Eagle Bay Webelos Overnight

Continue your summer camping experience at White Star Park by attending the Eagle Bay Webelos Overnight on Tuesday, July 19-20, 2022!

  • Registration Fee Schedule 
    • $25 Early Bird Registration Fee (per person) by May 16, 2022
    • $35 Registration Fee (per person) May 17 - June 10, 2022

Registration will be submitted online with a regisration deadline of June 10, 2022!

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.


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.

Cost Includes program supplies, t-shirt, and three meals (Tuesday supper, Wednesday breakfast and Wednesday lunch).

  • Schedule
    • Check-In on Tuesday, July 19 from 3:00 PM at the White Star Barn
    • Site/Tent Set-up from 3:00-3:45 PM
    • The Webelos Overnight program begins at 4:00 PM and will end at 8:00 AM on Wednesday, July 20 with the beginning of Eagle Bay Cub Day Camp
  • Activities* being planned include
    • Webelos / Arrow of Light elective adventures - may not be completed in full (different from Cub Day Camp)
      • Art Explosion with t-shirt project
      • Castaway
      • Sports
    • Outdoor Cooking
    • Songs/Skits
    • Campfire Program
    • Root Beer Cantina
    • and so much more

                           *Programming opportunities depends on attendance at Webelos Overnight 

  • A minimum of two adult leaders is required for each pack in attendance to maintain two-deep leadesrhip. If your pack brings more than eight Webelos/Arrow of Light Scouts an additional leader is required for additional four Scouts or part there of.  
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.