Connecticut Yankee Council, BSA
Cub Scout Day Camps

Program Information



Child Safety

Safety is a top consideration at camp. We have a well-supervised program with trained staff. We work closely with the Boy Scouts of America, local, county and state law enforcement agencies, as well as local fire department and conservation officers to ensure the campers’ safety. All staff are registered members of the BSA.


Qualified Staff

Each of our Cub Scout camping programs is administered by a nationally certified camp director and program director along with a health officer (nurse or EMT) and an archery director. All staff members complete special training and are highly qualified. Parent volunteers are the key to our success and serve in the role of den leaders.



Dens are arranged by similar age and rank so activities can be presented in an age-appropriate manner. Individual den requests will be considered but cannot be guaranteed. Dens are assigned based on boys grade as of September 2016.



Camp Schedule

Check-in Monday: 8:30 a.m.

Monday: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tuesday-Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Family Friday Program: 3 p.m. to closing.


Camp Trading Post

Scouts will have the opportunity to visit the camp trading post for snacks and camp merchandise during the day. Healthy snacks, t-shirts, bottled water and candy will be available for sale. Scouts spend about $4 a day at the trading post, on average.