Laurel Highlands Council

Community Day Camp

Cub Scout Camping

Community Day Camp


Dragons, Dreams, and Wizardly Deeds!

Cub Scout Day Camp is three days of exciting fun, exciting program activities and adventure at a location close to home with no overnight stay. Day Camp is an introductory outdoor program for Tigers, Cub Scouts, and Webelos with little camping experience. Programs are run by BSA National Camp School trained volunteers and are inspected and accredited annually by the Laurel Highlands Council.

Our summer theme, Dragons, Dreams, and Wizardly Deeds, allows us to create and deliver a program of challenge, creativity, adventure, and learning. Both daytime and evening "twilight" camp opportunities are available. Scouts, families, dens, and packs can attend any camp that fits their schedule provided they have the required adult leadership. They are also welcome to attend more than one day camp as each one is a little different.

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2019 Dates and Locations

Date Location
June 12-14 Mingo Creek Park
June 12-14 Camp Seph Mack
June 19-21 Bedford Rod & Gun Club
June 19-21 South Park
June 19-21 Settler's Cabin Park
June 20-22 Camp Potomac**
June 24-26 Camp Anawanna
June 24-26 Berlin Grove
July 1-3 Camp Guyasuta
July 10-12 Keystone District (TBA)
July 15-17 Camp Anderson**
July 17-19 Camp Baker
July 29-31 Cecil Park**

** Twilight evening camp

2019 Fees

Group Cost Paid in Full by*
Scout $60.00 April 15, 2019
Scout $70.00 May 15, 2019
Scout $85.00 May 16, 2019, or after
Participating Sibling** $50  
Adult $10  

*In order to avoid late fees, unit payments must be received at one of the council service centers by the payment dates listed above or the price will be bumped to the next level 

**Siblings must be entering 1st Grade

BSA Health and Medical Forms

All Scouts, siblings (participating and non-participating), and adults will need to complete and submit a BSA Health & Medical Record parts A & B. Forms will be returned at the end of the day camp. Forms not picked up will be destroyed.  

Adult Requirements

All adults supervising more youth than their own children will need to present proof of completion of BSA youth protection training as well as their PA State Police, PA Child Abuse and either the PA affidavit for those who have lived in the state for more than 10 years or the FBI clearance for those who have lived out of state. More information about the BSA's Youth Protection Training and how to obtain these clearances can be found on the Youth Protection page of this website.