Webelos Adventure Camp is a great way for a Webelos and their Akela to discover how the adventure of Boy Scouting is different from that of Cub Scouting all while earning a few Webelos Activity Badges. Webelos Adventure Camp is a chance for your Webelos to get a taste of what Boy Scouts is really like. Each Webelos and their adult partner, called an Akela, will participate in Scout Show-n-Do activities. They will also share meals and enjoy a campfire program with a host Boy Scout Troop. The cost is $90.00 a pair (Webelos & Akela) and $45.00 for an adult with their den/pack. The camp will provide all meals, tents and mattress setup for this exciting program.

PURPOSE: To provide a taste of the Boy Scout program to Webelos Scouts

WHO: All Webelos Scouts, their Akelas and any Boy Scout Troop that would like to build relationships with potential
Scouts and parents

COST: $90.00 a pair (Webelos and Akela) and $45.00 for an adult with their den/pack (no cost for Boy Scout
Troops who volunteer and serve as staff) – Send to Council Office or pay on-line (www.seqbsa.org) or
at the site

PLACE: Camp Chawanakee

RSVP: To help us plan a quality program, please register at least 2 days prior to the start of the course. To register
multiple youth at once register online or use the QR code.

CONTACT: Michael Foster at (559) 320-2100 or at michael.foster@scouting.org

Dates

  • Friday August 9 – Sunday August 11, 2019

.  As a reminder, we will not be serving Friday Dinner.

 

  • What to Bring
    • Webelos Should Bring
      • Scout Uniform
      • Sleeping bag and pillow
      • A change of clothes
      • Your Toothbrush, Toothpaste and other toiletries
      • Jacket as nights can be cool
      • Rain Coat (A Scout is Prepared)
      • Insect repellent, Sunscreen, closed toed shoes & a hat
      • Medication & Annual Health and Medical Form Parts A&B
    • Akelas Should Bring
      • Same gear as your Webelos
      • Folding Chair for you and your scout
      • A Water Bottle or Canteen
      • Flashlight / Headlamp
      • Personal first aid kit
      • Medication & Annual Health and Medical Form Parts A&B
      • Money for snacks or souvenirs
  • Schedule
    • Friday August 9th
      • 5-7 PM Check-in
      • 7-8PM Handicrafts area Activity
      • 8:30 PM Campfire
      • 9:15 PM Astronomy
      • 10:30 PM Lights out
    • Saturday August 10th
      • 7:30 AM Flags
      • 7:45 AM Breakfast @ Dining Hall
      • 8:15 AM Make Foil Packets for Lunch
      • 9 AM – 12 PM Round Robin Sessions
      • 12:15 – 12:45PM Lunch
      • 12:45 – 1:15PM Rest time in campsites
      • 1:30 PM – 2:50 PM 3 Mile Hike Start at Camp Office
      • 3 – 4:50 PM Round Robin Sessions
      • 5 PM Egg Drop Competition
      • 5:45 PM Evening Flags
      • 6 PM – 6:30 PM Dinner @ Dining Hall
      • 6:30 PM Free Time to Practice Skits or Pack Activities
      • 8 PM Campfire @ Point Campfire
      • 10 PM Lights Out
    • Sunday , August 11th
      • 8:00 AM  Breakfast @ Dining Hall
      • 9:00 AM  Pack up campsite and head down the hill

If you have any other questions,  please ask. Daphne.Ferguson@scouting.org