Camping

Cub Scout Camping

The Mt. Diablo Silverado Council offers four types of camping activities for Cub Scouts and their families.  We offer: Day Camp, Resident Camp, Family Camp and Weekend Camp.  Each type of camp has a special set of activities and advancements your Scouts can earn all while having a great time with their friends.

Day Camp

Join Mt. Diablo Silverado Council Cub Scout Day Camp for a week that you will not soon forget.  For those looking for fun and excitement, you will discover all kinds of fun to be had! Don’t miss out on Cub Scout Day Camp!  And remember, if you want to earn the Outdoor Activity Patch, attending Day Camp is a requirement.   Meet other Cubs, experience the fun of camp and earn patches all at the same time!

For 2020 our Virtual Day Camp will provide an opportunity for Scouting for everyone this
summer. Scouts and Future Scouts are welcome to participate! This means families
that wish to continue social distancing for any reason will have the same opportunity as
Cub Scouts that are able to participate as a Den!

Watch the Meridian Day Camp video!

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REGISTER  (registration will open the 1st week of June).

Resident Camp

Join us for a Scouts BSA introduction adventure at Camp Wolfeboro, the only resident camp operated by the Mt. Diablo Silverado Council!  Your Scouts will arrive on Monday just in time for lunch at our beautiful camp located at 6,000′ elevation along the Stanislaus River.  Camp Wolfeboro has been a piece of Scouting history for over 90 years and now your Webelos has the opportunity to become a part of Scoutings storied history.  While at camp Scouts will learn to shoot BB guns and Archery, make crafts and earn a variety of elective pins and even up to two STEM NOVA Awards!

Family Camp

Your Family has the opportunity to enjoy the Scouting program at as fast or slow a pace as you’d like at our family camp at camp Wolfeboro.  It’s easy, you show up anytime after 5:00pm on Friday and leave anytime before 11:00am on Sunday.  In between the schedule is up to you for open crafts and activities, shooting, hiking, swimming or just playing cards and relaxing!  All ages are welcome to join us. 
Note: Postponed until 2021.

Weekend Camp

We offer special advancement age specific based weekend campouts for your Scouts to get the most out of each stage of the Cub Scouting Program.
Note: Postponed until 2021.

Bobcat Bonanza – October Annually

This is a special camp for our newest Cubs!  Only Scouts who join this year get to attend!  Come to our local camp, Camp Herms and start your Scouting journey along the Trail to Bobcat.  Participate in all the stations and your Scout will be presented with his or her first rank patch the Bobcat during the evening campfire!

My Pal and Me – Coming Spring 2021

This camp is specifically designed for our youngest Scouts the Tigers!  Your tiger and his or her Adult Partner will come to Camp Herms and participate in a variety of fun activities including Archery, BB guns, an obstacle course, Nature Hike and much more.  Cap it off with a fun campfire on Saturday night and a little free time to explore the camp on Sunday morning before heading home.  This campout is only open to Tigers.

Webelosree – September & October Annually

This is the most popular camping experience for Cubs each year with over 400 Scouts participating each year!  Your Scout will participate in both required and elective pins, help with the campfire and meet troops to learn which one has the best culture for them to continue their Scouting journey with as members of Scouts BSA.

Registration

  • September 12-13, 2020
    • Webelosree Weekend #1 (Registration opening in August 2020)
  • October 3-4, 2020
    • Webelosree Weekend #2 (Registration opening August 2020)
  • October 17-18, 2020
    • Bobcat Bonanza (Registration by Invitation only)

After registering for any of our camps, please fill out the Shooting Sports Permission Slip and Personal Health and Medical Form parts A and B for each person attending camp. Follow the instructions for each camp of what to do with the form.   Thank you!any of our camps

Scouts BSA Camping

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, we have made a number of changes to our camping programs. Programs at Camp Wolfeboro have been canceled. 

Click HERE to see other summer camp options including an online Camp Exploration, as well as camp programs at Wente Scout Reservation and Camp Royaneh.

Camp Wolfeboro

Located in the high Sierra Nevada Mountains on the shores of the Stanislaus River, a favorite summer camp experience since 1928!

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Camp Herms

Overlooking the San Francisco Bay Area from atop the hills of El Cerrito, it provides an outdoor adventure amidst a city environment.

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Camp Wolfeboro

Located in the high Sierra Nevada Mountains on the shores of the Stanislaus River, a favorite summer camp experience since 1928!

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Camp Herms

Overlooking the San Francisco Bay Area from atop the hills of El Cerrito, it provides an outdoor adventure amidst a city environment.

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Camp Herms Reservation Form

The Order of the Arrow is the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America. For 100 years, the Order of the Arrow (OA) has recognized Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. This recognition provides encouragement for others to live these ideals as well.

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