Webelos resident camp is a 5-night, 6-day experience and contains age appropriate activities for first and second year Webelos. The program has been tailored to capture the interest of the 9 and 10 year old boys that attend camp. Program goals are to give each Scout an opportunity to start working on activity badges, to learn more about the world we live in, and to develop a greater appreciation for the outdoors. Webelos Resident Camp provides a natural bridge from Cub Scouting to the many activities in Boy Scouting.
Activities at Webelos Camp include:
Camping in the outdoors has captured a boy’s attention since the dawn of time. Something about the Great Outdoors just catches their interest! Today, Cub Scouts and Webelos have an outstanding opportunity to camp outdoors, fish, learn archery, hike, shoot bb’s and to learn to sharpen their outdoor skills & engage in many more activities in a safe and secure environment. Cub Scouts and Webelos can sleep overnight at Camp Roosevelt when they attend our Resident Camp. Whether its in tent or inside an adirrondack, they will have a specail time.
Programs during Webelo Resident Camp will not be age specific for Tigers, Wolves, and Bears. Scouts who were registered as Bears will eligible for Webelo Resident Camp after June 30, 2014. Packs with less than 5 Webelo Scouts will be paired with another Webelo den/Pack.
FOR PROVISIONAL SCOUTING:
The Provo Unit is a collection of Scouts from many different communities. Typically they are attending without their troop because of schedule conflicts or the scout would like to attend a second week. Parents who are going to register their Scouts with the Provisional Troop must select the Provo Scout fee. A non refundable fee of $75.00 per Scout is required. PLEASE DO NOT FORGET to assign Merit badges for your scouts.
Scout Leaders Guide
Merit Badge Prerequisite Guide
Merit Badge Schedule - This is not a form. You must register your MB classes online while you are registering your unit for summer camp.
Medical Form Scouts & Adults must complete Parts A, B, & C
Billing, Refunds & Cancellation Policy
Your bill must be paid in full upon your arrival of camp. If you have not paid your $75 camp reservation fee upon your arrival, it will be added to the total balance of your bill. You can request that we deduct it out of your Unit Account but we will only do so for those who have authorization to use the unit account.
If you are bringing extra adults/guests for the day or you have adults coming for multiple days/stays during the week, their meals must be paid for on check-in day. The cost per meal is $7.00. If the cost of their meals has not been paid for upon their departure, your unit will receive a bill for the outstanding costs.
The $75 Campsite Reservation deposit is not refundable.
A $75 deposit per Scout is Non Refundable.
Refunds will be issued for the unused portion of your bill ONLY (exclusive of deposits, discounts & admin fees), for a Scout who leaves camp for a verifiable reason (medical, conflict of schedule). Homesickness is not considered a refundable medical reason.
Camp fees are transferable to another Scout in your unit. This does apply to scouts who are enrolled in a specialty camp or provisional camping program. The fees being transferred must be of equal value to the program that you are exchanging.
All refund requests need to be made to the Katahdin Area Council Service Center no later than August 30th, 2014.
Refund requests will not be issued for any reason after September 30th, 2014.NO EXCEPTIONS.
Refunds that fall into the amounts of $200 or less we automatically put back into the unit accounts.
If you wish to apply a $75 payment towards your 2015 campsite deposit reservation, we can automatically deduct that from your refund via written request from the individual(s) who are authorized to use the unit account.
Camperships are nontransferable and nonrefundable