Boy Scout Camp
One of the outstanding features of camp is the food! Most meals are cooked by a professional food service staff. Tables in the dining hall are assigned to each unit during the check-in process on Sunday afternoon.
WE WILL ACCOMMODATE ALL FOOD ALLERGIES. See Dietary Needs below for more details.
We would like all Scouts and Scouters to be in uniform for all evening meals. Scouts should observe proper etiquette during meals and remain seated until dismissed.
We follow all USDA Guidelines.
Menu will be provided prior to camp.
On Wednesday, meals are prepared and eaten in your campsite. Food will be delivered to your campsite prior to each meal, and excess food and garbage will be picked up after each meal.
NOTE: You may cook in your campsite at times other than your assigned cookout day. If you wish to prepare snacks or food not on the cookout menu, your unit must provide the ingredients and equipment to prepare those items.
Troops should provide their own cooking equipment including cook kits, utensils, Dutch Ovens, and stoves.
Scouts and Scouters who have dietary restrictions due to health/medical reasons, must notify the Food Service Director of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation in writing, at least 30 days prior to attending camp. Our food service staff will do their best to provide for special dietary requirements. Please send all dietary restrictions to the address below:
Reservation Food Service Director
L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation
2900C 16th Street
Rice Lake, WI 54868
Meals at Cub World are cooked on the Boy Scout side of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation and then transported over to
Cub World by our trained kitchen staff. Have a Scout or a leader with special dietary needs? Don’t worry! Cub World
accommodates for all types of eaters. When we are informed at check-in of dietary needs and allergies, we adjust our
menu as necessary.