Day Camps

Day Camp is a fun-filled adventure for Cub Scouts. The Cornhusker Council holds many different lengths and types of Day Camps. The camps usually offer Archery, BB Gun shooting, field sports, learning about nature and Scout skills.  All areas place a special emphasis on safety procedures.  Volunteers and parents are asked to participate in this amazing adventure.

We had a great time at week-long Day Camp in 2019! The Cub Scouts had fun and earned requirements toward their adventures. They shot BB-Guns, archery, played games, went on adventures, and had a blast working on their ranks with other Scouts from all over Cornhusker Council. 

Check back soon for Day Camp pictures!

Not a Cub Scout yet? E-mail to get signed up before Day Camp!


We will publish a list of all Day Camps including one day and evening programs.Check back often to see camps added for 2019!

Camping is at the heart of the Scouting program. The Cornhusker Council prides itself on its camping program. Activities include everything from day and weekend camps, unit and family camp-outs, to long-term camps and high adventure trips.


Cub Scout Resident Camp

Looking for an overnight weekend camping adventure filled with swimming, archery, fishing, and campfires? All Scouts and parents have the chance to attend our 2 night 3 day camp at Camp Cornhusker. We are looking forward to a great camp in 2019. The Cub Scout Resident Camp is July 5-7th, 2019.  Keep in mind you will have the best time when you come with friends from your own den!  

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Webelos Resident Camp

An elite camp experience for youth who will be in the 4th and 5th grade! Webelo Scouts are invited to come with a parent or as a den. The activities are planned specifically for each grade level and will significantly aid the Webelos Leader in helping those energetic Scouts to try new skills in the outdoors. Webelos will be instructed in a variety of activity and advancements throughout the entire four days at Camp. 

Webelos Camp is an adventure...with a purpose. It's camping out in a safe, pleasurable environment to ensure that our Webelos have an exceptional camping experience. It's learning how to work together and play together. In the great outdoors, Webelos gain in experience, knowledge, and self-reliance with the help of their Webelos Leader and a trained camp program staff.

There are 3 dates to pick from for 2019: July 7-10, July 10-13 & July 14-17.  

Click here for registration details.