Cub Day Camping at
Lone Tree Scout Reservation
Offering a Variety of Cub Scout & Webelos Scout Camping Opportunities
Age appropriate summer camp programs for boys entering 2nd - 5th grade.
Any Cub Scout who will enter into the second through fifth grades in the fall is welcomed to join in the summer fun at Lone Tree Scout Reservation. We have activities geared for each Cub Scout level.
It is the spirit of the campers, staff, and volunteer den escorts that make the week a memorable one. Come join us, and enjoy the Lone Tree camp experience where the emphasis is on fun.
Day Camping at Lone Tree Scout Reservation in 2011
Day Camp is a week long adventure at Lone Tree where boys will participate in various cub scouting activities. Day Camp operates from 9am to 4pm Monday through Friday.
Day Camp is a week long adventure at Lone Tree where boys will participate in various Cub Scouting activities. Day Camp operates from 9 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday.
Week 1 - July 11-15
Week 2 - July 18-22
Week 3 - July 25-29
Week 4 - Aug 1-5
Camp Fees: $185.00 if Paid in full by May 1, 2011 (After May 1, fee is $210.00)
Barbecue & Campfire
Friday for Day Campers is a very special day at Camp. At 4:00 PM, the Cub Scouts will stay at Lone Tree Scout Reservation instead of going home. At that time, the Special Events will begin. At 6:00 PM a family barbecue is held for the entire family. At 7:00 p.m., a campfire program will take place.
Camp fee includes one T-shirt. Please indicate size on the registration form. Additional camp T-Shirts can be purchased in the camp Trading Post.
Day Camp Escorts
In order to maximize the campers fun and minimize den sizes, adult escorts are needed. An adult 21 years of age who volunteers for the week will receive a $70 rebate for their son’s day camp fee after camp.
This form is available on line or at the Council office or on our web site. It must be signed by both the parent and a physician per Massachusetts and New Hampshire state laws and returned to the Council Office two weeks prior to your arrival at camp. Be sure to keep a copy for your records.
What Should I Bring?
Scout Uniform, Comb, Brush, Mirror, Shorts, Long pants, Shirts, Extra underwear/socks, Cub Scout Handbook, Rain Coat or Poncho, Toothbrush/ Paste, Sweater or Jacket, Pajamas, Sneakers, Flashlight, Bathing Suit, Camera & film, Bath towel, Fishing Pole, Insect Repellent (non-aerosol), Hiking Shoes, Insect netting Medical form
Activities That CUB Scouts Do at LTSR
Waterfront - In a Guarded Swimming area.
Archery - Instruction with proper sized equipment. An emphasis on safety.
Handicrafts - Exciting projects with leather, wood and more.
BB Range - A safe, supervised program using Daisy BB guns.
Nature - Explore the wonders in our woods, fields and lakeside.
Sports - Have fun playing different sports and games.
Fort Preble - a real stockade fort for special programs and activities.