Have Questions about Cub Scout Day/Twilight Camps?
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Camp Resources / Information
- Annual Health & Medical Form- Parts A & B (for events lasting less than 72 hours)
- Annual Health & Medical Form- Parts A, B & C (physical required)
- Work at a camp
- Campership Application (financial assistance, only for GSLAC Scouts)
- Special Diet Requests
- Access Your Unit's Account
- 2022 Refund Request Form
- Need to Delete Participants? Do so HERE
- Homesick Scouts - Best Practices
- Cub Scout Camp Marketing Resources
- 2022 Day Camp Placemat Order Form
- Day Camp FAQ
- Overnight Camp FAQ
- Cub Scout Summer Camp Flyer (all camps)
- 2022 Day Camp Flyer - Fillable
- Multiple Camps Day Camp Flyer_Fillable
- 2022 Day Camp Parents Guide
Find the Day or Twilight Camp that is right for you HERE.
Completed health forms parts A and B, close-toed shoes, water bottle, lunch/snack, leadership, and swimming gear if required.
No! Just parts A and B (no doctor signature required).
Please pre-register to guarantee your patch, t-shirt and enough supplies. While walk-ins are welcome, we encourage everyone to pre-register for us to effectively prepare for camp.
Early bird discount of $10 off is available until 11:59PM on April 13th 2022. There is a discount for a second week (or third or fourth) of Grizzly Camp at the discounted rate of $105 per week. For every adult volunteer who works on staff at a day camp for all the days of day camp, they can receive a 50% discount off of day camp registration.
The early bird discount will be automatically deducted from the total at registration. For the other two discounts, please contact the program department 314-361-0600 to redeem.
Summer Camp Refund Policy: Summer Camp fees are refunded only under extenuating circumstances or medical emergencies. If a refund is sought, this refund request form must be filled out and submitted by August 31 for consideration. Refund requests made after June 1st are only eligible for a refund of 75% of the total camp fee due to expenses already incurred by the camp
Refund request forms can be found here: https://stlbsa.org/activities/camping/
There must be a ratio of 1 adult per every 8 children at day camp, however, all Tigers (entering 1st grade in the fall) must have an adult tiger partner with them. Lions are not old enough to attend day camp. The Boy Scouts of America asks that two adults attend every pack activity, including day camp, to fulfill two deep leadership.
Certain camps offer paid leadership at camp, where there is no adult leadership requirement. Those camps include: Grizzly Camp at Beaumont
If you do not have a second leader for two deep leadership, we will pair you with another group at day camp to fulfill that requirement. Or we encourage you to have your child attend a paid leadership camp.
At least 7 years old (or entering the 1st grade in the fall) and older. All Tigers (entering 1st grade in the fall) must have an adult tiger partner with them. All children older must adhere to the adult leadership requirement of 1 adult per every 8 children.
Lions may not attend day camp per the National Boy Scouts of America’s amendment on the Lion program.
No! We welcome any child (boy or girl) to attend day camp if they are of Cub Scout age (at least 7 years old or entering the 1st grade in the fall). Remember, all Tigers (entering 1st grade in the fall) must have an adult Tiger partner with them.
Yes! We welcome any child (boy or girl) to attend day camp if they are of Cub Scout age (at least 7 years old or entering the 1st grade in the fall). Remember, all Tigers (entering 1st grade in the fall) must have an adult tiger partner with them.
We encourage everyone to sign up with their pack. But you are able to sign up as a family. Either way, we will group you with the other families in your pack. Questions about signing up for day camp can be directed to the program department at email@example.com
Utilize the parent portal to help assist you in registering multiple scouts from different families for summer camp. Information can be found here: Parent Portal How-To Guide
A campership is a scholarship to attend camp that is offered for up to 50% off the cost of day camp. Camperships are on a first come first serve basis, and are awarded to those who cannot afford the cost of camp.
To complete a campership form, simply register your child(ren) and during the process you will indicate whether you want to apply for a campership. The online registration system is where you will fill out the form.
The camper ship application form can be found HERE.
Camperships are only available to Scouts and units registered in the Greater St. Louis Area Council.
Yes. You are welcome to participate anytime but remember, it could interfere with specific advancements if you miss an activity that is an advancement requirement. You will still have to pay the full price for the week of camp even if you miss a day (or two) or arrive late. Please email your day camp director to let them know if you will miss time at camp.
With your registration, each camper will receive one patch and one t-shirt. For an additional fee of $3 per patch and $6 per t-shirt, you may purchase an extra (while supplies last) through your day camp director or trading post.
Most day camps do not offer before or after care, if this is an area of concern, feel free to reach out to the day camp director of the camp(s) you are interested in and inquire.
Grizzly Day Camps do offer before or after care. Before care is one hour prior 8AM to 9AM and after care is 4PM to 6PM. You must pay for either before or after care even if you only need it for part of the week.
Many of our day camps achieve advancements during the week. Please reach out to the individual day camp director of the camp(s) you are interested in to inquire further.
Yes! If you are a registered adult, you are more than welcome to volunteer at day camp. If you aren’t registered yet, we can sign you up. Please email/call the day camp director of the camp(s) you are interested in to inquire about what position you could help with.
No day camps supply lunch. You will need to bring a lunch/dinner and/or a snack. Also, please make sure to bring a reusable water bottle.
Sorry about that! For questions specific to the day camp(s) you are interested in, please email/call the day camp director or program director listed on the registration site.
Go the the Cub Scout Day/Twilight Camps page, find the camp you are interested in and click "Register". On this registration page you will be able to find the contact information for that camp's Camp Director and Program Director.