A unique winter sport that anyone can play.
Try your hand at this timeless challenge
Take aim at a target and nail the bullseye with a BB gun
Enter the Octagon with your friends and try and be the last to survive the round!
Check out the nearby Cannon Valley Trail.
activities can be anything that gets your unit thinking scientifically
about a project.
It's like a giant bouncy house that's built into the ground.
Spend time together and build learning skills.
Learn to ice fish with Minnesota's finest, utilizing modern equipment to feed your patrol.
The familiar old trail that you've hiked dozens of times is suddenly new.
A toasty campfire is often the focus of any campout.
Can you hit the clay pigeon?
Our Low Ropes courses consist of real and imaginary challenges
Fishing is a great way to connect with nature, relieve some stress, learn how our ancestors used to acquire food, and more!
Webelos Scouts can look forward to playing this high energy and truly unique game.
Find the perfect spot at camp for that Kodak moment.
There sure are a lot of stars in the sky!
Dog Sledding is very unique activity available through the Snow Base Winter Camping Program. Dogs lead the way as riders are pulled behind.
Indoors or outdoors, camp can be the environment to try something new.
Try something new at Polar Cubs! Kick Sleds are a traditional Scandinavian activity that is similar to kick pushing a scooter, except you are on skis!
Who doesn't want a cup of cocoa at camp?
This game is just as it sounds, soccer with 4 goals instead of 2! Lion and Tiger Scouts can look forward to playing this game at Polar Cubs.
Start and stop a fire the right way.
Hiking at camp is a fantastic way to enjoy the environment.
Can you hit the bullseye?
We have climbing structures at four locations, providing physical and mental challenges to Scouts of all ages
This wintery twist on a classic game of tag will both keep you warm and be a ton of fun! Lion and Tiger Scouts can look forward to this game at Polar Cubs!
Most people think of this as a summer time activity, but at Polar Cubs we prove that it is just as much (maybe more) fun in the winter!
Get ready for your High Adventure trip by visiting one of our camps.
Use one of our knot/lashing kits to learn the basics of this Scouting skill.
Learning to cross ice safely is a crucial part to any fun winter adventure. Come to Winter Camp and we'll teach you how to test ice for safe crossing.
If you like playing Angry Birds, you will love playing Knock-It-Off at Polar Cubs! Scouts will build a structure using wood blocks and hope it can stand up to attacks from opposing teams.
Crafty things to do at our camps
is an orienteering course using hand-held GPS units.
Take up a bow and fire a few arrows toward the bullseye
Get yourself a camp souvenir or pick up something you may have forgotten at home.
Harness the power of the wind with kites ranging from 2-3 meters in area. Controlled with a trapeze style bar they fly where you direct them to.
A sport that almost everyone has played at least once, now play it with your new camp friends.
Take some time to warm up while at Polar Cubs and build a Lego car!
Get to feel what it's like to kick a crampon and stick an ice pick into our ice walls this winter.
After we review the safety rules of Scout Ranges, take aim with a rock
This game is a Polar Cubs original and it is a great way to warm up on those cold winter days! Lion - Bear Scouts can look forward to playing this activity at Polar Cubs.
Get a group together and play an active game.
Learn from professional rescuers through winter based Search and Rescue challenges all while staying warm in North Wind gear.
Can you toss a frisbee? If the answer is yes than you can try out
this cool activity.
Tossing around a flying disc isn't just for picnics or lazy days at the beach.
It's another activity you can do at our Archery Ranges
Bouldering provides challenging horizontal routes for climbers that like the unique challenge of going sideways instead of up and down.
All the fun of go-karts combined with biking at camp!
Opt out!! Outside that is with tent camping.
Experience the winter with power while riding on a snowmobile. Snowmobiling is an activity only for Scouts registered in the Venturing Program.
Boating can enrich an experience at camp whether it's just something you do for an hour or if it is the center of your outing.
Day or night, our nature trails make your hike even more exciting.
Stay warm while playing a real life size version of Foosball at Winter Camp
Get a chance to see some
pretty cool animals in the wild
Learn from life long skiers and professional snow boarders how to be the best, all while working towards earning Snow Sports merit badge.
Our camps are the the perfect setting for cross country skiing.
Map and compass is a key skill if you plan to do any backpacking
Learn to cook filling and tasty food in the arctic
Head out to camp for some classic winter fun.
Gather around a warm fire and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate at this Polar Cubs activity station. Share riddles, tell stories and enjoy the warmth before heading out to your next activity!
Webelos scouts will have a chance to take home a leather round with a Fleur de Lis branded on it to remember their time at Polar Cubs.
Check out these nearby ski hills while you're at our camps.
Our sled chutes are designed for the impossible to predict Minnesota weather
Come build winter shelters like Quinzees, Igloos, parachutes, or other wilderness survival like structures at our overnight winter programs.
After trying climbing walls, you might be ready to try climbing on nearby real rock!
Snowshoeing is an age-old activity essential to travelling in deep snow.
Enjoy the outdoors and hanging with your unit while doing new team building games each season.
We can provide you with the canoes, a trailer to haul them, life jackets and paddles.
Hit the trails this on a Fat Tire Bike and explore the trails in a new way
Our mind challenging and heart pounding elements give you a chance to test your ability to conquer fear and build self-confidence.
Before the 1900's logging was done completely with the use of horses and oxen at the hands of lumberjacks. Join the Draft Horse Logging program and experience it first hand.
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