2015 Summer Programs
Cub Scout Resident Camp - Day Camp - Webelos Camp
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The 2014 theme for Camp Snyder is SPACE CAMP!! Scouts will experience the undiscovered planet as they learn about it's plant and animal life, construct space stations, practice with their laser gun (bb guns), collect geological samples and finally construct a rocket to take them back home. As in the previous years, each camp will have a balance of just for fun activities along with pins, belt loops, Achievements, Electives and Activity Badges for the Scouts to earn during their stay.
2015 Summer Program Fees
|Register by April 15||Register by May 15||Register or Pay after June 15||Adults**|
|Adventure Days (Day Camp)||$190||$210||$230||$30|
|Cub Resident Camp||$205||$225||$245||$95*|
|Webelos Resident Camp||$240||$260||$280||$60|
All fees or remaining balance are due by June 15th.
**Adult fees - adult fees may be shared by different individuals who will not be at camp at the same time. For example: During Adventure Days, a Pack may send a different adult each day of the program, but will only need to pay the adult fee once.
*Adventure Days Adult Fees - Applies to Den Walkers. The $20 fee is for lunch ($5 per lunch for 4 days) Four different adults may share the $20 if they are not attending on the same day.
Adult-to-Youth Ratio for Cub Resident Camp and Webelos Camp:The minimum leadership requirements for any Cub Scout unit attending resident camp is a ratio of two adults to a maximum of eight boys and one additional adult for each four boys
Cub Scout Resident Camp
Camp Snyder will conduct four sessions for Cub Resident Camp in 2015. Cub Resident Camp is your introduction to what Boy Scout camp can be like. Scouts and their adult leaders/parents will live in 5- person BSA wall tents with cots and platforms, eat at the camp dining hall and experience a wonderful program. The program at camp includes opportunities for Scouts to earn Achievements, Pins, Belt Loops, and several just-for-fun activities. The importance of Cub Resident camp to a Cub Scout and their family is tremendous! Resident Camp will develop your son’s or dens’ self-reliance and resourcefulness by providing learning experiences in which campers acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to their well being.
Cub Resident Camp
Thursday at 6pm - Sunday at 9am
Session 1 July 9 - July 12
Session 2 July 16 - July 19
Session 3 July 23 - July 26
Session 4 July 30 - August 2
(There will be a optional Friday morning check in from 8:00 - 10:00 am for families who may not be able to arrive on Thursday evening)
Meals provided starting with Friday breakfast through Sunday breakfast
Cub Adventure Days
Camp Snyder will conduct 4 Adventure Days sessions for Cub Scouts in 2015. Cub Adventure Days is a great Day Camp experience for all Scouts from Tiger through Webelos and their families to experience a campout without the overnight sleeping. Each day will begin at 9:00 am and conclude at 4:00 pm with lunch included in the cost of camp. Every day will be different from the one before with Scouts visiting all of the Camp Snyder program areas by the end of the week.
Cub Adventure Days
Monday - Thursday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Day Only / Lunch Included
Session 1 July 6 - July 9
Session 2 July 13 - July 16
Session 3 July 20 - July 23
Session 4 July 27 - July 30
Camp Snyder will conduct two different sessions for Webelos Resident Camp in 2015. Webelos camp is a big step for the Webelos I or II working on Activity Badges. Scouts will camp overnight just like when they become Boy Scouts to get the full summer camp experience in a shorter setting. Most of your time will be spent working towards advancing in your Webelos trail on the way to becoming a Boy Scout. There’s plenty of other fun activities to fill your week including games, trips to the pool and more. Webelos will also be able to work on some free time activities that will include the more advanced pins from the Cub Scout Academic and Sports program.
Sunday 6:00 pm – Friday 9:00 am
Session 1 August 2- August 7
Session 2 August 9 - August 14
Meals provided starting with Monday breakfast through Friday breakfast
2014 Pre-Registration Form and Roster (paper version)
2014 Registration Guide for Parents and Leaders (Full Guide) - updated 3/7/14
ONLINE LEADER/PARENTS GUIDE:
For your convenience the 2014 Registration Guide for Parents and Leaders can be downloaded as a full booklet (above) or by individual sections (below)
1. Registering for Camp
2. Planning for Camp
3. Arriving at Camp
4. Your week at Camp
Your Safety at Camp
General Camp Information
General Camp Information - Directions
General Camp Information - The Dining Hall
Health Forms Parts ABC
Special Dietary Needs Request