Eagle Bay Cub Scout Day Camp

Eagle Bay District 2023 Day Camp:

"Weird Science"

Are you ready for Cub Scout Day Camp? Then have your Cub Scout grab their gear and join us for an awesome adventure!

Scouts will participate in many types of activities including archery, BB-guns, field sports, nature, arts and crafts, Scout skills, and all-around FUN!

 

How Do I Register My Scout?

Cub Scout Day Camp provides fun and adventure in the outdoors for packs and dens. Eagle Bay District Day camp is a 3 day program, supported by trained volunteer leadership, at an approved site, during the day.

 

Day Camp youth participants are open to all youth including non-registered Scout families. When selecting RANK in your registration, you should use the den that the Scout will be entering for the 2023-2024 school year. 

  • Tiger (entering 1st grade) Must be accompanied by an Adult Partner AT ALL TIMES

  • Wolf (entering 2nd grade) 

  • Bear (entering 3rd grade) 

  • Webelos (entering the 4th grade)

  • Arrow of Light (entering 5th grade)

8/02 - 8/04 | White Star Park Barn | 960 C.R. 60 Gibsonburg, Ohio

 

Registration:  2nd – 5th Graders   (Based on grade entering Fall)

Wolf, Bear, WEBELOS, AOL pricing: 

Registered Cub Scout Registration:

$60 per Scout  March 1st - June 16th

$50 per Sibling March 1st - June 16th

 

NonScout (public) - 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade as fall of 2023 Registration: 

$75 per scout March 1st - June 16th

$65 per sibling March 1st - June 16th

(Includes one T-Shirt, water bottle, custom patch, full-time medical staff, BSA-trained volunteer staff. and program)

 

Registration for Tigers: 1st Graders  (Based on grade entering Fall)

March 1st - June 16th 2023

Cost:  $20 per Scout/Tiger Adult Partner (Includes for each scout and adult partner, one T-Shirt, water bottler, custom patch, full-time medical staff, BSA-trained volunteer staff. and program) 

(First Grade only; youth are required to be accompanied by an adult)

 

CLICK HERE - Instructions on how to create an account in Tentaroo as either a Parent or as a Unit Representative with Tentaroo Video and Screen Shots for reference.

PLEASE NOTE: When you register for Eagle Bay Day Camp/Webelos Overnight online, please call 419-843-0107 after you add your selections to the cart but before paying any fees if you wish to use your Scout's Camper Club gift certificate.

Extra t-shirts are $10 each for Youth Small-Adult XLarge, $14 for Adult 2-3XL

 

FREE Tot-Lot activities for the week are offered to children 3 - 5 years old and potty-trained of on-site adult volunteers  (T-shirts are available for purchase $10 start at youth small sizes)

Registration closes June 26th, 2023 - No refunds after this date. See our full cancelation policy here: https://www.erieshorescouncil.org/files/26006/Council-Refund-Policy 

 

Volunteer Opportunities:

Adult volunteers are needed to serve as den leaders and as station leaders every day of the week. If you are willing to accept a volunteer role for all three days, you can attend camp for free, receive a Camp T-shirt, Water bottle plus earn a 10% discount on your scout's registration fee. Please select "adult participant" on the online registration form and then contact the day camp planning team to be assigned a volunteer role. Extra T-shirts are available for $10.00 at check out 

Volunteers who can only commit to one or two days can attend camp for free and will receive a water bottle. (T-shirts are $10 each for Youth Small-Adult XLarge, $14 for Adult 2-3XL.)

 

Packs must provide adult volunteers, these ratios are per pack:

• THERE MUST BE ONE (1) ADULT FOR EVERY FOUR (4) CUB SCOUTS (1:4 Ratio) 

• THERE MUST BE ONE (1) ADULT FOR EVERY (1) TIGER CUB (1:1 Ratio) 

• Adults who sign up to volunteer and later find themselves unable to attend Day Camp are asked to find a replacement. 

• Day Camp cannot happen if we do not have volunteers to assist the Scouts with their fun learning experience! 

• All staff/volunteers must have a valid Youth Protection Training certificate and attend training.

• All staff/volunteers must wear the official camp T-shirt all three days.

 

Day Camp Campership:

Erie Shores Council, Boy Scouts of America, strongly believes no youth shall be denied a program experience because of lack of funds. However, every effort must be made by applicants to “earn their own way.”

Campership Procedures

  • Camperships (scholarship) are available for Cub Scout Day Camp.

  • Only registered youth members of the Erie Shores Council are granted scholarships.

  • Full scholarships are not awarded. Due to limited funds, up to 50% of the total fee may be awarded. Only in extreme situations will more be awarded.

  • The campership application has been incorporated into the event registration for Day Camp.

Additional Discounts:

If you have these discounts, call or email the program assistant at 419-843-0107 before checking out online. In the case of the certificates, you must present your certificates to the Scout Shop to receive the awarded amount.

  • You have a Popcorn Certificate.

  • You have a FOS Certificate.

 

Health Forms:

The Boy Scouts of America has established minimum standards for providing medical information prior to participating in various activities. Those standards are offered in one three-part medical form. Parts A and B are to be completed annually by all BSA unit members. Please make a copy of your health forms. They will not be returned at the completion of Day Camp. To ensure the check in on the first morning goes smoothly without delay, we will be hosting a pre-camp check-in on the Saturday before camp starts. Here you will turn in the BSA health forms and receive your den assignment, water bottle and camp t-shirt, which is to be worn each day. We hope that this will help the check-in process on day one go much more smoothly. For those that have never been to Day Camp, this a great opportunity to ask questions and go over any concerns you may have. Location TBD

Please do not send BSA Health Forms to the council office or electronically.

What Should I Bring to Camp?

  • Personal gear in a daypack

  • Lunch that does not need to be refrigerated

  • Light jacket

  • Towel each day

  • Rain gear

  • Sunscreen

  • Bug Repellent

  • Issued camp shirt each day. 

  • Wear swim attire to camp (Change of clothes for after swimming if desired)

Cancellation Policy

Should any of our activities or camps be postponed or canceled, you will receive a full refund. If camp is postponed and your Scout is unable to attend the new date, you will receive a full refund. Individuals or groups that cancel a program reservation 30 days prior to the date of that event, or prior to the deadline date for reservations, whichever is less, will receive a refund of fees paid, less a 15% administrative charge.  No refunds will be made after the cancellation deadline.

Cub Scout Day Camp is a Valuable Activity for Many Reasons

  • Helps packs succeed.

  • Strengthens the den/pack organization for better year-round operation.

  • Provides continuation of the Cub Scout program during the summer and the opportunity for units to earn the National Summertime Pack Award, Outdoor Activity Award, and to work toward qualifying for the Journey to Excellence.

  • Offers character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.

  • Meets individual needs and interests by offering a meaningful and educational Scouting program.

  • Helps to recruit new Scouts in the den and pack during the summer.

  • Provides a method of recruiting, training and inspiring present and future Cub Scout leadership.

  • Promotes fun and adventure with a purpose.

 

Day Camp Safety during the COVID-19 Epidemic
Protecting our Campers, Staff, and Guests at White Star Park is our highest priority. Thank you for trusting in our processes to help protect your loved ones. 
Our safety protocols are based on the requirements and recommendations of BSA National, Ohio Department of Health, and Sandusky County Department of Health. Protocols currently in place as of this writing include daily health screenings at-home, social distancing, masks in indoor settings, handwashing, cleaning program equipment, and more. We expect these protocols will be updated as more information is learned throughout Spring and into Summer. All rules and guidelines will be followed as we have a safe, educational, and fun Day Camp season. Remember that risk still exists everywhere; our goals include managing those risks in order to serve our campers and their families in the safest manner possible.