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Cub & Webelos Summer Camp

Tuckahoe’s Treasure

Though the Golden Age of Piracy has long since passed, the legends it inspired live on in works as varied as Treasure Island and Pirates of the Caribbean. Just whispering the word “pirate” today might fill a young Scout’s head with the sounds of squawking seagulls and the glitter of sunlight on sea-drenched shores. He thrills to the idea of setting sail in search of long-lost treasure!

Treasures abound at summer camp for those with an imagination, and your Scouts will certainly treasure the adventures they share at Tuckahoe. This year, the staff will portray the bold, brave swashbucklers of yore – and invite your Scouts to play along!

As with our past themes, your Scouts will need to learn their outdoor skills quickly to help save Tuckahoe from certain doom.

Cub Scout Camp Dates

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Session 1         June 20 – 22

Session 2         June 23 – 25

Session 3      August 13 – 15

 

Cub Scout Camp Rates

Scouts – $165 (if paid in full before May 1)

Scouts – $190 (if paid in full after May 1)

Adults – $80

Who Can Attend?

Camp Tuckahoe welcomes all Cub Scouts and their adult partners and leaders. Cub Scout Summer Camp is for those entering second or third grade. For those Scouts who are entering first grade, check out our Tiger/Family Camp offered at Hidden Valley Scout Reservation.

Adventures

While at camp, Scouts will have the opportunity to work on and complete adventures for rank advancement. Wolf Scouts will be able to work on adventures like Spirit of the Water and Digging in the past, with Bear Scouts being able to work on adventures like Bear claws and Salmon Run. It is our goal to balance fun with advancement, which is why in 2021 we will be using a new schedule and layout to allow Scouts to both complete adventures and have experiences they can only have at summer camp. Scouts will have these experiences at our various program areas: Archery, BB Shooting, Boating, Climbing, PAWS (Playing and Whittling Scouts), Nature, Scoutcraft, STEM, and Swimming.

Cub Scout World

Every Cub Scout will want to explore the Tuckahoe Cub World – a place where imagination and adventure come to life!  We conduct most of our Cub Scout programs in this fantastic setting and, to add to the attraction, we invite visiting units to schedule an overnight outpost in one of the sleeping facilities.  We will do our best to accommodate all requests for specific sites, but due to the popularity of this program, we encourage you to make your reservations early!

Cub World Overnight Excursion

While your campsite will serve as “home base” during your stay at Tuckahoe, every pack can schedule an overnight excursion to sleep in one of our Cub World theme areas.  Reservations will be honored in the order they are received until all spaces are full, so don’t wait until the last minute to stake your claim!  Please indicate your preference when you register for camp and expect to be informed of your assignment on the evening of your arrival. The Fort and Castle, perennial favorites, each accommodate 40 campers.  The Teepee Village has space for 36 campers, while the Pirate Ship can accommodate 20.  Please note that, while not quite as weatherproof as our other options, in fair weather the teepees and ship can provide overnight experiences that are impossible to beat! Participants in this program will transport their own gear from the campsite, so we suggest limiting your overnight gear to what you can comfortably carry (a sleeping bag and pillow would suit most campers).  You should also plan to awaken early enough to return to your campsite, clean up, and still make it to our morning flag-raising ceremony on time.

Family Night Barbecue

What better way to conclude your stay at Tuckahoe than to host your family and friends for a little taste of the camping experience? Guests may arrive between 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm on the final day of each session and, for a small charge, join us for dinner. Guests may even plan to stay for the closing campfire show! (Please purchase your BBQ Tickets at the Trading Post. BBQ Ticket Prices are $5 for Youth, $7 for Adult, and youth under 5 eat for free!)

Webelos Camp Dates

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Session 1      June 27 – July 1

Session 2             August 1 – 5

Session 3           August 7 – 11

 

Webelos Camp Rates

Scouts – $315 (if paid in full before May 1)

Scouts – $340 (if paid in full after May 1)

Adults – $140

Who Can Attend?

Camp Tuckahoe welcomes all Webelos and their adult partners and leaders. Webelos Summer Camp is for those entering fourth or fifth grade in the fall.

Adventures

While at camp, Scouts will have the opportunity to work on and complete adventures for rank advancement. Webelos Scouts will be able to work on adventures like Aquanaut and Engineer, with those Scouts working on Arrow of Light being able to complete special adventures like Outdoor Adventurer and Scouting Adventure. It is our goal to balance fun with advancement, which is why in 2021 we will be using a new schedule and layout to allow Scouts to both complete adventures and have experiences they can only have at summer camp. Scouts will have these experiences in our various program areas: Archery, BB Shooting, Boating, Climbing, Handicraft, Nature, Scoutcraft, STEM, and Swimming.

Cub Scout World

Every Webelos will want to explore the Tuckahoe Cub World – a place where imagination and adventure come to life!  We conduct most of our Webelos programs in this fantastic setting and, to add to the attraction, we invite visiting units to schedule an overnight outpost in one of the sleeping facilities.  We will do our best to accommodate all requests for specific sites, but due to the popularity of this program, we encourage you to make your reservations early!

Cub World Overnight Excursion

While your campsite will serve as “home base” during your stay at Tuckahoe, every pack can schedule an overnight excursion to sleep in one of our Cub World theme areas.  Reservations will be honored in the order they are received until all spaces are full, so don’t wait until the last minute to stake your claim!  Please indicate your preference when you register for camp and expect to be informed of your assignment on the evening of your arrival. The Fort and Castle, perennial favorites, each accommodate 40 campers.  The Teepee Village has space for 36 campers, while the Pirate Ship can accommodate 20.  Please note that, while not quite as weatherproof as our other options, in fair weather the teepees and ship can provide overnight experiences that are impossible to beat! Participants in this program will transport their own gear from the campsite, so we suggest limiting your overnight gear to what you can comfortably carry (a sleeping bag and pillow would suit most campers).  You should also plan to awaken early enough to return to your campsite, clean up, and still make it to our morning flag-raising ceremony on time.

Family Night Barbecue

What better way to conclude your stay at Tuckahoe than to host your family and friends for a little taste of the camping experience? Guests may arrive between 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm on the final day of each session and, for a small charge, join us for dinner. Guests may even plan to stay for the closing campfire show! (Please purchase your BBQ Tickets at the Trading Post. BBQ Ticket Prices are $5 for Youth, $7 for Adult, and youth under 5 eat for free!)