Peninsulas Territory - Kitsap Day Camp 2023

Camp Times:
Tuesday – Check-in Starts at 8am
Wednesday through Friday – Check-in Starts at 8:30am

Pick-up Starts at 4:30pm daily

FRIDAY – Following Pickup, we will be holding a Camp-wide Family Picnic! Bring your family’s favorite picnic dinner and enjoy a meal as one big Scout Family! At 530pm we will start our Amazingly Outstanding, Stupendously Awesome CAMPFIRE PROGRAM! Families will get to enjoy the skits their kiddos have come up with and join in camp songs, while the kiddos are recognized for their achievements in camp!

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 BEFORE start of camp.

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 10th for ALL CUB WEEK Den Leaders, 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 (July 9th).

Similarly, there will be a training session on MONDAY July 17th 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 16th.

Questions? Please email us at or call/text at 360 204 1516
Danny Hall – Camp Director
Brandy Hall – Program Director

How Much Does It Cost?

Our cost per Camper this year is $175. Our camp runs on volunteers which means without you, camp can’t happen. That said, families who provide an adult volunteer can save money on

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Important Parent Info

Parent and Camper Guide Things to bring and know Having the right clothing, food products, gear and hat are all fundamental requirements for safety and a great Day Camp experience!

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Pack Guide

Cub Week Pack Volunteer Requirements Under BSA National Standards, all packs must provide Den Leaders (FOR CAMP PURPOSES A DEN LEADER IS ANY ADULT VOLUNTEERING TO WALK WITH THE KIDS

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Youth Vounteers

Youth volunteers Cub Scout Day Camp is a unique volunteer opportunity experience. You will be working with cubs aged 6-10, in an outdoor camp environment. There are two sessions, Cub

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Where Do I Go From Here?

Are you looking for information but don’t know where to turn? Whether you’re a family looking for info on local Scouting events, a Scout looking for info on how to

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Important Dates