Cub Scout Summer Programs

Calling all Cub Scouts!

Cub Scout Summer Camps are sure to be the highlight of your Scout’s summer. Join us for unforgettable adventures including archery, BB-guns, games, Scout skills, crafts, and more! 

Find a day camp near you AND be sure to check out our overnight camping option: Cub Scout Resident Camp at ISR!

Note: Financial assistance is available. Talk to your unit leader or visit

Cub Scouts fishing

Cub Day Camp

Day Camps run Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4 pm, and are open to all kids of Cub Scout age in grades K-4. 

Outdoor Adventure Join us in 2024 for 5-days of theme-related activities including archery, BB guns, arts & crafts, and more. Enjoy visits from local presenters, make new friends, and spend time outdoors!

Cub Scout Packs should register as a unit and packs should provide a minimum of 1 adult walker with a ratio of 1 adult walker per 8 Cub Scouts. (“Adult walkers” walk their group from station to station and assist the Scouts throughout the day.)

🐯 Tiger Scouts must have an adult partner.

Download the Parent’s Guide:

2024 Cub Day Camp locations include:

  • Pontiac: Humiston Woods – June 3-7
  • Bloomington: Comlara Park – June 10-14
  • Pekin: Mineral Springs Park – June 10-14
  • Peru: St. Bede Academy – June 10-14
  • Peoria: Tanner’s Orchard – June 17-21

Registration is Now Open!

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Cub Resident Camp: COSMIC CAMP


Join us at Ingersoll Scout Reservation near London Mills for a 4-day, 3-night adventure! Cub Scouts packs and dens attend and camp together, with parents welcome to attend as well! 


JULY 11- 14
JULY 18-21

All Cub Scouts may attend!

Cub Scouts will get to work on their next rank’s adventure loops, explore the outdoors, and experience all that ISR has to offer.

Scouts will swim, fish, hike, climb, and more at our 600-acre scout camp. Cub Scout packs should register as a unit and provide a minimum of 2 registered adult leaders for each unit with the ratio of 1 adult leader per 4 Cub Scouts. (Tiger Scouts are required to have a parent partner with them at all times.)

 Check out the program guide below for more information on activities and accommodations:

Camp fees include all meals, all activities, and a camp patch. Participants must provide their own camping gear, including sleeping bags. Additional information on what to bring to resident camp can be found in the program guide above.  

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