Cub Scout Day Camp

The Cub Scout Day Camp program is both a fun and educational event offered each summer to potential Cub Scouts, Cub Scouts and Webelos who want an exciting 3-4 day event. Some of the activities that are held at camp will give the Scouts an opportunity to earn some achievements towards their rank advancement; other activities will be for the fun and enjoyment of the outdoors. A team of volunteers in your district is busily planning a fantastic camp for 2018. The theme this year is PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE!

Cub Scout Day Camps in the Great Rivers Council are conducted by trained and certified directors who use the standards as set by the Boy Scouts of America to ensure a quality program is being offered. Cub Scouts attend camp with their own pack leadership or parents. The program is staffed by volunteer leadership who are trained in the area in which they are assisting. Boy Scouts are also encouraged to help at camp as Den Chiefs (they must be 14 years old and be a First Class Scout to assist. Each day camp is different in location and program but follows the same theme as the rest of the camps in the Council. 

Scouts will have all sorts of amazing adventures at Day Camp, some of which may include shooting bb guns and archery, play games, building a treasure chest, learning about other parts of the world, singing songs, doing skits, and most of all HAVING FUN!

Each of our seven geographical districts will be offering a camp, and Scouts can attend any camp (or camps) they choose. Cub Scouts and potential Cub Scouts that want to attend day camp in another area are not only allowed but encouraged. Boys and Girls that are not already in Cub Scouts should contact David Harris at David.Harris@Scouting.org or 573-449-2561 Ext. 203 to get signed up for Cub Scouts before trying to register for Day Camp.  The cost of camp this year is $50 ($15 for Mark Twain & LaPlata Camps).  Check the chart below for registration and late fee deadlines.

Registrations are ONLY being accepted online, but in order to save you additional fees, payments are to be sent to the council office.


Remember, ALL participants (youth & adult) will need to provide a current BSA Health & Medical form (parts A & B only) upon asrival at camp.  That form can be found HERE


The Leader information gathering sheet can be found HERE


REGISTRATION WILL BE LIVE BEGINNING MARCH 15TH.  Registration deadlines vary by camp location.   Click the camp link below to go to the registration page.


Camp Location Dates Times Camp Director(s) Director Contact Registration Begins Late Fees Begin Registration Ends

Mark Twain Lake


June 1 & 2

Friday evening and Saturday morning. 

Details to come.

Tiffany Blickhan (573) 655-4711 3/15/18 4/30/18 5/18/18


LaPlata Lake

June 2 8am - 5pm Brandy & Chad Allen (660) 766-2416 3/15/18 4/30/18 5/18/18


Stephens Lake Park

June 6-8

Wed. Evening time not confirmed

Thu. and Fri.
8 AM-5 PM

Tracy & Tony Keel (573) 864-3938 3/15/18 5/2/18 5/23/18


Hillbilly Fairgrounds

June 7-9

Thu. and Fri. 5-9 PM

Sat. 9 AM-3 PM


Annette Tull (573) 374-6838 3/15/18 5/3/18 5/24/18


Missouri Military Academy

June 7-9

Thu & Fri 5pm - 8:30pm

Saturday 9am - 2pm

Patience Fox & Dawn Seiling (573) 268-4893 3/15/18 5/3/18 5/24/18


Missouri State Fairgrounds

June 13-16

Wed-Fri 6pm - 9pm

Sat 8:30am  -11am

Brian Geary & Tara Lappat

(660) 287-7613

(660) 620-2153

3/15/18 5/9/18 5/30/18

Jefferson City

Jaycees Cole County Fairgrounds


June 26-29 8am - 5pm Ed Kniest (573) 680-3087 3/15/18 5/23/18 6/12/18

Contact David Harris via email or at 573-449-2651 Ext. 203 with questions or concerns.