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Cub Scouts
Day Camp
  Webelos
Overnighter
Girls
Day Camp
Cub Scout
Shoot-Out

Cub Scout Day Camp

Come and enjoy day camp as we experience excitement and fun. This year, we will be having age appropriate activities for Tigers, Wolves & Bears. Just pick the date that will fit you best and register online. It's that easy! No fixed or assigned days. Register now before the schedule is full.
                    Tigers                         Wolves Bears
Rockets Rockets Rockets
Floats and Boats Spirit of the Water Salmon Run
Tigers in the Wild Paws on the Path Fur, Feather and Ferns
Boats Finding your Way Baloo the Builder
Archery Archery Archery
BB Guns BB Guns / Call of the Wild BB Guns / Bear Necessities

Daily Schedule

Morning Session

  • 7:15 - 7:45 - Check-In
  • 7:45 - 8:00 - Opening Ceremony
  • 8:05 - 10:40 - Sessions 1-4
  • 10:45 - 11:15 - Lunch (bring from home or purchase at camp)
  • 11:20 - 12:35 - Sessions 5-6 
  • 12:40 - 12:55 - Closing Ceremony

Afternoon Session

  • 2:30 - 3:00- Check-In
  • 3:00 - 3:20 - Opening Ceremony
  • 3:25 - 5:40- Sessions 1-4
  • 5:45 - 6:15 - Dinner (bring from home or purchase at camp)
  • 6:20- 6:50- Sessions 5-6 
  • 7:30 - 7:45 - Closing Ceremony

 

Click here to download the Camp Jeremiah Johnson flyer with adventure list

Click here to register for Cub Scout morning sessions

Click here to register for Cub Scout afternoon sessions

 

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Webelos Overnighter at JJ

Being a Webelos means that it's finally time to go camping! Camp JJ offers a great overnight experience for these first timers. This camp-out can be done as a pack activity, den activity, or just as a parent-son camp-out. Grab your gear and come and join the JJ staff for a night out under the stars.

Regarding meals: In an ideal setting, Webelos will bring something they can cook at camp.  The requirement says: On a campout with your den or family, cook two different recipes that do not require pots and pans. (Castaway 1b) To complete this you're welcome to bring a gas stove.  A fire pit will be available if you'd like to cook something over the fire (you'll likely need to start the fire yourself).  After the campfire program a cracker barrel will be served.  Breakfast and a mid-morning snack will be served on Saturday. 

There is also a Webelos Wilderness Adventure Day Camp & an Overnighter at Buck Hollow   (Hobble Creek Canyon)  To view dates, prices and to register CLICK HERE .

Friday Night Schedule Saturday Morning Schedule
  • 5:00 - 6:30 - Set up Camp / Dinner (on your own)
  • 6:45 - 7:30 - Patrol Meeting (Plan Campfire)
  • 7:30 - 9:00 - Camper Adventure
  • 9:00 - 9:30 - Campfire program
  • 9:30 - 11:00 - Cracker Barrel, Night games, Movie (optional)
  • 7:45 - 8:30 - Breakfast
  • 8:45 - 9:30 - First Responder Adventure
  • 9:30 - 10:00 - Game with Staff
  • 10:15 - 11:15 - First Responder Adventure
  • 11:30 - Clean up - head for home

Webelos Overnighter Equipment List

  • Tent
  • Sleeping bag
  • Personal sleeping gear
  • Toiletries
  • Flashlight
  • Jacket
  • Health form
  • Medications
  • Dinner

Download the Webelos Overnighter flyer by clicking here

Click here to register for Webelos Overnighter sessions

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Girls Day Camp

Exciting experiences await for girls ages 8-11 who visit Camp Jeremiah Johnson! Some of the events your girls can look forward to include: archery, BB gun shooting, boats, crafts and much more! The fun and adventure at Camp Jeremiah Johnson are sure to beat the summertime blues and give your girls something to talk about for months. Be sure they get the Jeremiah Johnson experience by registering online for the day that best fits your schedule.

Program
8 and 9 Year Old Girls  

10 and 11 Year Old Girls

Christa's Craft Center                                                          Sally's Construction Site                                                     
BB Gun Ballistics BB Gun Ballistics
Spirit of the Water (Barges) Salmon Run (Row  Boats)                                   
Shoot for the Stars (Rockets) Shoot for the Stars (Rockets)
Astronaut Training Camp (Teamwork Games)   Aviator Agility Test (Games and Bouldering Wall)
Astronaut Archery Astronaut Archery

Daily Schedule

  • 2:30 - 2:55 - Check-In
  • 3:00 - 3:15 - Opening Ceremony
  • 3:20 - 5:15 - Session 1-4
  • 5:20 - 5:50 - Dinner (bring from home or purchase at camp)
  • 5:55 - 7:10 - Session 5-6 
  • 7:15 - 7:35 - Closing Ceremony

Click here to register for Girl's Day Camp sessions

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Cub Scout Shooting Sports Shoot-Out

BB Guns  - Archery - Slingshots

Join us on Monday afternoons for a chance to earn the Archery or BB Gun Shooting Sports Pin at Camp Jeremiah Johnson.

Spend up to 3 hours on the range learning the ins and outs of archery or BB gun shooting. Experience plenty of hands-on practice time with certified range instructors.

When you're finished we'll even give you the pin!

Come and enjoy an afternoon as we explore the world of Cub Scout Shooting Sports. Choose either Archery or BB Gun Shooting. Better yet, come back a second time and do both sports!

Archery Shooting Sports Levels 1 and 2
Demonstrate how to follow archery range safety rules and whistle commands.   
Identify and name a recurve and/or compound bow.  
Explain and demonstrate how to apply and use arm guards, finger tabs and quivers.  
Demonstrate how to safely and effectively shoot a bow and arrow including how to establish a correct stance, nock the arrow, hook and grip the bow, raise the bow, draw, anchor, hold aim and release/follow through.  
Demonstrate how to safely retrieve arrows after the range is clear and the command to rtrieve arrows has been given.  
Identify parts of the arrow an bow you will be shooting.  
Shoot arrows at a target; repeat and do your best to improve your score.   
Demonstrate proper range commands and explain how and when to use them.  
Tell five facts about archery in history or literature.  
   
BB Gun Shooting Sports Level 1 and 2  
Explain what you should do if you find a gun.  Recite the four safety reminders.  
Explain how to use the safety mechanism and demonstrate how to properly load, fire and secure the BB gun.  
Demonstrate to qualified leadership good shooting techniques, including eye dominance, shooting shoulder, breathing, sight alignment, trigger squeeze and follow-through.  
Show how to put away and properly store BB gun shooting equipment after use.  
Demonstrate positions associate with shooting BB guns.  
Fire BBs at a target.  Score your target; repeat and do your best to improve your score.  
Demonstrate proper range commands and explain how and when to use them.  
Tell five facts about the history of BB guns.  
   
Sling Shots Shooting Sports Level 1 and 2  
Demonstrate to qualified leadership good shooting techniques, including eye dominance, breathing, sight alignment and follow-through.  
Explain the parts of a slingshot and demonstrate how to use them.  
Explain the different types of ammunition that may be use with a slingshot and those that may not be used.  
Explain the different types of targets that may be used with a slingshot and those that may not be used.  
Shoot at a target; repeat and do your best to improve your score.  
Demonstrate proper range commands and explain how and when to use them.  
Try shooting with your non-dominant hand.  
   
  • 2:00 Check-In
  • 4:00 Finish Up

Click here to register for Archery sessions

Click here to register for BB Gun sessions

Click here to register for Sling Shots sessions

 

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A Bear Goes Fishing

Join us on Monday afternoons for a fun adventure in fishing!

  We'll be covering all the basics of learning how to fish as well as the rules and what kinds of fish we can find in our area. 

This class will pass off the Bear Adventure - "A Bear Goes Fishing".  This doesn't mean you have to be a Bear Scout to come though.  Any youth older than 6 is welcome to join us.  (Activities will be geared towards ages 8-11, so please your discretion when registering older and younger youth).

All equipment is provided.

A Bear Goes Fishing
Discover and learn about 3 types of fish in your area.  Draw a picture.
Learn about your local fishing regulations.
Learn about fishing equipment.  Make a simple pole.
Go on a fishing adventure.
  • 2:00 Check-In
  • 5:00 Finish Up

Click here to download the A Bear Goes Fishing flyer

Click here to register for fishing sessions

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Partner and Pal Campout

Join us for a fun getaway with your kids!

This campout is designed for you and your kids to have fun!  You can stay as busy or un-busy as you like. 

Check-in on Friday night and relax as you cook your own dinner and set up your tent (or trailer).  We'll hold a campfire program and other activities that you can participate in if you'd like. 

On Saturday you can sleep in or get up early.  Throughout the day, we'll have activities that you can try or just enjoy the day relaxing and enjoying the beautiful surroundings. 

Breakfast, lunch on Saturday and all activities are included in the camp fee. 

The trading post will also be open to purchase snacks and souveniers.

Activities Available
  • Fishing
  • Tetherball
  • Gaga Ball
  • Bouldering Wall
  • Boats
  • Archery
  • BB Guns
  • Knots
  • Crafts
  • Moon Racers
  • and much more...

Check-In - 5:00 - 8:00 pm. on Friday - Finish up and head home - 3:00 Saturday 

Click here to download the Partner and Pal Campout Flyer

Click here to register for the Partner and Pal Campout

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