Cub Scout Resident Camp
R-C (“are bar see”) Cub Scout Resident Camp is an opportunity for Cub Scouts and their families to spend quality time together. Summer camp is inevitably the most memorable experience of a Scout. Cub Camp provides parents opportunities to be part of those lifelong memories with their Scout. This is where boys and girls have the chance to learn and develop character, citizenship, and personal fitness through awesome activities with their families or dens and participate in awesome activities. Sign up for some quality family time.
R-C offers ten campgrounds that will host up to twenty campers each. These campers will come together from various areas and backgrounds to form a den for the duration of their stay at camp. These dens can be made up of families from the same pack or from all around. Each campsite is large enough to accommodate various tent sizes, has access to water, is close to restroom facilities, and has a campfire ring. Our dining hall provides quality meal service for all campers, offering a wide variety of kid and adult friendly meals, as well as accommodations for those with special dietary needs.
Cub Camp offers a wide variety of program areas such as shooting sports, equestrian activities, sports, crawdad hunting, fishing, campfire program, and arts & crafts. We also have a theme that creates a storyline for everyone to watch unfold during their stay at camp.
THE THEME FOR 2023 CUB RESIDENT CAMP IS:
OCEAN ADVENTURE AT R-C
REMINDER: ALL PARTS OF THE MEDICAL FORM (A, B, and C) ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND CAMP IN 2023!!
Exciting things to do at Camp!
A limited number of camperships are available to help Grand Canyon Council Scouts in need of financial assistance attend Cub Scout Resident Camp and other programs such as NYLT, Camp Geronimo, and Day Camp.
The first round of campership applications will be approved on January 15th, and then approved on a rolling basis until March 15th. Camperships will be applied to the registration balance once approved. Please note, if a Scout does not attend the program a campership was awarded for, then he or she will forfeit their personal contributions up to the minimum non-refundable amount. Additionally, camperships are awarded for a specific program and cannot be transferred to other programs without completing a new campership request.