Pack 460 thanks its chartered partner:
Friedens Lutheran Church
FALL FAMILY CAMPOUT AND
BREAKFAST HIKE AT CAMP MACK
Family Campout and Breakfast Hike is a good opportunity for younger and
less-experienced scouts and parents to try one night of overnight
camping. The following
day is filled with fun and exciting scouting activities of your
choice, such as canoeing, boating, rocket launching, human
fooseball, hiking, camp crafts, campfire education, BB-gun
shooting, bow-and-arrow shooting, rock throwing, environmental
education programs. Recently,
there was even a professional juggler there!
Note: the term
Breakfast Hike is a bit of a misnomer,
since the Saturday is just brief, 5 minute walks between event
stations. Not really hiking, per se.
and parents may skip the overnight camping and just participate in
the Saturday-daytime activities if desired.
In 2012, Pack
460 also elected to pay for an extra night of camping on Saturday
night. It was real fun, and we might do that again. On
that Saturday night, we went for a hike, cooked outdoor-dinner and
had a campfire.
Click here for the official
registration and information
Camp Mack. Click here for directions.
Picnic fosters all 10 Cub Scout purposes:
Character Development, Spiritual Growth, Good Citizenship,
Sportsmanship and Fitness, Family Understanding, Respectful
Relationships, Personal Achievement, Friendly Service, Fun and
Adventure, and Preparation for Boy Scouts!
|Pack 460 Event Coordinator:
|What to Bring:
Colllaborate with your den leader regarding typical camping gear.
|What to Wear:
camping-casual. Bring extra clothes in case you get wet or
Saturday: Scouts should wear their class B
uniforms and hiking boots.