Prickly Pear District 

 

 

Prickly Pear District Cub Scout Camp/Event Rules:

 

No PETS of any kind (you'll need to leave & take them home if you bring them)!

 

No TOBACCO (smoking is discouraged, must not occur in front of the children and must occur only in a closed vehicle away from campsite)!

 

No ALCOHOL!

 

No sheath knives at all.

 

No pocketknives unless the individual has earned the whittling chip (Bears & up) and is carrying it.  May not be used by Cub Scouts without direct adult supervision.

 

No firearms (except District BB guns) or fireworks allowed.

 

Unplugged -- no game boys, mp3, radios, etc.  (Leaders may have cell phones available).

 

Buddy system at all times.

 

Cub Scouts must be under supervision of an adult (registered leader or parent/volunteer age 21 or older) at all times.

 

Scouts and leaders should wear Class A uniforms to and from campout, at all large group formal activities (flag ceremonies and evening campfire);  Class B uniforms (day camp t-shirt, etc.) okay for afternoon activities and around Pack campsite.

 

Campers are allowed for families at Cub Scout overnight events.

HAVE FUN!

 

Transportation: All drivers must be 21 years old; No Scouts in the back of trucks or in camper bodies.  Each passenger must ride in proper seat and wear a seatbelt.  Need local travel permits, unless you are only transporting your child.

 

All cars must be parked in designated areas.

 

Quiet hours from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. (no generators then).

 

Do not pitch tents near open fires.

 

Do not use lighted candles, matches or other flammable sources near or in tents.

 

Only flashlights and electric lanterns should be used in tents.

 

One campfire per campsite -- fire ring or leave no trace fires (barrel raised above ground or fire in firebox with firecloth underneath).

 

Fires are not to be left unattended.

 

Axes / ax yards are for leaders/adults only.  Cub scouts do not meet age requirements to handle axes.

 

No chain saws.

 

No cutting of any trees without permission.

 

No waterfront activities.

 

VIOLATION of these Cub Scout Camp Rules may result in you being asked to leave the event and possibly loss of future event attendance privileges.

Do - Have fun!!!

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Last modified: 01/03/2013

 

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