Cub Day Camp 2018

Theme 2018 - Passport to Adventure

Cub Scout Day Camp provides an introduction to Scouting's Outdoor Programs. We are proud to provide programs that offer hands-on building and discovery projects.

See photos here!

Register Here for Day Camp!

Weeks of Camp

NOTE: Please bring sack lunch daily. 

Important Forms:

2018 Cub Day Camp Flyer

2018 Cub Day Camp Registration

Adult Volunteer Application

Den Chief Application

BSA Medical Form

What is Day Camp? 

Cub Scout Day Camp is truly the best week of a Cub Scout's Summer! Day Camp is a week-long day-camp adventure where Cub Scouts and parents experience a bigger part of Scouting. Each camp offers a variety of activities, often including arts and crafts, games, archery, sports and Scout Skills. Activities at this year's day camp centered around the theme of "Passport to Adventure". Cub Scouts have three day camps to choose from. Pick one or pick all three!
Cub Scout Day Camp is open to all registered Cub Scouts -- Tigers, Wolves, Bears, and Webelos. New Tiger Cubs (entering first grade in fall 2018) must be accompanied by an adult partner. Parents are encouraged to join in the fun by serving as a den leader at camp. All day camps offer one free T-Shirt per Cub Scout. Day Camp Fee paid by June 2, 2018 $120.00 per week. After June 2nd $140.00 per week.

Cost to attend:

$120/week on or before June 2
$140/week after June 2

  • Reduced rate (-$5/day) if adult volunteers for the week

Who Goes to Day Camp?

For boys entering Kinder through 5th grades. Choose any week or attend multiple weeks.

Questions? Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (562) 427-0911 x243


Cub Scout Day Camp 2014 from atallman on Vimeo.


Why Send Your Cub Scout to Day Camp?

  1. Improve self esteem, self respect, and self confidence
  2. Make friends and develop social skills
  3. Fun learning opportunities
  4. A safe place to be with friends
  5. Try something new
  6. Become more responsible 
  7. Improve leadership skills
  8. Encourage independence 
  9. Excitement in the outdoors