June – August 2014
Choose from the following weeks: Monday – Friday
Week 1: June 24 – June 28
Week 2: July 1 – July 5 (Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.)*
Week 3: July 8 – July 12
Week 4: July 15 – July 19
Week 5: July 22 – July 26
Week 6: July 29 – August 2
Week 7: August 5 – August 9
Week 8: August 12 – August 16
* Week 2 prices are discounted due to shortened week
Morning and afternoon sessions of Junior Aquatics Camp will be available as separate classes. The morning session of JAC will start at 9 a.m. and go until 12:15 p.m., followed by an afternoon session from 12:45 p.m. to 4 p.m. Youth who participate in both sessions will have completed the requirements for five Webelos pins: Aquanaut, Citizen, Engineer, Naturalist, and Showman. All youth will receive a certificate stating which requirements they have fulfilled, as well as a camp patch.
Summer Registration Opens on February 15th.
To have the most flexibility in planning your summer activities, please sign up early. Many of our classes do fill up completely! If you have any questions, we welcome the opportunity to speak with you. Please call 949-642-5031 or visit our office for assistance.
Cub Scout Day Camp is truly the best week of a Cub Scout’s Summer! Day Camp is a week long day time camp adventure where cubs and parents experience a bigger part of scouting. So don’t let your son miss out on all the fun and excitement that Day Camp has to offer such as crafts, games, archery, fellowship and much more.
Day Camps are held at different locations all over Orange County during the months of June, July, and August.
Camp location, contact and date information is here.
Registration for Day Camp this year will be done on-line. You can go straight to the online registration here or there is some helpful information on this page. The required medical form is available with this link.
Each camp does different things. As they get closer we will post some of the things that the camps will do.
An online presentation about daycamp is here.
Information on using CampMaster is at this link.
Pack Coordinators can find more information on this page.
Campership forms are available here check with your camp director for information on how to register with a campership.
Dark in August-December
The INTRODUCTION to OUTDOOR LEADER SKILLS (IOLS) course provides the opportunity for registered adults to learn the basic outdoor Scout skills required to be a leader in a Webelos den, Boy Scout troop or Varsity team.
To receive credit for participation and completion of the course you must be present for all of the course sessions.
This course is being conducted by the OCBSA Rancho del Mar District Boy Scout Training Team. A registered adult in any district and any council is encouraged to attend.
Additional course and registration information is detailed in this document: Trng flier 2014