Cub Scout Camping Programs
Cub Scout Camping Programs Summary 2015 Day Camp Staff Application 2015
How to get to Camp Tamarancho
|Family Fiesta Information and Registration Forms ||May 15–17, 2015 |
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Cub Day Camp Information and Registration Forms
|July 6–10, or 20–24, |
or August 3–7, 2015
Cub Scout Day Camp News
Week One - July 6 to 10
Week Two - July 20 to 24
Week Three - August 3 to 7
Summer Day Camp for Cub Scouts is a five-day-long program held at Camp Tamarancho for all boys entering 2nd grade through 5th grade in the fall of 2014. Boys will participate in age-related activities and be grouped in dens by school grade. The dens rotate daily through a variety of fun activities. Den size ranges from 6-9 youth and are led by a den chief who is a registered Boy Scout or Venturer.
Activity areas may include: Archery, BB Gun, Cooking, Field Sports, Handicraft, Nature, Outdoor Skills, Scout Skills, and Waterfront (water play, swimming, canoes). The last day of each camp concludes with an afternoon campfire program filled with songs and skits.
|Webelos Woods Information and Registration Forms ||September 4-6, 2015 |
Trail to AOL
Webelos Woods is a weekend program for Webelos Scouts and an adult partner who is a family member or guardian over 18 years of age.
The purpose of this camp is to introduce the Webelos to the exciting activities of the Boy Scout program and the beauty of Camp Marin Sierra. Any 1st or 2nd year Webelos Scout and a parent/guardian can participate. If your Cub Scout is entering 4th or 5th grade in the fall of the year the camp is held, he is eligible to attend.
|Cub Scout Adventure Weekend Information and Registration Form ||October 9-11, 2015 |
Wolfs to Webelos attend this weekend with a parent/guardian partner at Camp Tamarancho. Activities include a sampling of all we offer at day camp with the addition of nighttime activities, all being guided by our talented staff.
|Tiger Cub Expedition Information and Registration Forms ||October 10–11, 2015 |
THE JUNGLE BOOK
This event is an introduction to Cub Scouting and camping for the youngest and newest members of our program.
Tigers camp overnight with a parent or legal guardian while enjoying the beauty of Camp Tamarancho and our program areas. We practice "ages and stages" by keeping our activities short and sweet, include nap time and an amazing guided night hike following our campfire.