Mt Tahoma Webelos Woods, Oct 29-30 2022 at Camp Pigott

Webelos Woods!!! A fun, achievement filled weekend!

Webelos and AOL Adventure Activities for Cubs, Information for Parents!

Who:               Webelos and AOL Cub Scouts and their parents
Where:           Camp Pigott near Monroe, Washington
When:            Saturday Oct 29, 7:30AM – Sunday Oct 30, 11:00AM
What:             An overnight camping event to work on Webelos and AOL Adventure
                         Requirements and meet Scout BSA Troops!
Why:               FUN!  Light a fire!  Learn to cook outdoors!  Build a Shelter!
                         Shoot BB Guns! Complete rank requirements!

  • A chance to meet Local Troops and Scouts
  • Work on AOL Scouts Rank Adventures
    Scouting Adventure, Outdoor Adventurer, Cast Away, and Into the Wild
  • Work on Webelos 1 Rank Adventures
    Cast Iron Chef, Stronger Faster Higher, Cast Away, and Into the Wild
  • Camp with your Scout in a Scout Camp!
    Adirondacks, two person cabins, or your own tent.
  • Share in a Campfire Program
  • Supper Fun Halloween closing ceremony!

Cost:        Webelos & AOL Scout – $25
                  Parent & Adult Leader – $10
                  Youth Staff (BSA Troop Scouts)  – $10

If your pack is participating in Camp Halloween at Camp Edward on the 30th, you’ll already be at camp!!  Can’t stay overnight? Come for the day! (Cost is the same for the day as overnight)

Please note, units need to contact the camp and reserve a campsite separately from registration.

Mark Martinez, Webelos Woods Coordinator



Additional Details:        Your Den camps as a group in your own tents or 2 person cabins or 8 person Adirondacks in a campsite with bathrooms nearby.  There is water, some electricity – for CPAPs, some picnic tables, some supports for dining flys (bring tarps), some covered dining areas, and fire pits.  (Overnight camping is required for AOL Scouts and optional for Webelos 1, if coming for the day, program ends at 8pm)

We provide: All activities during the day Saturday (8am-5pm), Saturday lunch, an evening Campfire program, and an interfaith worship service on Sunday morning.

You provide:  Camping equipment (tents and sleeping bags), cooking equipment (stoves, dishes) and food for Saturday night dinner (a Cast Iron Chef or Castaway requirement) and Sunday breakfast. Please bring a dessert or snack to share with each other around your campfires back at your campsite after the Program.   All you bring will need to be carried or wheelbarrowed to the campsite when you arrive, no vehicles are allowed beyond the parking lot. 

Activities: (preliminary Actual adventures may change)