Scouts from around the World
What is Family Fiesta? Family Fiesta is a family camping experience for Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Webelos, and their families. This camp will introduce the Cub Scout and his family to some of the activities that can be experienced in our summer day camp programs. Just like at camp, events and activities are run by Boy Scout troops and Venturing crews. The Cub Scouts will get an opportunity to meet summer day camp staff and older Scouts, and as a bonus, they get an idea of all the fun and exciting things that await them when they become Boy Scouts and Venturers.
Theme and Activities “Scouts from Around the World” will provide an opportunity for Scouts, siblings, and parents to learn and practice international Scout skills, crafts, and values—and maybe earn a patch from distant lands along the way. Marin Council troops and crews will lead campers in events ranging from field sports, climbing, nature hikes, shooting sports, techno craft, and international exploration. The day will close with a campfire program.
Fees and Registration Registration is done online only by family—not by pack. The fee is $15 per person (age 5 and older—under 5 is free). This price does not include food. There are meal options available. Meal ticket sign-up deadline is May 12. After this date, no meal tickets are available. Some packs provide their own meals while others do not. Please check with your pack as to what their food plans will be for the weekend.
Although this online attendance registration will end on May 18 in the evening, walk-ins are still welcome at the event. However, there is not food service available.
Who Can Attend? Family Fiesta is for the entire family. Adults, Cub Scouts, and siblings. Also, Cub Scouts can bring invited friends who are not Cub Scouts but are Cub Scout age (1st through 5th grades).
Camping Bring your own camping equipment as none will be provided. If you plan to cook bring a propane stove or grill as well as secure food storage containers. All campsites have potable water, picnic tables, and a few have brick fire pits. Vault toilets are nearby. If your pack is camping with other packs, please “do your best” and share the facilities.
Invited friends must have an adult partner (parent/guardian, family member) with them in order to camp overnight.
Forms Everyone must bring parts A and B of the BSA Medical Form as well as Shooting Sports Authorization form for any youth under 18 that will be shooting. You can download them by clicking this link.
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