Cub Scout Adventure Camp

The Adventure. . .
takes place at the J. Warren Cutler Scout Reservation located near Naples, New York in the beautiful Bristol Hills. Cub Scouts live in one of five themed villages for three days and two nights. While there they participate in camp wide activities such as boating and fishing, swimming, nature, archery, and shooting sports as well as themed village programs.

Cub Scout Adventure Camp - Where will your next adventure be? (Length:1:38)


Cub Scout Adventure Camp Sessions

Cub Adventure Camp is scheduled with our parents in mind. It’s difficult to take time off from work to attend camp with your Scout during the summer but most will agree it’s worth it. Our schedule is family and work friendly.

Camp is fun when you attend as a Parent & Scout pair but it’s MUCH more fun when you attend as a Den or as a Pack. If your Pack or Den is attending as a group sign up together, if not, sign up on your own. Cub Scouts go camping in the summer, don’t miss out on the fun this summer.

Cub Scout Adventure Camp Sessions Schedule:

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Sessions

Session 1 - July 7 - July 9

Session 3 -  July 14 - July 16

Session 5 - July 21 - July 23

S​ession 7 - July 28 - July 30

Session 9 -  Aug 4 - Aug 6 (Mountain Man, Native American not Available)

Thursday, Friday, Saturday Sessions

Session 2 - July 11 - July 13

Session 4 - July 18 - July 20

Session 6 - July 25 - July 27

Session 8 -  Aug 1 - Aug 3 (Mountain Man, Native American not Available)

Girls Adventure Camp - August 1 - August 3

Parent-Friendly Session
Sometimes it's difficult for a Cub Scout to attend camp with one parent when there are non-Scouts who might be left at home. Have no fear!  Family Session is here!

Non-Scouts, both boys and girls age 4 - 11, can attend with their parent and a Cub Scout. One parent or both can attend with their Cub Scout and sibling, and camp at the Medieval Castle, High Seas or Native American villages. 

It's the least expensive family vacation you can find this summer and we provide the fun and food!

Family Session 1 - June 30 - July 2 (Saturday - Monday)

Webelos Week / Arrow of Light Week
This 6-day program is the ultimate experience for older Scouts. You'll learn essential survival and pioneering skills that you can take with you to a Boy Scout troop.

Your group will participate in outpost trips to some of the most beautiful areas of camp You'll build your own campsite and the fire on which you'll cook your meals. As part of your outpost adventure you'll also make the camp a better place by helping with a conservation project to help preserve the environment. Arrow of Light Week prepares you for Boy Scouts by familiarizing you with the Boy Scout program. 

Session 6W - July 25 - July 27

Solo Camp
For families who cannot attend camp with their Scout or Scouts who would like to attend for a second or third session.  Scouts stay for one or two sessions under camp provided leadership and without a parent. Solo camp is available during sessions 8 and/or 9 in the Native American Village. Bus transportation may be available for Scouts arriving for session 8 and leaving session 9.

Solo Week 1:  - Aug 1 - Aug 3
Solo Week 2 - Aug 4 - Aug 6

Cub Scout Adventure Camp Villages

The Medieval Castle : 

Step across the draw bridge and back into Medieval times. As a squire you'll create your own coat of arms and use it to decorate your tunic.

High Seas Pirate Ships: 
Ahoy mates and welcome to the High Seas! Grab your fishing pole and your bathing suit get ready for the adventure of a life time with your captain and first mate. You will battle other  ship in a sponge war, go on a scavenger hunt around camp and enjoy pirate fun.

The Native American Village: 
Welcome to life before the settlers came to America. With a longhouse, tepee and a totem pole, you will feel as though you have stepped back in time. During your stay, you'll feel as though you've stepped back in time. You'll learn traditional Native American games and crafts. A game of lacrosse will sharpen you skills and you'll leave with a new appreciation of Native American culture

The Pioneer Fort: 
Get ready for life in the 1800's when you step through the gates of Fort Radcliffe to meet your sheriff. You'll spend your days as settlers, making your own butter (ice cream) and hiking throughout camp. Sharpen your aquatics skills and lean about the plants and animals in the world around us.

The Mountain Man Brigade: 
Welcome to the rugged life on the frontier. Our rustic Mountain Man Village is where you'll learn essential wilderness survival and pioneering skills as you work on a conservation project with others in your brigade. (Webelos / Arrow of Light Scouts only for WEBELOS Weeks Session 8 & 9). 


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