CAP Scout Camps

Cub Scout Day CAmp

Cub Scout Day Camp provides safe fun and adventure in the outdoors for all Cub Scouts!

This is a valuable activity for many reasons:

  • Promotes fun and adventure with a purpose; day camp is a huge reason why Cub Scouts join, and why they remain in Cub Scouts.
  • Helps the Cub Scout succeed, and provides significant rank advancement opportunities.
  • Offers character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.
  • Meets individuals Scouts needs and interests by offering a fun, meaningful, and educational Scout program.
  • Helps to recruit new children into the unit during the summer.
  • Provides a method of recruiting, training and inspiring present and future Cub Scout adult leadership.
  • Provides the opportunity for units to earn the National Summertime Pack Award, and to work toward qualifying for the Journey to Excellence Award.

Every Scout that attends Cub Scout Day Camp will receive:

  • T-Shirt
  • Water Bottle
  • Hat
  • 2019 Cub Scout Day Camp Patch

Don’t forget to:

  • Wear your T-Shirt
  • Bring your water bottle
  • Wear and/or bring Sunscreen
  • Bring a Sack Lunch and a beverage

Note: You will be asked for payment in full, online at time of registration. If you want to pay by utilizing your DAC Unit Account, please contact JoLynne Conrad in the council office between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm at 720.266.2143 for assistance.

Every person that attends Cub Scout Day Camp must complete the BSA Medical Form Parts A & B. Please make a copy! Medical forms are not returned.

Scouts currently registered as a Tiger Cub need their BSA registered Adult Partner to attend Cub Scout Day Camp with them. Cub Scouts has a ratio of 5 Scouts to one adult. Contact your den or pack to arrange your day to volunteer as a Walking Group Guide.

Cub Scout Day Camp will offer a Mini Camp and Tot Lot for younger children as a convenience for our Walking Group Guides and Day Camp Staff. Children ages 3-8 may attend and must be potty trained. Children of Cub Scout age (8+) must register and attend with their local pack.

Parents or guardians of Mini Campers must be on site attending Cub Scout Day Camp. An organized program is prepared for the children for the entirety of Cub Scout Day Camp except for lunch time, where the parent must pick their child up for lunch and return them afterward

Scouting Overnights

Want to work on advancement as a pack? Have a special event you want to celebrate? Whether advancement is your focus or you’re looking for a more casual experience, Colorado Adventure Point is here to meet your packs’ needs.

  • Team Building
  • Rock Climbing
  • Archery
  • Marksmanship
  • Group Advancement (call ahead 720.266.2167 for program design)
  • Blue and Gold Banquet
  • Scout Craft
  • Training (Cyberchip, Leave no Trace, Whittling Chip)

Then wind down, sing some songs, roast some marshmallows at the fire pit in our Outdoor Adventure Zone before bunking down with a movie.

Cub Scout Overnight fun is $35 per participant and $5 per adult chaperone after the first 5 adults. Remember, you will need to meet your Youth Protection requirements and Guide to Safe Scouting ratio’s.

Please choose your date, time and activities from the Overnight Use menu below.

A deposit is required at the time of reservation. All reservations need to have a final participant count and be paid in full two weeks prior to event. Please note that signification additions in participant numbers may not be accommodated inside of two weeks due to building use requirements. Colorado Adventure Point is a multi-use facility. Common areas may be shared with other groups. Should you require exclusive use, please contact the registrar for a custom quote.