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Cub Scout Adventure Day!

Cub Scout Adventure Day!
Registration Begins
Last Day To Register
7/29/2021 11:55 AM
2680 Highway 154
Santa Barbara, CA 93405, US
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Welcome Scientists! 

Pacific Coast Cub Scout Day Camp

Rancho Alegre, Larson Meadow

2680 CA-154, Santa Barbara, CA 93105

*Please account for travel time to and from the camp*

Saturday, August 14th - 9:00am-3:00pm

If registering online; please enter the Cub Scout's grade in the comment box. Enter N/A for all others


$40 per registered Scout

($25 if parent/guardian volunteers for the day)

*Camp is limited to a maximum of 40 youth participants or 8 per den level*

$80 per non-registered child

$5 discount for siblings

$10 Late Fee Applies After July 22nd

Last Day to Register – Sunday, August 1st at 11:55 PM.

The forms listed below are required to be turned in before Camp

2021 Adventure Day Registration Form


California shooting sports permission form.doc 

Link to BSA Medical Form - Fillable PDF


Assumption of the Risk, Participant Statement
Relating to COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)
Your safety and the safety of all our members, volunteers, and employees is Los Padres Council’s top
priority. While there is still much uncertainty regarding COVID 19, we are monitoring the information
provided by health experts and government agencies to help keep safe those who choose to come to camp this summer.
First, staff and volunteers are coordinating with state and local health departments in San Luis Obispo
and Santa Barbara Counties to ensure we are informed of and comply with their guidance to mitigate the risks COVID-19 being contracted at camp.
Our mitigation plan includes:
‚ Pre-attendance participant self-screening. If you become sick before or during camp; please do
not attend camp and notify day camp director, April Wright-Litchfield at (805) 478-9375.
‚ Health screening upon your arrival at camp conducted by our camp health officers, which will
also include a temperature check.
 Note: should anyone not pass the arrival screening, the participant will not be allowed to enter camp.
‚ Limitations on visitors in camp.
o All visitors will be screened upon arrival before entry to camp.
‚ There will be hygiene reminders while at camp.
‚ Extra handwashing /sanitizer stations throughout camp.
‚ Dedicated staff to clean and disinfect surfaces and shared program equipment.
‚ An emergency response plan that includes an isolation and quarantine protocol should a person at
camp develop symptoms of COVID-19 or other communicable disease.
‚ Check-ins with each participant one week and two weeks after the camp to determine if any
participants have developed symptoms.
‚ Masks are not required since this activity will be held exclusively outdoors.
These precautions are important, but these efforts cannot eliminate the potential for exposure to COVID-
19 or any other illness while at camp. Experts have said that people with COVID-19 may show no signs
or symptoms of illness, but can still spread the virus, and people may be contagious before their
symptoms occur. The fact is that someone with COVID-19 may pass the required health screenings and be allowed into camp.
We also know the very nature of camp makes social distancing difficult in many situations and impossible in others.
Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that older adults and
people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions are at higher risk for severe illness
from COVID-19. If you are in this group, please ensure you have approval from your health care provider prior to attending camp.
Every staff member, volunteer, and Scouting family must evaluate their unique circumstances and make
an informed decision before attending camp. We hope this information will be helpful as you make that choice.
*Please note that changes in state and county guidance at camp could change and we reserve the right to adjust our procedures accordingly.
Additional Details
‚ Tiger Scouts must be accompanied by a Tiger Parent or Guardian.
‚ Lion Scouts are unable to register and participate.
‚ A Tot-Lot will NOT be provided at this event.
‚ Lunch will not be provided. Please bring a sack lunch.
‚ Temperature Checks will be conducted upon arrival. Any Scout/Volunteer/Adult Partner with a fever
will be required to leave and a refund will be processed.
‚ Please wear comfortable, lightweight clothes. Please DO NOT wear your uniform a camp t-shirt will be provided
‚ Registration on site is not allowed.
‚ Please do not bring your pets, other children or adults.
LUNCH: Please provide your Scout with a packed lunch as we are unable to provide one.
WHAT TO BRING: We recommend bringing the following items: lunch backpack/bag, hat, sunscreen, sturdy closed-toe shoes and a face mask.
DROP-OFF AND PICK-UP: Camp runs from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Please drop off your Scout no earlier than 30 minutes
before camp starts. Please pick up your Scout no later than 15 minutes after the camp ends. Campers will be released
only to the parent/guardian listed on the BSA medical form. Sign-in and sign-out is required. If you wish to designate
another person for pick up and/or drop off, please write their name on the sign-in sheet or the BSA medical form.
CAMPERSHIPS: Are available for those who need them due to financial hardships.

Please contact April Wright-Litchfield at April.Wright@Scouting.org or (805)478-9375 for more information.

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$40.00 per Cub Scout
$35.00 per Additional Cub Scout - Sibling Discount
$25.00 per Cub Scout & Adult Volunteer
$80.00 per Not Registered in Scouting
$75.00 per Youth Sibling - Not Registered in Scouting
Late fee
After 7/23/2021 a fee of $10.00 will apply to all Cub Scout Registrants.
After 7/23/2021 a fee of $10.00 will apply to all Additional Cub Scout - Sibling Discount Registrants.
After 7/23/2021 a fee of $10.00 will apply to all Cub Scout & Adult Volunteer Registrants.
After 7/23/2021 a fee of $10.00 will apply to all Not Registered in Scouting Registrants.
After 7/23/2021 a fee of $10.00 will apply to all Youth Sibling - Not Registered in Scouting Registrants.
Cancellation Policy
It is the policy of Los padres Council, that all fees are transferable, but not refundable. Failure to participate in an activity does not warrant a refund. However, refunds for emergencies, serious illnesses, unforeseen circumstances, death or job or military relocation may be considered. Requests will only be considered when they are put in writing within four (4) weeks of the events conclusion. All refund requests will be reviewed by April Wright-Litchfield. Some refund requests will need approval by Los Padres Council Finance Committee. All refunds and reimbursements requests submitted 30 days, or later, from the date of the event must be approved by Los Padres Council Finance Committee. **In the event that the camp is cancelled, all fees will be refunded.

Santa Barbara Service Center

Main Administrative Office
4000 Modoc Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
Office: (805) 967-0105
Fax: (805) 967-5094
Hours: Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 12:00 Noon, 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm.  

Closed Saturday & Sunday

San Luis Obispo Service Center

712 Fiero Ln. #29
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805) 439-2885

Temporarily closed due to COVID-19

*Please direct all calls to the Santa Barbara Office at (805) 967-0105*


    Santa Barbara Service Center

Main Administrative Office

4000 Modoc Road

Santa Barbara, CA 93110

Office: (805) 967-0105

Fax: (805) 967-5094

Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Monday thru Friday

– Curbside pickup or ship only –


Closed Saturday & Sunday


San Luis Obispo Service Centero COVID-19

712 Fiero Ln. #29
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Office: (805) 439-2885

Temporarily closed due to COVID-19