Saturday, Feb. 25th, 2022
30600 32nd Ave Way
Cannon Falls, MN 55009
Check-in: 8:00- 8:30am
Activities: 9:00am - 3:30pm
Youth Age 5+: $40/each
Under 5: FREE
For more info: email Brian Cretzmeyer email@example.com
Registration is First-Come/First-Serve
Please register ASAP
If you would like to use your Scout Account funds, please use this link to sign up.
If you would like to go, but would prefer to pay directly, please sign up at this link.
Be sure you are registering for the February 25th, Session #13
Please contact Brian Cretzmeyer firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Polar Cubs is an OUTDOOR day camp filled with various activities and games for Scouts and siblings of all ages.
You will be outdoors 99% of the day, so be sure to dress for the weather.
You will walk around camp, participating in various 45 minute activity stations such as:
Capture the Flag
Lunch is provided. Please let us know if you have any dietary needs
More information can be found at https://camp.northernstar.org/Article-Detail/polar-cubs
Important Info for Attendees
Official Parent Info Sheet: click here
Camp Address: 30600 32nd Ave Way, Cannon Falls, MN 55009. About 40 minutes from Woodbury, South on Hwy 52
Check-in: 8:00-9:00am You will need to park, then head to the dining hall to check in. The opening flag ceremony starts at 9:15, so we suggest arriving by 8:30 so that you have plenty of time to check in.
Current Forecast: Unknown! Be sure to dress in layers so that you can unzip and take a layer off if you get too warm. Also, avoid cotton clothing if at all possible. Cotton does not insulate well when wet or sweaty. Wool or synthetic fabrics are much better, even when wet.
Items to pack:
EVERY participant (adults AND scouts) needs to fill out and turn in a copy of the BSA Health Forms A, B1, and B2. Get them here.
EVERY participant (adults AND scouts) needs to perform this Health Screening BEFORE attending camp. 1 sheet per family if fine. Simply follow the instructions and if you don't pass the screening, then do not attend camp. Let us know and we can get your registration fees refunded.
Extra mittens/socks: Depending on weather conditions, mittens and socks might get wet. A fresh pair will help you keep warm and dry.
A filled water bottle. It's important to stay hydrated, even in the winter. Water spigots are available to refill, but aren't the most convenient sometimes.
Snacks - Lunch will be provided, but you may want to have a little something for in-between sessions.
A Backpack - to carry your water bottle, snacks, and any clothing you may need to remove.
Cash/Credit Card - They DO have a trading post where you can buy snacks and souvenirs, which is a very popular place once the Scouts find out about it.
Scout Spirit! - Regardless of weather conditions, we've always had a load of fun!
If you have questions that day, please contact Brian Cretzmeyer (651-331-9199) or Alicia Tillman (651-343-1940).