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What Scouts Should Bring to Camp Complete Scout field uniform - including shirt, shorts, belt, socks, and t-shirts Medical form and insurance information signed by a parent or guardian Extra clothing - socks, underwear, closed-toed shoes, etc. Jacket or sweater Rainwear - Scouts still have fun in the rain Sleeping bag or other bedding Swim suitWhat to bring camping list?
For a short camping trip, you can bring along perishable items such as fresh meat, fruit and vegetables stored on ice. Bring apples, oranges, carrots and celery sticks; they are nutritious and light. For longer trips, stick with more dried fruits and canned items. Nuts and graham crackers are great snacks, too.What is a scout camp?
Cub Scout Day Camp is often called “the camp that comes to the boy.” Day Camp is an organized five-day program for Cub Scouts and Webelos under certified leadership, at an approved site. Cub Scout Day Camp is a unique program. It is usually the first major activity for scouts after graduation from their previous rank.