Cub and Webelos Summer Camp

Camp John J. Barnhardt has a long history of offering an exciting Webelos resident camp for rising 4th and 5th graders. This summer, we're expanding our program to include rising 2nd and 3rd graders! For the first time, Camp Barnhardt will have an overnight summer camp for these Cub Scouts working on their Wolf and Bear badges!

All activities are run by the same staff that run camp for the four weeks of Scout camp but modified to fit Cub Scout programing and the needs of younger campers. Though Packs may camp together, we'll run separate activities for the Wolf/Bears and the Webelos/Arrow of Light Scouts to match their interests and advancement goals. Our camp staff all complete an additional 8 hours of training specific to leading Cub/Webelos Scout events (on top of the 28 hours of training for Boy Scout camp).

Participants will get to visit the tower to climb, get to play in the pool, take out canoes, use the BB range, do crafts, and shoot archery. Rising 4th and 5th graders will earn two Webelos and Arrow of Light adventure badges. In addition there will be campfires, sports competitions, games based on the annual theme, and loads of fun. During the camp there will be opportunities for the youth to show their Scout spirit and work together as Patrols. Activities at our Webelos camp are all done with their den/unit or group of similarly ranked Cubs (there is no need to select individual badges/activities like Scouts, BSA do, but we ask that you indicate Wolf/Bear/Webelos/AoL when registering so we can schedule your fun accordingly).

Rising 2nd and 3rd graders must attend with a parent since this is a three night camping event. Rising 4th and 5th graders may attend with Pack leadership (Leaders must be trained, YPT procedures followed, and the pack must maintain a 1:5 Leader:Cub Scout ratio).

In addition there will be campfires, sports competitions, games based on the annual theme, and loads of fun. During the camp there will be opportunities for the youth to show their Scout spirit and work together as Patrols.

Registration includes a patch, a t-shirt, and all meals. Breakfast and dinner are served in the air conditioned dining hall while lunch is delivered to the campsites to allow campers time to rest in the middle of the day. Canvas wall tents are provided as are cots. Per Scouting policy, if the Pack does not have 2 adults attending (and 1 additional adult for every 5 scouts over 10), we will merge your unit with another small group for the duration of the camp.

We hope your Pack will join us for Cub and Webelos camp this summer! We do ask that you register as a Pack/Den as a group (unless only a single family is coming from your unit). A detailed Leader's Guide can be found at the bottom of this page. 

Registration:

Registration is on a first come, first serve basis, and will remain open until camp is filled to the capacity of 200 campers or July 4th. Any registrations after the deadline must be approved by the Camp Director. After registration, full payment must be submitted to the CNCC office by July 7th. (Monday, July 8th is fine) BSA Health Form (A and B) is required for all Scouts and Leaders upon arrival.

  • 2024 Cub and Webelos Camp
    July 13, 2024 to July 16

File Name Description
2024 Cub & Webelos Leader's Guide 2024 Cub & Webelos Leader's Guide Download
Annual Health & Medical Record - ABC Form Download
Barnhardt Map Download
Central NC Council Refund Policy Download