You can choose to pay the full amount online with a credit/debit card or personal check. If you choose to pay the “$0 Deposit” for each participant, you must bring/mail a check to our council office within 7 days (whenever possible). Please include a note with the name of the cub camp and who completed the online registration, so the payment can be applied correctly (this $0 deposit option is not available for the family camporee in April).
All registered Cub Scouts can apply for scholarships (financial assistance) for any of the camps. 2016 Cub Scout Scholarship Application. Once approved, Debi will apply a “credit” toward that Scout’s fees, then email you to let you know how much is still due. Contact her if your Scout has registered (or wants to register) for the April family camporee.
No, most cub camp participants do not need a physical completed by a phyician. Use the “Health Form for All Scouting Events“. But, any participant with a serious health issue should use the Health Form with Physical, so we can provide the best care possible.
Turn in all completed health forms at camp, on the first day of “check-in”. Our Health Officer will go through each one that day, to make sure they have been completed properly.
There will be a Trading Post at each camp. The schedule will provide details.
If you register as a Pack or Den, at least 2 adults are required (3 for 8-13 scouts; 4 for 14-19 scouts, and so on). If registering as a family (parent with scout), only 1 adult is required.
Yes, advancement opportunities under the new Cub Scouting Program are available for every rank. A list of the advancements that Scouts may accomplish will be handed out at check-in.
Archery, Climbing Wall, & Medieval Castle Games, to name a few. See the schedule for more!
For additional questions, please contact us, or check out our full FAQ on the NEIC Web Site.