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Day Camp is a great way for your Cub Scout age son or daughter to experience the thrill of the outdoors and is a good introduction to independence from mom and dad without being too far from home. The week-long program fills each day with adventure and experiences for which families join the Scouting program. Activities include archery, BB, swimming, crafts, nature, STEM, and much more. All Day Camps offer extended hours for families whose schedule does not fit the 9am-4pm time frame.

Volunteers are welcome to help serve on staff. If you are interested, you must fill out the online registration form. If selected to be a volunteer staff person, you will receive one FREE week of camp for one camper

June Norcross Webster Day Camp

Operated at JNW since 1982 originaly as Camp Akela, Day Camp is a fun-filled week of adventure for Cub Scouts who will be in the 1st – 5th grade in the fall of 2020. Day camp is a great way for your scouts to experience the thrill of the outdoors and keep active through the summer. The camp offers various types of activities which will include archery, BBs, field sports, swimming, nature, science activities, fishing, scout skills, and many other themed activities


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Camp Mattatuck Day Camp

Established in 1939, Camp Mattatuck sits on 500 acres of land outside Waterbury, CT. Each summer, Camp Mattatuck runs a Scouts, BSA Resident Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp, Webelos Resident camp and a Cub Scout Day Camp. Cub Day Camp is offered to Scouts 1st- 5th and will have a myriad of program offerings including lake front water activites, crafts, shooting sports, and more!!!


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Sleep Away Camp

Whether you are an avid camper or have never slept a night out in a tent, Cub Sleep Away Camp is the perfect opportunity to enjoy camp. This program is designed for Packs or Dens to camp together and bring their own leadership.

We offer 12 mini week sessions throughout the summer, a mini-session is just the right amount of time for a FUN introduction to the outdoors for our Cub Scout Campers. If you are a little more experienced and would like to camp an entire week, you can sign up for a second mini-week and we will give you a second session discount!

While at Cub Sleep Away Camp, our dining halls will be in full swing and will provide all your meal, and great songs and camp spirit. Cubs will enjoy swimming, fishing, BB, archery, nature, fun games, and much more.

Dates for Sleep Away Camp

June Norcross Webster Scout Reservation

  • August 8-11
  • August 11-14

Camp Mattatuck

  • July 4-7
  • July 7-10
  • July 11-14
  • July 14-17
  • July 18-21
  • July 21-24
  • July 25-28
  • July 28-31
  • Aug. 1-4
  • Aug. 4-7
Webelos Sleep Away camp is a fantastic introduction to the Scouts BSA program while providing the additional adult supervision and structure still needed by Cub Scouts. Webelos will delve into knot tying, BB, archery, nature, swimming, hiking, and much more..


June Norcross Webster Reservation


Camp Mattatuck

Week 1: July 4-July 10

Week 2: July 11- July 17

Week 3: July 18- July 24

Week 4: July 25- July 31

Week 5: July 25- July 31

Workcoeman Adventures

Cub Scout Day Camp July 19–23 and August 9–13, 2021 Day camp has all the fun of a summer camp experience without the overnight element. Scouts Will Participate in Small Groups Activities Swimming, BB and Archery Shooting, Nature, Scoutcraft, and Sports Day Camp Runs 8:30 AM — 4:30 PM Bring Your Own Lunch More Info:

Safe Summer 2021! For a downloadable pdf click the button below!


The Connecticut Rivers Council will continue to award camperships to assist Scouts in need of funds to attend camp who might not otherwise do so. The annual campership fund is limited and fluctuates from year to year. Similar to Webelos crossovers and new Scouts, campership Scouts will also be afforded the lowest possible rate to attend camp. The unit process for paying for these Scouts is to be determined.

Question We know our troop has Scouts that need Campership assistance in order to attend camp. Should we register them with a $50 deposit by March 15th? Answer Yes, as stated above, campership applicants are always afforded the lowest possible camp fee. Naming them by March 15th helps the Camp Directors in planning for a great summer program.

Connecticut Rivers Council Summer Camp Refund Policy

The Connecticut Rivers Council must commit financial resources to purchase equipment, hire staff, and otherwise prepare to provide the high-quality programs in our camps well in advance of the camps opening for the summer. Participants therefore must be prepared to make a financial commitment to attend. Refund requests made before June 15th will be reimbursed the fee minus the cancellation fee of $75. Requests after June 15th will be reimbursed the fee minus the cancellation fee of $150. In the event of illness we will process a refund if you can not attend camp. If a camp attendee presents signs of illness while at camp, we reserve the right to send them home without a refund All requests for refund consideration are to be in writing and sent either in the form of a letter or email to:

Connecticut Rivers Council Attn: Mike Brown 60 Darlin St, East Hartford, CT 06108 michael.brown@scouting.org