Summer Twilight Camp
What Is Twilight Camp?
The purpose of the Cub Scout Camp program is to provide an opportunity for continuation of the Cub Scout program into summer. Cub Scout Camp is an experience in-group living in a natural environment under the supervision of trained leadership. Cub Scout Camp is FUN and helps achieve the aims of the Boy Scouts of America: character development, citizenship training and personal fitness. If you have any questions about Day Camp, feel free to contact our Pack Day Camp Coordinator.
2018 Day Camp Coordinator- Nik Stanosheck
The theme for the 2018 Cub Scout Day Camp program is TBA.
Farmers Branch Historical Park
2540 Farmers Branch Ln
Farmers Branch, TX 75234
Monday June 11th through Friday June 15th, 2018
Monday through Friday 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Drop off no earlier than 2:45 pm
Pick up on time at 8:00 pm – Please do not be late!
Friday 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A family picnic will be held at the end of the camp on Friday. There will be a short program and presentation for all to enjoy. Pack 693 provides food for our families.
Scouts- $75.00 per Scout (or utilize Camp Cards to help offset costs)
Tag-A-Longs (Siblings ages 5-13)- $30 per Sibling (Parent required to attend with Tag-A-Longs per District Policy)
Late Registration- $100 after June 1.
Everyone must complete parts A and B of the Annual Health and Medical Record. This is for all scouts, leaders, and attending parents (even for one day). Must have current tetanus shot.
Copy of Face to Face Youth Protection Certificate- Adults Only (expires every 2 years)
Copy of Sex Offender Database Report- Adults Only
Parents Your Help is Needed!
To comply with BSA Youth Protection Policy of "Two Deep Leadership", we are required to have a minimum of two leaders/adults in camp at all times. Without sufficient adult leadership, Pack 693 cannot attend camp. If you can't volunteer all week, consider helping for one or two days.
We also need parents to help with Camp Setup on the Saturday before camp starts and for cleanup Friday evening after camp ends.
Click Here to Signup to assist as a Leader.
General Leader Responsibilities
Leaders help setup the canopy and tables each day and to secure them at night.
Get the daily map, schedule, and announcement packet. Submit the daily attendance to Camp HQ
Ensure pack attends opening and closing flag ceremonies
Guide pack to stations at proper times
Ensure Scouts are well behaved and listening to camp staff
Assist with carpool
Monitor the health and safety of Scouts
Ensure all Scouts wear the camp t-shirt, special summer camp hat & bandana, and appropriate shoes.
BSA and State of Texas requires all adults attending camp to complete Face to Face Youth Protection Training (multiple dates offered, see Calendar)
$10 per adult for shirt cost- in recognition of the commitment required, Pack 693 reimburses this fee for adults who attend.