Required Forms

Yuck!

Nobody likes filling out permission slips and medical forms.  The Boy Scouts of America, however, requires that certain forms are turned in, depending on the activity.

Use technology to make this easier

We recommend that you download, complete the forms and save them to your own home computer for multiple later uses. You can then print out the ones you need and bring those to camp.  It's so much easier than completing the forms each time.

If you forget your forms at home, camps will have paper copies for you to fill out at the registration desk.  That's no fun though, and it wastes valuable program time.

Forms required to participate in upcoming Cub Scout activities

When you arrive at the camp or outing, you'll need to check in and provide completed forms for each person who's attending.  That includes Adult Partners and Scouts (and siblings in some cases.)

Below is a list of some of the camps and outings our pack's families attend, along with links to the needed forms.

Pack Outings
(for all Cub Scouts and their families, siblings included)

Pack 151 Family Camp
(for all Cub Scouts and their families, siblings included)

Fall Blast Off Day Camp
(for all Cub Scouts and their families, siblings included)

Polar Cubs Day Camp
(for all Cub Scouts and their Adult Partner)

Tiger Den Days
(for boys who are Tigers at the time of camp and their Adult Partner)

Navajo Webelos Camp at Tomahawk Scout Reservation
(for boys who are Webelos at the time of camp)

Camp Kiwanis & Camp Akela - Summer Resident Camps
(for boys who are Lion, Tiger, Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts at the time of camp)

Webelos Woods
(for Cub Scouts who are Webelos at the time of camp)

Webelos Adventure Days
(for Cub Scouts who are Webelos at the time of camp)

Webelos Outdoor Weekend at Okpik - Northern Tier High Adventure Base, Ely, MN
(for Cub Scouts who are Webelos at the time of camp)