Kitsap District Day Camp – Cubs Jul 12-15; Webelos Jul 19-22

Camp Times:
Check-in Starts at 8:00am daily
Pick-up Starts at 4:30pm daily

Things to Remember: ALL adults attending must have current Youth Protection Training. ALL who are attending, adults AND youth, must have a BSA Health form parts A, B1, B2 on file with Camp Director.

Unless otherwise noted, please send a bagged lunch with your kiddo each day. Coolers are not provided by Camp, so make sure your Den makes arrangements for safe storage of anything that may need to be kept cool. Please no peanut products!

There will be a training session on MONDAY JULY 11th for ALL CUB WEEK Den Walkers, Station Staff, AND any parents who would like to know more about how camp will run for the week of CUB Camp. IF you cannot make the Monday meeting, we will be available on the Sunday beforehand (July10th).

Similarly, there will be a training session on MONDAY July 18th for all adults involved in WEBELOS camp (den walkers, staff, etc) and interested parents. Again, if you know you cannot make this date, please meet with me on Sunday July 17th.

EXCEPT FOR THE JUNE 11th Training which will be held via Zoom, all other trainings are to be held AT the camp location in the campgrounds behind the soccer field at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds.

Questions? Please email me at or call/text at 360 204 1516
Danny H – Camp Director

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Important Dates