While At Akela's World
Daily Program Schedule:
Each Activity Den follows a unique schedule rotating
through program areas. The schedule below shows a typical day. Variance between each day comes in your
activities from 9:30-12:00 and 2:00-5:45.
7:40.............. Waiters report to the Dining Hall
7:50.............. Camp Flag raising Ceremony
8:40............. Adult Leader Meeting
9:30-12:00... Program Areas & Adventures
12:10............ Waiters report to the Dining Hall
1:45-5:45...... Program Area Visits
6:10.............. Waiters report to the Dining Hall
6:20.............. Camp Flag Retreat Ceremony
7:45-9:00...... Evening Program
10:00............ Quiet Time
Day 1 - True Grit Challenge (7:45-9:00 Main Camp):
Everything is bigger in Texas! Scouts will test their true grit in search of gold. Webelos will be proving
their stealth and skill in a game of Ninja-ball.
Day 2 - Hoedown & Picnic Dinner (6:30-8:30):
Campers will enjoy a festival held in their honor. The gold is found; it’s time to party! Games and skits for
Day 3 - Showdown at Sundown (7:45-8:30 Lost Ship):
Climax to the ferocious war between cowboys and ninjas. Only one can win; who will it be?
Leader Meetings and Training
- Leader meetings with key camp staff will be held daily right after breakfast in the leader lounge of the Program Center to prepare your unit for the next day's events. At least one Leader from each unit is required to attend.
- A plethora of up to date training resources are available in the Program Center.
- Leaders also have access to computers to complete training courses available online.
- Special leader training will be offered during advancement periods, see advancement details.
- Chapel is offered daily on Reflection Hill. Come learn and reflect with our nondenominational service specially geared for young and energetic minds.
- The Chaplain can provide additional services upon request.
- The Chaplain will be available for reflection, guidance, to help with religious awards. Just speak with the Chaplain to set a time to meet.
- Campers stay in camp provided canvas wall tents, with wooden floors to keep campers off the ground.
- Each pack will camp together, four boys to a tent and two adults to a tent.
- Campers are provided a mat to sleep on. Adults sleep in separate tents from Scouts on cots. Male and female adults will sleep separately unless married.
- If a camper has any special medical needs that may require wheelchair access or electricity, please contact Scott prior to your arrival at camp to make sure that is incorporated into the campsite assignments.
- Each campsite has several picnic tables, 2 dining flys, lantern, fire ring, and garbage cans.
- Each day at camp, we will have a flag raising ceremony at 7:50 AM. All campers will attend this ceremony with the rest of the members of their Super Den. We also have a flag lowering ceremony each day at 6:20 PM for the entire camp.
- Super Dens or packs can sign up to serve as colorguards for flag raising before breakfast or lowering before supper.
- Everyone should wear as complete of a Scout uniform as possible for flag lowering and supper. Colorguard should be in uniform for raising also. Staff will train and assist the boys.