Cub Scout Day Camp

All registered scouts may attend any week or all weeks of Day Camp! This gives the Cubs the chance to meet a whole new group of Scouts from their area as well as another area in our Council. If you are unable to attend the week your pack is attending you may still sign up and enjoy a week or two of safe, action filled fun!!

Cub Scout Day Camp is the highlight event of the summer for your Cub Scouts! Scouts who attend camp will get an opportunity to meet new friends, learn more about the Scouting programs, participate in all kinds of games and sports, arts & crafts and they even can learn how to safely use a bow and arrow and BB gun.  The Chattahoochee Council offers 4 weeks of Day Camp beginning in early June. These Camps are run by volunteers, just like you, who serve as our Camp Directors, program directors, medics, shooting sports instructors, program area leaders, and many more.

Scouts who participate in Day Camp are more likely to remain in Cub Scouts, bridge to Boy Scouts and make the fundamental ideals of Scouting a part of their adult lives.   Thank you for all you do to make your Cub Scout pack successful in the Chattahoochee Council. Your efforts will help to create young men who will do great things in their community.

Online Event Registration by District

Yellow Jacket - June 5th-9th 
845am-315pm EST
Evans Farm
81 John Harris Road
LaGrange GA 30240
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Saugahatchee - June 5th-9th 
3pm-7:30pm CST
Auburn University
The Red Barn
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Muskogee - June 12th-16th 
Muskogee Day Camp fees will be $110 per scout if paid by May 2nd; $120 per scout if paid after May 2nd due to an extended program being run in collaboration with the Coca Cola Space Science Center.  For more information, please contact George Henington at
8am-4pm EST
Coca Cola Space Science Center
Columbus GA
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George H. Lanier - June 12th-16th
530pm-830pm EST
First United Methodist Church
206 McDougald Ave
Pine Mountain GA 31822
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Day Camp Information



Boys should wear the Day Camp T-Shirt, shorts, socks, closed-toe shoes
(Sandals are not allowed).

Each Scout must bring his BSA Medical Health Form.
BSA Medical Health Forms can be downloaded at Please complete ONLY Parts A & B.

All campers must bring a non-perishable sack lunch (except on Friday or last day - when lunch will be provided).

Insect repellant and sun screens are a MUST!  Each scout must be instructed in the proper application of sun screen and insect repellants prior to attending camp.

Boys should wear swimming trunks and bring a towel on days when Aquatics activities are scheduled. Prior notice will be given by the Day Camp Director/Staff.

Put your son’s name on everything that comes to camp, even his lunch!