What is Webelos Weekend?
Event Dates: August 16-18, 2019
A weekend introduction to Camp Tahquitz for all incoming 4th and 5th graders.
Join us for nonstop fun on the lake, riding horses, practicing archery, and climbing a 50-foot wall. Earn new cub scout advancements.
Location: Camp Tahquitz
What Parents are Saying:
“Thanks for including me; my whole Pack left tired, grateful and happy. Well organized was mentioned a bunch, but also statements about inclusion, community, etc. You guys really do a great job of including a LOT of people- and it makes a difference. Also the food!!” — Amber
“I wanted to tell you we had our Annual Pack Planning meeting last night. It was told to me that one of the boys was so impressed by the food that he believes we should open our own restaurant. I always come away from these weekends tired and sore, but spiritually soaring from being part of something so much bigger than myself.” — Aimee
“Wow… what a great weekend! This was my first Webelos camp as my oldest son is a Webelos 1 this year. However, I had many parents come up to me who have had many kids go through our council’s Webelos camp and comment on how awesome this camp was!! I hope the word doesn’t get out to our council, but it sounds like we will be going to Camp Tahquitz from now on! Please send our praises to the SPL and all of the boys of the troops that assisted this year. This was awesome!” — Raymond, Murrieta, CA
What can I earn?
- First Responder
- Building a Better World
- Into the Wild
- Into the Woods
- Webelos Walkabout
- Climbing Wall (Web II)
- Pellet Guns
- Campfire Program
Webelos Weekend is a safe and fun experience where Webelos can grow in responsibility, share experiences with other Webelos, and be introduced to Boy Scout Patrol leadership.
This camp-out offers a unique opportunity for Webelos I and II Scouts to enjoy outdoor activities, earn activity pins, earn belt loops, and experience wilderness camping in a mountain setting with their adult partner and over 100 fellow Webelos.
Camp Tahquitz spans 640 acres and features numerous outdoor facilities. (Note: younger siblings are discouraged from attending this event due to the rugged nature of the location and so the adult partner can fully share the joint activities with their Scout.)
For more information, please contact Sam McIntosh.