Cub Safari / Campout

Saturday, September 30 -
Sunday, October 1, 2017
Treasure Valley


Cub Safari Event Description

Pack 54 will participate in the Mohegan Council Cub Safari event at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation.

Grab your free Safari Hat and enjoy a fun filled day of adventure with your Cub Scout! Your Cub will even earn Adventure requirements along the way that will help him throughout the year. Our Scouts will try the activities and exhibits stationed throughout camp, we will visit the vendor fair at Pine Point, and we can stop by the Trading Post to check out souvenirs and snacks.

Fun Activities for the Whole Family:

Petting Zoo - Tigers In The Wild #7
Visit the TVSR Chickens - Tigers In The Wild #7
Fishing - A Bear Goes Fishing #4
Guided Nature Hike - Tigers in the Wild #1 and # 2
Soap Carving - Bear Claws ALL + Whittling Chip
Leather Crafts - Beat of the Drum #4
Gaga Ball - Running With the Pack #4, Stronger Faster Higher #6 (If Applicable)
Canoeing & Rowboating - Floats and Boats #5, Aquanaut #10

Blast Into Scouting Membership Activity

Join the district recruitment teams on Boonesville and launch bottle rockets with your new or prospective Cubs! Bring one from your den meeting or decorate it here!

Tips & Ideas:

  • Electrical tape is available in many colors and has more give than duct tape.
  • Duct tape is available in a plethora of colors and patterns, but should not completely encase the bottle to allow for expansion.
  • Craft paint may not last too long as the plastic is very smooth, but can still be used toshow what expansion can do.
  • Paper streamers can be attached on the base of the bottle, they may come off, be sure to Leave No Trace!

The Cub Safari runs 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. We will meet at 10:00 AM at the East Lodge.

Either bring your lunch or plan to buy lunch at the East Lodge Snack Shack.

This event is for Cub Scouts, Webelos Scouts, siblings and non-members.

Campout Information

Members can also camp with Pack 54 starting when we are finished with the Cub Safari. We have reserved the Chippewa site.

Members camping out are responsible for bringing their own tents, sleeping bags, food, etc. We have only a few loaner items available.

Family members are welcome. Provide your own food and cooking equipment. You can cook on a campfire or on camp stoves (we will have a couple there and you can bring your own). The camp will not yet be set up for summer camp, so bring your own tent and set it up on the the camp's wood platforms.

Bring stuff to make smores - melt the marshmallows over the camp fire.

Note that per BSA rules, when staying in tents, no youth will stay in the tent of an adult other than his or her parent or guardian. Youth members may share a tent with other youth.

We plan to depart Treasure Valley by 10:00 AM on Sunday.


  • For the Cub Safari, pay $10 per Scout or other youth participant to the Pack by September 21. You can pay in person or online
  • For the Campout, pay $10 per family to the Pack by September 21. You can pay in person or online
  • CORI - Adults staying overnight must have submitted a CORI to the Mohegan Council within the last year. If you need this, please submit it to the Scoutmaster by September 21.


Drive to Treaasure Valley. See our directions (approximate coordinates of camp entrance).

Page updated 9/27/17
J. Froimson.

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