Cub Scout Day Camp and Family Camp


The Highlight of a Cub Scouts Year

June 19-23




Cub Day Camp includes camp favorites such as BB-Guns, Archery, and Aquatics each day, along with other activities throughout the week. Scouts will be provided lunch in the dining hall.

Cub Family Camp starts in the evenings after Day Camp dismisses. Scouts will get to participate in open program areas and other fun evening activities, spend the night at camp, and enjoy dinner and breakfast in the dining hall. A Parent/Guardian must be present for Family Camp, and the first parent is included in a youth registration

You may register for as many days and/or nights and select which days and/or nights that you wish to attend, to accommodate your busy schedule.

2017 Summer Camp Information [Download Here, 5MB >>]

2017 Cub Scout Leader Guide [Download Here, 1MB >>]

Camp Map [PDF, 4.9MB] >>

Register Online Here >>

Register By Mail [PDF, 56KB] >>

Summer Camp Email Updates >>

 

Program

In addition to shooting sports, aquatics, scoutcraft(outdoor skills), scouts are encouraged to hike the trails in and around 7MC, attend twilight activities if they're staying the night, and engage in evening campfires. Check out the leader guide for more information.

 


Facilities

Along with cozy and comfortable accommodations that include tent camping sites with pavilions, Seven Mountains features indoor and outdoor gathering spaces, a lake and swimming pool, dining facilities, and more; altogether 230 acres of forest surrounded by even more wilderness.

Learn More about Seven Mountains’ facilities >>

Staff conversing with scouts

Camp Staff

Seven Mountains staff are trained to keep visitors safe and to make each scout's camp experience the best it can be. Although many staffers return summer after summer, we are always looking for new members of our camp staff team!

Contact the 7MC directors >>

Learn more about becoming a staff member >>