Twilight Camps

TWILIGHT CAMPS FOR CUB SCOUTS

Twilight Camp is a day camp held during summer evening hours. Twilight camp is a week-long camp for Cub Scouts that is fun and helps them advance within their rank of Cub Scouts. Activities may include bow and arrows, BB guns, nature, hiking, skits, arts, crafts, songs, etc. STEM activities are often included. The camp has an annual theme. The 2019 theme is TIME TRAVEL!

Choose Your Preferred Location and Date:

ADAIRSVILLE AREA 

June 3 - 7  

(6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.)

@ Adairsville High School, 519 Old Hwy 41 NW, Adairsville, GA 30103

More Info and Registation

 

ROME AREA

June 10-14

(6:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m.)

@ Lock and Dam Recreation Facility, 181 Lock and Dam Road, Rome, GA 30161

More Info and Registation

 

DALTON AREA

June 24-28

(6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.)

@ North Georgia Fairgrounds, 500 Legion Drive, Dalton, GA 30721

More Info and Registation


WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

Campers may attend more than one camp, if they desire! To attend Day Camp, a boy or girl must have completed Kindergarten. A registered Cub Scout pays only the Day Camp fee. A boy or girl who is not a Cub Scout may participate, however, they must enroll in Cub Scouts and pay an additional fee of $20 (pro-rated annual membership and insurance) in addtion to the camp registration fee. New registered Scouts will be placed in a Pack near or associated with their school and will be contacted by the unit leader after camp.

  • All of our camps are nationally accredited and staffed by trained volunteers.

  • Our camps welcome the whole family, including siblings and volunteer parents!

  • Download the Flyer!  Share it with your family, Den, and Pack!


HOW MUCH ARE THE CAMP FEES ?

  • $50.00 Early Bird Registration fee. Register Early and SAVE!!

  • $65.00 Regular Registration fee 

  • Camp fee includes: a camp T-shirt, patch, and all program supplies.

We do our best to keep camp costs low, so our camps remain the most affordable camps in the area. We encourage Cub Scouts to help take responsibility for their camp fees by participating in Northwest Georgia Council's Fall Popcorn & Spring Camp Card product fundraisers. Cub Scouts can earn a FREE week by simply selling Camp Cards. 


HOW DO I REGISTER FOR CAMP?

  • Choose the District Camp you wish to attend – You may attend more than one!

  • Follow the Step-by-Step registration. You can register your Scout, Non-Scout, Adult Volunteers, and order extra T-Shirts all at the same time. 

  • Check Out once your done to summit your registration. You are not registered until you check out. 

  • If you have any registration questions please call the Rome Scout Service Center and ask for Angela Goodson in the Camping Department at 706.235.5545 

Camps may have limited space and can fill quickly. Camp is open to all boys and girls regardless of race, creed, color, or national origin. No Scout will be denied the opportunity to attend Camp because of a physical or mental disability as long as his doctor has given him permission to attend. Your Camp Director must know about any special requirements before camp starts so that the staff can be prepared to provide the best possible experience.


WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO CAMP?

  • Wear your camp T-shirt each day (get at camp check-in)

  • a Very Hydrated Scout! (have them drink water before arriving and send water)

  • Hat or Cap for sun protection

  • Closed toe shoes, no flip flops, tennis shoes are best

  • Lightweight jacket or raingear, if necessary 

  • Water bottle/water

  • Sunscreen (applied by parent before arriving)

  • For special activities, boys may be asked to bring a specific item from home.

  • A swim suit may be wanted for any water activities or games.

  • Any required medication must be checked in with the Health Office upon arrival to camp. All medications must be in the original container, marked clearly with the patient’s name and dosage and be noted on the health form.

  • Completed Health and Medical Form #680-001 Parts A and B. Attach a copy of your insurance card (both front and back). Please Bring To Camp your Medical Form Part A & B


WHAT SHOULD I NOT BRING TO CAMP?

  • Personal electronic equipment (iPods, tablets, cell phones, personal electronic devices, etc.)

  • Valuable items such as jewelry       

  • Pocket knives      

  • Glass items      

  • Non-prescription drugs


WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO CAMP EVERY DAY?

  • Camp T-shirt (campers will be given Camp t-shirt on the first day/evening of camp) You may wish to order an extra t-shirt to avoid washing daily.

  • Shorts        

  • Socks      

  • Closed-toed shoes (no sandals, crocs, or flip flops)      

  • Sunscreen (applied by parent before arrival)

  • Insect Repellent (applied by parent before arrival)

  • Put Your Childs Name on Every Item that is sent to Camp!


WILL MY SCOUT WORK ON RANK?

Camp is designed to be a big adventure and lots of FUN!  Many Camp programs are based on a Cub Scout Rank. Many of the fun activities also provide opportunities to qualify toward grade rank advancement. This can give campers a jump start for advancement in their handbooks for their upcoming rank. The camp program focuses on age-appropriate activities, so it is very important that we know what grade your child will be entering in the fall of 2019.

While at Camp, Scouts who are:

  • Entering 1st Grade will work on Tiger

  • Entering 2nd Grade will work on Wolf             

  • Entering 3rd Grade will work on Bear

  • Entering 4th Grade will work on Webelos        

  • Entering 5th Grade will work on Arrow of Light


WHAT HAPPENS IF I CHANGE MY MIND ABOUT ATTENDING CAMP?

CAMP FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLE, BUT ARE TRANSFERABLE TO ANOTHER YOUTH.

Requests to transfer fees must be made in writing to: Cub Twilight Camp, PO Box 1422, Rome, GA 30161. Youth asked to leave camp for any disciplinary reasons will not receive a refund.


CAN I GET AN EXTRA T-SHIRT?

Extra t-shirts may be ordered with registration and are only $10. The sizes are Youth Small, Youth Medium, and Youth Large and Adult sizes are S-XLLL.  Please order at least two weeks prior to the start of your camp. Extra shirts may not be available during camp for purchase or exchange.


I’M JUST A PARENT - HOW CAN I HELP?

If you would like to volunteer at one of our Cub Twilight Camps, please contact the Camp Director. Parent volunteers are welcome and needed. All volunteers will complete Youth Protection Training and a camp safety orientation. Thank you for your help!

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering at camp is fun. Many opportunities are available: 

  • Adult partners with a Tiger Cub

  • Den Guide/walker (escort a group of ~10 Scouts from one area of camp to another)

  • Archery range (must be certified)

  • BB gun range (must be certified)

  • Crafts

  • Health and Safety (must be certified)

  • Facilities

  • Registration

  • Scouting skills (teach advancements)

  • Security

  • Sports and games

  • Tot lot (preschool program)

  • Key staff


HEALTH AND SAFETY

Complete the Health and Medical form #680-001 parts A and B.  Bring it with you on the first day of camp along with a copy of your insurance card (both front and back).

Lost and Found

Lost and found will be located at registration. Leftover items are donated to charity after camp. Please label all items taken to camp.

Drop-off and Pick-up

Carpooling is strongly recommended. 

Medication

All medications (with the exception of inhalers, emergency epinephrine kits, and diabetes kits) must be checked-in to the health and safety director in the first aid area by the parents of the child requiring the medications. Each medication must be in the original prescription container with only enough medication for the week, clearly labeled with the Scout’s name, dosage, and specific time(s) medication should be taken. A medication form will need to be filled out.  Other than using an inhaler, Epi-pens or diabetes kits, no child should be taking any medication except while in the first aid area. Please inform the Scout's leader and the health and safety officer of any medications that need to be taken at camp. See the health and safety director at camp if there are any questions.

Photographs    

Notice!  Please be advised that promotional videotaping/photography may be in progress at any time at an event. Your entrance constitutes your agreement that the council and district has the right to reproduce your likeness in videography/photography for promotion (e.g., publications, internet, newspaper).


I STILL HAVE QUESTIONS, HOW CAN I GET THEM ANSWERED?

For area camp specific questions, you can contact the Volunteer Camp Director or Volunteer Program Director listed on the camp flyer, For other Scouting or registration help, contact the Camping Department at the Rome Council Service Center, or your local District Executive.