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Summer Camp Programs 2017

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Cub Scout Resident Camp

Cub Scout Day Camp & STEM Day Camp 

Webelos Resident Camp

CWBS Summer CampCamp William B. Snyder’s summer programs offer advancement opportunities for all Cub Scouts, from Tigers through Webelos. Throughout the course of their stay, Cub Scouts will have the opportunity to complete various requirements for achievements and electives for their rank along with activity badges for Webelos. These opportunities will be mixed in with the day-to-day fun activities that are a tradition at Camp Snyder including Archery, BB shooting, swimming, fishing, nature hikes and more!

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Camp Snyder Summer Program Schedule

All refunds will be granted less a 15% processing fee if requested on or before June 15th, 2017. All units are encouraged to find a replacement for Cub Scouts and Adults who must cancel. After June 15th, no refunds will be granted.

Please note that our Early Bird Payment deadline ends on April 16th, 2017. The second payment deadline ends on May 21th, 2017. After that time, all payments will be charged at the highest amount. If you need additional information please contact the camp by email Camp.Snyder@Scouting.org or by phone 571-248-4904. 

To Register for Camp Please Select the Date and Camp.

July 10-14 Webelos Week 1
July 14-16 Resident Weekend 1
July 17-20 Cub Day Camp 1
July 21-23 Resident Weekend 2
July 24-27 STEM Day Camp
July 28-30 Resident Weekend 3
July 31-Aug 3 Cub Day Camp 2
Aug 4-6 Resident Weekend 4
Aug 7-11 Webelos Week 2
Parents and Leaders Guide 2017

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CWBS Gaga BallCub Scout Resident Camp
Cub Resident Camp is your bite sized introduction to a Boy Scout summer camp program. All registered Cubs, Tigers – Webelos and their adult leaders/parents sleep on cots in 4 person BSA wall tents that sit on raised platforms, eat in the camp dining hall and experience a full day into night program. The program at camp includes opportunities for Scouts to earn Adventure Loops, and many just-for-fun activities. The importance of Cub Resident camp to a registered 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.

Sessions run from Friday at  9:00am to Sunday at 9:00am, and feature overnight camping.

Meals are provided starting with Friday lunch through Sunday continental breakfast.

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Cub Scout Day Camps
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Cub Scout Day Camp is a great means for all Scouts from Tiger through Webelos and their families to experience Camp Snyder without the overnight component. Each day will begin at 9:00 am and conclude at 4:00 pm. Lunch is included in the cost of camp for Scouts and their adult chaperones.

Sessions run from Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Day Only / Lunch Included

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STEM_logoCub Scout STEM Day Camp!
The NCAC STEM program is coming to Camp Snyder for one week only. Spaces are limited so sign up early for this unique blend of BBs, Archery, Swimming and STEM programs in geology, space exploration, secret codes and ecosystem. Each day will begin at 9:00 am and conclude at 4:00 pm with lunch included in the cost of camp.

Sessions run from Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Day Only / Lunch Included

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Webelos Resident Camp
CWBS Big DigWebelos camp is a big step for the Webelos I or Arrow of Light Scouts working on rank adventures. 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 trips to the pool and more.

Monday 9:00am – Friday 9:00 am
Overnight / Meals are  provided from Monday lunch – Friday continental breakfast

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Summer Camp Registration – AVAILABLE NOW!
Quick Online Registration Facts

If you have any questions about the registration process, please call Camp Snyder at (571) 248-4904 or email Camp.Snyder@Scouting.org.

Lone Cub Scouts attending camp without their Pack may be registered by their parent or guardian.

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Forms

NCAC_Campership_Form (Due April 1, )
If the registered Scout will be applying for a Campership do not register them until the Campership has been confirmed.

CWBS Special Dietary Needs Request  – Special Dietary Needs – Requests should be made for medical or religious purposes only.The Special Dietary Needs Request form must be submitted to camp at least two weeks before arrival in order for our Food Service Manager to be able to accommodate the request.

Health Forms

Health forms – Parts A & B  are required for ALL attendees at any Day Camp or Resident Weekend program. Parts A, B & C  are required for our Webelos Resident Program.  Units must provide health forms for ALL attendees to include parents, guardians, den walkers, and Cub Scouts. Health forms are turned in when you check in and retrieved at check out.

Additionally all attendees who plan to swim and / or participate in the BSA swim test must complete the NCAC Scout Camp Risk Factors Certification Form.

BSA Health Form AB and C

 

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Camp Fees
Only the Cub Scouts that you register prior to a fee deadline will receive that fee. Scouts registered afterwards will pay the next tier in pricing.

Adult Fees
Adult fees may be shared by different individuals who will not be at camp at the same time.

Cub Scout Day Camp Adult Fees – Applies to Den Walkers. The $30 fee is for lunch. Four different adults may share the $30 if they are not attending on the same day.

Adult-to-Youth Ratio for Summer Camp

The minimum leadership requirement for Resident Camp is a ratio of two adults to a maximum of four boys and one additional adult for each four boys thereafter, Two-Deep leadership is required. A minimum of two registered adult leaders, or one registered leader and a parent of a participating Scout or other adult, one of whom must be 21 years of age or older, are required while at Camp Snyder.

Best practice is for the unit to provide for three adult leaders at all times regardless of the number of Cub Scouts; just in case an adult is called away or must accompany Cub Scouts to a location other than the rest of the den.

One-to-one contact between adults and youth members is not permitted. Each Scout is required to attend camp under adult supervision. Camp Staff is not responsible for the day-today supervision of Scouts.

Refund Policy
Refunds for all camps will be granted, less 15% handling fee, until June 15.

After June 15, no refunds will be granted. All units are encouraged to find a replacement for the Cub Scout or Webelos Scout that must cancel.

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2016 Achievements Toward Rank

Cub and Webelos Scouts who attended a 2016 Camp Snyder Summer Program potentially earned achievements toward rank provided they participated fully in the program, attending each day. These achievements are listed in the documents below:

2016 CWBS Cub Resident Camp Achievements

2016 CWBS Cub Day Camp Achievements

2016 CWBS Webelos Resident Camp Achievements

2016 CWBS STEM Day Camp Achievements