2013 Big Bear and Webelos Resident Camp - Medieval Times
Parents! Is your Pack not able to camp...but you and your Cub Scout would like to? ALL CUBS CAMP @ Kanza can offer that for you. 3 days, 2 nights and the same experience that your Cubs would get if they camped with their Pack. Read more here and sign up today! Use this registration form, and indicate you're camping with your Cub Scout. Questions? Call the program department: 316-491-2223 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the 2013 Leader's Guide for all the details of summer camp. Find out when camp sessions are, learn what is new at camp this year, and get all the details of what to expect from summer camp. New to Camp Kanza? Check out our Steps-to-Camp page with step-by-step instructions on preparing for camp. And if you still have questions, call the Program Department at 316-491-2223.
Click here for the 2013 Registration form
Click here for the 2013 Unit Roster form
Big Bear Camp
...adventure...new camping experience for Scouts who will be “Bears” in the fall!
Cub Scout Bear Camp is designed to be the first overnight "resident" camp experience for Bear Scouts. The camp runs three days and two nights, starting midday of the first day and ending after campfire on day three. There will be swimming, BB-guns, archery, bicycles, crafts, field activities, campfires, and fun! Programs are designed so that achievements are met while doing the activities. Meals are provided and served in the dining hall.
Who is eligible to attend Big Bear camp?
Any registered scout who is Bear Rank. Usually this is Cub Scouts
finishing second grade this spring. New boys just signing up to join your den may also attend Big Bear Camp. Parents are encouraged to attend along with Cub Scout leaders.
How about leadership?
Two-deep leadership and adult supervision must be provided by your pack. If your den is unable to provide two-deep leadership at camp, let us know. Your den will be assigned a camping area with another den to ensure two-deep leadership. Every boy should have the opportunity to experience summer camp.
Webelos Scout Camp is designed to provide an introduction to outdoor camping for first and second-year Webelos Scouts. Second-year Webelos will work on advancements different than first-year Webelos, and will be introduced to more challenging activities. The camp runs three days and two nights and includes programs for both first and second-year Webelos during the same session. This allows your unit to follow the same schedule using the same adult leadership.
Like Big Bear camp, programs are designed so that achievements are met during the activities. Great meals are provided in the dining hall. There is also swimming, BB-guns, archery, campfires, skits, and lots of surprises and FUN!
Who is eligible to attend Webelos Camp?
Scouts finishing the third and fourth grades should take full advantage of the new challenges available at Webelos Camp. Webelos who are graduating from the fifth grade should join a Scout troop in the spring and get in on the opportunity to go to camp at Quivira Scout Ranch (QSR).
How About Leadership?
Two-deep leadership and adult supervision must be provided by your pack. If your unit is unable to provide two-deep leadership at camp, let us know. Your unit will be assigned a camping area with another unit to ensure two-deep leadership. Every boy should have the opportunity to experience summer camp.
Big Bear & Webelos Resident Camp Locations/Sessions
All sessions are at Camp Kanza. Check the Leader's Guide for exact dates. Some sessions fill up quickly, so be sure to register early
Looking for a new experience for your entire Pack?
Try Pack Camp - Back by popular demand, bring your entire Pack to Camp Kanza for team building and group activities. Sure to be fun for all!