Cub Scout Fun, Camp, Activities and Events

Bobcat Day

This fun-filled day of Scouting gives your son the opportunity to earn his first rank (Bobcat) and ends with the entire family participating in the Scout Activities Day. 

Fall Cub and Family Weekend

Week 1: October 5-7

Week 2: October 12-15

Week 3: October 19-21

Week 4: October 26-28

Your family has the opportunity to enjoy a great weekend at Cub World, located on the Boxwell Reservation.  You are able to campout, while enjoying meals in the dining hall.  There are also fun activities like Archery, BB Gun Ranges, games, and much more!!

Pinewood Derby

A parent and son project in which you build a race car made from a block of wood.  This is one of the most popular events of a Cub Scout’s year.  Most packs conduct the derby race annually.

Blue and Gold Banquet

Scouting's birthday party for Cub Scouting, usually held during February.  Most often it is a seated dinner, but sometimes it is covered-dish supper. A special program or entertainment is customary.

Day Camp

Day Camp is a fun-filled week of adventure for Cub Scouts who will be rising 1st - 5th graders.  The Middle Tennessee Council holds the Monday through Friday Day Camps in various geographical locations throughout the council.  The camps offer various types of activities which may include archery, arts and crafts, BBs, field sports, nature, Scout skills and many other themed activities.  

Resident Camps

Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime?  Cub and Webelos Scouts are given an opportunity to enjoy the long-term camping experience each summer at Resident Camp during June and July.

  • Cub Resident Camp is a two night camp designed for  rising 1st-3rd graders (and an accompanying parent).

  • Webelos Resident Camp is a Monday-Thursday camp for rising 4-5th graders.  (Two adults must accompany any den)

What kinds of activities will you get to do while at camp? Swimming, archery, BB shooting sports, belt loop activities, campfire programs, and sports are just a few of the activities available throughout the camp. During your free time, you may hike around camp or explore Cubworld’s Native American Village, Cub-A-Lot Castle, Cubworld Fort, and the brand new Pirate’s Cove. Oh, and don’t forget to bring your fishing pole. We are on Old Hickory Lake at Boxwell Reservation, located off  Hwy. 109 in Lebanon.

You will sleep under the stars on cots in a platform tent. All you need to provide are the linens. Restrooms are centrally located around camp, and you will enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner in our air-conditioned dining hall.
 

Scouting For Food

Food drive held to benefit local food banks. Part of our program is to help the hungry.

February 3, 2018 - Flier Distribution Date

February 10, 2018 - Food Collection Date

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Jet Potter Scout Service Center

3414 Hillsboro Pike * Nashville, TN 37215 * (P) 615-383-9724(F) 615-297-9916