Cub Scout Camp

Can you feel it? Cub Scouts camping, having fun, learning new skills, and making new friends! Summer is coming, faster than we realize. Before we know it, Summer Camp 2021 will be upon us. We will be at camp, swimming, boating, shooting, climbing, playing games, hiking, fishing, and enjoying all the grand adventures that summer camp brings. The Camp Staff is being formed, the programs are being prepared and the facilities readied for your arrival. We are excited, are you?

The time is now to start making plans for all of the summer Cub Scout programs. Summer 2021 at the Lake of the Ozarks Scout Reservation will offer our Cubs, leaders, parents and families three distinct programs to enjoy: Cub Adventure Camp, Akela Camp and Webelos Camp.

The cost for camp is as follows

Cub Akela Camp 

  • $85 per scout
    • A $10 late fee is applied if registered after May 15
      for Family Camp, a non-scout sibling’s registration cost is the same as that of a scout
  • $70 per adult

Cub Adventure Camp & Webelos Camp

  • $165 per scout
    • A $15 late fee is applied if registered after May 15
  • $110 per adult

A $15 per person deposit is required to lock-in your unit registration and will be collected after the completion of this reservation survey.

Prior to the May 15th Camper Savings Day, all fees, less the $15 deposit, are refundable and transferable. Please check your Scouts’ prior commitments to summer sports and family vacations before May 15. After May 15th, all refunds are to be submitted, reviewed, and approved based on the GRC Refund Policy.

To begin the registration process click below to complete a quick reservation to reserve your unit and campsite a spot for summer camp.

COVID Safety Precautions

The safety of our Scouts, volunteers, and employees is the Great Rivers Council’s top priority. Over the last year our staff, our volunteers in the Camping, Health and Safety and Risk Management committees have been guiding us as to how we can operate a summer camp program as safe as possible with mitigation efforts.

Our camp health and safety plan includes:

  1. Pre-camp education
  2. Health screening conducted prior to travel to our camp
  3. Activity sizes are managed to encourage and accommodate physical distancing requirements
  4. Sanitation & personal hygiene signage posted around camp
  5. Enhanced sanitation with extra handwashing/hand sanitizer stations
  6. Face masks required for certain activities and as desired by the camper.
  7. An emergency response plan that includes an isolation and quarantine protocol should a person at camp develop symptoms of COVID-19
  8. Trained and licensed medical professionals on staff and on property during the entirety of camp.
  9. Trained and certified camp leadership and staff that will undergo additional training on new polices and standards in regard to health & safety and sanitation protocols.