Category Archives: Cub Scout Day Camp

Information on Ft. Clatsop Cub Scout Day Camp and Council wide 1 day Cub Scout events

Ft. Clatsop District Day Camp Volunteer Staff Positions Available

We are looking for youth, age 14 and older, boys and girls. Great opportunity for service hours for Boy Scouts, service hours toward Pacifica Projects for non scouts.

We are also looking for adult volunteers for our fishing station as well as BB and Archery ranges. Current NRA certification would be a plus, however if you aren’t currently certified BSA range instructor training will be provided.

Camp training and set up will be Saturday June 25th…camp will run June 27-July 1st at Camp Rilea.

To volunteer, please contact the Ft. Clatsop Day Camp On Site coordinator, John Doran at 302-270-3834…or Ft. Clatsop District Program Chairman Laurie Good Kautz at laurie.kautz@gmail.com

Please download and fill out the Camp Staff Application athttps://www.cpcbsa.org/files/1956/Camp-Staff-Application as well as parts A and B of the medical form at https://www.cpcbsa.org/files/1928/Medical-Form (as this is a DAY camp and less than 72 consectutive hours, the doctors portion is not needed).

Ft. Clatsop District Day Camp is Still Looking for a Few More Youth and Adult Staff

Are you looking for something fun to do then end of June?

Ft. Clatsop District Day Camp is looking for a few more staff members…both youth (14 and older) and adult. These are volunteer positions. Adult staff benefit from helping guide today’s youth into the strong leaders of tomorrow. Youth staff will be able to hone leadership skills they have learned in Scouts and School. Scout youth may have advancement opportunities while at camp and non Scout youth can use service hours toward Pacifica Projects. Volunteer work looks great on a resume.

Camp will be held at Camp Rilea June 20-26, with Sunday June 21st as a day off. There will be a local training in Warrenton the evening of June 11th.

All staff, both youth and adult must take Youth Protection Training, available online at http://www.myscouting.scouting.org. Youth staff must also take Den Chief Training,, also available at http://www.myscouting.scouting.org.

Camp staff applications can be found at http://www.cpcbsa.org/camping/camp-staff-jobs/camp-staff-portal

Anyone interested, please contact Ft. Clatsop District Day Camp Program Director, Laurie Kautz at laurie.kautz@gmail.com

Youth and Adult Staff Needed for Ft. Clatsop Cub Scout Day Camp

Ft. Clatsop District is looking for quality youth (both scout and non scout youth) and adults to staff our annual day camp this June.

Camp will be held at Camp Rilea June 20th-26th, 2017 (with no camp on Sunday June 21st).

All staff must take Youth Protection Training, available online at http://www.myscouting.org.

Adults will be asked to attend a staff training meeting the evening of June 11th in Astoria.

Youth will be asked to attend a Den Chief training to be held in Astoria on Saturday May, 30th. Age requirements are as follows…

  • Youth staff must be at least 14 years old
  • Boy Scouts under the age of 14 may volunteer to help at day camp if under the direct supervision of a parent, guardian, or Boy Scout troop leader. However, they are not considered staff.

Staffing at camp is a great way to utilize those leadership skills youth have been learning on their journey through scouting. Time volunteered at camp may also be counted toward Pacifica projects for non-scout youth.

Order of the Arrow members (both adult and youth) who staff at camp are eligible for the “Camp Staff” OA pocket flap.

Staff applications as well as other staff related documents can be found at http://www.cpcbsa.org/camping/camp-staff-jobs/camp-staff-portal

Those interested please contact the Day Camp Program Director at laurie.kautz@gmail.com

Ft. Clatsop Day Camp Reservation and Forms

It’s not too late to register for Ft. Clatsop Day Camp.

Camperships are also available for those who may need assistance. Those funds are first come first serve, so please have families apply as soon as they can. They will need your reservation number when they submit the form.

Registration information, including campership forms and medical forms, is available at http://www.cpcbsa.org/reserve-summer-camp

Additionally, for Ft. Clatsop Day Camp…we need to know how many scouts of EACH rank will be attending. Please email the camp Program Director with those numbers at laurie.kautz@gmail.com. Remember, at the end of this school year all non-LDS scouts will advance to the next rank.

Ft Clatsop Day Camp 2014 Advancement Check Off

We had an awesome week of camp this year. Scouts not only had fun, but they also got a head start at signing off things in their new rank books.

Please remember to check with your scout when signing off requirements. The file includes items that were available at camp, but leaders and parents are responsible for determining attendance and participation level.

2014 Wester Day Camp Advancement

Ft. Clatsop Day Camp, a Week Filled With Fun

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What an awesome group!

What an awesome group!

Our entire staff was wanted...

Our entire staff was wanted…

Our Wild, Wild, West Day Camp has been a week filled with fun!

Staff actually started months ahead of time with planning and training.

Once it was time for camp, we kicked things off with our Check Out Scouts Saturday. All boys 1st-5th grade in the county were invited to come…Check out Scouts. They worked on 2 wood projects, visited the BB and archery ranges, went fishing and were treated to a BBQ.

Monday morning we welcomed our campers who were joining us for the full week. They have spent the week having fun with BB’s, archery, fishing, orienteering, 2 awesome wood projects for each boy, whittlin’, learning songs and skits, leather working, Dutch oven cooking, knots, sports, first aid training, did I mention BB’s and archery.

Thursday our campers heading out on the trail. Our Wild Mustang Webelos den headed out on a hike to Ft. Clatsop from the Pioneer Church…almost 10 miles round trip. Our Old Grizzly Bears, Cow Pokes and Prairie Dogs dens also departed from the Pioneer Church and headed for the beach to play in the sand and lash bamboo together for chariot races…almost 5 miles round trip.

We finished camp with a cowboy scavenger hunt, horse shoes, lasso training, capture the flag, cow milking, leather and wood working. If that wasn’t enough, our dens planned skits and performed in front of their families.

We welcome everyone to come back next year for a brand new  theme.

Remember to Wear Closed Toe Shoes and Sock to Camp This Week

Please remember to send your Cub Scouts to Day Camp in CLOSED TOE SHOES AND SOCKS this week.

We will be doing a lot of hiking around camp. The terrain is mostly gravel or grass that is filled with sand stickers.

We want everyone to have a positive camp experience. Keeping their feet safe can comfortable will go a long way in helping us achieve that goal.