Cub Scout Day Camp

Camp Connected: Hybrid for 2021

Camp Connected: Inter-Active for our Cub Scout Day Camps will incorporate virtual learning with in-person program, with two themes to choose from. Have fun with Cub crafts, science, skits, songs, cheers and so much more! The in-person program day will include Cub-favorite programs like BBs and Archery on the Saturday before your week of camp.

Registration will open soon!

Each week of camp is $60, which includes a camp t-shirt, a camp bag, most of the supplies needed to participate in real time with the camp staff, and the on-site activities for the Saturday in-person day.

Down on the Farm

Corn, Cows, Chickens, Cub Scouts! Cub Scouts?! Calling all boys and girls entering 1st through 5th-grade: Join us “DOWN ON THE FARM” this summer!

The virtual program will be live and interactive from 8:30 AM to noon each day (Monday to Friday). Daily activities include farm theme-related crafts, science, and nature, as well as Scout skills and much more!

The in-person Program Experience is scheduled for the Saturday before your week of camp, hosted by Pine Tree Education and Environmental Center. This in-person day will serve as your check in for the week and packet pickup. This day also gives campers access to Shooting Sports (Cub Range archery and BBs), Nature and Scouts Skill fun!

June 28 - July 2
July 12 - July 16
Pine Tree Education and Environmental Center

Weird Science

We have plastic tubes and pots and pans, magic from the hand… all we are missing is… Cub Scout Scientists! Boys and girls entering 1st through 5th-grade: Our “WEIRD SCIENCE” Lab Techs have mixed up their careful notes and need your help this summer decoding their discoveries!

The virtual program will be live and interactive from 8:30 AM to noon each day (Monday to Friday). Daily activities include science-theme-related crafts, hands-on experiments, and nature, as well as Scout skills and much more!

The in-person Program Experience is scheduled for the Saturday before your week of camp. For the week of July 19, the in-person day will be at Pine Hill Scout Reservation. For the week of July 26, the in-person day will be at Camp Grice. This in-person day will serve as your check in for the week and packet pickup. This day also gives campers access to Shooting Sports (Cub Range archery and BBs), Nature and Scouts Skill fun!

July 19 - July 23
Pine Hill Scout Reservation

July 26 - July 30
Camp Grice

Pine Tree Education & Environmental Center

Cub Scout Day Camp in Burlington County, located in the Pine Barrens.

Pine Hill Scout Reservation

Cub Scout Day Camp in Camden County.

Camp Grice

Cub Scout Day Camp in Salem County, right next to Camp Roosevelt, our Scouts BSA resident camp.

Camperships and Fundraising

A “campership” is a grant given to a youth member to help with the expenses of attending a summer camp.

Garden State Council Camperships exist to help provide life-changing camping experiences for Scouts who, because of financial challenges, may not otherwise be able to attend a summer camp opportunity.

Summer outdoor adventure changes lives through recreation, friendship and experiences; summer camp cultivates skills and values needed for success in the future.

Scouts who face financial challenges have attended camps in the past due to the support of the campership program. This is due to the generosity of Scouting alumni, community individuals and organizations, as well as, grants organized and allocated by the Garden State Council.

Therefore, the funds available in the campership program are limited. Aid can only be awarded if funds are available. Camperships are awarded based on need, so parents and unit leaders involved in completing an application are encouraged to clearly detail the need.

A Scout is Thrifty: A Scout works to pay his/her own way and help others. Camperships are not to exceed 50% of the fee. 

This policy is made in consultation with and approved by the Council’s VP of Program, the Council Camping Chair and the Chair of the Campership Committee. All decisions are made by the volunteer Campership Committee.

Campership Applications are due to Council by April 1st.

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Trails End Popcorn Sales

Funding your Scouting adventure through popcorn sales is easier -- and safer -- than ever with new online tools from Trails Ends. Plus, Online Direct sales of popcorn run all year round! Find out more at Trails-End.com.

Camp Card Sales

Funding your Scouting adventure through camp card sales is a limited-time opportunity. Each year from March through May, Scouts sell $5 discount coupon cards, and 50% of the value is credited to the Scout! Units: Contact your District Executive for details.