Camping at Cub World
Camping in the outdoors at Cub World is often a highlight of a young boy's Scouting experience. At camp, Cubs can grow and learn many things about the world around them. They can experience a variety of activities, work on their individual rank achievements and arrow points. Cubs and adults will sleep in the comfort of Fort Rice, Indian Lodges (tipis), or if desired, tents. Campers sleep on the bunkbeds with firm mattresses. All sleeping areas in the fort are enclosed and screened for your comfort. The fort contains male and female showers and toilet facilities. Meals are served buffet style in the large dining area of the fort.
If your pack is looking for that unusual experience, then look no further than the Tipi Village! Three large tipis are available for Cubs and Webelos to enjoy a taste of Native American living. The tipis hold a total of 20 people and are set up on their own campsite overlooking Bass Lake. The site is equipped with water and a latrine. The village is approximately 300 yards from Fort Rice. The tipis are set off the ground on large platforms. Cots are provided for sleeping. For those packs looking for a more traditional camping experience, tents are available upon request, on a first-come first-served basis. Each tent sleeps 4 people, mattresses are provided for sleeping. These nylon tents with floors, are set up in a small field next to Fort Rice.
What to Bring to Camp
Please mark all items with name and pack #. Completed health form, sleeping bag or balnkets and pillow, uniform (required at evening meal), swimsuit and towels, jeans (more than one pair), shorts (more than one pair), hat or cap, raincoat or poncho, jacket, toilet articles, sleepwear, flashlight and batteries, notebook and pencil, non aerosol insect repellant, spending money, fishing tackle (optional), and camera and film (optional). Those attending Adventure Camp should also bring: plate, fork, and cup.