Parents and Cub Scouts (Tigers too!) can create many fun memories together at Parent/Pal weekends! The program and activities include archery, BB guns, crafts, and competitions between parents and sons. After a busy day, campfire and snack time are enjoyed in the evening.
- May 6-7
- June 3-4
- June 10-11
Get ready to share some fun parent and son time at the exciting Parent/Pal camp! Located at Camp Pigott, north of Monroe at the foot of the Cascade Mts., this weekend camp offers archery, BB gun shooting, crafts, games, nature activities and more for Tiger, Wolf, Bear and Webelos Scouts to experience with their mom or dad. There’s lots to see and do! Parents and Scouts stay campsites with 2-person tents and 8-person cabins. Includes meals.
This is a 24-hr camp, with arrival at 9:00 am Saturday and departure by 10:00 am Sunday. When you arrive, you will check in at the camp office, then be guided to your campsite to meet your fellow camp mates. Camp Pigott’s campsites feature tents on platforms that sleep two, and cabins that sleep eight. The new shower building, featuring individual shower rooms and flush toilets, is located nearby. Throughout the day, there is archery, BB gun shooting, crafts, games, Scoutcraft, skit training, nature activity and outdoor learning. Between rotations, meals are served in the dining hall.
More than one Scout may attend with their mom, dad or other adult relative. Dens and packs are encouraged to sign up together but a separate registration is required for each family. Packs are grouped in the same campsite.
Register individually or with a friend: http://www.seattlebsa.org/images/council/camping/2017_Parent_Pal_Flyer1.pdf