Cub Adventure Weekends
Camp Rockefeller is the perfect place for Cub Scouts and their families to “get away” and get outdoors for a full day of Cub Scout programs and an optional night of tent camping. The Quapaw Area Council regularly hosts Cub Adventure Weekends in the fall and spring at Camp Rockefeller.
Cub Adventure Weekends are a great opportunity for Cub Scouts and their families to camp in a safe location, make friends with hundreds of other Scouting families, earn achievements, learn new skills, and have fun. The Quapaw Area Council Camping Committee puts an incredible amount of time into providing high-quality camping opportunities. Cub Weekend Campers will have many items and resources provided for them. Resources provided include tents, cots, meals, water, most program materials, and patches. Cub Camping Weekends are a great opportunity for you and your family to spend quality time with one another and create lifelong memories.
These weekends are great for ALL Cub Scouts and their families, especially brand new Cub Scouts. Camp Rockefeller provides canvas wall tents with concrete flooring in all its campsites so there is no reason to bring your own unless you would prefer to use it. All meals are provided starting with an evening snack (Cracker-barrel) on Friday and ending with a hot breakfast on Sunday morning. Most special needs diets can be accommodated. Simply let us know well in advance.
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Who Can Attend a Cub Adventure Weekend?
All Cub Scouts and their families are invited to attend any of the Cub Scout Adventure Weekends hosted at Camp Rockefeller. All siblings are welcome to attend and participate in all programs. Please register and pay for all participants ages 3 and up. All adults must have taken Youth Protection Training.
What to expect upon arrival at camp
You and your family can arrive at camp on Friday any time between 5:00PM and 9:00PM or Saturday from 8:00AM to 9:00AM. Upon arrival, you will check in with the Camp Director and turn in all medical forms. You will be assigned a campsite. Once you are checked in with the Camp Director, a camp trailer will take your gear to your campsite while you walk to the site. No vehicles will be allowed in camp.
Program at Camp
The camp offers many activity areas and crafts themed around super heroes. We also offer BB gun and archery ranges. While no program or meals are provided Friday night, there will be snacks available in the dining hall. Saturday kicks off with breakfast at 8:00AM. Program starts at 9:00AM on Saturday and ends after chapel on Sunday.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does our Pack need to sign up for our family to participate?
A: No, this is a family centered event, your family can and should still come even if no one else in your Pack is planning to attend.
Q: When are uniforms worn?
A: Evening flag ceremonies. However, uniforms are not required.
Q: Is dinner served on Friday night?
A: No. We do serve snacks in the dining hall. We encourage you to eat dinner before you arrive at camp. There are plenty of places to eat in Conway.
Q: Can we have a campfire?
A: In general, yes, unless there is a reason to prohibit open fires due to dry or windy conditions. You will be given campfire rules when you check in,
Q: Can we gather firewood?
A: Yes, there is plenty of wood around camp.
DO NOT BRING FIREWOOD FROM OUTSIDE OF CAMP!
Q: What is the food like?
A: We get nothing but compliments on our food. We have a great salad bar, lots of food, and we try to accommodate all dietary needs. Please contact us a week in advance if you have a food allergy or a special dietary need.
Q: Who do we contact with questions?
A: Always feel free to contact the Council Program Director Justin Clark at 501-664-4780, 280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cub Scout Day Camps
The District sponsored Cub Scout Day Camp Program provides an introduction to Scouting’s Outdoor Program. Activities are conducted in an outdoor setting within your district, close to home and during daylight hours. The program provides an opportunity for continuation of the Cub Scout program and advancement throughout the summer. Program activities may include; swimming, crafts, nature study, games, field sports, and shooting sports.
Scouts participating in Day Camp are better prepared and eager to accept the challenge of Resident Camping. Cub Scout Day Camp is not intended as an advancement camp. Instead, through supervised activities, boys develop self-reliance and resourcefulness, learn age appropriate skills, establish new friendships, and, of course, have lots of FUN.