Elm Fork Cuboree & Webelos Woods

Where & When is it?


Saturday, October 14, 2022 from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

Camp Wisdom, 6400 West Red Bird Lane, Dallas, TX 75236

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Webelos Woods

Saturday, October 21, 2022 from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

Camp James Ray, 2026 Mill Creek Rd, Pottsboro, TX 75076

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Both camps have the option to camp for the weekend with the pack

Arrive Friday between 6:00-10:00 PM

Leave Sunday morning no later than 11:00 AM

May stay only one or both nights

Cuboree (K - 3rd grade)

This event is for Lion, Tiger, Wolf, and Bear ranks (Kindergarteners through 3rd Graders).

Cub Scouts will participate in events during the day on Saturday to include Archery, BB Guns, Petting Farm, and other Western Day activities.

For those packs and groups spending the weekend, an evening activity will be provided on Saturday and a Scout's Own Service will be provided on Sunday morning.

After you choose how many participants are attending (Cub Scout, Adult, or Family Member) - you can choose the duration of each person's stay when you update their information. Participants staying for the Saturday only will receive a $5 discount.

Cuboree is open to all Cub Scouts and their adult partner. Siblings and non-scouts who are related to the Cub Scout may attend with the Cub Scout and their adult partner. Please note that the activities will be outdoors and geared to Cub Scouts in grades Kindergarten – 3rd grade.

Webelos Woods (4th & 5th grade)

Webelos will participate in events during the day on Saturday to include Archery, BB Guns, relays, racing, and other Scout Olympiad activities.

An evening activity will be provided on Saturday and a Scout's Own Service will be provided on Sunday morning.

Webelos Dens may camp with their Packs that are attending the Cuboree, however, they will only be eating breakfast with their unit on Saturday morning and then will proceed over to the Webelos Woods side of camp where they will receive Lunch and Dinner from a Troop and then return back to their Packs campsite after the conclusion of the evening program.

What forms do I need?

All forms below should be completed prior to attending camp.

The Activity Consent, Media Release, and Medical forms should be returned to Stephanie Allison by Sunday, October 9, 2022.

This can be via hard copy dropped at my house (address provided upon request) --OR-- submitted electronically via email or shared file location. If you choose digital submission, you must bring hard copies and give to me upon arrival into camp.

The COVID Release & Commitment to Transport should remain with the individual until check-in.

All forms must be properly filled and signed. There will be no exceptions. Medical Forms will be returned at check-out.

IMPORTANT: All attendees MUST have had a Tetanus vaccine within the past 10 years. This is generally a combination vaccine under the name Dtap or Tdap. Pregnant mothers and their spouses receive this for each child. If you do not have it, you are not permitted to attend camp. To obtain one quickly & easily, visit your primary care physician or local pharmacy.

Pro Tips:

  • Fill out the forms electronically to easily update and print year over year.

  • For children, print the Vaccine Record from Dr office and attach to Medical Forms.

General Schedule



Check-in begins: 8:00 am

Activities run from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm with a 1 hour, 30 min. break for lunch.


    • Water Bottle

    • Sunscreen/Bug Spray

    • Rain gear if rain is in the forecast

    • Jacket, sweatshirt, or sweater if needed

  • WEAR

    • Favorite Scout t-shirt OR Scout uniform

    • Good walking, closed-toe shoes & socks

    • Hat

    • Shorts or long pants



Check-in begins: 6:00 pm

  • Eat before arriving at camp or bring dinner with you

  • Bring items on the camping checklist

  • The pack will provide an evening cracker barrel


  • Breakfast – 7:00 am – 8:45 am

  • Activities run from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm with a 1 hour, 30 min. break for lunch.

  • Dinner Time: - 5:00 pm – 6:45 pm

  • Evening Campfire @ CWAC building – 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

  • Free Time/Bed Time – 8:00 pm

  • Quiet time in camp – 10:00 pm


  • Breakfast – 7:00 am – 8:30 am

  • Scout’s Own Service @ CWAC Building 8:45 am – 9:15 am

    • Wear your Class A uniform

  • Check-out – 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Webelos Woods

Tents: Units must furnish their own tents. Due to COVID-19, only 1 family (parent, siblings), or siblings within 2 years of age of each other, or singles per tent.

Flag Ceremonies: Opening and closing flag ceremonies will take place at the flag pole in the Order of the Arrow (OA) field by Chief Haynes Pavilion at the times indicated in the schedule.

Buglers: Any Scouts who can play Taps, Reveille, Call to Colors, etc. on their bugles are encouraged to bring their bugles and check in with the Webelos Woods staff on Friday evening.

Uniform: Wear Class A during Closing Ceremony and Scouts Own Service. Otherwise, wear a pack or scout t-shirt.

Note: All Webelos Woods activities are subject to change, as necessary, due to inclement weather or facility issues.

What else do I need to know?

Cost: Registration fees are $25 per Scout or Sibling, $20 for Prospective Scouts, and $10 per adult leader or parent. Registration is open through Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 10:00 PM. All fees must be paid prior to registration closing. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no walk-up registrations or changes in the number of attendees will be accepted after registration closes.

Temperature Check: All vehicles will be stopped near the front gate for temperature checks of all occupants including anyone who is not staying. If anyone has a temperature at or above a predetermined level, the vehicle will be asked to park in a specific set of spaces for a re-check in about 20 minutes. Occupants may not leave the vehicle. If the temperature re-check fails, the vehicle will be asked to leave the premises with all occupants. No refunds will be processed.

Parking: In designated parking areas only. Absolutely no vehicles other than those attached to trailers may be left in campsites without a special permit from the Cuboree Event Director.

Water: Available at the camp. Each participant should have a personal water bottle. Any water jugs at activities or central locations on Saturday may only be touched and operated by designated staff at times convenient to the individual activity.

Meals: All meals will be cooked by units in the campsites. All cooking shall be supervised, and preferably performed, by a person who holds a current Texas Food Handler Certification. Violating this will result in immediate expulsion from camp. Pre-packaged and individually wrapped snacks may be provided by your unit for your Scouts. These are not to be shared outside of your unit and should be distributed in such a way to minimize personal contact or touching of multiple items. Social distancing while consuming such snacks must be observed.

Bathrooms: These are available at most of the campsites(latrines) There are several “bathhouses” with flush toilets and showers available intermittently throughout the camp and activity areas. Please help us by keeping the toilets clean and immediately report any non-working toilets, sinks, or showers to the event coordinator or designated person at camp.

Health/Safety/First Aid: Minor first aid is Unit responsibility. Major first aid problems will be handled by camp first aid staff. All liquid fuels must be handled in accordance with National Boy Scout policy.