Summer Camp

Friday, June 24 - Sunday, June 26, 2022

Detailed information below the video:

Pre-recorded Camp Information Session (recorded 2021)

Welcome to Summer Camp! Here is the important information:

When: Friday, June 24 6pm - Sunday, June 26 1pm

Where: Phillippo Scout Camp (30654 32nd Ave Way, Cannon Falls, MN 55009)

Who: Pack 60 Tigers, Wolves, Bears and Webelos (1st-4th Grade in the fall), Adults and Siblings

Cost: Scouts & Siblings $150; Adults $90; Webelos Outpost Extra Night (4th Graders) $35/person (Scouts and Adults)

Uniform: Class A for Friday Night, Class B Activity T-Shirt for Saturday and Sunday

What to Bring: Health Forms A/B for both Scouts and Adults (link below), Shooting Sports Permission Slip (link below), tent (I recommend bringing your own and not using the camp's tents), sleeping bag, camp mat, pillow, 2 changes of cloths, toiletries, sun screen, bug spray, rain gear, swim suit, towel, back pack, water bottle, camp chair, flash light.

For a full packing list, and more detailed information, check out the following link to the full Camp Guide:

If you do not have a tent of your own, please contact us ASAP as there are options available.

Parent Sheet & Packing List:

Camp Guide:

Important documents that you will need to bring to camp with you.

1) Map to Camp Phillippo -

2) Health Forms A/B (for both Scouts and Adults) -

3) Shooting Sports Permission Form -

4) COVID-19 Screening Form -

Cubmaster Recommendations:

The tentative schedule is below, however, I highly recommend:

1) Wear your swimsuit under your clothes to camp.

2) Arriving BEFORE 6pm so that you are closer to the front of the line when the gates open.

3) Dropping your items off in camp, then heading straight to the swim tests as the line gets long.

4) After your swim test, head back to camp to set up your tent before the camp tour.

NOTE) The swim test CAN also be taken the next day but it is best to do it Friday night so it doesn't take up your free-swim time, as EVERYONE needs to complete a swim test in order to use the pool. (There is a shallow section for "non-swimmers".)

When you arrive, there will be camp staff at the check in to direct you to our campsite. Please eat a meal before arrival as there is not a dinner served on Friday evening.

Swim Test Expectations

All swimmers MUST have a swim tag that designates their current swimming ability: Swimmer, Beginner, or Non-Swimmer. All scouts are considered non-swimmers unless they pass the Beginner or Swimmer tests. Scouts are only allowed to enter areas of the pool for which they are qualified for, based on their current swim test. Additionally, usage of the row boats and canoes at the aquatics beach is dependent on your swim test. Each boat MUST have at least 1 swimmer on board at all times. In the past, the Aquatics Director has allowed non-swimmer scouts to share a boat with a non-swimmer adult. However, this exception is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of the Aquatics Director.


  • Anyone who does not attempt the swim test, or cannot pass the Beginner test.


  • Jump into the pool

  • Swim across the width of the pool and back (~40 yards) using any stroke of your choice.


  • Jump into the pool

  • Swim across the width of the pool and back, twice (~80 yards) using a front stroke of your choice.

  • Swim one more width (~20 yards) using a resting back-stroke.

  • Perform a resting back float for 10 seconds.

Sample Schedule for SUMMER CAMP


  • 5:30 pm Early Arrival - Line Forms

  • 6:00 pm Gates Open - Check In/Registration/Swim Tests

  • 7:00 pm Camp Tour/Emergency Drill

  • 8:00 pm Campfire/Campsite Time

  • 10:00 pm Lights Out


  • 7:30 am Breakfast

  • 8:50 am Opening Flag Ceremony

  • 9:00 am Morning Rotations - move around camp doing age appropriate activities. Each activity is about 60 minutes long.

  • 12:00 pm Lunch

  • 2:00 pm Afternoon Rotations

  • 5:30 pm Dinner

  • 7:00 pm Free Time/Sign Up Programs - sign up for your favorite activities like boating, climbing, pool, shooting sports!

  • 8:00 pm Evening Campfire Program

  • 9:00 pm Campsite Time

  • 10:00 pm Lights Out


  • 7:30 am Breakfast

  • 8:50 am Opening Flag Ceremony

  • 9:00 am Morning Rotations

  • 12:00 pm Closing Ceremony

  • 12:30 pm Lunch / Check Out

  • 1:00 pm Optional Free Programs

  • 3:00 pm Camp Closes / Webelos Outpost Begins

SUNDAY - WEBELOS Outpost (Optional Extra Night for Scouts entering 4th Grade)

  • 3:30 pm Load sleeping gear into trailers

  • Hike up the trail to the Upper Campsites carrying your clothes and essential gear in your backpack

  • Set up camp using camp-provided tents and mattresses

  • Group Games

  • Dinner

  • Campfire Program

  • Lights Out


  • Breakfast

  • Activity Rotations (sample activity possibilities - not guaranteed)

  • Paintball Gun Range

  • Tomahawk Throwing

  • Service Project - Removing Buckthorn

  • Break Camp

  • Hike back down to the parking lots.

  • 11:00 am Outpost Ends

Please email Ross Dahlin with any questions.