Webelos Scouts and their parent(s)/guardian(s) can register. The fee for Webelos Coyote Xtreme is $115 per Webelos Scout and includes four meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday), a patch, t-shirt, water bottle and program supplies. The adult fee is $40 per adult and includes four meals. Every adult attending Bovay Scout Ranch must follow camp policies and procedures located in the Leader's Guide and the Guide to Safe Scouting.
- What are the leadership requirements?
Webelos Scouts should bring at least one family member. Webelos Scouts may be under the direction of a Webelos leader, but Webelos leaders may not be responsible for more than one additional “nonfamily member” youth. Every adult must have a copy of their Youth Protection Training certificate taken online at www.myscouting.org within last 2 years. Every Webelos Scouts must be under the supervision of a leader, parent or guardian. Bovay follows all Guide to Safe Scouting rules.
- What health form do I need to attend Webelos Coyote Xtreme Camp?
- A copy of the BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (Parts A and B) must be turned in for every participant.
- What do the fees include?
- The fee for Webelos Coyote Xtreme is $115 per Webelos Scout and includes four meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday), patch, t-shirt, water bottle and Webelos Scout program supplies. The adult fee is $40 per adult and includes four meals. Scouts must be members of the Boy Scouts of America.
- What are the check-in procedures?
Campers may check-in between 3:00 - 10:00 pm on Friday evening or between 7:00 - 9:00 am on Saturday morning. Programs begin on Saturday at 9:00 or 10:00 am and run until 5:00 pm.
The designated leader will check in at the registration office in the administration building (approximately 1 mile past the main gate on the left) and register the unit or group. Registration lines can be a long on busy weekends so please be patient. To facilitate a quicker registration process, please be sure to have all of the mandatory paperwork:
1. Camp roster, two copies;
2. Youth Protection Training, copy of certificate for every adult;
3. Current BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (Part A and B) for each participant, two copies alphabetized in an envelope or notebook (one to keep in campsite and one to turn in during registration);
4. Camp registration confirmation (printed receipt);
5. Hazardous Weather Training, copy of certificate for one adult in the unit (taken online within past years).
When registration is complete, the staff will assign campsites and campers may then proceed to their campsite. When you arrive at your campsite, please inspect your campsite and any rental equipment (cots or tents) to make sure there are no safety issues or prior damages. If your cots or tents have any problems please report it immediately to staff. All campsites have a pavilion with multiple picnic tables and a red fire water bucket. Distribute wristbands to all youth and adults. Everyone must wear their designated wristbands at all times. Wristband colors determine which rotation schedule the Scout should follow. Please follow the specified rotation schedule as the program is designed for a specific number of youth at each outpost.
- What are the departure procedures?
Departure is after breakfast on Sunday. Camp is closed at 11 a.m. On the morning of departure, the campmaster will drop off cleaning supplies at the restrooms. Follow the written instructions on cleaning assigned showers and restrooms. Scouts should conduct a “police line” where Scouts stand within arm’s length of each other and walk the entire campsite picking up all trash. The campmaster will inspect each campsite to make sure the campsite, restrooms, showers, and pavilions are undamaged and clean, and that all gear and trash is removed. After passing inspection, proceed to the administration building to sign out and pick up paperwork.
- What is the schedule?
- Tentative Schedule:
3:00 – 10:00 pm: Check-in at the administration building, camp set up, dinner on own, pack free time
8:00 pm: Leader's meeting in Safari Room
7:00-9:00 am: Late check-in at the administration building, camp set-up, breakfast on own
9:00 or 10:00 am – noon: Program
12:00 pm: Lunch in dining hall
1:30 – 5:00 pm: Program
6:00 pm: Dinner in dining hall
7:00 pm: Pack free time in campsites
8:00 am: Breakfast in dining hall
9:00 am: Camp breakdown / check-out
11:00 am: Camp closed
Note: You will receive the final rotation schedule at check-in. Schedules vary based on camp attendance.
- What do we need to bring to Webelos Coyote Xtreme?
Bring: Tent (if not requested when registering); sleeping bag, sheets, or blanket and pillow; cot or air mattress (if not requested when registration); toiletries (e.g., shampoo, toothbrush, deodorant); water bottle; towel and wash cloth; sunscreen; insect repellent; swimsuit; clothes appropriate for weather; rain gear, extra clothes; Scout uniform (determined by pack); closed-toed shoes (tennis shoes) and extra pair; flashlight with fresh batteries; personal medication; first aid kit, one per registered group; Annual Health and Medical Form, Part A & B, required for every participant; small trash bags for restrooms; 55 gallon trash bags for campsite; camper release form, for Scouts whose parents are not attending camp. All items should be marked with name and unit number.
Optional: Alarm Clock; battery operated lantern; bicycle and bike helmet; book of faith; camera; camp chair; Cub Scout handbook; fishing gear; glow sticks (great to keep track of your kids at night and to play games); lockable footlocker; money for trading post; shower shoes; snacks (do not keep in tent); sports drinks or flavor packets for water (to help keep Scouts hydrated); sunglasses
Adults also need to bring a copy for camp:
1. Youth Protection Training, copy of certificate for every adult;
2. Hazardous Weather Training, copy of certificate for one adult in the group (taken online within past years).
3. Camp Roster for the group
What NOT to bring to camp: Alcohol, electronics/game equipment, firearms, guns and ammunition, illegal drugs, liquid fuel lanterns or stoves, pets, scooters, skates, skateboards, valuables
- Where can I find camp policies?
- Every adult attending Bovay Scout Ranch must be familiar with the Leader’s Guide which includes council policies and procedures, and the Guide to Safe Scouting.
- How are refunds handled?
- See the council refund policy.