Cub and Webelos Camping

About Cub Scout and Webelos Scout Camping at Quivira Scout Ranch

 
Who says that Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts can’t go to a BIG CAMP?

Not us!  
At Quivira Scout Ranch, we have designed our Summer 2021 Cub and Webelos programs so that the entire unit can have fun at the same time!

 

Cub Scout Resident Camp is for Fly Up Wolves and Bears.  Wild Webelos is for Fly Up Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts!  Two different programs! Age appropriate and full of adventure and learning at our beautiful Quivira Scout Ranch!

How does it work? Two programs at once?  Yes! Here are the steps!

1) Unit Leaders and Parents get together and decide which session to attend for the whole pack.

2) The unit will assign those parents and leaders that will go with the Cub Scouts and those that will attend Wild Webelos.  

3) The leader responsible for registration registers each group separately.  

4) The unit plans their equipment needs and leadership responsibilities for each program and packs accordingly.

5) The unit travels to Quivira Scout Ranch on Check in day together, and then the groups go to separate camp sites for different adventures.

What if we can’t all go at the same time?  

Well, you always have choices! There are TWO SESSIONS of each program.  Units can choose to attend either, or all!

Cub Resident Camp at Quivira Scout Ranch Summer 2021!

Your Cub Scout has fun in store with their Resident Camp at Quivira Scout Ranch! In a skill building program just for them, the Cub Scout will learn about Nature, Shooting Sports, Swimming, Canoeing (with adult partner,) crafts, biking and exploring.  There will be Trained Camp Counselors nearby to help Cub Packs Grow!

Two sessions in June, 2021!  June 5 – 8 and June 10 – 13

$150.00 per youth and $100 per adult with early registration.

Deposit is $35.00 per person and guarantees your rate.  Early bird registration expires midnight on February 17, 2021, thereafter, regular fees apply.  Check out the incentives below!

Meals will be prepared and delivered to campsites to keep Cubs on the go.

Quivira Council COVID Parent and Participant Waiver

Camperships are available for deserving youth no matter what council they come from.  Deadline for applying for camperships is in February.  The campership application is available HERE!

Lang Trust Camphership (Reno County Scouts ONLY!)

If you are requesting special accommodations and have a disability covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please complete this form. The information you provide and any documentation regarding your disability and accommodations will be held in strict confidence. This form must be sent with your application before the consideration can be approved. 

Special Needs Request Form

Find out about how to get your unit Swim Check for camp at a YMCA! click HERE!

Swim Records

Any adult who is remaining overnight with youth must be a registered member of BSA and have completed the Youth Protection Training, regardless of the length of the camp. This is for the safety and well-being of all guests and staff members.

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Wild Webelos - QSR!

Webelos and the Arrow of Light programs are the transitional seasons between Cub Scouting and Scouts BSA.  Your Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts will learn hands on Scouting Skills from Trained Camp Counselors as they prepare to cross over to Scouts BSA Troops.

Scouts will learn all about outdoor skills, take a hike, take aim during shooting sports and try their hand at whittling, camp out under the stars, swimming, canoeing, and so much more! Trained Camp Counselors are on site to help the Pack Go!

Two sessions in June!  June 5 – 8 and June 10 – 13

$150.00 per youth/$100.00 per adult with early registration.

Early registration expires at Midnight on February 17, thereafter, regular fees apply.  $35.00 per person deposit guarantees your rate!

Quivira Council COVID Parent and Participant Waiver

Camperships are available for deserving youth no matter what council they come from.  Deadline for applying for camperships is in February.  The campership application is available HERE!

Lang Trust Campership (Reno County Scouts ONLY!)

If you are requesting special accommodations and have a disability covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please complete
this form. The information you provide and any documentation regarding your disability and accommodations will be held in strict confidence. This form must be sent with your application before the consideration can be approved. 

Special Needs Request Form

Any adult who is remaining overnight with youth must be a registered member of BSA and have completed the Youth Protection Training, regardless of the length of the camp. This is for the safety and well-being of all guests and staff members.

Quivira Council is proud to host Nationally Accredited Resident Camps!

Leader's Guides for all programs are delayed, please accept our apologies. Expect 1st week of December. We appreciate your patience!