|HOW DO I REGISTER?
__Choose your week and location
__Distribute materials to pack families and actively recruit them to attend
__Recruit adults to help each day at camp.
__Recruit responsible Boy Scouts to help as camp Den Chiefs.
Collect from each family Now!!! ASAP!!!!!:
__Completed "Registration and Health History" form for EVERY YOUTH
AND ADULT ATTENDING CAMP
__Registration fee for each boy
__Campership applications as needed– must be complete
8 weeks before camp
__Compile the names of all youth and adults on the enclosed rosters
__Send it all to the camp director:
__One pack check for full amount
__Registration and Health History for each participant Campership applications (if any)
DAY CAMP FORMS (Fill in)
2014 Youth Registration Form
2014 Adult Registration Form
2014 Payment Worksheet
2014 Youth Roster
2014 Adult Roster
2014 Campership Form
2014 Camp Selection Form
2014 How to Register Check Off List
2014 Aurora District Day Camp Flyer
When do late fees go into effect?
Unless otherwise specified the last day to register without a late fee is 8 weeks before your camp begins.
How much is the late fee?
Unless otherwise specified the late fee is $25 per boy.
Do I need to attend with my Tiger?
Yes. Every Tiger must be accompanied by an adult partner for the duration of camp.
Do I need to attend with my son?
Cub Day Camp only runs with the effort of many volunteer helpers. Parents are strongly
encouraged to attend with their children, and each pack must send a minimum number of adults each day.
Do I have to pay when I register?
Yes, every registration must be accompanied by payment.
Are scholarships available?
Yes, scholarships for half the registration fee are available upon request by completing the campership application.
Why do I have to submit a health form AND a roster?
Every health form must be attached to a roster so that we can track payments and total registrations.
Where can I get more information?
Contact your local camp director or visit our website at www.seattlebsa.org/daycamp
CAMP TIMES: Each camp sets its own hours of operation.
Check with the camp director. Please extra time on the first day for check-in.
Deadline for online registration is May 27th: Tigers, Cub, & Webelos, $75
Late fees go in to effect May 28th: Tigers, Cub, & Webelos $100
Adult Den Guides (Walkers) and Staff, No Charge
Den Chiefs (Boy Scouts), No Charge
Camperships for up to 50% of fees are available for those in need.
SUPERVISION & MEDICAL: The Boy Scouts of America requires a minimum of two adults on
all trips and outings (two deep leadership). All participants, youth and adults must complete the
"Registration and Health History" form. Submit these forms along with your pack's fee payment.
PROGRAM SUPPORT: Packs MUST provide adult staff members to assist with day camp.
Please consult your day camp director for specific adult staffing requirements.
ORIENTATION: Each session will offer day camp orientation and training which is required for all adults attending camp.
Cub Scout Day Camp Refund Policy
Purpose of Refund Policy: Once a registration has been paid, an individual could become ill or otherwise unable to attend camp. Since the council will have already incurred expenses related to program and promotional supplies, not all fees paid are refundable.
Fees are refundable only if: a unit or camper cannot be placed in the camp or dates chosen, or a 50% refund of fees paid may be issued in the case of accident, illness, or extreme extenuating circumstances, if requested in writing at least 15 days prior to the event. No refunds will be made in the two weeks prior to the event.
Examples of circumstances NOT qualifying are conflicts between camp and activities such as family vacation, sports, or band trips.
All day camp refund requests must be made in writing to your district executive. Refunds are not made at camp!
Send all refund requests to:
Chief Seattle Council, BSA (c/o Your District Executive)
3120 Rainier Avenue South (drop off)
P. O. Box 440408 (mail)
Seattle, WA 98114-4408
When making the refund request, please include the Scout’s name, unit number, camp name and date registered, and the name and address where the refund check is to be sent.