Cub Scout & Webelos Resident Camp

SPACE: Exploring America’s Final Frontier!

Outdoor Adventures and Camping for Cub Scouts!

  • Four 3-Night Webelos Sessions
  • Two 3-Night Cub Scout Sessions
  • Fleets of new Sit-on-Top Kayaks for each program

Pack your bags and join us for Cub Scout kayaking, canoeing, camping adventures, and summer fun! Four Webelos sessions and two Cub Scout sessions are available. Cub Scout and Webelos Camps help you bring outdoor fun and learning to your Cub Scout summer at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch (SR2) near Bridgeport and Camp Tahuaya near Belton. You’ll go kayaking and canoeing on the lake and rock climbing, go swimming and have fun water battles – two pool sessions and at least one water battle each day.

Cub Scout Resident Camp and Webelos Week Activities:

Swimming Kayaking Archery BB Shooting
Climbing Water Battles Rowing Nature
Canoeing Kingsnake Show Campfires Games
First Aid Advancement Crafts Fishing

Webelos Week Activity Badges include Aquanaut, Artist, Forester, Geologist, Naturalist, Outdoorsman, Readyman, Showman, Outdoorsman,, and more. Webelos can also earn the American Heritage award.

Webelos Leaders and adults attending Webelos Resident Camp who would like to help teach additional Webelos Activity Badges should contact the Camping Registrar at

You’ll spend lots of time in the pool and fighting water battles. All Cub Scouts and parents are invited to bring water pistols, squirt bottles, Super Soaker type water guns, water balloons, or other water battle devices. Leaders and parents should keep the water toys, except during designated water battles.


All tents, meals, eating utensils, program materials and equipment are provided by the camp for each camper. The camp does not provide cots or mattresses for the campers. A limited number of cots may be rented for $5 per camp session on a first-come first-served basis.

If you’re the only member of your Pack attending camp, you can be an “Explorer” camper. An adult camping partner, must accompany each “Explorer” camper, in accordance with BSA’s Cub Scout Family Camping rules. You’ll make new friends and camp with other “Explorer” Cub Scouts and parents from Packs all over the Longhorn Council


The orientation meeting for adults coming to camp, will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Longhorn Council offices, usually on the Wednesday before your camp session starts. Orientation Meetings for SR2 sessions will be held at the Hurst office. Orientation Meetings for Camp Tahuaya sessions will be held at the Waco office and the Hurst office.


All adults (18 and older) must turn in a completed Camp Adult Info Form to the Camp Director on arrival at camp. Each Pack, Den, or family atending must turn in a Texas Camp Adult Roster prior to arriving at camp.

All units in camp MUST BE under the direct leadership of two adults at all times, one must be at least 21 years old and the other at least 18 years old. Adults may rotate with other parents or leaders; however, at least two qualified adults must remain in camp with the unit 24 hours daily while in camp. All adults in camp must have a current BSA youth protection card (good for two years).


Every adult and youth camper must have a completed BSA Medical form, Parts A, B, and C. This form does require a doctor’s exam. The Health Department requires immunization dates and parent signatures on all health forms.


A non-refundable deposit of $25.00 per person attending with their unit or $30.00 per Explorer and adult, along with your completed reservation application is due by the Initial Deposit & Registration Deadline. The deposit applies to your total camp fee; there is no difference in the final fee for Explorer campers.

After the initial deposit deadline, a late fee of $10 will apply. Individual reservations and fees are accepted until the late registration deadline. After the late registration deadline no reservation will be accepted without the Camp Director’s permission.

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