Alpine Scout Camp is Taking Steps to Combat the Spread of Covid-19

Camp & the Alpine Trading Post are Currently Closed and Will Reopen Soon

Unit and group reservations, that are scheduled between March 17 and June 11, can be moved to a later date in 2020, a date in 2021 or offer a refund of fees paid. Requests for a date transfer 640camping@scouting.org
Early Bird payments for CUB World are due by May 17. Read More about Summer Camp Deposits
We have a number of awesome program areas throughout Cub World, and we are working on developing new and exciting programs for every rank. All the campers that attend Cub World will have the opportunity to sign up in advance for adventures and programs tailored to what they need to maximize their individual scouting needs.
Get Ready to advance and have a great time doing it!! 
New & Improved Outdoor Skills Areas and Program Style

We have added a second outdoor skills area next to the fort to add to the fun and learning. Cubs will have the opportunity to visit both areas to learn basics of knots, fire lays and outdoor cooking. Webelos and Arrow of lights will learn more advanced knots, lashing, pioneering skills, outdoor cooking, and first aid. Arrow of lights will have the opportunity to spend a night away from their pack as part of their growth towards independence and in preparation for Boy Scouting.

Nature

Our new and improved nature program will help all scouts learn about our environment and its living creatures. All scouts will have have the option to participate in leave no trace workshop, hikes exploring poisonous plants and night hikes exploring the night sky.

Shooting Sports

Take your best shot at the Archery and BB ranges while you are in Cub World! All Cub scouts are given in-depth instruction and tips to ensure a safe day on the range. At the BB range, campers can also practice their aim using slingshots. Determination is always painted on the campers’ faces as they try to get the ever-elusive BULL’S-EYE! So, READY. AIM. FIRE!

Sports

In this area, campers are sure to improve on their teamwork. Field sports include basketball, soccer, hockey, and softball; Cub World provides all of the equipment needed. Scouts are taught the basic rules of the sports and are then allowed to play out a game. During the Fitness program, Cub Scouts are challenged to perform their fastest, while trying to race through the obstacle course.

Theater

Our Theater Staff will teach your scouts throughout the course of their stay several songs, skits and runons. On wednesday we will have a campers camp fire where all the campers will participate and show off the cool things they learned with our theater staff.

Creative Arts

This program is comprised of a Creative staff that utilizes several areas in camp to bring out every Cub Scouts creativity and imagination. Campers will be engaged in art projects centered around the theme at our arts center. Campers will also be engaged in team building games and activities at the Fort and the Ship. Last but certainly not least every scout will have the opportunity to visit the mine and explore searching for treasures while playing teambuilding games.The fort and Ship are also available for free play during downtime/ Siesta.

Aquatics

At Cub World our goal is that every Cub Scout becomes a swimmer and every swimmer becomes a lifesaver! Swimming instruction and recreational swimming are done at the pool. Swimming tests are given at check-in.  Each camper will receive a Rubber bracelet that will identify their swimming capability throughout the course of their stay at Cub World.

Swim Tests

Anyone staying in camp who desires to use any of the Aquatics Facilities must take a Swim Test. Swim Tests will be offered upon your arrival in camp on Sunday. Alternative times should be coordinated with the Aquatics Director in your camp. Swimming tests will be administered under National BSA Aquatics Standards.

Learner: Enter the water, be reasonably comfortable, and get your head wet.
Beginner: Demonstrate your ability to jump feet first into water over your head in depth, level off and swim 25 meters on the surface, stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place.
Swimmer: Demonstrate your ability to jump feet first into water over the head in depth, swim 75 meters in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: side-stroke, breaststroke, trudgen, or crawl; then swim 25 meters using an easy, resting backstroke. The 100 meters must be swum continuously and include at least one sharp turn. After completing the swim, rest by floating.

Fitness Area

The Fitness Area provides personal fitness challenges and exercises. Program here emphasizes personal achievement and improvement over time.

Activity Center

Our Activity Center is jammed packed full of amazing programs and games. Every Camper will have the opportunity to experience our indoor climbing wall, fun teambuilding activities and a variety of games such as bowling. This facility also features an outdoor bouldering wall and climbing wall for our older scouts. Campers will also enjoy our amazing GaGa Ball pit for countless hours of fun!