Cub Scout Camp

Camping is what many youth enjoy most about Scouting. Camp programs use natural surroundings to provide Scouts with numerous opportunities to experience physical, mental, spiritual and social growth. When they think about Cub Scout camping, most leaders think of Summer Camp. However, Crossroads of America Council strives to provide other camping opportunities for Cub Scouts throughout the year, as well. Visit our year-round camping page for more information on those opportunities.


Summer Camp

Crossroads of America Council offers many exciting Cub Scout summer camping programs including Belzer Day Camp, the premiere Day Camp experience for Cubs in the greater Indianapolis metro area with a full time camp staff delivering an exciting program in a world class camping facility.  District Day Camps are offered in their area for those Scouts who can't easily travel to Camp Belzer. District Day Camps are planned and coordinated by a team of volunteers from packs in the area. District Day Camps are available to packs from any district. Adventure Camp is a great first overnight camping experience for Wolves, Bears, Webelos and their leaders held at Camp Kikthawenund in Frankton, Indiana. 

For more information about Cub Scout Summer Camp, a promotional flyer is available which highlight all of the fun activities of camp. You can also watch this video showing the excitement of attending any of our Cub Scout camps and one that highlights Adventure Camp at Camp Kikthawenund.

Click on the camp name below for more information and to register for your pack's week in camp.

Day Camps

Overnight Camp

  • Adventure Camp - 4 day/3 night sessions in June and July
    Camp Kikthawenund, 7651 W 500 N, Frankton, IN 46044

Community Camp

Community Camp, held at Camp Belzer in conjunction with Belzer Day Camp, is designed on the traditional camp experience. However, it does not require adults to be present to guide the youth around camp. Instead, Belzer Staff will act as the leadership for Community Camp youth. This is an excellent option for Scouts who cannot attend Belzer Day Camp with their pack or who wish to attend for a second week. It also allows non-Scout boys and girls from the community to have a great summer camp experience. Any youth ages, 6 - 11 years old may participate in this program. This includes Scouts, siblings, community members, boys and girls alike.

 

Cub Scout Camp Payment and Fee Schedule

Payment Due Date
$50 pack deposit - applied towards final fees At time of reservation though February 1, 2017
$50 non-refundable deposit per Scout March 1, 2017
Balance due for early fee May 1, 2017
Balance due for regular fee June 1, 2017
Balance due for late fee Beginning June 2, 2017

 

Payment Type Belzer Day Camp District Day Camp Adventure Camp
Youth - early $145 $85 $180
Youth - regular $170 $100 $195
Youth - late $185 $110 $205
Adult $0 $0 $100

Pack Camp Resources

CAMP PROMOTION

If you would like assistance promoting summer camp to your families, we are here to help. The council offers tools that can assist you in preparing your Cubs and parents for summer camp including the following. If you would like to request assistance in promoting summer camp to your pack, please email the camping department

  • Placemats for your pack's Blue and Gold Ceremony.
  • Trained presentation teams to deliver a program to your Scouts and families.
    • We'd like to make this presentation at your Blue and Gold or March pack meeting.
  • Camping Chairman and other volunteers who can visit a committee meeting to help you plan your pack's summer camp experience.
  • Promotional Videos
  • Promotional flyer 
  • Promotional card 
CAMP FORMS AND PACK RESOURCES

Cub Scout Health Form

 

Camp Scholarships

Finances should never be a reason for a Scout not to attend camp. Crossroads of America Council offers a camp scholarship program where recipients can be awarded up to 50% of the early summer camp fee in exchange for performing an age-appropriate service project.

Camp scholarship applications can be submitted online beginning January 3, 2017 and must be submitted by March 1, 2017 to be considered for the full value of the award. Requests submitted after March 1st will still be eligible to receive a reduced level of support. Contact the council camping office by phone at (317) 813-7067 or by email for more information.

Camp Scholarship Application



7125 Fall Creek Road North
Indianapolis, IN 46256
(317) 813-7125



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