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The program is two days/one night. Tiger Cubs, Wolf, Bear & Webelos Scouts will learn to live in the outdoors at the
Adventure Camp. Scouts will hike and learn about the world around them in preparation for Boy Scouts. Detailed
schedules will be posted in the Parent’s Guide and also be available at check-in. We will have BB’s, & archery to name a
few activities. This program is being run in conjunction with the Des Plaines Valley Council (LaGrange, IL). Choose the
session most convenient for you. Come see this exciting camp and see the plans for a future world class resident camp!
Session #1 June 19-20, 2010 (Sat.-Sun) All Tigers, Cubs, PLUS Adult partner
Session # 2 June 26-27, 2010 (Sat.-Sun.) All Tigers, Cubs, Webelos specialty Program, PLUS Adult partner
Session # 3 July 10-11, 2010 (Sat.-Sun) All Tigers, Cubs, PLUS Adult partner
Session # 4 July 17-18, 2010 (Sat. – Sun.) All Tigers, Cubs, Webelos specialty Program, PLUS Adult partner
Session #5 July 24-25, 2010 (Sat. – Sun.) All Tigers, Cubs, PLUS Adult partner
Where: Adventure Camp, 3998 Knoll Rd., Rochelle, IL61068 (Northwest of Rochelle, Illinois)
Who can attend: Tiger Cubs, Wolves, Bears, and Webelos plus their Adult Partner.
Note: A Special Webelos program is available only sessions #2 and #4
Cost: $125 per Scout and $95 per Adult
A special $25 per person discount coupon will be available that expires Sat, February 27, 2010 – Pay early and save!
Registrations must be made directly through the Des Plaines Valley Council, do not pay thru Three Fires Council!
Registration begins at 7:30 AM on Saturday. A staff member will be in the parking lot for registration and to direct you to
registration and your campsite. Meet at the flagpole to begin the program at 9:00 AM.
*An Annual Health and Medical Record form (#34605) for Scout and Adult, sections A & C must be completed. The old
form can no longer be accepted.
Facilities: There will be access to a modern shower facility with flush toilets!
All meals are served under the picnic shelter... Special dietary requirements should be noted on the application and the
Camp Director notified. Meals will start with lunch on Saturday and run through breakfast on Sunday. There will be a
cracker barrel (snack) Saturday night. No cooking in campsites.
• Bring personal tents, the Adventure Camp does not provide camping equipment.
• Campsites will be assigned upon arrival after registration. Picnic tables are available on a first-come basis.
• NO FIRES ON BARE GROUND! NO FIRES IN CAMPSITE
• NO RV’S, POP-UP TRAILERS, OR TRAVEL TRAILERS ALLOWED
• NO GENERATORS ALLOWED. Electrical hookups/sanitary dumps are not provided.
• No Pets, alcohol, Illegal Drugs or Firearms are allowed!
• No siblings (not registered with Boy Scouts of America)
DEPARTURE/CHECK OUT: Please prepare for departure no later than 11:00 a.m. Sunday
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Des Plaines Valley Council -- Mary at Mary.Demski@Scouting.org
Council website: www.bsa-dpvc.org/cubscout/camping
Refund Policy: all refunds subject to 10% administration charge, cancellations 30-60 days prior to event eligible for 50%
refund, cancellation less than 30 days before event receives NO refund. See website above for complete policy
Please check Des Plaines Valley Council website (www.bsa-dpvc.org/cubscout/camping) for the detailed Parents Guide and maps!