Summer Camp 2022


2022 Camp Details

Summer camp is one of the best parts of the Cub Scout year - and where your scout will have the most awesome summertime experience! Cub Scouts attend camp at Camp Mack, and there are various options for boys based on their age and rank.

Camp Options:

(NOTE: This is the week Pack 44 will be attending together, but if you can't make it work then you can select another week to go independently)

Week-long Camp: June 25 - 30, 2022

    • 6 days / 5 nights camp, focused on Scouting Skills and outdoor fun.

    • Includes Swimming, crafts, BB Guns & archery, boating, campfires and other exciting activities!

    • $295 per Scout if paid by May 15, $330 if paid after; $135 per adult

Weekend Camp: June 25 - 27, 2022

    • 3 days / 2 nights camp, focused on Scouting Skills and outdoor fun.

    • Includes Swimming, crafts, BB Guns & archery, boating, campfires and other exciting activities!

    • $190 per Scout if paid by May 15, $225 if paid after; $115 per adult

Day Camp: June 25 - 27, 2022

    • 3 days camp, all the fun without the overnight.

    • Includes Swimming, crafts, BB Guns & archery, boating, campfires and other exciting activities!

    • $130 per Scout if paid by May 15, $165 if paid after; $75 per adult

See the Summer Camp Tip of the Week for more details on camp options.

Timeline:

By May 1: Complete the Summer Camp Sign Up (also found below).

By May 15: Final Payments are due. If your Scout Account doesn't have enough money to cover the total cost, please write a check for the balance made payable to 'Pack 44.' Scout Accounts in the negative will result in not being able to attend camp.

By May 28: Please fill out this form ASAP for EACH Scout attending Camp.

By June 1:

    1. For youth AND adults attending the full week, medical forms A & B & C (doctor's visit) must be completed. For weekend and day camp, medical forms A & B must be completed. These forms can be found by clicking HERE.

    2. For adults campers, you must complete Youth Protection Training. If you have not completed this in the last 2 years, please go to http://my.scouting.org and create an account to complete the training (if you don't have a BSA ID just leave it blank). At the end of the training you can print out the certificate which should be turned into the Pack.

    3. All adult campers will need to visit the PA Act 15 Page and complete all requirements. This process has multiple steps and should be completed asap.

    4. Complete the Special Dietary Needs Form (if applicable) found HERE

By June 1:

  1. Arrow of Light Scouts (Current Webelos I's): Complete the Camp Bashore field trip permission slip found HERE

By June 25: Click HERE for a recommended gear guide for summer camp.


Completed Forms: All completed forms should be printed and given to Summer Camp Coordinator: Kyle Schutt.


Want more info on Camp?

More details on camp can be found on the Camp Mack Site, including the full guide.

Please email summercamp@pack44lititz.org with any questions.