baker day camp 2021
Saturday October 16th
All Day Saturday!
Pack 283’s Day Camp at the Baker Outdoor Learning Center is a great chance for Cub Scouts and their families to enjoy the outdoors together and share a fun scouting experience. Open to the entire family with parent attendance. Join the Pack and the Baker Outdoor Learning Center Naturalists for a great day of outside fun! Activities will include:
Please register soon to allow time for preparation. The 2021 Activity Schedule is attached!
The lodge is heated with an indoor kitchen, dining room, and indoor bathroom. Baker Park is just minutes down County Road 24 from Plymouth, we will be at the Outdoor Learning (formerly Near Wilderness) Center.
COST, SIGN-UP, AND FORMS
Cost is $25 per person (each adult and child must pay) up to a $100 maximum per family. Payment includes all meals and activities. Sign up and pay using PayPal on this website (you don't need a PayPal account) or by check or cash at the Pack Meetings. All Participants must bring a completed health form. The form can be accessed here.
WHAT TO BRING
Water bottle, layered clothes, hat and gloves (can be cold in October), sturdy shoes, sunscreen, bug spray, small daypack. Lunch, snacks and drink refills will be provided.
The Scout motto is ‘Be Prepared” – this is especially true when it comes to October weather in Minnesota. Don’t forget jacket, hat and gloves, sturdy rain gear, boots, and an extra pair of shoes. Please leave electronics at home. Adults may want to bring cameras. Scouts may bring pocket knives if carrying a Whittling Chip card (Bears and Webelos only).
DO NOT BRING: Pets, alcohol, firearms, fireworks, electronics & tobacco are prohibited.
Sub sandwiches for lunch, snacks and drink refills will be provided. If you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies please let us know ASAP so we can make sure to accommodate your needs.
WHO CAN COME
All Pack 283 Cub Scouts and their families are welcome (Lions through Webelos). Scouts should attend with at least one parent. If a parent cannot come, they must find a non-leader adult willing to be physically responsible for their child at all times and provide a permission slip with emergency contact numbers. [NOTE: Lions and Tigers must have an adult partner with them – no exceptions]. Scout siblings can participate in activities if they have a parent attending with them, subject to any applicable age requirements for the activity.
CONTACT INFORMATION FOR QUESTIONS
Jared Gilbert email@example.com
Hope to see you there for a weekend of fun!