Summer Camp 2018

Camp Lavigne boasts a a proud tradition of adventure and excitement in the outdoors from the first campers who walked through the gates over 90 years ago to the Scouts who enjoyed a week of summer camp there last year.

At Camp Lavigne , you will find something for everyone, from the newest Tiger Cub to the most intense Eagle. From Cub Day Camp to Pathways to merit badges to the C.O.P.E. course and Specialty Camps or the Wilderness Living program for the elite outdoorsman, there's an exciting adventure for you.

Our Nationally Accredited camp will be fully staffed with certified directors and skilled leaders for all of these camps.
Financial assistance is available for any of these camps.

 

SEVEN GREAT OPTIONS TO CHOSE FROM IN 2018!

3 DIFFERENT OPTIONS FOR CUB SCOUTS AND 4 FOR BOY SCOUTS!

CLICK on any of the links, below for more information about any of these camps.

 

CUB SCOUT SUMMER CAMP

Cub Scout Camping and outdoor activities fulfill a Cub Scout’s dream of fun, excitement and adventure.

This is an ideal opportunity to experience quality time with family and friends in the outdoors.  Try one, two, or a combination of all three super Cub Camp experiences this summer!!!  Click on the links below, to find more information about these camping opportunities.

The theme for Cub Scout Camping at Camp Lavigne this summer is HARRY POTTER.

Parents - Come out to camp this summer and spend some quality time with
your biggest fan, your son!

Take a look at all the fun we have in store for you this summer...

Cub Scout Day Camp – June 30th – July 3rd

Cub Scout Resident Camp – June 30th - July 3rd

Webelos Resident Camp – July 5th – July 8th

 

BOY SCOUT SUMMER CAMP

From Pathways to over 40 merit badges to specialty programs like Scuba and Stand-up Paddle Boarding, our (regular) Boy Scout Camps (Weeks 1 &2)  have a programs that rival many other Boy Scout camps!

Our new offering this year for summer camp at Camp Lavigne is a Specialty Camp where campers will select an area of interest to include cycling, citizenship, shooting sports, aquatics or Venturing.  Campers will then spend the entire week immersed in that area of interest. 

Also back again this year, is the old favorite - Wilderness Living - where Scouts can experience hands-on wilderness living activities such as starting fires with fire-by-friction, building warm shelters with debris, making strong cordage, hunting with primitive weapons, and becoming invisible in the forest.

Discount available for second week campers.  Contact the Council Service Center for more information.

Click on any of the weeks, below for more information about a memorable camp experience that Scouts won't want to miss...

Boy Scout Camp Week 1

Boy Scout Camp Week 2

Specialty Camp

Wilderness Living Camp

 

Links to Camping Forms and Flyers

All of the forms listed below are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat® Reader to view and print these forms.
This free software may be downloaded from the Adobe web siteExternal Link.

CLICK on any of the links below, for forms, flyers and other documents
for Cub or Boy Scout Summer Camp...

Boy Scout Summer Camp Forms and Flyers

Cub Scout Summer Camp Forms and Flyers

How-To Documentation

Scholarship and Assistance Applications

Specialty Week Forms and Flyers

Summer Camp General Forms and Flyers

COPE and Climbing Related Forms

Medical

General