to stay longer, please clear this with the staff and the Ranger.
Camping: Camping will be assigned by unit based on registration. If you plan on camping Friday night, it will probably be dark by the time you arrive. Please bring lanterns and flashlights to help you set up camp.
Vehicles: Vehicles will not be allowed to drive to campsites to unload or load gear. They must park in the parking lot, and you must bring a wagon or haul your gear by hand.
NON-BSA PARTICIPANTS: Scouts and Scouters, invite your friends to this event! We want you to share the fun with everyone to get them interested and involved in the Boy Scouts of America! Non-BSA participants get the same experience as their friends, and there is no pressure to join – just to have fun! There is an additional cost to cover the insurance of a non-BSA member.
*Must register before 9/26 to recieve a 2022 event patch.*