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Camp Oklawaha Campout

posted Apr 3, 2019, 5:29 PM by Dan Walton   [ updated Oct 30, 2019, 7:48 PM ]
April 12th - 14th, 2019

This is the third, and final campout for our Pack this Scout-Year!

Come join the pack at Camp Oklawaha in Sebastian Florida.  This is a Boy Scout camp within the Gulf Stream Council.  Activities include:

- BB Gun & Archery Range
- Hiking
- Canoe Instruction
- Campfire, Good Food, Family Fun

MEALS - The Pack will offer certain meals as shared.  We encourage everyone to participate if possible as it's economical, easy, and involves good fellowship.  Here is the menu.   If food items don't work for you, you may opt out of that meal and/or bring something to supplement.  The pack has all of the kitchen supplies needed.
  • Sat Breakfast - $2.50 - Pancakes, Sausage, Cereal, Fruits, Juices, Coffee
  • Sat Lunch - $3.50 - Hamburgers, Hotdogs with fixins, Chips, Pickles, Cookies & Drinks
  • Sat Dinner - $4.50 - Beef & Chicken Tacos w/ Rice, Beans, Chips, Salsa, Teas and Lemonade. Cobblers for Desert.
  • Sun Breakfast - $2.50 - Breakfast Burritos (form your own), bagels with cream cheeses, sausage, juices
Fees & Payments Camping Fees and Pack Expenses are per person over 5 years old are $6 per person per night.\  Daytime only participants are $5
 Children 5 and under are free.   To pay for the campout (and meals), you use Paypal to pay through a bank card or credit card when completing your registration.  If this doesn't work for you, just go through the registration process and don't follow through with Paypal.  Then remit payment to a leader prior to the deadline.

Registration & Payment - To attend, families must register and pay by midnight on Tuesday, April 9th (the Den Meeting the week of the campout)  This will allow us time to purchase the food.

Packing - With the Pack, camping is easy.  We have a LOT of supplies.  To see packing lists, to to our Camping Page.

Driving Directions - For a map to Oklawaha - Click Here,  or see map below. 

Campsite Directions - It's a bit tricky to get to the campsite, read carefully:
  • Come in the main entrance road, stay to the right
  • You will come across the ranger house on the right followed by a map kiosk on the left
  • Stay to the right of the kiosk map kiosk and continue
  • SEE THIS MAP (follow the Orange Line)
  • (It gets tricky around the pavilion.  Cross between the flag-pole and the pavilion and go down that road
  • When the road bears left towards a bathroom on the left, take it, otherwise you'll end up at the lake
  • The Navajo Campsite will be on the Right
  • Follow the Blue Line back to the Parking Lot to park your Car
  • Walk back to your Campsite.

Questions - Please email or call Secretary Kim McMillan or Cubmaster Dan Walton.  Their contacts are on the "Meet the Leaders" page.

Dan Walton,
Apr 3, 2019, 5:29 PM