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Stop Bullying

The safety of your scout is the number one priority of the BSA. The BSA Youth Protection Guidelines and barriers to abuse are proven to keep young people safe in Scouting. Every Scout, parent, and volunteer, should be protected from bullying, harassment, improper touching and all other negative behaviors. No one should be threatened, harassed or abused, either verbally or physically in any way. Everyone in Scouting is expected to act in accordance with the Scout Oath & Law at all times.

STEM

STEM Camp

Cub

Cub and Webelos Resident Camps

Cub Resident Camp

This is a short-term camping experience designed to introduce Cubs and their parents to a theme-based, summertime camping experience. It's 3 days and 2 nights of exciting and adventurous activities that will make lifetime memories. Cub Resident Camp is held at the Tunnel Mill Reservation (TMR) in Charlestown, Indiana and Roy C. Manchester in Benton, Kentucky. All Scouts must have a parent or guardian to attend.

Webelos Resident Camp

Webelos Resident Camp is a short-term camping experience designed to introduce Webelos, their leaders, and their parents to a theme-based, summertime camping experience that will help the Webelos be prepared for a smooth transition into Boy Scouting. It's a memorable 4 days and 3 nights of thrilling and adventurous activities that keep campers excited for months after the closing campfire. 

Click here to see the 2017 flyer.

Cub

Cub Scout Day Camp

Day Camp is a 5 day experience (generally from 8:30 AM-4:00PM) filled with activities, fun and advancement.  Cub Scouts will shoot BB guns and archery, discover nature, practice outdoor skills, learn and play sports, make cool projects, and meet special guests.  Day Camp is a great way to beat the “summertime blues!!”  Registration deadline is 3 weeks prior to camp.

 

2017 Dates and Locations

June 5-9            Dan Boone Clear Creek Park, Shelbyville KY
June 5-9 Lewis and Clark Silver St Park, New Albany IN
June 12-16  Cherokee Fern Creek Sportman's Club, Louisville KY
June 12-16 Wapiti Wildcat Hollow, Russellville KY
June 12-16 Lewis and Clark Tunnel Mill, Charlestown IN
June 12-16 Audubon Yellow Creek Park, Owensboro KY
June 12-16 Tecumseh Trail of Tears, Hopkinsvile KY
June 19-23 Iroquois Camp Crooked Creek, Shepherdsville KY
June 19-23      Dan Boone Wendell Moore Park, Buckner KY
June 19-23    Seneca Watkins United Methodist, Louisville KY
July 4-8 Four Rivers Noble Park, Paducah KY
July 10-14 Lincoln Trail Freeman Lake, Elizabethtown KY
July 10-14 Iroquois Shawnee, Louisville KY
July 10-14 Tecumseh **Madisonville City Park, Madisonville KY**
July 24-28      Wapiti Camp Rotary, Glasgow KY

**Twilight Camp**

Visit the Council Calendar on our website

If you'd like to learn more about the Lincoln Heritage Council's Day Camp, please contact Sarah Flowers at 502-361-2624 or sarah.flowers@scouting.org . We hope to see you there!
 

Leader's Guide & Info
Camp Fee Assistance Form
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Cub Scout Day Camp Participant Application
Lil' Buddy Day Camp Participant Application
Cub Scout Twilight Camp Application - Tecumseh
Lil' Buddy Twilight Camp Application - Tecumseh

Click here to register online for Cub Scout Day Camp!

Click here to register online for Lil Buddy Day Camp!

 

Be on Day Camp Staff!

Click here to register online to be on Staff!

Day Camp Staff/Den Walker/Adult Application

Day Camp Staff/Den Walker/Adult Application - Twilight - Tecumseh

Wood

Wood Badge

Wood Badge is the most advanced adult leader training available.  A Scouter participating in Wood Badge has the opportunity to understand Scouting as a family of interrelated, values-based programs providing age-appropriate activities for youth.  It recognizes contemporary leadership concepts and will help the participant discover how they are relevant to the Scouting movement and apply the skills learned as a member of a successful working team.  The course will revitalize their commitment to Scouting by sharing in an inspirational experience that provides Scouting with renewed leadership, resulting in a greater youth retention.  Many Scouters consider Wood Badge to be a peak experience in their Scouting career.

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