Cub Scout World

Resident Camp

Pricing & Dates

2018 Season Pricing

Early Bird* Regular Price**
Deposit Per Person $50 $50
Cub Scouts $170 $205
Adults $170 $205
Cub Scouts Attending a Second Week $140 $175

*Early pricing is for individuals making full payment by May 1, 2018
** Regular pricing is for individuals making full payment May 2, 2018 or later

2018 Season Dates

Session One June 24 – 27, 2018
Session Two June 27 – 30, 2018
Session Three July 8 – 11, 2018
Session Four July 11 – 14, 2018
Session Five July 15 – 18, 2018
Session Six July 18 – 21, 2018
Session Seven July 22 – 25, 2018
Session Eight July 25 – 28, 2018
Session Nine July 29 – August 1, 2018
Session Ten August 1 – 4, 2018
Session Eleven August 5 – 8, 2018
Session Twelve August 8 – 11, 2018

Activities @ Cub Scout World

Pedal Boats

Pedal Boats

Relax and peddle around the lake or get into a splash war with your friends.

Fishing

Fishing

Try your luck to see what kind of fish you can catch in our gorgeous lakes.

Campwide Games

Campwide Games

All of camp will come together for a variety of games.

Archery

Archery

Scouts will visit the archery range and shoot under the supervision of a certified range master.

BB Guns

BB Guns

Scouts will visit the BB gun range and shoot under the supervision of a certified range master.

Aquatics

Aquatics

Scouts will have plenty of time to swim and play in our lake.

Nature

Nature

Scouts will learn about the animals and plants that they are sharing camp with.

Crafts

Crafts

Scouts will get to make a project and bring it home from camp.

Your Support Team

The Cub Scout World Experience

Start Your Scouting Adventure.

Cub Scout World provides a GREAT OUTDOOR ADVENTURE for Cub Scouts and their parents and leaders on 213 beautiful acres of hilly terrain with tall timber located in the Kettle Moraine, seven miles east of Kiel, Wisconsin!

Cub Scout World consists of a 3 night/4 day stay in one of the camp’s 5 theme buildings, which includes the Fort J.J. Keller, Gunderson Viking Bäten Ship, Knauf Space Station, Kohler Castle, and Oertle Train Station. The building’s amenities include; electricity, water, flush toilets, showers, kitchen, and living quarters with beds for both adults and youth. Cub Scout World provides an introduction to camping in a very comfortable and stylistic way!

As a Cub Scout becomes accustomed to the out-of-doors with his Den, they unconsciously absorbs some of the greatness of nature itself — the quiet of the forest, the cheerfulness of a running stream, the breadth of a body of water, the openness of the sky, the freshness of the wind, the curiousness of a bog with insect eating plants, and the beauty of a sunset.

By spending time outdoors, they learn some of the skills, resourcefulness, and self-reliance of the pioneers. The woods, the streams, the trails, and the wild creatures that inhabit them become his friends, and the out-of-doors becomes a lifelong source of recreation.

Camping is an opportunity for the continuation of Cub Scouting throughout the summer! The camp program is designed to meet the needs and interests of Tigers, Wolves, Bears, and parents; therefore, preparation for adventure belt loops and activity pins are continuous and consistent with the program in the Pack.

All of Scouting is an educational program, and since education consists primarily of determining the individual’s learning needs and proceeding to satisfy those needs, the Cub Scout World program is designed to promote a meaningful and educational experience. The program consists of 4 days of waterfront, shooting sports (BB Guns/Archery), Nature, Campfires, Chapel, theme related projects and activities, as well as, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) activities and NOVA awards. Registration includes a commemorative t-shirt for everyone attending.

Cub Scouts and their parents, grandparents and leaders can choose a session that fits into their schedule. The various sessions offer choices between weekend and midweek. Packs are encouraged to attend camp as a Unit, but any youth/adult can attend any session.

Contact Us

Reservations & Support Number: 920-734-5705

Reservations & Support Email: reservations@baylakescamps.org

Camp Phone Number: 920-894-2594

Camp Address:
14404 Rokilio Road
Kiel, WI 53042

Your Questions. Our Answers.

Can we complete our swim checks before we come to camp?

Bay-Lakes Council Camps only permit swim checks to take place in the lake at the camp in which your unit is attending. Units do have an option to arrange a swim check prior to their arrival at the camp’s lake. Arrangements must be made with the Camp Director in a timely fashion. Swim checks completed anywhere else besides the lake at the camp in which your unit is attending will not be valid.

Does your camp accept any non-BSA medical/physical forms that are unexpired?

No. All participants, youth and adults, must turn in an official BSA medical with parts A, B, and C completed. Please note that a tetanus shot is also required to have been administered within the past 10 years. There is a religious exemption available for the tetanus shot. Please call our support team at 920-734-5705 to obtain a religious exception form.

Can siblings attend camp?

Unregistered siblings are not permitted to attend camp.

A Quality Experience

Bay-Lakes Council Camps meet and exceed standards set forth by the Boy Scouts of America, the American Canoe Association, and the National Rifle Association. Cub Scout World receives annual accreditation as a Cub Scout Resident Camp.

Our Team

Each Bay-Lakes Council Camp has a trained and dedicated team running the camp. Key members of our camp staff are sent and receive certification from a National Camp School hosted by the Boy Scouts of America. All camp staff undergo at least a week and a half of training on customer service, program delivery, safety, and a wide range of other specialty topics. More than half of each camp’s staff is also certified in First Aid, CPR, & AED.

Join Our Team

As part of a team at a Bay-Lakes Council Camp, you’ll impact the lives of youth and adults as we deliver an exceptional program surrounded by the beauty of the woods of Wisconsin and Michigan. Individuals 14 and up can work at a Bay-Lakes Council Camp.

  • Competitive Seasonal Salaries
  • Free Room & Board
  • Internship Friendly
  • Paid Training for Key Positions
  • An Experience of a Lifetime