What is Family Camp? Family Camp is an opportunity for all Cub Scouts and their families to enjoy an outdoor camping experience together in a non‐challenging, low‐stress environment. For many young scouts & their families, this may be the first time they have ever slept outdoors or set up a tent. Family Camp is an easy and safe way to learn about outdoor adventure. Most of all, this is an opportunity for our entire pack family to better get to know each other and have some fun! Activities include archery, bb guns, swimming, hiking, and a variety of Cubmaster Christian’s wildly fun pack activities.
Dates: Starts on Friday, August 12, 2011, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm check‐in . Ends on Sunday, August 14, 2011, 12:00 noon check‐out.
Location: Orange County Outdoor Education Center (Next to Irvine Park). The center features a dining hall, showers, and flush toilets.
Meals: All meals will be provided by the camp, except for Friday evening meal. Campers are welcome to bring their own between‐meal snacks if desired.
Cost: $55.00 per person for the weekend (including meals), if paid by the June 15th campfire. ($70 per person after the 15th, IF there is still space available.)
What to bring: The basics include tent, sleeping bags, Class A scout uniform, Class B Scout uniform, swimsuit & towel, other casual clothes as needed, toiletries. A more complete checklist will be provided at a later date.
Who is eligible to attend: All scout members of Pack 811 may attend. Each scout must have at least one parent or legal guardian with them in camp. Scouts must all sleep in tents with their parent or guardian – no sleepovers with their buddies. Immediate family members of the scouts may also attend, but not extended family members and other friends.
How to sign up: Sign up on-line HERE, or at the pack meeting on May 22. Payment is required to confirm reservation. Checks should be made out to Cub Pack 811.
Questions? Please contact Jim.