Gotta catch ‘em all!
Sponsored by Northern Trail and Blackland Prairie Districts
October 1-2, 2016
6400 W. Red Bird Lane, Dallas, TX
Join us for a fun adventure at Cubworld with activities for the entire family! Accomplish rank achievements while you hunt for Pokemon. We’ll have activities all day and a carnival in the evening. If you are a Bear Den leader, plan and run a carnival game to accomplish an adventure. Bring a tent and spend the night under the stars!
- 7:30-8:45am Check-in
- 9:00am Opening Ceremony
- 9:15am-12:30pm Morning activities
- 12:30-1:30pm Lunch served in Cub World Activity Center
- 1:00pm Wood Badge Beading
- 1:30-4:30pm Afternoon activities
- 2:00pm Edible Fossil Layer Dessert Activity in Cub World Activity Center
- 4:30-6:30pm Dinner & pack time
- 6:30-8:30pm Carnival in Cub World Activity Center
- 8:30 Movie in Cub World Activity Center
- 11:00pm Lights out if camping
- 7:45am Sunday Gates open to allow cars
- 9:00am Sunday Scouts Own Service
Here are a few of the fun activities:
- · BB guns
- · Archery
- · Pirate ships
- · Castle
- · Caves
- · Dino Dig
- · Jump house
- · Pokemon hunt
- · And more!
In the evening there will be an outdoor carnival lit with tiki torches and games of skill. Please contact Aaron Howell at email@example.com to participate in running a game at the carnival.
Fees & Registration
Please register via CampMaster at https://circle10.camp-master.com/. Scroll down to find the event on October 1. You will need to login to Campmaster to complete the registration process. If you don't have an account, please create one to continue.
Register by September 28: Scouts $20/scout, includes patch, t-shirt and lunch Parents & Siblings $5/person, includes lunch
Starting September 29:
Scouts $25/scout, includes patch, t-shirt and lunch Parents & Siblings $10/person, includes lunch
Staff registration HERE (Look for Cub-a-Palooza Staff Registration)
Check in begins at 7:30 am Saturday morning. Get there early so you can drop off your camping gear at your Pack’s campsite. After 9:00 am, no cars will be allowed back to campsites. After 9:00am, your gear will be shuttled by trailer from the parking lot to your campsite. This is for the safety of all of our scouts, and we ask that you respect this precaution. The gate to the campsites will be open again at 7:45 am Sunday morning for people to drive back and retrieve their camping gear.
What to Bring
Bring water jugs, snacks for during the day, sunblock, comfortable shoes, camping equipment if you are camping, and weather appropriate clothing. Your child will most likely get muddy, so bring a change of shoes and clothing. The camp has indoor restrooms and showers. Lunch will be provided at the Cub World Activity Center (CWAC). Dinner on Saturday night and breakfast Sunday morning will be on your own. Campers are encouraged to cook as a pack at their campsite.
Aaron Howell – Cub-A-Palooza camp lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
Debra Lankenau – Blackland Prairie Activities Chair: email@example.com
Marjie Price – Northern Trail District Activities Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
Printable flyer here.