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About Watchung Cub Scout Day Camp
Watchung Cub Scout Day Camp is nestled in the scenic 1,945 acre Watchung Reservation, a unit of the Union County Park System. All boys who going into 2nd through 5th grade in September are welcome. Camp runs Monday through Friday from 8:45 am to 4:00 pm. Bus transportation is provided from locations in Union, Somerset, Essex, SE Morris and Middlesex counties.
Day camp offers many fun activities for Cub Scouts such as archery, crafts, bb guns, boating and fishing. The boys also take advantage of the Trailside Nature and Science Center. This is a wonderful interactive and fun learning experience about the world around them. Cubs have fun on our waterslide and also get the opportunity to swim once each week at a nearby swimming pool.
For more details on our varied programs at Watchung Cub Scout Day Camp, visit the programs page.
Get ready for a Superhero Adventure in 2016. Join your friends and the great Watchung Cub Scout Day Camp staff for a awesome adventure this summer.
Although having fun is a big part of the week, Watchung Cub Scout Day Camp is also a place where Scouts can work on their Cub Scout advancement requirements. A Scout who attends Watchung Cub Scout Day Camp will be able to advance in rank much more easily and quickly than a Scout who does not attend camp. Each Scout will take hope an personal advancement booklet which identifies requirements he learned during the week.
The Webelos Program for Cub Scouts entering 4th or 5th grade. These Scouts will be placed in this program automatically when they register for camp. This program is designed to teach Scout skills needed for their future career as Boy Scouts. It includes a weekly hike or trip on the Watchung Reservation. See the programs page for more details on the Webelos program.
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Page last updated: 09-11-2015 12:42 pm