Cub Scout Camping

Day Camp

Day Camp

  • Day Camp is open to all registered Cub Scouts (including Kindergarten graduates)
  • 27 camps are offered around the council in June.  Scouts can attend any camp.
  • Activities typically include BB guns, archery, sports, crafts, nature and Scout skills.
  • Scouts make new friends and earn rank advancements.

Bear Resident Camp

Adventure Camp

  • Adventure Camp is a weekend camp out for Cub Scouts and their families at Bovay Scout Ranch
  • Admission covers three meals in the air-conditioned dining hall.
  • Activities include BB guns, archery, water park (weather permitting) and one or two program areas (e.g., BMX bikes, dino dig, mine, nature center, Indian village).
  • Packs, dens and individual families may register.

Webelos Resident Camp

Resident Camp

  • Resident Camp is a three-night camp held in July for all registered Cub Scouts (including Kindergarten graduates)
  • Resident Camp is held at Bovay Scout Ranch near Navasota.
  • Activities include BB guns, archery, swimming, BMX bikes, sports, nature and more.
  • Advancements offered supplement those offered at Day Camp.
  • Packs, dens and families may register.

Family Camping

  • Family camping is available at Bovay Scout Ranch, Camp Strake or Camp Brosig.
  • As part of your pack's annual plan, each pack should include a well-organized "pack overnighter" for Cub Scouts and their families.
  • Well-planned, organized overnighters at the pack level help fulfill the promise made to our Cub Scouts.
  • Packs and Webelos dens may register.

Webelos Coyote Extreme

  • Webelos Coyote Extreme is a campout for 4th and 5th grade Webelos at Bovay Scout Ranch.
  • Fast paced, fun-filled weekend
  • Webelos work on Arrow of Light requirements
  • Webelos are introduced to basic Boy Scout skills.