Webelos Resident Camp
Take your camp experience to the next level and master new skills. Spend your action packed days doing things like swimming and boating or testing your aim on our Rifle and Archery ranges. Get up-close and personal with nature, explore trails and catch air on our mountain bikes. Tie knots, whittle wood, and weave gimp. Eat delicious meals in our dining hall, and take part in songs, skits, and general silliness.
Activities continue after dinner, extending the fun through the evening until bed time in your tent.
Camp Woodland: August 17-21 ($230.00 includes one parent/guardian)
BSA Annual Health and Medical Record, Part A, B and C is required for week long resident camp program and are due in the Council Office 2 weeks before the start of camp session.
Cub Scout Day & Twilight Camp
The best that Cub Scouting has to offer, close to home! Cub Scout Day Camp combines the most exciting things about being a Scout with summertime fun. Practice your aim at the Rifle or Archery ranges, create a masterpiece in Arts & Crafts, or learn a new knot in Scoutcraft. Swim, study local animals, or test your skill on the sports field. Twilight Camp is an evening experience.
**Activities vary between camps and not all listed are not necessarily available at all camps listed below.
- Canton Day Camp: July 14 – 17 ($85.00), Taylor Park, Miner Street Rd. Canton, NY 13617
- Jefferson County Day Camp: July 21 – 24 ($85.00), Scout Hut, Garrison Rd. Ft. Drum, NY 13603
- Oswego Twilight Camp: July 27 – 30 ($65.00), Oswego County Airport, 40 Airport Dr. Fulton, NY 13069
- Rotary Day Camp: August 3 – 7 ($115.00), 4187 Sam Adams Ln. Auburn, NY 13021
- Rotary Day Camp: August 10 – 14 ($115.00), 4187 Sam Adams Ln. Auburn, NY 13021
- Onondaga Day Camp: August 17 – 20 ($115.00), Veteran’s Memorial Park at Gillie, Lake Bitters/Sands Rd. Camillus, NY 13031
All campers, excluding the Twilight Camp must provide their own bag lunch.
BSA Annual Health and Medical Record, Parts A and B, are required for all Camps and are due in the Council Office 2 weeks before the start of camp session. All Tigers must have an adult partner present during camp operations.
Overnight Family Camps
This is where Scouting really comes alive! Watch your Scout’s eyes light up as he hits the archery target or catches his first fish. These are experiences that bring a family together and create memories of a lifetime. These will be his favorite childhood moments, and he’ll be proud to share them with his parents. Family Camping provides an opportunity for the whole family to experience the outdoors. Cub Scouts and their family members can participate in some of the same activities available at Resident Camp, and a few more. Camp in a tent of your own, borrow one of ours, or sleep in a cabin. Join us for the many exciting opportunities!
Camp Woodland: (All Family Overnight are $5.00 per person attending and an additional $5.00 per person per meal who elect to take advantage of Dining Hall Saturday Evening’s Hot Dinner and Sunday Morning’s Hot Breakfast. Participants may bring and cook their own food at their own campsite.)
- Spring Camp: June 20-21
- STEM Camp: July 11-12
- Wilderness Search & Rescue Camp: July 25-26
- Public Safety Camp: August 1-2
- You Can’t Do That At Camp: August 22-23
- Fall Family Spooktacular: October 17-18
BSA Annual Health and Medical Record, Parts A and B, are required for all camps and are due in the Council Office 2 weeks before the start of camp session . All Tigers must have an adult partner present during camp operations.
- Cub Camp Camp Brochure 2015
- 2015 Cub Camp Registration Form
- Pack Reservation Form
- Family Overnight Registration Form
- 2015 Cub Scout Parent and Leader Summer Camp Guide
- Cub/Webelos Campership Application
- 2015Cub Camp Staff Application
- Annual Health and Medical Forms (Parts A, B, and C are required)
- 2015 Cub Family Overnight Camp Menus
- 2015 Webelos Resident Camp Menus
Refund and Cancellation Policy:
Planning and purchasing for camp happens long before camp begins and is based upon your camp reservation. Consequently, refunds are available only under extenuating circumstances which include illness, death in the family, summer school, or other hardships. Refund requests must be submitted in writing.
- Hardships do not include family vacations, sport events, or changing one’s mind.
- Inclement weather is not a cause for refund.
- Notification must be made to the Camp Director prior to the end of the first day of camp that the Scout will not be in attendance or by contacting the Longhouse Council Office at (315) 463-0201 before the first day of camp.
- Refund requests are reviewed and processed at the end of the camping season. No refunds are given at camp.
- The Camp Director and Scout Executive will review and approve refund requests on an individual basis.
- Refunds are issued to whomever originally paid the registration fee (Unit or Parent).
- Camp fees are transferable to other Scouts within his Unit.
It is the responsibility of the unit leadership to understand and abide by this Refund and Cancellation Policy.
Every Scout should have the opportunity to attend summer camp and enjoy the outdoor camping program that is central to Scouting. Longhouse Council makes individual “camperships” available to Cub Scouts who otherwise would not be able to attend camp. The funds for these camperships are managed by Longhouse Council.
Note: Funds available for camperships covered by the application above come from funds restricted for use by members of the Longhouse Council attending Longhouse Council operated summer camp activities: Cub and Webelos Day Camps, Family, and Resident Camps.
Generally camperships are limited to no more than 50% of the activity cost. Each Scout, his family, his Unit, and his Charter Organization should provide the remainder of the activity cost. Camperships are not transferable or refundable and have no cash value.
Applications must be submitted no later than April 30th. Applications received after April 30th will be reviewed and granted based upon remaining available funds.