Be PreparedThe Boy Scout Motto
Please be prepared and bring all the items you will need
when you go camping. Some items may be coordinated with others to avoid
duplication. Bolded items are highly recommended
Items in red are loaded on
the trailer, but if in doubt, bring it!
Tent & tent pegs/stakes
Tarp for under Tent
Rake (to clear area under tent)
Air mattress, Cot, Sleeping pad
Bug Repellant (Non Aerosol)
Folding Chairs (Handy around the campfire)
Canteen or water bottle
Cord, rope, clothes pins
Long fork or hangers for roasting
Small tools, hammer, wrench
Bucket – for water to put out fire
Shovel, to put out campfire
First Aid Kit
Pack and Den Flags
Food, Snacks, Beverages, Coffee
Ice Chest / Cooler w/ice
Hot Pads or gloves
Plastic / Paper cups, plates,
Paper towels, napkins
Soap, Hand Sanitizer
Dish rags & Dish soap, Brillo
Extra change of clothes including socks and underwear
(Place clothing in Ziploc bags to keep dry)
Sweatshirt and/or Jacket
Towels and washcloth
Personal items & toiletries
Books (Tree / Bird Identification or Other)
Cub Scout Handbooks
Good Attitude 🙂
Pocketknife – Only Cub scouts who have earned their
whittling chip and are supervised by a parent are allowed to have knives.
NOTE: Please Leave Your Pets At Home!
2 cans of fruit pie filling (we’ve tried apple, peach, pear, cherry and blueberry)
2 boxes yellow or white cake mix
1 1/2 cups brown sugar
1 1/2 cups quick cook oatmeal
1 1/2 sticks of butter
•Line dutch oven with aluminum foil (not necessary, but makes clean-up easier).
•Empty 2 cans of pie filling into the bottom of the dutch oven and spread evenly.
•Pour in 2 boxes of cake mix and spread evenly.
•Top with brown sugar, oatmeal and butter cut into slices.
•Put lid on oven, put on top of 12 hot coals and put another 8 on top of the lid. Cook for 45 minutes.
•Feeds 8-12, depending on how hungry you are!