2017 Cub Scout Day Camp - Cub Scout Investigators
Cub Scouts can participate in many types of activities including, archery, BB-guns, sling shots, field sports, nature, arts and crafts, Scout skills, and a variety of other events. All areas (especially range activities) place a special emphasis on safety procedures. It’s a fun-filled week of challenging Cub Scout activities, exciting adventures and new friendships. is open to all Cub Scouts who will be in first fifth grades as of September 2016.
FIVE action packed days filled with fun, learning, adventure, and more!
Each camp is under the direction of a Camp Director and Program Director trained at the Boy Scouts of America National Camping School. All ranges are under the supervision of staff with hours of training and experience in their field. Safety is the number one priority at day camp followed by fun and adventure.
Scouts primarily sign up and attend day camp with their Pack. Camp is a lot more fun when your den attends together. However if your Pack is not attending Day Camp there is no reason why you should miss out on the adventure. A Scout and their adult partner can attend day camp and be matched with a den of Scouts the same age OR if your entire den wants to attend that would be even better! We don't want anyone to miss out on this awesome summer experience. Please contact your Day Camp Director for information on how to attend without your Pack.
2017 Registration Fees
Early Bird Registration - until April 24, 2017 - $70 per Scout, Tagalong $14 per day
Day Camp Registrationuntil May 22, 2017 - $85 per Scout, Tagalong $17 per day
Late Day Camp Registration - after May 22, 2017 - $95 per Scout, Tagalong $19 per day
An adult that volunteers a full five day period as a day camp staff member will be allowed to have one Scout from their immediate family attend with no fee. Day Camp staff does not include den walker positions. Full payment should be made in advance of camp. Upon the completion of camp and with approval of the Day Camp Director, fee's will be refunded to staff members who complete a full five days as staff. Contact your Day Camp Director for prior-approval.
Some camps allow Tigers to attend camp only for one or a few days. The registration fee is reflected on the appropriate day camp page. Please refer to the day camp flyer for information about each day camp.
Cub Scout Day Camp T-Shirts
Each Cub Scout will receive a Day Camp T-Shirt and patch as part of the event registration fee. During the registration process please indicate the t-shirt size needed.
Adult staff can purchase a t-shirt for $10.00.
Tag-a-longs can purchase a t-shirt for $10.00. A tag-a-long that attends for a full five day period will receive a t-shirt at no additional cost.
Registration Instructions & Forms
Download a Health and Medical Record form for each Scout, Adult and Tag-A-Long. Complete the forms. Forms must be completed every 12 months.
Turn your medical form and payment in to your Pack coordinator by the deadline set by your Pack.
Your Pack Coordinator will compile all online registrations from the Pack and send to the Council Service Center. It is the responsibility of the Pack Coordinator to register participants by the various registration deadlines.
Youth Participant Registration Form (PDF)
Tag-A-Long Registration Form (PDF)
Campership Application - Financial Assistance Request, Due May 1.
Health Form - All Campers, adults and tag-alongs must have a completed form (Parts A and B)
Pack Coordinator Instructions:
Please compile the registration forms, medical forms and payments from your Pack. Be sure to give yourself adequate time between collecting the forms from your Pack and the registration deadlines. It is important to follow-up with your families attending and ensure that a medical form has been completed before camp begins.
All registrations are done through the online registration process, paper forms are not accepted at the Council Service Center or through the Day Camp staff.
Please keep an eye on the registration deadlines. Forms must be turned in by the deadline in order to qualify for the different camp rates.
Pack Coordinators only Pack Coordinator Registration Instruction: When you have collected the Youth, Adult and tag-a-long applications from your Scouts please click on the link below to the day camp that you will be attending. The Pack Coordinator may click on the Register Now button to register the contingent from the Pack. Only one person from each Pack, the Pack Coordinator, should register the unit online. Detailed instructions can be found on the registration page for the Pack Coordinator.
Unit registration is to be completed by the contingent point of contact. Only one registration can be made for each unit. You are able to add additional registrations however you may not delete or transfer registrants. Please refer to the refund policy below.
NOTE: Registration is by name of participant, not number of participants. Before you register you must have a list of individuals attending and the shirt size for that individual.
Please complete all fields as prompted. Do not leave any blank.
Pack Coordinator Registration Instruction
How to sign up your Pack for Day Camp
(1) Unit registration - complete the unit information to include the point of contact and all of that individual's information
Enter Contact Information for this Contingent
This person will be a communications contact for this contingent. The council may communicate with this person about the event and the registration process. This person will also have the ability to manage this registration on the unit's Home Page. Note: If you are attending the event, you must be added as a participant and pay the appropriate fee.
Select the registration type appropriate for the person. Cub Scout registrations are listed by rank. A separate registration is available for adults and tag-a-longs.
Check out and pay for your registration.
How to add additional registrants to your Pack?
Only the contingent point of contact that made the original reservation initially can add additional participants. The Council Service Center can add additional contingent leaders. E-Mail camping@MiamiValleyBSA.org to request an additional contact to be given access. This contact must have a MyCouncil account. Please provide us with their full name, e-mail address and phone number when requesting access privileges.
Steps to Add additional Registrants
please note that while this video demonstrates with summer camp at woodland trails the same steps apply to adding youth and adults to day camp.
Should you have any questions regarding registering for day camp please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refund Policies and Procedures
Once registration fees have been paid, an individual could become ill, injured, or otherwise unable to attend camp. During the preparation for summer camp, the council will have already incurred expenses related to food and program supplies, therefore not all fees may be refunded. Deposits are not refundable.
Paid fees are refundable only if a unit or camper cannot be placed in the requested campsite or dates chosen. A 50% refund of fees paid may be issued in the case of accident, illness, or other extreme extenuating circumstances, if requested in writing at least two weeks prior to the event. Conflicts such as sports or band activities are not qualifying circumstances for a refund, however full fees paid may be transferred to another session of camp. No refunds will be made available for requests made within two weeks of the event and following.
Refund requests MUST be in writing, include proof and reason for refund (i.e. a letter from a school official or doctor) and be received at the Miami Valley Council offices by the required date. All camp refund requests must be written directly to the scout executive – no refunds or requests may be made at camp. All refund requests will be reviewed by the scout executive and processed through the accounting department at the close of camping season. All refunds will be made payable to the unit attending camp, not individual campers.
Every Scout deserves a week at summer camp. Financial assistance is available from the Council by sending in a campership application with a $20 non-refundable deposit. If a partial campership is approved, notification will be made as soon as possible. Full payment is due by two weeks prior to the start of the camp week.
Applications for Camperships should be submitted with the deposit by May 1.
Day Camp Dates
(Click on District Name to be redirected to the online registration page)
JUNE 19 - 23, 2017
STILLWATER PRAIRIE RESERVE, COVINGTON
JUNE 12 - 16, 2017
INDIAN RIFFLE PARK, KETTERING
JUNE 12 - 16, 2017
DARKE COUNTY FISH AND GAME, NEW PARIS
JUNE 19 - 23, 2017
CRICKET HOLLER SCOUT CAMP