Cub Parent Weekend - Fall 2022


Oct 22, 2022 9:00 am to Oct 23, 2022 12:00 pm



Camp Daniel Boone
3647 Little East Fork Rd
Canton, NC 28716
Location Phone: (828) 648-0435



Cub/Parent Weekend

Oct. 22-23, 2022

Camp Daniel Boone

Saturday Check-In: 9:00-10:30 a.m. Bring a picnic lunch.

Program begins at 12:15 and ends at 11am on Sunday.

The weekend is designed for Cub(s)/Parent Combos. We’ll have fun activities for Lions, Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos, and AOLs! On Saturday, we will rotate through age-appropriate activities by rank.


FEE: $10 per person (includes program materials, patch, and Saturday afternoon snack.)

Select a Pack Coordinator to be responsible for gathering info, filling out all paperwork, collecting fees, and making sure everything is handed in to the Council Service Center before the deadline. 

  • Packs must register using the PACK REGISTRATION AND LOGISTICS FORM. It is a fillable .pdf that can be downloaded, completed, saved and emailed to or mailed to the council office with your payment. 
  • Please fill it out even if you have only one Cub/Parent combo.
  • Be sure the form is completely filled out – we MUST have the rank of each youth in attendance.
  • Registration may be filled out on a computer and emailed or mailed to the address on the form.
  • Mailed registration must arrive at the Council Service Center by 5pm on October 12 (not just postmarked by that day). No late registration accepted.
  • Fees are nonrefundable and may not be transferred from one weekend to another.
  • Please remember non-scouting siblings are not allowed to attend this weekend.
  • There is no discount for those only coming for the day.
  • Everyone (youth and parents) in attendance must have a BSA Health form Parts A & B {does not require doctor’s signature}. These can just be in a Pack folder or notebook. You will get them back at the end of the weekend.

What’s Happening When? (Agenda and rotation details will be in your packet)

  • 9-10:30am Check-In. It’s good if your entire Pack arrives at the same time. Anyone who arrives after 11:00 will check-in at the Pavilion and later at Ledbetter Lodge/Dining Hall.
  • 9-Noon Set up your campsite and eat lunch. Don’t forget your bag lunch!
  • Noon  - Head to the flagpole! Program begins at 12:15.
  • Sat. evening Dinner at campsites and then Campfire Program
  • Sunday Breakfast at campsites and then Chapel (Remember, we all “Do Our Duty To God”)
  • After Chapel Load up! Designated gear-carrying vehicles may enter camp after Chapel.

We go no matter the weather! Remember to check the weather report a day or two before the event. It is usually 5-10 degrees cooler at Camp Daniel Boone, so it’s a good idea to dress in layers.

For more information contact: Wendy Henderson (; 828-243-4326) or Melinda Kuehn (; 828-254-6189 ext.121)

Things to remember for the Fall 2022 Cub/Parent Weekend

  • At Check-In, you will receive a packet – be sure to read the “Safety Rules” enclosed.
  • Adults must know where youth are at all times
  • Alcohol of any kind is always prohibited. Smoking in designated areas only.
  • Store all food in your site in a closed container.


  • Every effort will be made to group Pack members together in the same campsite.
  • Gear should be packed in a tote or 1 bag – pack carefully and conservatively. It is very difficult when folks have several individual bags or stacks of blankets. Below is a list of suggested gear.
  • All gear should be marked with name and Pack # and organized before your arrival.
  • Each Pack is responsible for hauling all their gear in one vehicle or trailer to the campsite.
  • No vehicles will be allowed to stay in the campsites. Trailers may be parked at the site (or close).
  • Bring a simple first aid kit for your Pack. Good idea to have a packet of “baby wipes”.

Meals & Fires

Each Pack is responsible for cooking their own meals. We provide a Saturday afternoon snack.

  • There should be water available for your use – we’ll let you know if this changes.
  • Remember no eating in any sleeping areas. Any “smellables” must be in a closed container.
  • You provide fuel for cooking; be sure to follow The Guide for Safe Scouting standards.
  • If you bring firewood for a campfire, talk to the other Pack members attending -- don’t need 2 or 3 folks each bringing a “truck load” of wood for 1 night!
  • All fires must be attended and “cold-out” at night.

Gear (Remember it is just a weekend event!)

  • Tent with waterproof ground cloth (Make sure tent is waterproof – if new, try putting it up before the weekend.) Platforms are 7’x9’ and a few sites have open areas for larger tents.
  • Sleeping bag (if summer bag, bring a liner or use blanket as liner), pad, camping pillow
  • Sleeping pad (There will be no mattresses on bunk beds in Adirondacks or cabins.)
  • Dress in layers (t-shirt, long sleeve shirt, sweatshirt and/or jacket, long pants, long underwear)
  • Socks and Underwear – 2-3 pairs of each
  • Comfortable shoes (extra pair if looks like rain) – no crocks please
  • Sleeping clothes (pjs or sweatpants and shirt –something clean and dry to wear at night)
  • Hat/cap and gloves if cool
  • Can bring Cub Scout or Leader Uniform shirt for Sun. Chapel. No need to bring neckerchief
  • Toiletries Water Bottle with name Rain Gear
  • Flashlight/Headlight with new batteries. If you bring a lantern remember to follow standards in The Guide To Safe Scouting. Best if battery operated.

Note about not having a tent: If you do not have a tent, please communicate that on the registration form. Be aware that Adirondacks with bunk beds have 3 closed sides and 1 open side. There are bunk beds, but no mattresses on them. Some bunks have a plywood bottom and some have springs.

File Name Description
2020 BSA Health Form Download
2022 Fall Cub Parent Weekend INFO Download
22 Fall CPW Registration and Logistics Download