2 Dear Cub Scout Leader or Parent: Our Camping Committee welcomes you to this Michigan Crossroads Council Camp! We are proud of the Boy Scouts of America s history and pledge our support to you in helping develop Scouts into responsible young men. We thank you for making a significant personal commitment of your time and talent to serve these youth and help instill the values of Scouting through outdoor program. Our staff is committed to making your summer camp experience the highlight of your Cub Scouting year. The outdoor setting offers your Scouts the opportunity for outstanding adventures, including swimming, fishing, hiking, nature study, and more. We continually enhance our program to provide the best well-rounded camping experience for your unit and your Cub Scout. Each Michigan Crossroads Council camp provides a distinct characteristic to enhance your outdoor program opportunities. This guide is constantly being updated to provide you with latest information on our facilities, programs and tools to help you plan your troop program for the week. For the latest information and changes, please visit our website at Being prepared before arrival at camp can make the difference between a good experience and a great one. Our staff is trained to support you in meeting your objectives. Their goal is to make this time at camp the best camping experience your unit and your Cub Scout can have. We are excited that you selected one of our Michigan Crossroads Council camps for your 2016 summer camp experience. Please make our camps your year round destination for outstanding outdoor program. Let us know what we can do to serve you better. We hope when you leave us you can say, It was all that I hoped for and more! Yours in Adventure, Ian Boden Cassie LeBeau Cub Scout Program Director Cub Scout Camp Director
3 Contents Section I: Planning Your Summer Camp Adventure Directions to Camp Registering for Camp What to Bring to Camp Your Campsite and Amenities Section II: Arriving and Departing From Camp Arriving at Camp Transportation to and From Camp Arrival Time Check-in Procedures Fee Payment at Camp Check-out Procedures Section III: Health and Safety Health of Campers Health Officer Health Forms Medical Screening Medication in Camp First Aid Policies Major Medical Issues Emergency Care Drinking Water & Hydration Youth Protection in Camp Barriers to Abuse Special Needs Scouts Visitor Policy Valuables in Camp Camper Security Campers Leaving Camp Michigan DHS Clearance Section IV: Camp Rules and Regulations
4 Emergency Procedures Weather Related Emergencies Camp Vehicle Policy Fireworks Personal Firearms Alcohol and Drugs Tobacco Use Policy Uniform in Camp Section V: Camp Services Camp Rangers Garbage Trading Post Phones in Camp Wi-Fi Business Manager Food Service Menu Dietary Requests Section VI: Camp Program Cub Scout Camp (3-day) Schedule Webelos Camp (4-day) Schedule Program Areas Horse Program Shooting Sports Program Climbing Program Fishing Program Nature Program Handicraft
6 Section I: Planning Your Summer Camp Adventure Directions to Camp From the West & North 1. Follow I-69 East and exit on Exit 155 M24 South 2. Turn right and head South for 2.7miles 3. At this point, Make a U turn marked Hunters Creek Rd and go 1 mile 4. Turn right on Metamora Rd and go 1 mile 5. Turn left on Sutton Rd and go 1 mile, the Ranch will be on your right From the South 1. Follow I-75 North and exit on Exit 81 M-24N/Lapeer Rd 2. Follow M-24 North for 19 miles 3. Turn Right on Sutton Rd and head East for 4 miles 4. The Ranch will be on your right From the East 1. Follow I-69 West and exit on Exit 155 M24 South 2. Turn right and head South for 2.7miles 3. At this point, Make a U turn marked Hunters Creek Rd and go 1 mile 4. Turn right on Metamora Rd and go 1 mile 5. Turn left on Sutton Rd and go approximately 3 miles, the Ranch will be on your right
7 What to Bring to Camp Each Scout and Adult should bring the following items. All Paperwork for each participant o Signed BSA Health and Medical Record parts A & B o Adults only Verification of current BSA Membership Verification of current Youth Protection Training Central Registry Clearance Letter from the Michigan Department of Human Services (adults over 21 years of age only) Necessary Medications in their original container Jacket, Rain Coat or Poncho Sweatshirt Uniform Blanket/Sleeping Bag and Pillow Personal Toiletries o Bath Towel, Washcloth o Soap and Shampoo o Toothbrush and Toothpaste o Comb/Brush Socks Underwear Bag for Dirty Clothes (laundry facilities are not available at camp) Shorts Short Sleeve Shirts Long Pants Swimsuit and Beach Towel Insect Repellent Sun Screen Flashlight and batteries Comfortable Closed-toe shoes Money for the Trading Post (the average Cub Scout spends $50 in the Trading Post) Water Bottle OPTIONAL ITEMS Fishing Pole and Supplies (D-bar-A does have fishing poles available for all Scouts) Water Shoes Lawn Chair Camera Day Pack
8 Your Campsite and Amenities All Cub Scouts/Webelos and their parents or leaders will be camping in Cub Scout Tent Villages located throughout the Trout Lake sub camp. Each tent has two cots in it. In each village there is a fire pit and a pit latrine. Porta-potties are located throughout the camp. Showers are available via a short hike to the Trout Lake Shower House and M&M Cabin. Section II: Arriving and Departing From Camp Arriving at Camp All adult leaders, parents and campers camping at the Ranch must be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America, registered for the current camping session and provide a BSA Health & Medical Record parts A & B. All adults need to have current certification in BSA Youth Protection. Additionally, adults over the age of 21 must present a satisfactory Central Registry Clearance letter from the Michigan Department of Human Services. Transportation to and From Camp Transporting the Scouts, unit equipment and personal gear is the shared responsibility of the unit and the parents. Parking at camp is limited, therefore carpooling is highly encouraged. All vehicles will be parked in the camp parking lot near the dining hall. Vehicles are not permitted past the camp parking lot except for unloading and loading. Arrival Time Check in for camping sessions begins on your arrival day at 2pm. You may arrive any time between 2pm and 5:15pm, though we recommend arriving early. Please do not arrive prior to 2pm. Our staff will be spending the morning preparing for your arrival and will not be ready to greet you. Lunch should be eaten en route to the Ranch as it will not be available upon arrival. Check-in Procedures 1. After arriving, please proceed to the camp parking lot near Wyckoff Lodge (the Dining Hall) and park all of your cars together. 2. There will be a check-in station located in the parking lot. a. Bring with you required paperwork including i. BSA Health & Medical Record parts A&B for all youth and adults ii. Verification of BSA Membership for each Adult iii. Verification of current BSA Youth Protection Training for each Adult iv. Satisfactory Central Registry Clearance letter from the MI Department of Human Services for each adult over the age of Our staff will work with you to coordinate the rest of the check-in. Scouts and Adult leaders will head to Medical Screening first. 4. You will then be shown to your tents and given a tour of the camp.
9 Fee Payment at Camp Any fees or refunds applying to your unit or individual Scout/Parent can be cleared up with the Business Manager when you check out of camp at the end of your session. Check-out Procedures 1. At the end of the program, the leader or parent should proceed to Wyckoff Lodge check-out, turn in the weekly evaluation, receive the camp patch and pick up buddy tags. 2. After the check-out is complete, our staff will dismiss you from camp. Section III: Health and Safety Health of Campers Each Scout and adult leader participant at D-bar-A should be aware of the vigorous nature of living at camp. Strenuous activity may include one or more of the following: high heat and humidity, high pollen count, a lot of walking, fatigue and physical competition, exposure to bees and insects, poisonous plants, occasional encounters with wildlife etc. While camp life is not exactly roughing it, exposure to these elements requires relatively good health. Health Officer A full time health officer is on duty during camp to provide medical services for incidents beyond the ability of the unit or parents. Remember, leaders and parents are expected to render first aid for minor cases. The health officer will serve as the first line of care for any first aid beyond the level of the leader or parent. They will lead Medical Screenings, take care of sick and injured Scouts and leaders. Each Pack or family should bring basic first aid supplies. Health Forms All participants (including Adults) who attend Cub Scout or Webelos camp at D-bar-A MUST bring parts A and B of the Annual Health and Medical Record. Medical Screening Upon arrival, every participant (youth and adult) will have a health screening by the health officer. Additionally, each Scout should have their Health and Medical Record and any medication in hand. Medication in Camp All prescription drugs taken regularly by Scouts and adult leaders should be communicated to the Health Officer during Medical Screening on Sunday. All participants taking medication need to have the medication section of the BSA Health & Medical Record - Part B, completed and signed by a parent (if under 18) and physician. All medication at camp should be in the original bottle that includes the individual s name, Pack number and prescription information. Please only send enough medication for the time at summer camp. Over the counter drugs can be administered in campsites only by a designated Unit Leader or parent and only if parental permission is given prior to coming to camp.
10 All drugs administered to campers need to be logged on a Routine Drug Administration Form, which will be provided. All medication in camp MUST be kept in a lockable box. If you do not have one, we can provide you with a box and a lock for the week. The only exception to this would be Albuteral rescue inhalers, Epi-Pens or other emergency use medications. First Aid Policies All major healthcare problems and first aid will be handled by the Health Officer, who is available 24 hours a day. Leaders or parents should take care of minor first aid issues. Any first aid issues that occur in D-bar-A Program Areas are documented by the area director and the Health Officer is informed. Major Medical Issues In the event of unconscious persons, suspected head, neck, and back injuries, broken bones and etc., the victim should not be moved unless in a life threatening position (e.g. underwater). Contact the Health Officer or Camp Administration immediately. Emergency Care D-bar-A has written agreements with local hospitals and EMS. In the event that a Scout needs emergency care, the leader and parents of the Scout will be notified. Depending on the nature of the emergency, the Scout s adult leaders or EMS will transport the Scout to the hospital. Below are the addresses and names of the hospitals that D-bar-A uses. Lapeer Family And Urgent Care 1794 N Lapeer Rd Suite A Lapeer, MI (810) Lapeer Regional Medical Center 1375 N. Main St. Lapeer, Michigan Lapeer EMS 3565 Genesee Rd Lapeer, MI (810) Drinking Water & Hydration Due to the amount of physical exertion and heat/humidity at summer camp it is crucial that all Scouts and Leaders are drinking adequate water during the day. We recommend that each Scout drink at least 64oz of water each day. Each program area has a water source where Scouts can fill their water bottles. Remember to Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate! Scouts need to carry a personal water bottle. Bottles are available in the camp trading post.
11 Special Needs Scouts Youth with special needs need to be brought to the attention of the Camp Director and Program Director at least two weeks prior to coming to camp. We will work with Scouts with special needs. Each program area will have a plan to accommodate Scouts with special needs. Visitor Policy Visitor hours are from 9am-8pm. All visitors must sign in at the Camp Office immediately upon arrival at camp and receive a wristband. Visitor meals are not part of your camp fee and can be purchased at the Trading Post. Visitors must leave and sign out prior to 8pm or will be charged the adult leader daily fee and must have all appropriate paperwork. Camper Security Camper security is of the utmost concern at D-bar-A. We are charged as a camp to keep campers safe and secure. All participants that have paid for camp will be given a wristband. (Broken or lost wristbands can be replaced at the camp office.) Staff and volunteers will be signified by a picture ID. Any persons who are not identified by a wristband or picture ID need to be brought to the attention of the Camp Director. Campers Leaving Camp The early departure of any camper must be coordinated by the Leader or Parent. In order for the camper to be released they must be signed out in the camp office by their parent/guardian or a person specified on Part B of their Annual Health and Medical Record. This person will need to show picture ID in order to remove that Scout from camp. The Camp Director or his designee reserve the right to deny campers leaving camp if the proper documentation is missing. Section IV: Camp Rules and Regulations Emergency Procedures We are currently revising emergency procedures for the Ranch in order to improve safety and efficiency. We plan to add procedures to this guide prior to the start of camp. We will also review procedures on check-in day to ensure that everyone is aware of what to do. Weather Related Emergencies The most common weather related emergency on camp is lightning. When lightning or thunder are detected, certain activities will stop, however alternate program will still continue in those program areas (such as swimming, climbing, shooting). In the event that the lightning storm becomes too intense Scouts will be instructed to take adequate shelter. During the Leader's and Parent s meeting, we will discuss the various areas on camp to take shelter. If a tornado warning is issued the camp siren will sound and Scouts will be instructed to take adequate shelter. Metamora Township has installed a tornado warning siren on the property and it will sound anytime the national weather service issues a tornado warning for Metamora. During the Leader s and Parent s meeting we will discuss various tornado shelter options.
12 Camp Vehicle Policy A leading cause of accidents in Scouting are motor vehicle related. There are no cars allowed beyond the camp parking lot outside of check-in and check-out days. Camp service vehicles are the only vehicles permitted beyond the parking lot. The Camp Director reserves the right to make exceptions to this policy for delivery trucks, construction, emergency or medical reasons. Uniform in Camp One of the methods of Scouting is Uniform. It is one of the most visible things that sets Scouts apart from others. We encourage all campers to wear the uniform completely and properly. We encourage all to wear the uniform at Closing Flags and all Dinners. Section V: Camp Services Camp Rangers The Rangers take care of all logistics and maintenance on camp. You will see them throughout the week moving and repairing equipment, mowing grass and maintaining the facility. The Ranger Station is located off the Sutton Road entrance to camp. Any maintenance issues should be communicated to the Rangers by contacting the camp office. Garbage Each evening at 7pm, garbage is picked up from the designated garbage pickup areas. Please have your trash in those areas before 7pm to ensure pickup. Designated areas are by the road at the entrance to your tent village. Trading Post The Trout Lake Trading Post is a one stop shop for all your camp business and equipment needs. We carry a vast selection of D-bar-A souvenirs, camping gear, cold soda, candy, ice cream, refreshments, mess kits, nutritional snacks and lots of other items. Regular hours will be posted. Phones in Camp Every leader or parent will need to register a cell phone number upon arrival. This phone will be one of our ways of contacting leaders throughout the week. Keep in mind that Scouts calling home could compound homesickness issues. Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is available at the Martin Administration Building. Visit the office for more information. Bandwidth is limited. Food Service D-bar-A currently offers Cub Scout and Webelos camp participants dining in Wyckoff Lodge. Meals are served cafeteria style. Meal times will be posted and discussed at the opening Leaders and Parents meeting.
13 Menu The camp menu is designed and approved by a licensed dietician to meet the dietary requirements of an active Scout and Leader. We will be releasing the menu in early May for parents and leaders to review.. Dietary Requests The food service staff is committed to accommodating campers with special dietary needs. We have included a form for you to request special dietary needs for anyone in your unit in the Appendix. Please complete this form and submit at least one week prior to arrival for each individual with a special dietary need. Section VI: Camp Program Camp is program! The following pages, contain relevant information on each program area on camp as well as a schedule for both Cub Scout Camp (3-day) and Webelos Camp (4-day). If you have any questions or need clarification, please contact us. Detailed information follows on the following pages. Schedules are subject to change in order to provide the best possible experience to your scouts. Program Areas Horse Program Your Scout will have the unique opportunity to learn about the livestock at D-bar-A. With approximately 3 dozen horses, accompanied by some long-horn cows and burros, D-bar-A is a working Ranch! Cub Scouts will be treated to a Corral Ride with their adult partner leading the horse around the corral while the Scout rides. Webelos will get a pasture ride! Riding through Ranch Hand Alley, Webelos (minimum age of 10) will have the opportunity to learn the basics of controlling their horse! Shooting Sports Program BB Guns and Archery! Your scout will learn how to properly load, aim and fire from our expert staff. Each scout can track their progress with their personal score sheet. New in 2016 A ROCK THROWING RANGE! Have some fun and make some noise! Climbing Program Our Cub Climbing Area features a Bouldering Wall and a Slack Line! Scouts will learn and get to practice traversing their way across both of these elevated activities. It no doubt will prepare them for vertical rock climbing when they are Boy Scouts. Fishing Program What Scout doesn t like to fish?! Learn to bait a hook, cast a line, education information about the different species as well as other wildlife in our fully stocked Trout Lake. Nature Program Scouts will have the opportunity to learn all about local plants and wildlife including the dangerous ones all while going on a nature hike! Scouts will be looking for items using photographs taken on the trail previously.
14 They will stop and listen for a minute. Then tell what they saw, heard, smelled and felt. Held at our phenomenal Trout Lake Nature center that includes two pavilions with educational displays and ½ mile boardwalk! Handicraft To be held at the Trout Lake Pavilion, each Scout will have the opportunity to make something useful and attractive to take home with them. STEM Area In this new area, Scouts will learn about Fingerprints and get the chance to play engineer! Other Program Free Agent Time This is time for our Cub Scout Investigators to spend time doing whatever they want at camp, from going swimming to the sports fields, most program areas are open during this time. Flags We holds 2 flag ceremonies a day, before Breakfast and before Dinner. This is when we remember our duty we have to our country and to show our patriotism. We will also convey messages about any changes of program at this time. Meal Entertainment Meals are about more than eating, there are a chance to get clues and sing songs! Campfire Program (Firebowl) On our first and last evening at camp we will have a Campfire Program where Scouts will be lead in songs and laugh at skits put on by our staff. Star Party Is there a clue in the constellations? Come to our star party and look at planets, the moon, and learn about constellations. Half Patch Ceremony Webelos 2 s will have the chance to experience a special ceremony that is just for them, they will receive half of a patch at its conclusion, to receive the other half they must attend Boy Scout Summer Camp at a Michigan Camp next year. Webelos 2 Party Chance for Webelos 2s to have a last hurrah at Cub Scout Camp before we send them on to the wonderful world of Boy Scouting. Games, snacks, music and more! D- Bar- A Academy A Program for Adults who wish to earn a tongue in cheek Degree in Scouting. Chapel Reverence is the 12th point of the Scout Law so we take time to reflect on what reverence means to us at our Chapel interfaith service.
15 Reptile and Amphibian Hunt Scouts are part of nature and learn by experience. The reptile and amphibian hunt is a chance for Scouts to use their tracking skills to catch animals and present them to the Nature staff for points. Advancement The primary purpose of Cub Scout and Webelos Resident Camp at D-bar-A is fun! However, Scouts will likely complete some advancement requirements while participating in the program. It is up to the adult leaders or parents to track what a Scout completes at Camp. Below is a list of requirements Scouts may complete at D-bar- A Scout Ranch. Nova All of the Nova Wild award 1, Read an article and/ or watch episodes totaling 1 hour about wildlife 2, Earn Following adventures Spirit of the Water or Bear Goes Fishing or Into the Wild 3, Explore What is Wildlife? Explain Food Chains Draw a Picture of favorite plant and why do you like them and how do they fit into the ecosystem? 4, Act like a naturalist (do 2) C, Visit an Ecosystem investigate the types of animals that live there Draw a Food Web Explain how plants and animals fit into the food web E, Make a Birdfeeder and put it in a place where you can observe it Fill the Bird Feeder with birdseed Provide a source of water Watch the dir visitors for 2 weeks and identify them F, Earn the cub Scout Outdoor Ethics awareness Award A, Make a Photo Collection of 5 endangered animals and plants Design a poster to show 10 threatened species in our state Discuss the difference between THreatened, Endangered, and Extinct 5, Visit the Woods and talk to the Ranger about the schooling to be a ranger and talk about what you learned visiting the woods and Ranger 6, Why is wildlife important? Why is Biodiversity important? What is the Problem with invasive species and habitat destruction?
16 Wolf Tigers Backyard Jungle 2, Identify 2 birds 3, Plant a Plant 5, Pick out two sounds you hear in nature Games Tigers Play 1, Plat a team building game. Discuss what you learned My Family Duty to God 4, Go to Chapel Team Tiger 1, Ask Scout what teams he is part of Tiger Bites 2, Difference between a Fruit and Vegetable Tigers in the Wild 2, Go for a hike 3, Discuss and apply leave no trace principles and outdoor code 4, Identify 3 plants and 3 animals or signs that an animal has been here 6, Identify 2 trees and plants 7, Be at camp Earn your Stripes 4, Play politely and talk about it Floats and Boats 1, Identify 5 types of boats 3, Scout Water Safety Chant 4, Buddy Check 5, Fasten Life Jacket 6, Show hot to help someone in the water 7, Enter the water safely, glide, and blow air out under water Sky is the Limit 1, Observe the night sky 2, Use binoculars or a telescope 3, Look at a constellation 4, Make own constellation (Black paper and white crayons) 6, Jobs in Astronomy 7, BSA Astronauts 8, Visit observatory Tiger-iffic Play a game Call of the Wild
17 1, Be at Camp 7, Recite outdoor code, and discuss leave no trace Duty to God Footsteps 1a, Go to Chapel 2c, Sing Reverent Song 2d, Say Grace Paws on the Path 2, Buddy System 4, Dress for camp 3, What to do if lost 5, Say outdoor code, How to respect wildlife 6, Hike 1 mile 7, Name 2 birds, two insects, Two other animals Running with the Pack 2, Walk Backwards, Sideways, forwards 4, Play a sports game 5, Leapfrog, Kangaroo Hop Code of the Wolf 2a, Shapes in Nature Collections and Hobbies 3, Visit Camp Museum Paws of Skill 1, What does it mean to be physically fit? 2, Stretch 4, Play a team game 5, Talk about good sportsmanship * Spirit of the Water 1, Demonstrate how water can become polluted 2, Explain how to conserve water at home 3, Why swimming is good exercise 4, Swimming safety rules 5, Reaching rescue 6, Visit waterfront Bear Bear necessities 1, Go to camp Fellowship and duty to God 2d, go to Chapel
18 Fur, Feathers, and Ferns 1, Identify 6 signs that animals where there 2, 1 Extinct animal, 1 endangered animal 3, Go to nature area 4, Observe Wildlife from a distance *Bear Goes Fishing 1, 3 types of Fish 2, Local Fishing Regulations 3, Learn about Fishing Equipment and how to cast 4, Go Fishing Beat of the Drum O/A Dance? Forensics 1, what is Forensics? 2, Evaluate Fingerprint Salmon Run 4, Why do we have Lifeguards? 5, Reach & Throw Rescue 6, Go swimming 7, Front Crawl 8, 3 types of swimming groups Webelos Cast Iron Chef 1, Make a fire Walkabout 3, Identify Poisonous Plants 5, Outdoor Code & Leave no trace Arrow of Light Camper 1, Be at Camp 7, Outdoor Code & Leave no trace Webelos/ Arrow of Light Electives Aquanot 1, Safety 2, 3 Swimming Groups 3, Boating Skills 4, Order of Rescue 5, Attempt Swim Test 7, 2 Stokes 8, lifeguard training talk
19 Adventure in Science 2, Visit Observatory 3f, View Night Sky *Into the Wild 3, Watch Birds 5, 4 Wild animal observations 6, Identify a local animal/ plant 8, learn about Ecosystems and wetlands, 3 ways you can help 9, Visit Nature Center Into the Woods 1, 3 Different groups of trees and tree parts 2, Identify 6 trees common in area and how animals use them 3, Identify 6 plants common in area and how animals use them 5, Plant a plant and make a plan 6, Identify things at home made from wood 7, Tree rings Cub Scout Camp (3-day) Schedule (Subject to Change a Full Schedule will be issued at check-in) Day One 2:00-5:30 pm CHECK IN 5:45 pm EVENING FLAG LOWERING 6:00 pm Supper at Wyckoff 7:00 pm Parents/Leaders Meeting at Wyckoff 8:00-9:00 pm Opening Campfire/Crackerbarrel 9:10 pm Evening Activity 10:00 pm Lights out Day Two BLUE RED ORANGE YELLOW 7:00 am REVEILLE EVERYONE 7:45 am Flags Flags Flags Flags 8:00am Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast 9:00 am Bouldering Nature Craft FISHING 9:50 am Travel Travel Travel Travel 10:00 am Fishing Bouldering Nature Craft 10:50 am Travel Travel Travel Tavel 11:00 am Craft Fishing Bouldering Nature 11:50 am Travel Travel Travel Travel 12:00 pm Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 1:00 pm REST/ Visit Museum REST/ Visit Museum REST/ Visit Museum REST/ Visit Museum
20 2:30 pm Horses Swimming Archery BB Gun 3:50 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 4:00 pm Swimming Archery BB Gun Horses 5:20 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 5:30 pm Flags Flags Flags Flags 5:45 pm Supper Supper Supper Supper 6:45 pm Free Agent Time Free Agent Time Free Agent Time Free Agent Time 8:00 pm Campfire Program/ Campfire Program/ Campfire Program/ Campfire Program/ 9:00 pm Evening Activity Evening Activity Evening Activity Evening Activity 10:00pm Lights out Lights out Lights out Lights out Day Three BLUE RED ORANGE YELLOW 7:00 am REVEILLE EVERYONE 7:45 am Flags Flags Flags Flags 8:00 am Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast 9:00 am Nature Craft Fishing Bouldering 9:50 am Travel Travel Travel Travel 10:00 am Archery BB Gun Horses Swimming 11:20 am Camp Wide Activity Camp Wide Activity Camp Wide Camp Wide Activity Activity 12:00 pm Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 1:00 pm Rest Rest Rest Rest 2:00 pm BB Gun Horses Swimming Archery 3:20 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 3:30 pm Science Lab Science Lab Rock Range Rock Range 4:20 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 4:30 pm Rock Range Rock Range Science Lab Science Lab 5:20 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 5:30 pm Flags Flags Flags Flags 5:40 pm Depart for Home Depart for Home Depart for Home Depart for Home Webelos Camp (4-day) Schedule (Subject to Change a Full Schedule will be issued at check-in) DAY 1 WEBELOS CAMP 2:00-5:30 pm CHECK IN 5:45pm FLAGS/ WELCOME 6:00pm SUPPER AT WYCKOFF 7:00pm PARENTS/LEADERS MEETING AT WYCKOFF 8:00-9:00pm OPENING CAMPFIRE/CRACKERBARREL 9:10 pm EVENING ACTIVITY 10:00pm LIGHTS OUTS
21 DAY 2 BLUE RED ORANGE YELLOW 7:00 am REVEILLE EVERYONE 7:45 am Flags Flags Flags Flags 8:00 am Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast 9:00 am Bouldering Nature Craft Fishing 9:50 am Travel Travel Travel Travel 10:00 am Fishing Bouldering NAture Craft 10:50 am Travel Travel Travel Travel 11:00 am Craft Fishing Bouldering Nature 11:50 am Travel Travel Travel Travel 12:00 am Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 1:00 pm Rest/ Visit Museum Rest/ Visit Museum Rest/ Visit Museum Rest/ Visit Museum 2:30 pm Horses Swimming Archery Pellett 3:50 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 4:00 pm Swimming Archery Pellett Horses 5:20 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 5:30 pm Flags Flags Flags Flags 5:45 pm Supper Supper Supper Supper 6:40 pm Free Agent Time Free Agent Time Free Agent Time Free Agent Time 8:00 pm Campfire Program Campfire program Campfire Program Campfire Program 9:00 pm Evening Activity Evening Activity Evening Activity Evening Activity 10:00 pm Lights out Lights out Lights out Lights out DAY 3 BLUE RED ORANGE YELLOW 7:00am REVEILLE EVERYONE 7:45am Flags Flags Flags Flags 8:00am Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast 9:00 am Nature Craft Fishing Bouldering 9:50 am Travel Travel Travel Travel 10:00 am Archery Horses BB Gun Swimming 11:20 am Camp Wide Activity Camp Wide Activity Camp Wide Activity Camp Wide Activity 12:00 pm Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 1:00pm REST EVERYONE 2:00 pm Pellet Swimming Horses Archery 3:20 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 3:30 pm Science Lab Science Lab Rock Range Rock Range 4:20 pm Travel Travel Travel Travel 4:30 pm Rock Range Rock Range Science Lab Science Lab 5:20 Travel Travel Travel Travel 5:30pm Flags Flags Flags Flags 5:45pm Supper Supper Supper Supper 6:45pm Free Agent Time Free Agent Time Free Agent Time Free Agent Time 8:00 pm Campfire Program Campfire Program Campfire Program Campfire Program 9:10pm Evening Program Evening Program Evening Program Evening Program 10:00pm LIGHTS OUT
23 APPENDIX A: Dietary Restriction Notification Form We must receive this card 45 days prior to your time at D-bar-A in order to make the necessary substitutions. If this card is not received within the specified time, we cannot guarantee the substitutions. We will do our best to accommodate your needs, but for certain severe allergies or for a person with an allergy to more than 2 types of food, we may ask you to bring your own food. Please bring your own medication (ex. Epipen). Please fill out ONE CARD PER INDIVIDUAL with a dietary restriction. ALL FIELDS ARE REQUIRED. Camp Attending (circle one) Cub Scout Boy Scout Trail to Eagle Other Dates Attending: Unit Type: Unit Number: Name of person with restriction: Phone # and (of parent if youth or individual if adult) Restriction type: (i.e. peanut allergy, vegetarian etc.) Please circle all that apply: If an allergy is it by? Ingestion Contact Airborne Other Severity of Allergy (i.e. anaphylactic): Is Allergy controlled or treated by medication? If so, will individual have this medication at camp? What is the medication? Symptoms Experienced (i.e. vomiting): Substitution Ideas: Any other information you think would be useful to the food service staff at D-bar-A: Office Use Only: Contacted Date: Initials: Accommodations Made: Brining Own Food: Fax this form to or form to
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Nashua Valley Council Boy Scouts of America Cub-O-Ree A Gathering of Cub Scouts Theme: Cub-O-Ree A Gathering of Cub Scouts Date: October 14 15, 2017 Time: Day Events Saturday - 9:00 AM 4:00 PM (Check-In
Bedford Forrest and Davy Crockett Districts 2016 Spring Camporee Theme: Old Time Scout Skills BACKPACKING ROPES/KNOTS FIRE BUILDING COMPASS FIRST AID WATER PURIFICATION *HATCHET THROWING COMPETITION COMMUNITY
2018 Me & My Guy Information Girl Scouts of Central Indiana is happy that you will be part of the 2018 Me & My Guy program at Camp Na Wa Kwa! We hope your experience will be a valuable one. If you have
Girl Scout Olympics Camp ID 5G June 24 June 26, 2016 Friday, 4:30 p.m. Sunday, 3:00 p.m. Camp Libbey 28325 State Route 281 Defiance, Ohio Registration Deadline May 6, 2016 02-2104-01 Forms in this packet
Welcome to Camp Everything you need to know about the best week of your summer! Welcome Welcome to Eagle Lake (Rez)ident Camp! We re so excited that you ve chosen our classic camp experience here on our
Aa ALLEGEHENY HIGHLANDS COUNCIL CUB SCOUT SUMMER CAMP 2018 ALLEGHENY HIGHLANDS COUNCIL CUB SCOUT SUMMER CAMP 2018 Allegheny Highlands Council (Scout Service Center) 50 Hough Hill Rd. Falconer, NY 14733
Cub Scout Olympics! Leaders Guide Cardinal District Cub Family Campout October 20-21, 2012 Cub and Webelos Adventure Camp Goochland, VA 1 Cub Scout Olympics! Cardinal District Cub Family Campout October
Wildlife Management A major concern in this country is vanishing wildlife and wildlife habitat. Some of this loss comes from a lack of knowledge about the creatures of nature. This program feature will
Welcome to Camp Gallahue Gallahue Resident Camp Information Girl Scouts of Central Indiana is happy that you will be part of the Summer Resident Camp program. We hope your experience will be a valuable
Webelos Weekend Webelos Leader Outdoor Training Presented by the Gateway District, DAC BSA http://www.gatewaybsa.com/activities Tahosa High Adventure Base June 2 nd thru June 4 th, 2017 WELCOME WEBELOS
CAMP FORMS CF-1 Preparing for camp means preparing for a great and exciting summer. It also means being sure that you have all of the proper forms completed by the time you reach camp. This section should
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Muskingum Valley Council Boy Scouts of America Cub Scout Shoot-O-Ree & Cub Scout Day Camps & Cub Scout Resident Camp (FOR WOLVES, BEARS, AND WEBELOS) CAMP LEADER PLANNING GUIDE 2017 TABLE OF CONTENTS PLANNING
2018 Leader s Guide 0 Overview This event will feature competitive/cooperative events, exhibits, awards, a Survival themed movie, adult training opportunities, and plenty of scout spirit! We want units
GLACIER S EDGE COUNCIL, BSA 2018 CUB SCOUT DAY CAMP LEADER GUIDE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 5846 Manufacturer s Dr - Madison, WI 53704 608.310.7300 WELCOME Welcome to Day Camp 2018 Our goal in 2018 is to make
Workbook This Workbook can help you organize your thoughts as you prepare to meet with your Scout Leader. You still must satisfy your Scout Leader that you can demonstrate each skill and have learned the
Greater Saint Louis Area Council Spring Camporee: Boone Trails District Revised 2 / 20 / 2017 S-F Scout Ranch May 19-21 Table of Contents Revisions - 2 Welcome - 3 Map of Area - 4 Registration - 5 Check-In
Knights of the Roundtable Soaring Eagle Cub Scout Day Camp 2014 Table of Contents A NOTE FROM YOUR CAMP DIRECTOR: 3 THE PURPOSE OF CUB SCOUT DAY CAMP 4 DAY CAMP LOCATION, DATES AND FEES 4 REFUND POLICY
Parent Information for Camp Chai 2017 Program/On-Site Director: Emmy Wagner Sessions 1 and 2 of Camp Chai will be held at Finley Community Park in Santa Rosa. Pick-up and drop-off are at the large gazebo/picnic
2018 Summer Camp Schedule Visit us on the web at www.campcarew.org for the latest updates and informatio n Celebrating 66 yrs. in Camping Ministry 303 Hidden Bay Ln. Makanda, IL 62958 Pastors Name: Church
2018 Activity Schedule Detail The Camp Geiger programs offer a wide variety of outdoor related merit badges along with several special interest and Eagle required merit badge activities. The mix of activities
CAMP TRACI Outdoor Adventure for Girls Established 2015. 2018 LEADERS GUIDE Welcome to Camp Traci Day Camp! WHY WE ARE HERE Camp Traci is a new day camp for pre-teen girls. Using the resources of the 99
Scoutmaster/SPL Planning Packet - 2014 Timberline District Camporee - Page 1 2014 TIMBERLINE CAMPOREE SCOUTMASTER/SPL PLANNING PACKET TABLE OF CONTENTS Description Letter of Invitation Guidelines and Important
Chief Seattle Council Boy Scouts of America 2018 BOY SCOUTS WINTER CAMP INFORMATION Welcome to the wonderful world of Winter Camp at Camp Sheppard! This guide is designed to answer many of your questions
Camporee Guide 0 Fishawack The Amazing Scout Race Spring Camporee Patriots Path Council BSA May, 0 Camp Somers, Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation www.ppbsa.org Featuring: The Amazing Scout Race using GPS
Merit Badge Workbook This workbook can help you but you still need to read the merit badge pamphlet. The work space provided for each requirement should be used by the Scout to make notes for discussing
2018 Blue Ridge Council Camporee April 13-15, 2018 Camp Old Indian Packet Contents: Promotional Flyer General Information Registration Information Program Schedule Registration Packet Fees: $20/Scout includes
2018 Clements Scout Ranch Athens, TX Camp Session 1 February 9-11, 2018 Camp Session 2 February 23-25, 2018 STUDENT INFORMATION PACKET In this packet, you will find everything you need to know about camp,
May 2017 Dear Warhawk College Prep Tennis Camper: Now that the school term has drawn to a close, I am sure you are looking forward to your week at Warhawk College Prep Tennis Camp. We hope you will enjoy
Webelos Woods Weekend September 25-27, 2015 BSA Camp Gustin Chariots Of The Fire Webelos! Are you excited to become a Boy Scout? Do you want to get a jump on some Boy Scout skills, meet the troops in your
C a m p S c h o e l l ko pf Summer Camp 2018 Leader s guide Step Back in Time A Nationally Accredited Boy Scout Resident Summer Camp Operated by the Greater Niagara Frontier Council, BSA. Established 1938
Camporee Planning Guide 2016 May 21-22, 2016 Registration: Registration is open to all Troops, Crews, Ships, in the Arrowhead and Glacial Trails Districts. The cost for the weekend will be $30 per individual.
Spotlight on Adventure LEADER S GUIDE MAY 3-5, 2002 Stearns Scout Camp Annandale, MN www.vikingbsa.org VIKING COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA EXPERIENCE THE FUN TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 1 PROGRAM /
Boy Scouts of America Greater Los Angeles Area Council Trask Scout Reservation Open Camping Leader s Guide 2017 Trask Scout Reservation Leader s Guide Page 1 Check-In Checklist Unit/Event Leader: Please
GENERAL INFORMATION AND STANDARDS Administration & Camp Staff SeaWorld Camps are designed, directed, and supervised by the Education & Conservation Department of SeaWorld San Diego. SeaWorld is an accredited
CARY ADVENTURE CAMP SAGAMORE COUNCIL AMAZING AMERICAN ADVENTURE PARENT AND LEADERS GUIDE 2015 Amazing American Adventures await you this summer at Cary Adventure Camp. BB s Canoeing Swimming Archery Scout
Cub Scout National Mall Hike and Seek Prince George s District Spring Camporee April 8-10, 2016 American legion youth Camp Cheltenham, Maryland Things that Packs should know: This event is for Cub Scouts
Little Sioux Scout Ranch Little Sioux, IA 10 3-day, 2-night sessions to choose from, June 15 through July 22, 2014-1 - Table of Contents Vision, Introduction, and about Resident Camp... 3 Before Camp o
SHENANDOAH AREA COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA OFF-SEASON CAMPING AT CAMP ROCK ENON Reservations Online at: www.sac-bsa.org/offseason FACILITIES Camp Rock Enon operates weeklong resident camps during the
Coronado Area Council 2017 Camporall October 6-8, 2017 Kanopolis Lake Dates: October 6-8, 2017 Location: Kanopolis Lake Time: Check-In begins at 4:00 PM on Friday, October 6, 2017 Registration Fee: The
GET READY! A Preparation Packet for Your JH Ranch Adventure! Includes information specifically for Parent & Son/Daughter Adventures Need to Contact Us? : 800.242.1224 : email@example.com : jhranch.com :
Brevard Cub family campout Oct. 20 22, 2017 WELCOME! Cub Family Campout is a wonderful opportunity to introduce your Cub Scout to camping and group activities. Whether this is your first campout or you
2017 VINS Nature Camp Confirmation and Information VINS Nature Center Quechee, Vermont Dear VINS Camper Parent/Guardian, Thank you for registering your child for VINS Nature Camp. This informational packet
2018 VINS Nature Camp Confirmation and Information ArtisTree/Purple Crayon Productions South Pomfret, Vermont Dear VINS Camper Parent/Guardian, Thank you for registering your child for VINS Nature Camp
FAMILY INFORMATION GUIDE camp KAKHAMELA 2016 2015 Welcome to Kakhamela Summer Family Camp at YMCA Camp Elphinstone! A LETTER TO CAMPERS AND FAMILIES Dear Families, Welcome to Canadian Diabetes Association
Merit Badge Workbook This workbook can help you but you still need to read the merit badge pamphlet. This Workbook can help you organize your thoughts as you prepare to meet with your merit badge counselor.
BREA SUMMER DAY CAMP! June 18 August 24, 2018 Dear Parents of Day Camp Participant: The City of Brea proudly announces the beginning of the 2018 Summer Day Camp Program. This year s program will take place
1 THE PURPOSE The purpose of Scout camp is to build strength through day-to-day activities of pure Scouting for patrols, troops and most importantly for the individual Scouts. It is the policy of the Sequoyah
37 Planning Schedule Preparing for camp is an easy process, but it does require planning ahead. As a unit leader, you are the most important link in this process. The following check list is designed to
1st Year 2nd Year Scripture Study Sanitation Clouds Each day while in camp, find a quiet spot and read from the scriptures for at least fifteen minutes. Include in your reading the account of the Creation
Little Lights Up! Summer Performance Camp 2017 Session 3 The Very Busy Spider ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE All activities take place at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre located at 111 W. Campbell St., Arlington
Nite at the Museum: Minecraft Mania Overnight Packet The OVERNIGHT PACKET includes information about the program: Basic Fact Sheet Sample Schedule Directions to Minnesota Discovery Center Things-to-Bring
St. Louis WOW School Oct. 7-8, 2017 What Is WOW? - WOW is a National Outdoor Recreation and Conservation School that introduces families and individuals to a variety of outdoor activities. - WOW is a hands-on
Program Policies Pricing: Program pricing is quoted per program below. Adults are free. Parking is free. Program Scheduling: Programs can be scheduled on Monday - Friday evenings and Saturday and Sunday
Oct 21-22 / Camp Logan What s better than being outdoors in the fall? Cooler weather, leaves crunching under your feet, the smell of campfires burning! Come experience time at camp without the responsibility
parent manual Parents, We are so excited to experience how God speaks to us through the Bible, Prayer, and Others with your kids at Road Trip 2012! It s going to be a great time with friends, leaders and
General Information Arrival Please arrive promptly at 5:30 p.m. for check-in at the Marsh Pavilion. Registration will not begin until 5:30 p.m. and guests should remain outside until this time. Upon entry,
Camp Hiawatha 50 th Anniversary Camporee May 19-21, 2017 $15 per person Special feature is the Testing Boy Scouts and Venturers in Hiking, Biking, and Canoeing. Plus, more fun! Dutch Oven Competition Order
CUB SCOUT & WEBELOS SCOUT SUMMER CAMP Join hundreds of other Scouts and families at Camp George Thomas Resident Camp this June. Get outside! 2018 IT S EASY! Tent Sleeping Bag Clothes Swimsu it Fun! CAMP
Wilderness Survival Early man practiced wilderness survival because he had to. We practice it today because it is a challenge and because even today we might confront a situation requiring knowledge of