Have you ever wondered what you would do if you found yourself stranded in the middle of the Jungle? 

 It’s uncharted territory, and your chances of survival are slim…that is, if you are not a Cub Scout! 

It’s Cub Scout Day Camp 2020….get ready to EXPLORE!


Camp is open to all Cub Scouts who will be in first through fifth grades as of September 2020.

Connecticut Yankee Council’s Day Camps are week long (Monday-Friday) programs hosted in six communities over the course of the summer. Packs, Dens, and individuals are all welcome to register! Scouts will experience all the awesome things camp can offer while remaining close to home. Cub Scouts can participate in many types of activities including archery, field sports, nature, STEM, Scout skills, and more. All areas (especially archery and water activities) place a special emphasis on safety procedures.

Each Friday we will close the week with a Field Day followed by a program where the campers will perform skits and songs for their families!

Cub Scout Day Camps are accredited by the Boy Scouts of America and licensed with the State of Connecticut.


The first 100 campers registered for Cub Scout Day Camp will receive a LIMITED EDITION patch in addition the regular Day Camp patch!



Contact Cindy Pepe at Cynthia.Pepe@scouting.org for more information.

Space is limited to 200 per session.


Each year, Day Camp builds activities around a theme to bring the action to a whole new level. This summer’s theme is INTO THE JUNGLE.

Each day will be different!


Each Cub Scout will be transported straight into the adventure and mystery of the Jungle, and will be sorted into ‘Navigation Teams'(Our Dens) upon arrival!


 Once they have their teammates, their Den Leader will select their ‘Group Identity’ from our safari hat, which equips them with a unique set of skills that will help the navigate the Jungle successfully(they can model their den name after this)!


Next each den will open their ‘Survival Kits’, which will unveil their Jungle Mascot(Snake, Jaguar, Piranha etc.) which can inspire their Den Flag/& Cheer! 


Upon entering the Jungle they will put Cub Scout knowledge to the test; learning handy survival skills, being introduced to ingenious tribes, weathering the new climate, encountering fascinating wildlife, and more! 


It’s Cub Scout Day Camp 2020, Get ready to EXPLORE!



Monday:  8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Tuesday – Thursday:  9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Friday:  9:00 am to 2:30 pm (lunch is at 12:30 pm / program will begin at 1:00 pm)



Week 1: Deer Lake Scout Reservation, Killingworth, July 6th – 10th

Week 2: Eisenhower Park, Milford, July 13th – 17th

Week 3: Old Mine Park, Trumbull, July 20th – 24th

Week 4: Hoyt Scout Reservation, Redding, July 27th – July 31th

Week 5: Cranbury Park, Norwalk, August 3rd – August 7th


$220 (Early Bird fee if paid I full before April 30, 2019)

$240 (Regular fee if paid after April 30, 2019)

$215 (Sibling fee / Grade 1-5)

$190 (Fee if attending a 2nd week of camp)

$10 (Each additional t-shirt / one is provided / must be worn every day)

$55 ( Early drop-off / Tuesday – Friday 8:00 am)

$55 (Late pick-up / Monday – Thursday 5:00 pm)


Plan on volunteering at camp for the week?

$100 Fee for one child when you volunteer paid up front and returned to you after camp ends if all hours/days were completed.

Also, you must attend pre-camp training to be eligible for a refund.


Save $$$ and register as a group!!

Scouts registering as a group must all be from the same home Pack.  Groups have a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 8 campers and are accompanied by an adult leader.


Click here to download the 2020 Day Camp Group Registration Form



There will be no refunds given unless there are extreme circumstances (i.e. family death, illness with a Drs. note, moved out of state or summer school)  .  Please understand that when you register your child for camp supplies and materials are purchased for them and as such we will not be able to refund money for any other reason.


If you plan to be an adult OR youth volunteer you will be required to attend a training session being held at the Council Resource Center. Training will be required EVEN IF you have volunteered at Cub Scout Day Camp in previous years and/or attended a previous Day Camp training. Please note that all volunteers, both youth and adult must have a current BSA Medical Form on file. Please consider this before volunteering.

Training dates TBD