Spring Family Campout

Announcement 4/17/24

Exciting News!  The Monarchs Baseball organization partners with the Rotary Youth Camp and will be getting publicity shots from 3-4 during our scheduled campout.  They would like to have our Scouts be involved in the photo shoot.  If you'd like to participate, please be sure to arrive early.  Also, every family member needs to have a signed Media Release Waiver.

Join us for our Spring Family Campout at Rotary Youth Camp in Lee's Summit 

This is a great local campground with bathroom/shower facilities that are readily accessible. 

When signing up, please review the campground Rules and submit adult and minor waivers for each attendee to camping@lspack323.com

Bi-Annual Dutch Oven Dessert Cook-Off

Additionally all families are welcome to participate in our Dutch Oven dessert cook-off. We have several extra dutch ovens for people to use if they don't own one. 

Other activities will include:

Family departure will be around 10 am on Sunday morning.

Tentative Schedule

Day 1 - Saturday 

12:00 - 1:00 PM 

Transport Pack Trailer to Camp Location about midday

1:00 - 2:00 PM 

Leaders arrive and set up of tent & pack supplies 

2:00 - 5:00 PM 

Parents & Scouts arrive and set up tent & supplies (pack leaders can assist)

4:00 or 4:30 PM 

Once most of den is present, flag raising can occur (Usually Webelos or AoLs)

Scouts should have Class A uniforms to raise the flag

5:00 - 6:00 PM 

Dinner time!

Families bring their own dinners or cook their own dinners on pack stoves

6:00 - 6:30 PM 

Clean up

6:30 - 7:00  PM 

Dens prep for skits for Campfire program

7:30 PM 

Flag lowering 

7:45 PM 

Night Hike - Led by Pack Leader (Den Leader, Cub Master etc...) 

Other leaders stay and prep the campfire / prep dutch oven cooking 

8:15 PM 

Campfire program - Skits, songs, stories & jokes by Dens

9:00 PM 

Cracker Barrel - S'mores, Dutch Oven desserts 

10:00 PM 

Quiet Time - Lights Out! 

Day 2 - Sunday 

7:00 AM - 7:30 AM 

Wake up

Leaders start camp stoves and work with AoL/Webelos on breakfast prep

8:00 AM 

Breakfast for Pack 

9:00 AM 

Clean up breakfast and start packing up camp supplies and tents 

9:45 AM 

Potential Interfaith Service (15 minutes or so) 

10: 00 AM

Camp site clean up

Pick up all trash. Ensure trailer and supplies secured. 

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM 

Depart camp site

Supplies & Helpful Tips

Camp Reeder is a drive-up camp site, so extra supplies can remain in your car and accessed only if needed. However, we do encourage you bring only the necessities (plus medication and some layers for warmth) to keep set up and tear down easier on your family & scout.