MCC 2021 Cub Scout Day Camp
We are thrilled to be able to offer
Cub Scout Day Camp in person this year!
Cub Scout Day Camp is available for registered Cub Scouts going into 1st through 5th grade this fall. Due to Covid-19 we will not be offering sibling registrations, tot lots or walkin registrations for the summer of 2021. Face coverings (masks) will be required for all participants.
Activities vary by location, but all locations will offer crafts, archery, BB shooting, sling shots and more! The theme for each camp is WEIRD SCIENCE. Pricing varies by camp due to expenses related to individual locations/programs. This fee includes a patch, t-shirt and expenses related to consumable program supplies used at camp (craft supplies, ammunition, targets, etc.)
All Packs attending must have a 2:8 ratio of youth to adults. It is strongly preferred that the same adults attend each day to reduce the number of people coming and going from camp. Adults are needed to chaperone their group of Scouts and sometimes might be asked to help in program areas. There is no fee for adults however all adults must register and submit the required medical and waiver forms. Adults have the option to purchase extra t-shirts ($10) and patches ($3) upon registrations.
Food and Beverage
Food is not provided at any of our day camp programs. All attendees should be prepared to bring their own lunches/water and make accommodations for safe keeping (such as in your backpack). In past years, some camps provided coolers for storing lunches but due to COVID-19 we will not be providing shared space for storing items, you may do so however within your pack if you find it necessary.
Due to current restrictions no reusable containers (where the container is refilled) will be used in any of our camping programs (such as camp water bottles) as we have in the past. We strongly encourage attendees to bring bottled water as communal water sources that we formerly relied on for refills will not be allowed.
Daily Camp Check-in
You will receive check-in instructions, which include daily temperature checks, prior to your camp week directly from your camp director since every location has different logistics. It will be very important to follow these instructions to reduce any potential risks.
The following forms are required upon camp check-in and cannot be submitted electronically due to the private information enclosed. All forms will be returned back to your pack at the end of your camp week except for the Unit Checklist which must be held on record.
Forms listed Individually:
- All participants (youth and adults) must submit parts A and B of a completed health form
- Youth Member Release and Waiver of Liability (Covid form)
- Adult Member Release and Waiver of Liability (Covid form)
- Supplemental Medical Permission form for any member of the vulnerable class or over 60 years of age signed by a health care provider.
- Parental Commitment to Transport Form
For All above YOUTH forms required in one writeable PDF click HERE (this will be easier to send to parents!)
Camp Coordinators: Use this Unit Checklist to make sure all your attendees have everything!
Each morning your assigned cohort will be required to submit a Daily Health Screening form as a group
Great Lakes/East Division Day Camp Options (E1-E12)
Note: All Great Lakes Division Camps (except for Twilight Camp) are 3-day programs
$65 Early Bird Fee through May 31st and $75 regular fee
All registrations close one week prior to camp camp dates.
Lunch is NOT provided. Participants should bring their own lunch, drinking water, mask/face covering and possible change of clothes.
E2 Tues. June 22nd-Thurs. June 24th 9am-3pm daily, (Clawson, MI)
Clawson City Park, North Star District
Camp Director: Christopher Bibbs email@example.com
E3 Wed. June 23rd-Fri. June 25th 8:30am-4pm daily, (Brighton, MI)
Livingston Conservation &Sportsman Club, Three Fires District
Camp Director: Leigh Damaske firstname.lastname@example.org
E6 Wed. June 29th-Thurs. July 1, 9am-3pm daily (Fort Wayne)
Name of location, Renaissance District
Camp Director: Bonnie Ponder email@example.com
E7 Tues. July 6th-Thurs. July 8th, 9am-3pm daily, (Lake Orion, MI)
Camp Agawam/Hosted by Chippewa District
Camp Director Melissa Willman firstname.lastname@example.org
E8 July Tues. 13th-Thurs. July 15th, 9am-3pm daily, (Lake Orion, MI)
Camp Agawam/Hosted by Pontiac-Manito District
Camp Director: Dave McKinnon Davidmckinnon92@gamail.com
E9 Sat June 19th -Sun June 20th 9am-3pm daily (Metamora, MI)
D-bar-A Scout Ranch/Hosted by Blue Star & Rivers North Districts
Camp Director: email@example.com
E10 Tues. July 20-Thurs. July 22nd, 9am-3pm daily (Walled Lake)
Multi Lakes, Ottawa District
Camp Director: Art Malisow firstname.lastname@example.org
E11 Tues. July 27-Thurs. 29th, 9am-3pm daily (Allen Park)
Cunningham Park, Mahican District
Camp Director Stephani Aguila email@example.com
E12 Tue. July 27th-Thurs. July 29th, 9am-3pm daily (Northville)
Maybury State Park, Sunset District
Camp Director: Leeanne Buckley firstname.lastname@example.org
President Ford/West Division Day Camps (W1-W9)
Staff Advisor: Jake Straub Jake.Straub@Scouting.org
Note: All President Ford Division Camps vary in number of days and price
Early Bird Fees through offered through May 31st
All registrations close one week prior to camp start dates.
âLunch is NOT provided. Participants should bring their own lunch, drinking water, mask/face covering and possible change of clothes.
W2 Mon. July 12th- Thurs. July 15th, 9am-4pm daily (Grand Ledge, MI)
Fitzgerald Park – 4 day $80 Early Bird Fee $90 Regular Fee, Chief Okemos District
At the Grand Ledge Day Camp, we specialize in fun, advancement, and adventure. Wacky science will be around every corner along with knot tying, cub crafts and scout skills. Along with the regular ball field games there are sure to be surprises and new games to try out. We will explore the amazing trails and nature Fitzgerald has to offer and of course every cub scout’s favorite activities or BB guns and archery. Our fourth day will bring carnival like fun and games. We will have lots of water play and maybe even a visit from our local fire department (bring a towel!). Camp runs Mon-Thurs with flags beginning at 9:00 and ending at 4:00. Initial check in to bring health forms and pick up t-shirt will be available Sunday 4:00-6:00 pm at the center of the park (near the restrooms).Parents MUST check their scout in with a designated adult so health checks can be completed. Morning check-in will be between 8:30-8:55.
Day Camp Director: Nathan Chance email@example.com
W3 Mon. July 19th -Thurs. July 22nd, 9am-3pm daily Motz Park (St. Johns, MI)
4 days $80 Early Bird Fee $90 Regular Fee, Chief Okemos District
This year at Motz park join us for some crazy weird science!! We will practice knots, make arts and crafts and do some of our own crazy fun science experiments!! We will be able to spend time fishing and enjoying the beautiful trails at the park. Archery and BB ranges will be another fun event to try again this year. Fishing poles will be provided for those who need them!
Day Camp Director: Ashley Foster firstname.lastname@example.org
W4 Sat. July 31st-Sun. Aug1st, 9am-4pm daily (Frankenmuth, MI)
Camp Kiwanis 2 days $50, Ojibway District
Lab coats and goggles on Scouts! We are looking for some Scouts to join our research team in Frankenmuth, MI for a weekend of WEIRD Science! We’re going to go on a trip in our favorite rocket ship, zooming through the skies as we tour our Solar System, build and launch rockets, conduct amazing science experiments, shoot BB Guns and Archery, and SO. MUCH. MORE! Our camp is going to be providing your Scout the ability to earn their Shooting Sports patch and pin as well as a few NOVA award Pie Pieces! So come up to the Lab and see what’s on the slab, we know you are shivering with anticipation and excitement, so sign up today and join us!”
Day Camp Director: Angie Williamson email@example.com
W5 Wed. Aug 4-Sat Aug 7th 9am-4pm daily (Battle Creek)
Fort Custer, 4 days $80 Early Bird Fee, $100 Regular Fee, Pathfinder District
Are you ready for fun at Day Camp? Fort Custer in Battle Creek is the place to be on August 4-7 for the Pathfinder District hosted Day Camp. Meet and celebrate Hometown Heroes mixed in with some Weird Science. Scouts will participate in Weird Science activities, experiencing Shooting Sports, making fun crafts, exploring Nature and much more. Sign up today! Camp is open to all youth entering 1st – 5th grades in the fall. Those in 1st grade need to bring their adult partner with them.
Camp Director: Elrico Hurley firstname.lastname@example.org
W6 Sat Aug 7-Sun. 8th 9am-3pm daily (Kalkaska, MI) Registration Coming Soon
2 days $50, Scenic Trails District
W7 Wed. Aug 11- Friday Aug 13th 2pm-8pm daily (Spring Lake)
Rycenga Park 3 days $65 Early Bird Fee, $75 Regular Fee, Lakeshore District
The Lakeshore District Day Camp is 3 fun filled days of outdoor activities, shooting sports, games, and crafts. Set it one of the area’s premier parks, this camping experience offers Scouts the opportunity to experience many of the activities of a Cub Overnight Camp for those youth and families who aren’t quite ready for overnight camping. Our camp runs during the afternoon and early evening, offering a different take on the normal 9 to 5 camp. Activities are designed for youth of Cub Scout age, generally 1st thru 5th grade, and is open to WEBELOS to act as Den Chiefs (guides).
Camp Director: George Kotkowicz email@example.com
W8 Thurs. Aug 12-Sat. Aug 14th, 9am-4pm daily (Watervliet)
Knights of Columbus 3 days, Wabano District
Join us in Watervliet for 3 days of weird science fun. Nestled near scenic Paw Paw Lake your Scouts will hike, make crafts, and partake in shooting sports. Join us Thursday Aug 12th through Saturday Aug 14th for scientific fun!
Camp Director: Stefanie Whitlatch firstname.lastname@example.org
W9 Sat. Aug 14-Sun. Aug. 15th, noon-6pm daily Adventure Point (Grand Rapids)
2 days $60 Early Bird Fee, $70 Regular Fee, Eagle Spirit District
Day camp at adventure point on August 14th and 15th from noon until 6:00 pm with weird science theme. We will have an emphasis on shooting sports with many science experiments and tons of fun!
Camp Director: Sue Febig email@example.com
Tuesday 06-22-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 06-24-2021 3:00 PM ET
E3 Day Camp-Brighton
Livingston Conservation & Sportsman Club
Wednesday 06-23-2021 8:30 AM ET to
Friday 06-25-2021 4:00 PM ET
E6 Day Camp - Historic Fort Wayne
Historic Fort Wayne
Tuesday 06-29-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-01-2021 3:00 PM ET
E7 Day Camp - Camp Agawam- hosted by Chippewa District
Tuesday 07-06-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-08-2021 3:00 PM ET
W2 Day Camp- Grand Ledge
Monday 07-12-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-15-2021 4:00 PM ET
E8 Day Camp - Camp Agawam- hosted by Pon Man District
Tuesday 07-13-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-15-2021 3:00 PM ET
W3 Day Camp- St. Johns
Monday 07-19-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-22-2021 3:00 PM ET
E10 Day Camp - Commerce Township
Multi-Lakes Conservation Association
Tuesday 07-20-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-22-2021 3:00 PM ET
E11 Day Camp - Allen Park
Tuesday 07-27-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-29-2021 3:00 PM ET
E12 Day Camp - Northville
Maybury State Park- 8 Mile Entrance
Tuesday 07-27-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Thursday 07-29-2021 3:00 PM ET
W4 Day Camp- Saginaw
Saturday 07-31-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Sunday 08-01-2021 3:00 PM ET
W5 Day Camp-Battle Creek
Wednesday 08-04-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Saturday 08-07-2021 4:00 PM ET
W7 Twilight Camp- Spring Lake
Wednesday 08-11-2021 2:00 PM ET to
Friday 08-13-2021 8:00 PM ET
W8 Day Camp- Watervliet
The Columbian Club of Watervliet
Thursday 08-12-2021 9:00 AM ET to
Saturday 08-14-2021 4:00 PM ET
W9 Day Camp- Grand Rapids
Saturday 08-14-2021 12:00 PM ET to
Sunday 08-15-2021 6:00 PM ET