Cub Scout Camp - Camp Bradley
July 27-July 30
UPDATE *** SUMMER CAMPS OF THE MOUNTAIN WEST COUNCIL
Due to COVID-19, we are disappointed to inform you of the 2020 suspension of Camp Morrison, Camp Bradley, the Salmon River High Adventure Base, Webelos Woods, Cub Resident Camp, Day Camps and other activities and programs scheduled for units that are scheduled on camp properties of the Mountain West Council. This unanimous decision was made on May 20 by our Council's Executive Committee after a very through discussion.
Cub Scout Camp is a fun 3-day experience for Cub Scouts along with their leaders and/or parents. While immersed in adventures of the wild, Cubs take part in activities such as archery, BB guns, nature hikes, crafts, swimming. It is possible that Webelos can earn activity pins, and Wolf and Bear Cubs can also complete advancement requirements. Tigers are also welcome, as well as our new female Cub Scouts! All Camp meals are provided by the Camp Staff. Bring your own Camping gear - Only Tent Camping is available. There are Restrooms, Showers available. All of this for the very reasonable cost of only $100 per person - both youth and adults.
WHO CAN ATTEND?
- All Tiger, Wolf, Bear, WEBELOS, and Arrow of Light Scouts are welcome to attend. Scouts should register as the rank they will be at the end of the 2019-2020 school year. (eg. If a scout will be finishing 2nd grade, going into 3rd grade, they will register as a Bear)
- With the exception of Tigers, who need to attend with their adult partner, not every parent needs to camp. Each unit must provide two deep leadership.
- Note that if a scout is not attending with his unit, then he must attend with his parent or guardian or make an arrangement with another unit.
- An adult must be at least 21 years of age and a registered leader or participating parent. All adults are required to have current Youth Protection Training. A registered female adult leader 21 years of age or over must be present for any activity involving female youth. National Scouting Policy requires two-deep leadership: two registered adult leaders/parents. Cub Scout Camp maintains the above ratios of Leadership to ensure BSA’s National Standard is met. In the instance that a Pack does not have a second or subsequent leader/parent, we will pair those scouts and leader with another pack to allow them to attend.
- If the unit is attending Cub Scout Camp, they are responsible for all of the registered members of the unit. The unit leadership is responsible for supervising their youth.
If you have additional questions, please contact our Camp Director - Carroll Cone by EMAIL -OR- Contact the Mountain West Council at Twin Falls Office (208) 733-2067 or CLICK HERE to email Twin Falls Office -OR- Boise Office (208) 376-4411 or CLICK HERE to email the Boise Office