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Pack Overnighter

Packs can conduct overnight campouts.  A pack overnight campout can be a great way to get to know the families in the pack and to work on outdoor adventures.Packs may not conduct campouts longer then overnight.  The location is a site that is approved by the local council using the Pack Overnight Campout Appraisal Form .  In order to conduct an pack overnight campout at least one registered adult leader who is attending the campout must complete Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) training.

Council Organized Family Camp

Cub Scout families may participate in Council Organized Family Camp.  These events may be called something less formal such as Parent and Pal or Cub Family Camp.  The program is provided by the local council and the event may last two nights.

Cub Scout Day Camp

Offered as a three or five day event day camp provides opportunities to make new friends, earn new adventures, and participate in special activities.

Cub Scout Resident Camp

A long term overnight camping experience for cub scouts and their parent or guardian.  Resident camps are three to five days usually held at a local scout camping facility.

Pinewood Derby

Partnered with a parent or guardian, Cub Scouts work together, strengthening bonds and building confidence – and their own custom race cars! They begin with an official Pinewood Derby Race Car kit, then create a design, then carve it from the wood block provided in the kit, and detail it with paint, decals and other accessories, and perfect strategies to compete in their pack’s own Pinewood Derby. It’s s a wonderful learning experience centered on teamwork, ingenuity and sportsmanship – all for the thrill of the race and a lifetime of great memories to share with fellow racers young and old.

Blue & Gold Banquet 

Blue and Gold Banquets are a tradition in Cub Scout packs.  They are a celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the BSA on February 8, 1910, and therefore usually take the place of the February pack meeting.  Often, badges of rank are awarded.  The Arrow of Light ceremony may even be included as the 5th graders cross over to a troop.  Sometimes community leaders or special guests are invited to attend.  The meal can be a pot-luck dinner or other arrangements can be made – whatever suits your pack.

Service Projects

Doing service projects together is one way that Cub Scouts keep their promise “to help other people.” While a Scout should do their best to help other people every day, a group service project is a bigger way to help people. While you’re giving service, you’re learning to work together with others to do something that’s good for your community.

Service projects may help the natural world, the community, or the chartered organization.  Make sure to review the Guide to Safe Scouting to ensure Cub Scouts are doing age appropriate activities. Some service projects fulfill requirements for adventures in the Cub Scout handbooks.