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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!

Overnight Camp

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 are fun for everyone.

2023 COST:

Scouts: $150     Adults: $100


Session 1:  June 23-25 Session 2:  June 30-Jul 2 Session 3:  July 7-9 Session 4:  July 14-16 Session 5:  July 21-23 Session 6:  July 27-29 Arrow of Light Camp:   July 30 – August 2


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.

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The beautiful landscape of Bass Lake and the surrounding forest make Cub World the perfect place for learning, fun and growth.
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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.

SWIMMING/BOATING Instructional time will be available for Cub Scouts to learn how to swim or improve their current skills. There are also paddleboats and rowboats available.
FITNESS Want to test your agility and strength? Our obstacle course has more than 10 obstacles to challenge the most active Cub Scout!
OUTDOOR SKILLS During Outdoor Skills, youth will start learning the skills required to be a better Scout. The hands-on experience of knot tying, fire making, cooking, and camp skills is perfect for you and your child to do together. Youth will also get to look around a handmade log cabin.
SHOOTING SPORTS Cub Scouts will be able to receive instruction in archery, B.B. Guns, and rock throwing.
HANDCRAFT/NATURE Handicraft offers many crafts to challenge the most creative Cub Scout. The 1400 acres of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation provide a perfect classroom for young Cub Scouts. The property is an ideal environment for deer, bald eagles, loons, porcupine, beaver, and much more. If fishing is your game, then be sure to bring your fishing gear.
CLIMBING TOWER Scaling the 16-foot climbing tower is a must for all participants at camp. All safety equipment is provided for this challenging program. This activity helps youth develop confidence in themselves and others.
REGISTRATION Accordian Control
  • 1. Camp registration is taken on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to 100 participants each session, including adults. Please submit a $100 deposit now to reserve your Pack’s session and housing location.
  • 2. Reservations should be turned in by a Pack or Den representative.
  • 3. Reserve a session by paying a $35.00 non-refundable deposit per Cub Scout and adult. The deposit is due no later than May 1st in the Scout Service Center. The final payment is due by June 1st.
  • 4. Sleeping accommodations at Cub World may be determined based upon receipt of the Pack's full fees. Normally we will assign sleeping quarters in the Towers first, Western Village next, with the Dormitory last. You may indicate a preference, but that is not guaranteed.
  • 5. Each unit must have two registered leaders plus one additional adult for every 4 Scouts. The final roster must include the number of male and female leaders in order to assign sleeping accommodations. All leaders must be BSA registered adult leaders.
  • 6. All Cub Scouts and adults must have the Annual BSA Health and Medical Record (Parts A & B), turned in during check-in at Cub World.
FEES Accordian Control
    Overnight Camp
  • Adults: $100
  • Youth: $150
FACILITIES Accordian Control
  • There are many places to camp out at Cub World. As a Pack or as a family, you can decide if you would like to sleep in a bunk house near the fort, experience living in the “Wild West” in our Western Village, or if you want to battle the elements and risk sleeping in a tent near the fort.
  • Fort: Campers will sleep on the bunk beds with firm mattresses. All sleeping areas in the fort are enclosed and screened for your comfort. The fort contains male and female showers and toilet facilities. There is a large individual-stall shower house near Western Village as well.
  • Western Village: Experience a Western style village and bunk down in cabins with a “Western” facade. Each cabin has 4 beds with mattresses to accommodate your pack. Eight buildings are available. You can sleep in the church, store, or jail when you stay there.
  • Tent Camping: For those packs looking for a more traditional camping experience, tents are available upon request on a first come, first served basis. Each tent sleeps 4 people and mattresses are provided for sleeping. These nylon tents with floors are set up in a small field next to the fort.
PROGRAM SCHEDULE Accordian Control
Our schedule is subject to change, a typical session would be like this.
A Sessions (Sunday through Tuesday)
    Day 1 Sunday
  • 1:00 to 3:00 Check-In / Swim Checks
  • 2:00 Camp Tour
  • 3:00 Meet at Fort for Opening Ceremony
  • 3:15 to 5:15 Open Programming
  • 5:15 to 6:00 Pack Time
  • 6:10 Flag
  • 6:15 Dinner
  • 7:15 Camp Games
  • 8:30 Camp Show
  • 10:00 Lights Out
    Day 2 Monday
  • 6:45 Polar Bear Swim
  • 8:00 Flag
  • 8:15 Breakfast
  • 9:00 to 12:00 Program Rotations
  • 12:15 Lunch
  • 1:30 to 4:30 Program Rotations
  • 4:30 to 5:30 Open Programming
    Day 3 Tuesday
  • 8:00 Flag/ Breakfast
  • 12:15 Lunch
  • 1:00 Awards / Departure
  • 1:30 Check-Out
B & C Sessions (Friday – Sunday or Thursday – Saturday)
    Day 1
  • 9:00 to 11:00 Check-In / Swim Checks
  • 11:10 Camp Tour
  • 12:15 Lunch
  • 1:00 to 3:00 Program Rotations
  • 3:00 to 5:00 Open Programming
  • 5:00 to 6:00 Pack Time
  • 6:10 Flag
  • 6:15 Dinner
  • 7:15 Camp Games
  • 8:30 Camp Show
  • 10:00 Lights Out
    Day 2
  • 6:45 Polar Bear Swim
  • 8:00 Flag
  • 8:15 Breakfast
  • 9:00 to 12:00 Program Rotations
  • 12:15 Lunch
  • 1:30 to 4:30 Program Rotations
  • 4:30 to 5:30 Open Programming
  • 6:00 Brown Sea Island Sendoff
  • 6:10 Flag
  • 6:15 Dinner
  • 7:30 Evening Program. (Varies by session)
  • 10:00 Lights Out
    Day 3
  • 8:00 Flag/ Breakfast
  • 9:00 Awards
  • 10:00 Checkout
FOOD SERVICE Accordian Control

We avoid prepared foods, and make each meal as wholesome as possible.

  • Each summer our menus are reviewed and approved by a licensed dietitian.
  • Meals are served family style at every table.
  • Milk is served at every meal.
  • In addition to hot breakfast, cereal and fruit are available.
  • In addition to the main meal, vegetables, mixed greens, and peanut butter & jelly sandwiches are available at lunch and dinner.
  • We accommodate all food allergies. Please indicate any food allergies on the online registration system no later than two weeks prior to your arrival.
LEADERSHIP Accordian Control
Eric Muench | Reservation Director

Eric Muench is the Program Director for the Chippewa Valley Council. Eric oversees all programming at L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation and has over 10 years of camp leadership experience. Feel free to contact him any time for questions or feedback at eric.muench@scouting.org or 715-598-9299.

Camping and Outdoor Programs Committee

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.

PREP TIMELINE Accordian Control
  • Read the Leader's Guide.
  • Have visitors from your District Camp Presentation Team share information about the adventure of Cub World. Contact the Service Center at 715-832-6671 to schedule a presentation.
  • Have your parents choose dates to attend camp.
  • Submit your $100 Deposit.
  • Complete Campership forms (Financial Assistance) if needed, and submit as soon as possible to the Scout Service Center.
  • Visit or call parents with Cub Scouts not registered for camp.
  • Distribute Annual BSA Health and Medical Record, Parts A & B (health forms) and set a date that they are due (at least a month before Camp).
  • Deposit payment of $35.00 per Cub Scout is due at Scout Service Center. Please submit one check from your unit to cover the total deposit. Only submit deposits for those Scouts that you KNOW are going to be attending camp - these deposits are non-refundable. You can always add a Scout later.
  • Collect deposit payments due by May 1 ($35.00 per Scout - non-refundable).
  • Final camp payment is due June 1st at Scout Service Center. Please submit one check from your unit to cover the total payment.
  • Final roster, including the names and gender of all adults who are attending, must be submitted with the final payment. Please include the grade the Scout will be attending in the Fall.
  • Collect health forms, Part A and B, from ALL Cub Scouts and adults. Make sure they are dated and signed properly. Submit a COPY (not originals) of each health form for each Cub Scout and adult attending camp to the Scout Service Center when making final payment. No one is allowed to stay at Camp without a completed health form. Health forms not submitted to the Scout Service Center must be brought to Cub World with your Pack.
    A month before attending Cub World:
  • Send out final camp notice to parents.
  • Have your Pack discuss what to take to camp.
    The day you arrive at Cub World:
  • Bring ALL original health forms to camp and any copies that you have not sent in. You will be keeping your originals. Please have them in a binder or envelope. We will need copies of those health forms not submitted to the Scout Service Center. Copies WILL NOT be returned to you.
  • Bring two copies of your final roster.
  • Collect and label all medications in original container and either bring a secure box to maintain them in your cabin or you will be able to check one out from the medical officer.

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.

  • Leaders are role models to our future members of Scouts BSA. Cub World is a fast-paced, fun-filled environment that promotes good citizenship and opportunities for personal achievement for both adult leaders and for Cubs.
  • Opportunity to spend time with your child or others in your community. Cub World offers multiple opportunities to bond with Scouts, make a difference in their lives, and release your inner child.
  • Each session we gather in the fort for our leader’s cracker barrel after the Cub Scouts go to bed.
  • Opportunities to learn new skills. Many adults are new to Scouting. Cub World provides the skills needed to assist your child's progression through Scouting. Many activities for adults are available including fire-building, knife safety, boating, climbing and rappelling, and archery, as well as other life skills that will benefit both adults and kids.
  • We have good food. Our goal at Cub World is to ensure that we not only feed our Scouts correctly, but provide delicious and nutritious food for adults as well.
  • IT’S FUN! Cub Scouts, leaders, and staff participate in skits, games, and themed activities. If we can find a way to involve the leaders, we do!