MORTON – Cub Scout Adventure Camp, held each summer in the great outdoors, provides a unique learning experience cleverly disguised as fun and adventure. Volunteers coordinate several days-worth of activities at sites across the council to provide opportunities to join the fun activities. Every Cub Scout and Webelos that is registered in the W. D. Boyce Council is eligible to attend. Adventure Camp is a great way to begin experiencing the summer fun Scouting offers.
The Morton Adventure Camp is June 11-15 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Camp will be held at Kennel Lake – Kennel Lake Drive, Morton, IL 61550.
Monday 6/11: Campers will be able to meet and pet a visiting pony and goat.
Tuesday 6/12: A professional race car driver and their car will pay the campers a visit.
Wednesday 6/13: The Morton Fire Department are visiting with an ambulance.
Thursday 6/14: The Pekin Police Department will pay a visit with their canine officer
Friday 6/15: Campers will be able to cool down while enjoying a Slip n’ Slide.
An Adventure Camp participant can expect to receive something very new this year, Passports to Adventure. Campers will be able to record their camp activities by getting their passport “stamped” as they complete them.
The W.D. Boyce Council, Boy Scouts of America’s main office is located at 614 N.E. Madison Avenue near downtown Peoria. The council currently impacts 19,000 kids in 14 counties spread across Central Illinois.
The W.D. Boyce Council is divided into four districts – Crossroads, Heartland, Lowaneu, Wotamalo, and Exploring/Learning For Life which all serve their own counties in Central Illinois. ScoutREACH is the council’s outreach effort dedicated to reaching youth of all circumstances from within the council.