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Cub Scout Family Camping at Camp Thunderbird

Cub Scout Family Camping at Camp Thunderbird

Cub Scout Family Camping takes place at Camp Thunderbird, an incredible camp on Summit Lake, just 20 minutes from downtown Olympia.

Choose from Dad & Lad, Mom & Me or Pal & Me weekends, taking place throughout the year, plus the exciting Fall Festival in October. Click the icon to get specific dates for each of these events on PacificHarbors.org

These Cub Family Camping weekends include activities like: archery, BB guns, seasonal crafts, first aid, Scout skills, games, nature, and the climbing wall if weather permits!!!

Check-in is at 7:00pm on Friday and camp is done at 4:00pm on Saturday. Each Cub Scout must be accompanied by a trusted adult over 18 years of age.

Questions about Family Camps?
Contact Tylene Byrd, Camp Director at 360-823-7300 or Mark Woodman, Cub Scout Camping Staff Advisor at 253-682-2236.

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Cub Scout Resident Camp at Camp Thunderbird

Cub Scout Resident Camp at Camp Thunderbird

Cub Scout Resident Camp is offered every summer at Camp Thunderbird.

Cub Scout Resident Camp at Camp Thunderbird is a fun experience for Wolf, Bear, and Webelos Scouts along with their leaders and/or parents.

Our 2018 Cub Scout Resident Camp theme is 'Scouting Heritage'. This theme will explore the founders of Scouting and also have an exciting view at who the campsites at Camp Thunderbird are named after!

Our 2017 Cub Scout Resident Camp theme was 'Camp Cub-A-Saurus'. Every year we have a different theme.

Each session will consist of three or four days of activities such as: sports, boating, rock wall, BMX track, swimming, nature, and much more! Our Webelos-only 4-day session will include a family BBQ.

ALL campers attending Resident Camp (Scouts AND adults) must bring medical forms to camp.

Visit the Council website for dates, fees and more information.

Questions about Cub Scout Resident Camps?
Contact Tylene Byrd, Camp Director at 360-823-7300 or Mark Woodman, Cub Scout Camping Staff Adviser at 253-682-2236.

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Webelos Weekend at Camp Thunderbird

Webelos Weekend at Camp Thunderbird

WEBELOS Weekend is an opportunity for your boys to learn about the fun things that Boy Scouts do. Held at Camp Thunderbird, Webelos Weekend happens once a year, in the first weekend of March.

Activities include: participation the patrol unit, Fire Building, Knots, Lashings, Orienteering, Sharp Objects, First Aid, Campfires, Songs, Skits, Cheers, and much more. Join us for our 19th year of helping Cubs cross over into Boy Scouting.

Stations Include:
• Fire Building
• Knots
• Lashings
• Sharp Objects
• Compass
• First Aid
• Camping Gear

Please download and review the 2019 parent's guide for more information.

Visit the NEW Webelos Weekend Website

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National Youth Leadership Training - NYLT

National Youth Leadership Training - NYLT

National Youth Leadership Training - NYLT is held annually at Camp Thunderbird.

National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action-packed program designed to provide youth Scouting members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he must KNOW, and what he must DO. The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO.

NYLT is a six-day course, delivered in a troop and patrol outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment.

Find out more about NYLT Today!

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Wood Badge Adult Training Program

Wood Badge Adult Training Program

Pacific Harbors Council holds its Wood badge adult leader training at Camp Thunderbird each year.

In 1911, Baden-Powell took the first steps in training Scouting’s adult leaders by organizing a series of lectures for Scouters. He made great strides in the years that followed, culminating in 1919 with the establishment of Wood Badge training.

Wood Badge is the most advanced leadership training course in Scouting. It teaches the essential skills of leadership, management, and team building. You learn what makes leadership work and how to make it work for you and your unit. The skills taught are applicable to every leader and provide a common foundation for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing programs.

The course is a fun-filled, rapid-paced, hands-on, lecture-practice environment. Practical exercises, in both indoor and outdoor settings, are a core component.

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Camp Thunderbird BSA
Camp Thunderbird BSA
Camp Thunderbird, 253-682-2217
Pacific Harbors Council, BSA

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11740 Summit Lake Rd NW, Olympia, WA 98502

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