Why Cub Scout Camping

When a boy and his family join Cub Scouting, they join an organization that values fun and excitement in experiencing the outdoors.

Each Cub Scout Pack is encouraged to provide its youth members with enriching, positive outdoor experiences.

Camping at the Cub Scout level introduces boys to the outdoors and develops skills at an age-appropriate level that will later be applied more thoroughly as a Boy Scout. There is no better place to get these experiences than at a Council resident camp.

To help Cub leaders provide these opportunities, the Montana Council offers Cub Scout camping at two levels in three locations:

Akela Land

Akela Land is a resident camping experience designed for Tigers, Wolves, and Bears with their parents and families. It will be operating this summer from Aug 16th – 18th, 2018.  It will be held at Birch Creek Outdoor Center just outside of Dillon, MT.

More information available here: Akela Land

Download The Akela Land Flyer

Webelos Resident Camp

Webelos Resident Camp is designed for Webelos and Arrow of Light scouts to complete adventures, get a jump start on their rank advancement and prepare to transition to Boy Scouting.  We provide two different weeks and locations for these Cubs to experience camp.  Adventures at both camps will including Aquanaut, Castaway, Earth Rocks, Movie Making, Shooting Sports and more.

K-M Scout Ranch:

  • Session 1: July 8-11
  • Session 2: July 11-14

Grizzly Base:

  • Session 1: Aug 5-8
  • Session 2: Aug 8-11

More information can be found on the Council Web Site: Cub Camping