Fall Cub Adventure


(Registered members of Pack 46 only)

Register and pay at the district website ($20 per scout).


In addition to the district registration, the Pack will be providing meals. To help cover some of those costs, we ask families to donate $8 per person or a maximum of $32 per family.

After registering with the district, please return to this page and fill out the form below.

What is it?

From the District Facebook Page:

Adventurers Wanted! Fall Cub Adventure is right around the corner. This year's theme is Raiders of the Lost Artifacts and the fun starts Friday night, October 26, at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Fayetteville and ends Sunday, October 28th. All Cub Scouts and their families are invited to attend - including Lions! Cost is $15 per Scout if you register by midnight on October 13 - adults and non Scout siblings are free. After that, the costs goes to $20 per Scout.

This year, we will be having a scavenger hunt on Friday night to kick things off, so make plans to arrive early to get your camp set up! Saturday's events include an Escape Room, Hieroglyphics, Water Nerf Ball game, BB guns, Archery, and Sling Shots. Plan to bring your best song or skit for the Campfire Saturday night. We will have the Cub Master competition to see which Cub Master takes home the coveted Cub Master Prize. We will also award the Spirit Stick to the Pack with the most Scout Spirit during the weekend.

We will have other prizes for the Pack with the campsite area that scores the highest in the Campsite Inspection (extra points if you have the American Flag, Pack Flag, and Den Flags displayed), the best Raiders of the Lost Artifacts themed midway game, the best Dutch oven dessert, and new this year - the Pack with the highest percentage of their Cub Scouts registered for Camp by October 13th.

So get the word out, and let's go exploring!


Please note Lion's aren't allowed to participate in shooting sports like BB guns (BSA National Rules). Alternative games will provided for them.

Where is it?

Washington County Fairground

What To Bring

  • Somewhere to sleep: tent, hammock, sleeping bag, pillow, blanket, cot, air mattress, etc. Sorry no RV camping with the Pack.
  • Your six essentials.
  • Watch weather and be prepared with appropriate clothing.
  • Current BSA Health Form if you haven't completed one this year.
  • Bug spray
  • Closed toe shoes
  • Mess kit (plate, cub, bowl, spoon, fork, knife)
  • Your immediate family. Pack camp outs are always a family event.
  • Snacks and other drinks you may want as a family (not required).
  • Safe and fun things to do during free time (Nerf ball, etc.).
  • Indiana Jones Costume Contest

Sign me up! Please register with the Pack even if you've already registered and paid with district. We use this to know how much food to purchase. If you haven't registered with district, we'll register you based on the data you provide below.