Cub World is a Cub Scout Resident Camp that serves the Chippewa Valley Council in northern Wisconsin. Cub World is part of the L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation’s beautiful forest and lake landscape. Many have entered the gates of Cub World to experience the adventure of a summer. Swimming, boating and fishing at Bass Lake!
Themed crafts and nature exploration programs take you all over Cub World. Shoot B.B. guns, compete in rock throwing, and shoot at our archery targets at the Cub World Shooting Sports range. Learn new outdoor skills and transition from WEBELOS to an Arrow of Light Scout at our Outdoor Skills and Brown Sea Island program. Experience evenings of games and teamwork activities with campfires and camp shows to follow. Come join us and let the adventure begin!
Welcome to our innovative camping experience! Pack camping is an experience where you and your entire pack come to Cub World and experience all the adventures waiting to happen! With a progressive programming schedule, your Scouts will experience skills and adventures that areCOST:Scouts: $130.00 Adults: $100.00
We look forward to your arrival. Our schedule is designed to ensure that our staff are ready for your arrival. Please do not arrive before your session’s check-in time begins.
(A) Sunday – Tuesday
Sunday: Check-In 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Tuesday: Check-Out 1:30 p.m.
(B) Friday – Sunday
Friday: Check-In 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Sunday: Check-Out 10:15 a.m.
(C) Thursday – Saturday
Thursday: Check-In 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Saturday: Check-Out 10:15 a.m.
Cub World provides many opportunities for Scouts to learn new skills and take part in terrific adventures. From nature activities to climbing to aquatics and boating, your camp experience will definitely be one you will never forget! Take a look at the following pages for more information about each area.
We avoid prepared foods, and make each meal as wholesome as possible.
Eric Muench is the Reservation Director for the Chippewa Valley Council. This is his second summer as Reservation Director and in the past 9 summers he has also served as Shooting Sports Director, Program Director and Commissioner. Eric is excited for your arrival at camp. Feel free to contact him any time for questions or feedback at email@example.com.
A committee of volunteers oversees Cub World and advocates for customer satisfaction, food service, shooting sports, aquatics, outdoor skills, ecology and advancement. Contact the Chippewa Valley Council Service Center at 715-832-6671 if you would like to be in contact with the Camping Committee Chair or other volunteer advocates.
Leaders are the foundation of all Scouting programs. Without your involvement there would be no Cub Scouting program. Our Cub Scout program not only provides fun and exciting experiences for youth, but we try to involve the leaders as much as possible. Here are the reasons we want YOU at Cub World.