Pelathe Cub Scout Day Camp
Douglas County Fairgrounds
19th & Harper in Lawrence
Tuesday, May 30- Friday, June 2, 2017
Each Scout must have a Health Form turned in by the April Roundtable.
Cost: For details on fees and registration, visit the Council Day Camp page by clicking here.
Everyone attending must provide a completed health form.
*Cub Scouts who are NEW to Scouting may register to attend camp for the early bird fee at any time.
What to bring/wear everyday:
- Lunch – Big and nutritious, no refrigeration
- Water Bottle – refillable
- Hat – for sun protection
- Sturdy shoes & socks (no sandals or crocs)
- Sunscreen – apply before camp and bring extra
- Bug spray – your choice, but a good idea
Do not bring: Electronics of any kind, candy, soda, valuables, knives
Adults bring: Same gear as kids, including a lunch! Signed health form (no doctor signature needed). Please keep phones turned off or on vibrate. No smoking or use of chewing tobacco at camp.
Walking Leaders: Each unit must provide at least 2 adult volunteer walking leaders per day. Training will be provided in advance for all walking leaders. Walking leaders do not have to be “official” Scout leaders, but all adult volunteers should take Youth Protection training at www.myscouting.org. Hazardous Weather Training is also recommended for Day Camp. You will have to create an account at myscouting.org, but you do not have to be a registered leader and it is free.
Walking Leader Guidebook
Early pick-up/Late arrival , Medication, Emergencies: All boys and adults arriving late or leaving early must go through the administration building. Medications must be in original prescription packaging with name on them. Boys must turn in all medication except for inhalers & epi-pens.
For more information or to volunteer contact: