2017 Fall Campout

This year's Fall Campout takes place
October 7-8th  Camp Friedlander

581 Ibold Road next to CubWorld, near Loveland and 275


  • Medical Form: 
Everyone attending (Scouts, parents and sibling) is required to have a completed medical form. 2016 Medical Form
  • Registration Form:
 We also need a registration form for each family attending.
2016 Registration Form


Who do I pay for the Campout? When should I let you know we are coming to the Campout?
Checks are payable to Pack 20. The last day to signup is September 24th (so we can buy the food). If you didn't sign up at the Pack meeting, you can give your forms to your Den Leader or drop them off to John Pease (johnp@peasewarehouse.com) at: 6807 Marvin Ave. There will be a Registration Forms box on the porch.

When is all the fun? Can I just come for Saturday events?
Scouts and their families are invited to participate in any and all of the weekend’s events. You can campout Friday night, Saturday night, or both nights. If you don’t want to camp out, just come for the day’s activities. We want to see all the cubs there having fun!! 

Check-in starts Friday evening, September 30th around 6:00 pm. We have snacks (no dinner), activities and a campfire on Friday night. Saturday morning we serve breakfast. Then at 9:00 am all the fun begins. We plow through activities straight through to lunch. Then more activities, hikes and den stuff. Saturday evening we serve a hot dinner. Then the big Pack Campfire fun begins! Sunday morning we have breakfast, an optional non-denominational church service, and then we break camp, clean up the area, and head home.

We have a soccer game on Saturday; can we leave and come back?
Yes. We understand your scout may have other commitments and you can leave and come back as necessary. Please let a leader know when you leave and when you get back, so we can try and keep tabs of your scout. If you are off-site during a meal, please plan on eating before returning.

Can siblings and other family members come to the Campout?
You bet! Siblings are even welcome to participate in the activities as long as they are old enough to follow the safety rules. Adults and older siblings are encouraged to volunteer to help with one of our fun activities.

What if we are a bit short on cash to pay for this event?
We would like 100% participation.  Contact the John Pease or Brent Gravlee and we can take care of it.

Do I need any other money at the Campout?
No, all meals and supplies are covered and there is really no place to buy anything. Feel free to bring any unique food items you may need.

Please bring your own water bottle/cup. This is the Boy Scout method. We do not provide disposable cups at the campout to reduce our impact on the environment. Eat at home on Friday night before heading to Camp Friedlander.

What about food allergies?
We do our best to accommodate food allergies. Please note your allergy in the "Notes" section of the registration form. Someone will speak to you directly about your child’s specific needs.

Which meals are provided?
Everyone will get lunch and dinner on Saturday. Those spending the night will get breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings. 

Where do we eat? What about bathrooms?
We will be eating Camp Friedlander’s dining hall. Bathrooms (and possible showers) will be available.

What do I pack?
First and foremost, check the weather forecast before you pack and plan accordingly. A list of suggested items will be on the Pack 20 website.

Are Scouts allowed to bring knives?
No. For safety reasons scouts should leave knives at home. The only exception are Scouts who have their Whittling Chip card on them. They must have their Whittling Chip card to have their knife. Adults may bring a pocket knife if they choose to.