Programs & Activities

Cub Scout / Scouts, BSA Programs & Activities

Day Camp (Summertime Program)

An organized one- to five-day program for Cub Scouts and Webelos under certified leadership at an approved site, during daylight or early evening hours, but not overnight.

Wondering what to do with your Cub Scouts after school ends? Come spend a week of fun at Day Camp! The activities run from 9am til 4pm with before and aftercare if needed. Meet other scouts your same age and spend a great day in the park.

All events are open to Scouts as volunteer staff.

Cub Scout Outdoor activity Award Requirement

Cub / Webelos Resident Camp (Summertime Program)

An overnight camping activity conducted by the council for Cub Scouts and/or Webelos and their parents. A Wolf Cub can camp for 4 nights, while a Bear Cub can camp for 4 or 6 nights. Webelos camp for 6 nights. Webelos II's can signup for a special night hike and learn first hand how a Scout Patrol is ran. This is on a first come basis, space is limited and fills up fast. Cub Scout Resident Camp is all of the fun of Cub Scout Day Camp plus you get to camp overnight and have Skits, Songs, and Cheers at campfires! Webelos Resident Camp adds new activities tailored to the expanding abilities of Webelos.

Cub Scout Outdoor activity Award Requirement

C.L.A.W. Cub Scout Loop Adventure Workday

Cub Scout Loop Advancement Workday is when Packs from all over Trade Winds District setup kiosk type workstations which focus on one belt loop. The scout goes from workstation to workstations and learns about various sports / academics and in turns will earn a belt loop. An adult must accompany the scout during the entire event, no drop offs.

The BIG / Fall Family Event - District Organized Family Camp

District / Council-organized family camps are overnight events involving more than one pack. The local district/council provides all of the elements of the outdoor experience, such as staffing, food service and program. These are often referred to as parent/pal or adventure weekends.

This is an exciting family camping event for all members of your pack. The scout will participate all weekend long in various events. Not only will he have fun and learn scouting skills, but s/he will earn loops, pin, patches and awards. This event will take place at Tanah Keeta Scout Reservation in Jupiter. There will be a Scout Youth Staff available as 'Wagonmasters' to help you out with camp setup or problems during the weekend.

Webelos Woods (Webelos Only)

Activities, exhibits and competitions designed to introduce Webelos to Boy Scouts. Each Webelos along with an adult family member, do many outdoor adventures of Scouting. Troops mentor Webelos Scouts in the Cub Scout to Scout transition. This program is for (4th and 5th grade Webelos).

Have your Webelos I and II scouts come for a great weekend. They can earn two activity pins on Saturday and enjoy shooting, Archery, and other camp activities on Saturday.

Saturday night is for our familes to enjoy seeing our Webelos IIs participate in a big Arrow of Light ceremony. The Great Indian Chief, Tankachin, will invite the spirit of the Lake to enter 'The Gathering Place' to explain the secrets of the spirits to the youth and celebrate their Arrow of Light awards

Cub Scout Derbies

Racing in a Cub Scout derby is great fun. You'll get to design your racing vehicle, work with a parent to build it, and see it perform on race day. Win or lose, you'll take pride in having done your best. When you race in a Cub Scout derby, you learn craft skills, the rules of fair play, and good sportsmanship—things you will remember all your life.

Types of Derbies - The main types of derbies are the Pinewood Derby, Raingutter Regatta, Space Derby, Veggie Derby and Cubmobile Derby.

Family Camping

Family camping is an outdoor experience, other than resident camping, that involves Cub Scouting, Recreational family camping occurs when Scouting families camp as a family unit outside of an organized program. It is a non-structured camping experience. It can be on non-Council property such as places like Lion Country Safari, Sea World, Ft. Wilderness, Metro Zoo etc. Local councils may have family camping grounds available for rent at reasonable rates. Other resources may include equipment, information, and training.

S.A.W. Scout Advancement Weekend

The same as CLAW is for Cub Scouts this event is for Webelos and Boy Scouts. Webelos will work on Activity Badges / Pins, while Scouts work on Merit Badges. SAW will be held at Tanah Keeta Scout Reservation in Jupiter. More details to come. This event is to help Webelos transistion to Boy Scouts.

Scouts, BSA Summer Camp (Summertime Program)

An overnight camping activity conducted by the council for Boy Scouts. Summer Camp last 2 weeks. Summer camp is what many Scouts enjoy most. Camp programs provide numerous opportunities for Scouts to earn merit badges along their advancement trail.

Scouts, BSA Winter Camp (Wintertime Program)

An overnight camping activity conducted by the council for Boy Scouts. Winter Camp last 1 weeks. Winter camp gives scouts the opportunity to camp in a different environment and practice various life survival skills. Camp programs provide numerous opportunities for Scouts to earn merit badges along their advancement trail.

River Raft Regatta

The purpose of this event is for the Scouts to have fun while learning teamwork, designing and building their own rafts; then attend a campout where they participate in a River Raft Race. The weekend is designed to be laid-back and fun-filled.

National Scout Jamboree

What is the national jamboree? Imagine 50,000 Scouts, Ventures, volunteers, and staff from all over the country, all gathered together for one big celebration of Scouting. Held once every four years, the national jamboree is a chance to camp out with friends, meet new friends, try high-adventure activities, learn new skills, and enjoy the outdoors. Over 10 days, there are exhibits, stadium shows with entertainment, opportunities to work on merit badges — there's something for everybody.

High adventure like you've never seen. Whitewater, climbing, zip lines, mountain biking, and much, much more. (Not to mention all of the things you've grown to love about the jamboree: patch trading, SCUBA, stadium shows, Technology Quest ... who could ask for more?)

American Legion Cracker Trail

The Cracker Trail is a Boy Scout Skills Adventure Camporee. It is designed to showcase the scout spirit, unit challenges, as the Scouts are challenged in different areas of Scouting Skills. This Skills Adventure Camporee is open to all Scout Troops in the State of Florida. The 2013 camporee only requirement to attend this Camporee is to receive an endorsement from an American Legion Post in your area.

Events will include Towns designed to expose our Scouts to Americanism, Honor Guard, Rifle Range, Orienteering and many more, plus a Chuck Wagon Race, Auction, Campfire Ceremony, Patrol activities and a Saturday evening meal in the Dining Hall.

Below are highlights from this year's American Legion Cracker Trail Competition.


Councils and districts plan camporees and other outings during the year that give Scouts an opportunity to test their knowledge and skills in competitive events with other troops and patrols.

Day Hikes

Reasonably short hikes (three to 10 miles) in terrain without a lot of elevation gain or loss.

Patrol Activities

A Scout patrol or Varsity Scout squad may participate in patrol activities with the permission of its Scoutmaster or Coach and parents/guardians. Appropriate adult leadership must be present for all overnight Scouting activities.

Weekend Overnight

Troops/teams that plan and carry out outings once a month attract and retain youth at a much higher level than those that have fewer outings during the year.