Wolf Resident Camp

**Registration will be available beginning 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, until Wolf Camp has met its pre-determined capacity OR through Tuesday, March 23, 2021, at 5:00 p.m., whichever comes first. After that, you will need to sign-up campers for Wolf Camp by contacting Barbara Thatsanithone at Barbara.Thatsanithone@scouting.org.

2021 Wolf Camp Sessions
Sessions have a limited capacity
Session Number Session Date
Session 1 June 15-16, 2021
Session 2 June 22-23, 2021
Session 3 June 29-30, 2021

Click Below on February 16, 2021 at 9 AM to Register for Wolf Camp

Register Here

2021 Wolf Camp Flyer Cub World Map Special Needs Form  Camping Resources

Wolf Camp programs are conducted during the summer at the Theodore Naish Scout Reservation as a two-day, one-night experience. It is designed especially for scouts going into 2nd grade and their parents. Wolf Resident Camp is a one-on-one camping experience. Each Scout spends 2 full days and 1 night of fun in the wilderness of Cub World. Scouts and their adult partner will participate in many exciting activities listed below.

  • Water Park — Swimming
  • Theme Related Activities — Crafts, Games
  • Outdoor Cooking
  • Special Events
  • Exciting Campfire with Staff and Cub Scout Participation
  • Field Sports — BB Guns, Action Archery
  • Nature and Conservation
  • Campsite Living
  • Central Camp Trading Post


General Information

Wolf Resident Camp is a one-on-one camping experience. Therefore, every youth attending camp must have an adult partner. Special circumstances require the approval of a Heart of America Council Representative.

  • We will only collect the $30.00 non-refundable deposit per full-time camper fee at the time of registration in February. You are not expected to pay the full payment or provide names during this online sign-up process. You should be prepared to provide the following information when you register for Wolf Camp:
    • The total number of all full-time scout and adult campers your unit is signing up. Note: Any spots held will be subject to a non-refundable deposit if removed before or on the final payment date. Make sure to reserve a realistic number of campers.
    • When registering for camp, you will have the option to Pay Now or Pay Later. Select your method of payment information.
      • Pay Now Option- Credit Card or Debit Card
      • Pay Later Option- Check (If this option is selected, payment will need to be received in 5 business days to finish registration. If payment is not received in 5 business days, it is not a guarantee the spots will be available.)
    • Primary and Secondary Wolf Camp Contact Person Information (strongly recommended to be individuals going to Wolf Camp).
  • All youth campers attending Wolf Camp must be registered members of the BSA. There are no exceptions to this policy.
    • There are no part-time youth campers at Wolf Camp.
  • At least two (2) adults camping at Wolf Camp must be registered with the BSA; it is encouraged that all adults attending Wolf Camp be registered with the BSA.
    • Please ensure all youth and two (2) adults are registered before arriving at Wolf Camp. This will make your check-in much smoother and prevent us from asking campers to go home until they become registered.
    • ALL Adults are required to complete Youth Protection Training before attending camp. Bring a copy of the certificate to camp when checking in.
    • Regardless of the parental relationship between female youth and male adults, if a unit has 1 or more female youth attending Wolf Camp, there must be a female leader attending from the unit or they must partner with another unit to share female leadership. Council will work with your units to assist in female leadership partnerships.
    • There are no part-time adults at Wolf Camp.
  • Please notify the HOAC Camping Office of any Den Chiefs attending Wolf Camp with your Pack and the Scout BSA Troop unit number with which the Den Chief is registered.
  • The names of all Wolf Scouts and Adults attending Wolf Camp along with your final payment will be due on or before the final payment date.
    • Each unit who is signed up for Wolf Camp by March 23, 2021, will receive their unit billing statement in an email. This information will be sent to the person listed as the Primary Wolf Camp Contact Person's email at the time of registration.
    • Pack roster and final payment must be submitted on or before the final payment date. The final payment cannot be made online. It must be made at the Service Center or by mail.
  • You may review the Council Camp Refund Policy and download many other resources for your Wolf Camp experience at the HOAC Camping Resources page.
  • To adjust your existing registration, cancel the registration, or for any questions or concerns regarding Wolf Camp, contact Barbara Thatsanithone, Program Assistant, at Barbara.Thatsanithone@scouting.org or 816-569-4948.

Cost and Fees Information

These fees cover the cost of all patches and t-shirts for Scouts, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, etc. We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually. However, either form of registration for Wolf Camp will be accepted!


The cost to attend Wolf Camp is …

Campers Camp Fees
(on or before April 21, 2021)
Camp Fees
(on or after April 22, 2021)
Wolves $75.00 $95.00
Den Chiefs $45.00 $55.00
Leaders/Adults $55.00 $75.00

***The Wolf Camp fee includes a patch and T-shirt for all scouts.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wolf Camp

Please click on each question below for the answer.

Is a female adult required to attend camp when a female youth attend?
Regardless of the parental relationship between female youth and male adults, if a unit has 1 or more female youth attending Wolf Camp, there must be a female leader attending from the unit or they must partner with another unit to share female leadership. Council will work with your units to assist in female leadership partnerships.
How are refunds handled?
You will need to follow the refund policy to request a refund.
Where is Wolf Camp?
Wolf Camp is at the Theodore Naish Scout Reservation in Bonner Springs, Kansas. (map)
What kinds of things will I be doing at Wolf Camp?
There are lots of exciting things to do at Wolf Camp. You can do things like shooting BB Guns, swimming, making rope, making wood projects, participating in campfires, and meetings lots of other Wolf Cubs just like you.
Where do I sleep?
You will be sleeping in a 2-person canvas wall tent that includes a cot and floorboards, electricity is not available.
What should I take to Wolf Camp?
Your leader can help you decide what to take and what not to take to camp. Your leader has a list in their Wolf Camp Leader's Guide. Generally, you should take basically the same things that you would take to spend the night at a friend’s house plus your Scout uniform, your Wolf book, bug repellent, and a few other things.
Wolf Camp sounds awesome, can I go?
If you are a Wolf Cub you can go. All you need to do is check with your leader to find out how to sign up.
What if there are twins or triplets in my Pack?
If there are multiple children from the same family, only one parent is required to go. Please contact the Camping office for further questions or concerns regarding this issue.
What if I am the only one in my unit that wants to attend Wolf Camp?
Great! We encourage units to sign up together, but if you are the only one that wants to attend Wolf Camp, we will find a unit for you to camp with. Contact the Council office (Barbara.Thatsanithone@scouting.org) and we will get you camping!
What if both parents want to attend with their Scout to Wolf Camp?
It is not required for both parents to attend, but if both want to attend, that is acceptable. Just reserve slots for both adults.
What Health Forms do I need to attend Wolf Camp?
The Annual Health and Medical Record with parts A and B completed is the appropriate form. It can be found here: Annual Health and Medical Record A&B. Bring the completed health form with you when you check into Wolf Camp. A doctor’s signature is not required for Wolf Camp.
Is there a list of advancements the Scout could have earned attending Wolf Camp?
Yes, in the Wolf Camp Leader's Guide Appendix, there is a list of advancements that could have been earned.
Should we sign up collectively or individually?
You should sign up for everyone at one time, not individually, if you want everyone in the same session. You will have the option to pay by credit card or to mail in a check within 5 days. You will pay a $30 non-refundable deposit per camper when you register in February and the remaining balance is due by April 21, 2021.
What is a Den Chief? Are they required for camp?
A Den Chief is a Scout that helps the Den Leader. It is not required for camp, but each Wolf must have an adult paired with them.
What does the cost cover for camp?
The cost covers patches and t-shirts for Scouts, program supplies, awards, meals, lodging, insurance, and any other costs for running the camp.
Can a Scout attend camp with anyone besides a parent?
They can attend with another relative over the age of 21; most will attend with their grandparent.
Can parents tag team Wolf Camp? One attend one day, another attends the next.
Yes, this is fine. You only need to register one adult. You will need to check-in at the camp office when you swap places.
Do the campsites have an electrical outlet nearby for my CPAP machine?
There are electrical outlets in the Pavilion where these campers can sleep, although it is without a tent and the cot is in the open. The best idea is to run it off a battery. (We had one adult run his off a battery pack from a computer.)

Wolf Camp Session Photos

Did you go to Wolf Camp at Naish, but don't have the Camp Session photo? Click here to order your Camp Session Photo! All Camp Session photos taken since 1994 are available!

Other Questions

If you have any other questions please contact your District Executive or Barbara Thatsanithone in the Camping Office.