Cub Scout Resident/Day Camp and Webelos Adventure Camp
Cub Scout Summer Camp Programs
Summer Resident Camp is the highlight of any scouts year! Webelos Adventure Camp (4 days and 3 nights) and Cub Scout Adventure Camp(4 days and 3 nights) of fun and adventure at beautiful Camp Chief Little Turtle.
Their stay will feature B.B guns, archery, swimming, boating, climbing, hiking, fishing, games, and advancement opportunities. Webelos will have the opportunity to earn up to three activity badges.
At Webelos Adventure Camp, you will have the opportunity to shoot B.B guns, bows and arrows, and to participate in the following Activity pins: Aquanaut, Geologist, and Engineering. Scouts who have already completed the Aquanaut Badge will have a chance to do some snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of Pit Lake.
Webelos I’s and II’s will each have a separate “Super Activity”. First-year Webelos will learn the basics of canoeing and will participate in a canoeing obstacle course and scavenger hunt. Second-year Webelos will test their abilities on our 30ft climbing tower and horizontal bouldering wall.
At Cub Scout Resident Camp is meant to be fun with a purpose. Cub Scouts will swim in Pit Lake, take on the challenges of the Archery and B-B gun range, venture down through our nature trail and compete against fellow Cub Scouts at the sports field. Most importantly, Cub Scouts will be introduced to the overnight camp experience of living in the great outdoors of CCLT in their own tent.
Cub Scouts will participate in the following Belt Loop activities: Geologist, Scientist, Swimming and Weather.
While some activities will cover a wide variety of Wolf and Bear requirements, it is not our intention for scouts to walk away with completed ranks or activity pins each summer.
In addition to the above activities at both camps each den will have a “Flex” time where you can choose to go fishing, hiking, or play any of the games we will have available including a 9 hole disc golf course, badminton, or volleyball.
Cub Scout Resident and Webelos Adventure Camps provide a highly trained staff and delicious meals are prepared by our full-service kitchen. Bring your own tent our use ours, but come ready to have the time of your life!
Anthony Wayne Area Council Boy Scouts believes that every scout deserves the opportunity to experience Boy Scout Camp. No scout should not be able to attend camp because of lack of financial resources. Funds are available to in-council scouts for up to ½ the cost of camp. Complete the Campership Application and submit it to your troop leader.
Camp Contact Information
Telephone Service: The camp office is a business office. Routine hours are between 8:00 AM and 9:00 PM; however, there may be times when the staff is away from the office. There is an answering machine for your convenience. Please leave your name and phone number so that Camp Staff may return your call.
Camp Phone/Emergency #: 260-475-5079 CAMP FAX #: 260-475-1709
Mail Service: Mail will be sent and received once each day from the camp office. Stamps and
writing materials are available at the Camp Trading Post. Please include your return address on each piece of mail. The camp mailing address is:
Scout's Name, Troop Number
Anthony Wayne Scout Reservation
2282 W 500 S
Pleasant Lake, IN 46779-9643
Important Scout Camp Information
To learn more about how to help your camper have a good time, read this Important Information for Families of Scouts Attending Camp.