*COVID-19 Updates: Program will be adapted to follow social distancing guidelines, small group sizes, and use of face coverings as appropriate. Website will be updated accordingly to reflect changes.
Who can go to Fall Day Camp?
Calling all Cub Scouts! Fall Day Camp is open to all Cub Scouts, their families, and friends.
How much does it cost?
2020 fees are below.
- Youth (ages 5 & up) $11
- Youth (4 & under) FREE
- Adults FREE
New Cub Scouts can attend for FREE!
Any Scout who has registered this fall can attend Fall Day Camp for free! Your Cubmaster will receive a passcode to help your New Scout get registered. This code can be entered at the time of registration. Your passcode may only be used for New Scouts registered in fall of the current season, any additional siblings or Scouts will have to pay the full youth fee ($11).
When is Fall Day Camp?
Fall Day Camp is offered every weekend in October at camps throughout the metro area. See the register tab for specific dates at each location.
What should I bring to camp?
Please bring a water bottle, closed-toed shoes (mandatory at camp), warm layers (we will be outside most of the day), and rain gear (just in case), and part A & B of the BSA Medical Form and the Shooting Sports Permission Slip.
What forms do I need to bring to camp?
Each participant must have a completed BSA Medical Form (Parts A and B only- all participants) and the Minnesota Shooting Sports Waiver (youth only). Additionally in 2020, each participant will need to bring a completed Participant Health Screening Checklist when you arrive to camp.
What food is provided at Fall Day Camp?
Food is not provided for Fall Day Camp 2020.
Where do I go to Check-In?
- Stearns Scout Camp - Tonkawa Lodge
- Phillippo Scout Reservation - Seeonee Lodge
- Rum River Scout Camp - Thurston Lodge
- Base Camp - TeamBuilding Center front desk
- Kiwanis Scout Camp
What are the payment timelines and refund options?
Registration will open September 8, 2020.
All payments are due in full at the time of registration. If a family decides to no longer attend camp due to health risk, we will refund all fees paid if the request is received by our office at least one week in advance of the start of their camp session. Requests outside of this timeframe will be evaluated individually.
Will There be changes to the camp schedule and program offerings in 2020?
Overall camp capacities as well as group sizes have been adjusted to follow current guidelines from the MN Departments of Health. The program schedule will look slightly different than years past. During the session you will still participate in all of our traditional Fall Day Camp activities such as Crafts, Nature, BB Guns, and Archery (activities vary by location).. However, this year groups will travel to each station together as a unit. Additionally, large group gatherings such as assemblies will be replaced with a Pack/Family level version.