Cub Scout Camping

 

Webelos Scout on the Lawhorn Scouting Base Inclined Slope Repelling Tower

 

Flint River Council Approved Cub Camping:

  • Tiger Cubs may participate in boy-parent excursions, day camp, pack overnighter or Council organized family camping.

  • Cub Scouts/Webelos may participate in overnight camping at Council owned/managed properties or Council approved camping areas when supervised by his mother or father. If a parent cannot attend, arrangements must be made by the boy’s family for another adult to be a substitute at the campout. No adult should be responsible for more than one boy other than his or her own. In most cases the 1 Adult/1Boy Ratio should be maintained.

  • Webelos may also attend overnight camping with Boy Scout troops such as camp-o-rees and Klondike derbies. In most cases the 1 Adult/1Boy Ratio should be followed. Webelos dens are definitely encouraged to camp with troops, but not during events where the den is not the focus if the troop’s attention. When a Webelos den camps with troops, they should be doing so at a time when the Webelos Den is the focus of the troop’s attention.

Flint River Council Cub Camping Not Approved:

  • Tiger Cubs are not allowed to take part in Pack/Unit-organized or Family Recreational camping.

  • Cub Scouts are not approved to camp overnight on any property other than at Council owned/managed properties, or Council approved camping areas, and the Boy Scouts of America will not provide certificates of liability insurance.

Flint River Council Approved Cub Scout Campsites:

The list below are the camping facilities in the area that have been inspected and approved for use by the Cub Scout Program using the BSA Site Approval Standards, No. 13-508C.  Additional locations may be approved in the future and will be posted when available. Packs can NOT inspect the site on their own.

Each of these locations may require advance reservations and some may have a camping fee associated with its use.   You can download the full Flint River Council Approved Cub Scout Campsites with extended facility descriptions.

  • Gerald I. Lawhorn Scouting Base (Camp Thunder), Molena GA

  • Calvin Center Presbyterian Camp, Hampton GA.

  • Dauset Trails Nature Center, Jackson GA.

  • FDR State Park, Pine Mountain GA.

  • Indian Springs State Park, Jackson GA.

  • Pine Road Park – West Point Lake, LaGrange GA.

  • John Tanner State Park, Carrollton GA.

  • Flint Land & Cattle, Woodbury, GA.

  • The Rock Ranch, Thomaston, GA.

  • Parks Ferry, Eatonton, GA.
  • Stone Mountain Park, Stone Mountain, GA
  • Little Ocmulgee State Park, Stone Mountain GA
  • Black Rock Mountain State Park, Mountain City GA
  • Hard Labor Creek State Park, Rutledge GA
  • Fort Yargo State Park, Winder GA
  • Hart State Park, Hartwell GA
  • High Falls State Park, Jackson GA
  • Moccasin Creek State Park, Clarksville GA
  • Victoria Bryant State Park, Blairsville GA

Additionally, other Boy Scout Facilities in other council areas may be available for your use in a den or family situation.  If a site has been approved by another council and is verified, Flint River Council can add the site to their approved list.

 

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