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Adventure Day Camp
At Durland Scout Reservation

Adventure Day Camp returns to the Agatha Durland Scout Reservation with an incredible program to spark
your son's sense of adventure! Cub Scouts can participate in many types of pursuits including archery, field sports,
BB Range, nature, arts and crafts, Scout skills, theme related activitieses, climbing wall and a variety of other events. A Scout will leave camp with pins, belt loops and achievements toward his next rank as well as skills and memories to last a lifetime.

Activities Include:
Climbing Wall
Sports And Games
Nature Study
Paddle Boating
Row Boating
BB Range

Six Weekly Sessions & Themes
Monday through Friday
9:30 AM to 3:30 PM*
• June 30 - July 3 - (closed July 4)
• July 7 - 11
• July 14 - 18
• July 21 - 25
• July 28 - August 1
• August 4 - 8
*Early drop off available at 8:00 AM ($25/wk)

Cub Scout Summer Camps Videos

S.T.E.M. Day Camp
At Iona Preparatory School

Cub Scouts can now spend their summer building a strong STEM education! This awesome opportunity boosts the spirit of innovation within your Cub Scout. Environmental Science, Engineering, Astronomy, and Paleontology reveal the beauty and power of the world we inhabit. The STEM Day Camp will encourage the natural curiosity of Cub Scouts and their sense of wonder. A Scout will leave camp with the NOVA Award, pins, belt loops and achievements toward his next rank as well as skills and memories to last a lifetime.

Iona Prep, in New Rochelle, has fields for archery, sports and games, scout skills, air conditioned gymnasiums, access to model rocketry & robotics labs, our climbing wall, and so much more!

Activities Include:
Climbing Wall
Sports And Games
Wet Bounce House
Stem Focus

Four Weekly Sessions & Themes
Monday through Friday
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM*
• June 30 - July 3 - (closed July 4)
• July 7 - 11 
• July 14 - 18 
• July 21 - 25
• July 28 - August 1
*Early drop off available at 8:00 AM ($25/wk)

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Camp Registration
Durland Adventure Day Camp
One Week: $255 (June 30-July 3: $205)

STEM Day Camp
One Week: $255 (June 30-July 3: $205)


If your Scout is completing first, second, third or fourth grade in June, you should register for Cub Scout Day Camp below.  If your Scout is completing fifth, sixth or a higher grade in June, then you should register for Boy Scout Day Camp here.

PLEASE NOTE: There is a $75 non-refundable deposit due per week when registering for camp.  All balances are due in full two weeks prior to the start of camp. 

*Early drop off available at 8:00 AM ($25/wk)
*Late pick up available at 5:30 PM ($50/wk)



Send a Den And Save
If eight boys from the same Pack comes to one of the day camps and an approved adult leader attends all of the camp with them, the adult leader receives a $200 stipend and the remaining seven boys each receive a $25 refund off of their camp fee! At the resident camps the leader is charged ½ price of the youth fee.

Can Scouts Serve As Den Leaders?
Boy Scouts who are at least 14 years old may serve as a Den Chief at the day camps for the summer of 2014. They must be approved by the camp director and will be asked to sign a contract. Den Chiefs will be required to attend day camp staff training and are expected to be in attendance for all five days of the weekly session. Den Chiefs receive a $100 credit towards their Camp Read tuition, which must be used during the 2014 summer season. Any Boy Scout interested in this position should fill out a Cub Summer Camps staff application, available below.


Family Opportunities
Parent volunteers are needed at all day camps. Parents are trained and serve as assistants and guides. As an incentive for parents, when the parent is approved by the camp director, pays the full fee for their son, attends one day of staff training and the entire week of camp, he/she will receive a $200 stipend per week volunteered to off set the cost of camp for his/her son. We also offer care for siblings ages three and above. Check the line on the application to receive additional information.


Camp Safety and Certifications
The safety of each camper is paramount to our staff. All staff receive training, and staff in key positions must complete courses run by the Boy Scouts of America. Each camp is certified annually by the National Council, Boy Scouts of America and by the New York State Health Department.


Are Scholarship Funds Available?
Yes, the Council has funds available which are awarded based on need. An application which is available below or from the council office is required. The application must be completed by both the parents and the unit leader. Unless the need is very high, most scholarships awarded are a portion of the fee.

Campership Application Form


What Medical Services Are Available?
We have qualified medical personnel in camp at all times. Local hospitals and ambulances are notified in writing of our activity and agree to provide us with emergency services.


What About Medications?
NYS law requires that the medications be brought to camp in the original container and be under the control of the Health Officer.


Camp Forms
Please complete and return the forms below after registering for Day Camp.  Mail completed forms to the Council Service Center: Westchester-Putnam Council BSA, 41 Saw Mill River Rd, Hawthorne, NY  10532-1519.

Cub Scout Day Camp Medical Form 

Cub Scout Day Camp Child Release Form 



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