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Cub Camp-Killeen, Temple, & Surrounding Areas

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Welcome to Cub Scout Day Camp 2024 and our Grand OUTDOOR ADVENTURE! 

At the crack of 9:00 AM, we hear Cub Scout excitement echoing through the summer morning as we gather at Camp Tahauya. Dressed in their Cub Camp t-shirts and armed with curiosity our pint-sized Cub Scout adventurers will embark on a three-day journey filled with outdoor wonders. Obstacle courses, fishing, shooting sports, camp cooking, knot tying and so much more when they join us for ADVENTURE BOUND!

WHO: This outdoor summertime fun experience is for boys and girls ages 6-10 years old or grades 1-5 for the 2023-2024 school year. Youth entering the 1st grade must be accompanied by an adult partner during their participation at Cub Camp.

DATES: May 31, 2024 - June 2, 2024 

TIMES: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Daily

REGISTRATION FEES: $85 per child | After May 5, 2024 prices rise to $100

Payment can be made with a credit card, debit card, or e-check. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Documentation required for all day camp participants:

Cub Scout Campers: BSA Health Forms A+B

Adult Chaperones: BSA Health Forms A+B, YPT certificate

Adult Volunteers: BSA Health Forms A+B, YPT certificate, Youth on Youth Abuse training (offered virtually)

Youth Volunteers: BSA Health Forms A+B

What does my youth get for the registration fee?

Your youth receives the following for attending Cub Camp - one t-shirt (request the size in the registration form), a cooling rag, a Cub Camp patch, and three days of fun-filled outdoor adventure Cub Scout-related activities!

How much and when does registration close?

Registration fees are $85 per youth through May 4. After that, prices increase to $100 per youth and the last day of registration is May 17th.

What does my youth have to bring?

Youth need to have three items for each day. 

  1. Water Bottle
  2. Sun Protection
  3. Packed Lunch

Who is in charge of my youth during Cub Camp?

BSA-trained adult volunteers and youth staff will be leading specific programming activities or managing groups of youth as they enjoy their time at camp. All leaders hold current certification in Youth Protection training through Scouts BSA. We are thankful for our adult and youth staff volunteers!

Can I be an adult volunteer?

Yes! We are accepting applications for a limited number of BSA-certified and YPT-trained adult volunteer leaders to be part of this transformational experience. Your participation in Cub Camp is FREE and your volunteer time can be added to Scoutbook. Adult volunteers must be vetted, agree to a background and character reference check, and attend  Cub Camp orientation training. Adult volunteers can not double as an adult chaperone for a youth unless they are the Den Leader for their Scout's Den. You will receive an adult staff t-shirt to thank you for your hard work and help. Applications for adult staff closes May 1, 2024. Please complete the vetting application here. (linked to https://forms.gle/tgsm8HDfsaW9wj649 ) Questions? Email scouting@nomadabout.com.

Can I be a Youth Volunteer?

Yes! We are accepting applications for a limited number of Scouts BSA Troop Scouts to volunteer to help out at Cub Camp. Your participation in Cub Camp is FREE and your volunteer time can be documented for your Troop. Youth staff must have earned their Scout rank by May 1, 2024, to volunteer. They must agree to attend one training session for Cub Camp. Youth staff will receive a youth staff t-shirt to thank you for your help and hard work. Applications for Youth Staff closes May 1, 2024. Please complete the vetting application here. (linked to https://forms.gle/fRH98HpSCaFt1VFH7)  Questions? Email scouting@nomadabout.com.

Adult Chaperones:

Adult chaperones are welcome to join campers at Cub Camp! Adult chaperones are there to spend time with one Cub Camper. They are not Cub Camp staff and cannot act as an adult staff member in any capacity. Any child age 6 and entering first grade MUST be accompanied by an adult chaperone for all of Cub Camp. Adult Chaperones do not have to be registered Scouts BSA leaders, but must provide Health Forms A+B and be YPT trained to be allowed to attend Cub Camp. This is to ensure that all adults on site understand the protection policies we have in place for our youth. Adult chaperones do not receive a Cub Camp t-shirt.

When & Where
Camp Tahuaya
Friday 05-31-2024 9:00 AM CT to
Sunday 06-02-2024 4:00 PM CT
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