Aloha Council Cub Scout Day Camp
Join the fun at any one of the districts Cub Scout Day Camps. Click on the district of your choice to register!
| District || Date || Location |
| Kaala || June 13 - 14, 2014 || Schofield Area X |
| Kamehameha || June 6 - 7, 2014 || Kamehameha Middle School |
| Kapiolani || June 7 - 8, 2014 || Coast Guard Station at Sand Island |
| Koolau || June 6 - 7, 2014 || TBD |
| Ko Olina || June 10 - 11, 2014 || Our Lady of Keaau |
| Hukilau || May 30 - 31, 2014 || Kualoa Educational Site |
| Pukahi || June 6 - 7, 2014 || Hilo Service Center & NAS Pool |
| Kona || June 6 - 7, 2014 || Higashihara Park & Konawaena Pool |
| Hamakua/Kohala || May 30 - 31, 2014 || Honokaa Pool & Camp Honokaia |
| Kauai || June 14, 2014 || Waita Reservoir |
BSA Medical Form (Bring medical form for each participant with you to Day Camp)
What is Day Camp?
Cub Scout Day Camp is often called "the camp that comes to the boy." Day Camp is an organized two- or three-day program for Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts under certified leadership, at an approved site, during daylight or twilight hours. Siblings are not permitted to participate. What is offered is a high quality program brought to you by many dedicated volunteers at a reasonable cost! Day Camps are conducted in accordance with established standards as given in the National Standards for Cub Scout Day Camps.
The Day Camp program varies at each of the 10 camps throughout Hawaii. The fee includes a Camp T Shirt, Patch, craft and program supplies.
Packs are encouraged to submit registration together as a Unit. Please note that T Shirt availability and size are not guaranteed if registering past May 16th.
Purpose of Day Camp
Providing a continuation of the Cub Scout program through the summer
Provides Packs an opportunity to earn the National Summertime Pack Award
Helping the boys maintain their needs and interests by offering a meaningful Scouting program
Strengthens den and pack organizations for a better year-round program
Aids in the progression from Cub Scouting to Boy Scouting.
National Standards for Cub Scout Day Camps
The Boy Scouts of America take great pride in assuring that all of its day camps meet the requirements for accreditation. The National Standards are established to:
Ensure the health, safety, and well-being of every camper, leader, visitor, and staff member while on camp property.
Ensure that the council takes pride in the high quality of its Day Camps, including the program, staff, facilities, and equipment.
National BSA Guidelines:
Each Pack must be accompanied by at least one registered adult over age 21 during the entire event. A 1:5 ratio of Adult Leaders to Scouts is mandatory. Each leader must be registered with current Youth Protection Training. There is no fee for Adult Leader participation.