Camping is not only one of the most exciting parts of being a Scout, it’s also one of the most important. Scouts in the Great Smoky Mountain Council have plenty of chances to spend the night (and the day!) in the outdoors — complete with campfires, sleeping bags, and all kinds of daytime adventures.
Cub Scouts go camping with their families, but as Scouts get older, they begin camping with other Scouts and with the leaders of their Troop. Scouts often go camping just for one or two nights with their Pack or Troop, but also have the opportunity to camp for almost a week during the summer at exciting Camp Buck Toms or during the winter at Camp Pellissippi.
Wolf to Webelos camp is a great summer program for Scouts ranked Wolf to Webelos. July 8-11. REGISTER
Spring Family Camps: two weekends to choose from. REGISTER
2018 Cub Scout Day Camps
Cherokee District- June 2 and June 22-24 Kingswood Chapel or Noe’s Chapel REGISTER
Toqua District- June 4-7 First Farragut United Methodist REGISTER
Catoosa District- June 4-7 Camp Ozone REGISTER
Pellissippi District- June 4-7 Haw Ridge Life Development Center REGISTER
Echota District- June 4-8 Corryton Church REGISTER
Chehote District- June 7-9 Kiwanis Fresh Air Camp REGISTER
Cumberland District- June 8-9 Cove Lake State Park REGISTER
Tuckaleechee District- June 11-15 Middlesettlements United Methodist Field of Dreams REGISTER
Sequoyah District- June 18-21 Seiver County Fair Grounds REGISTER
Unaka District- June 18-22 Mayfield Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch REGISTER