Cub, Scouts, Girls, Explorers & Everyone Else, it’s time to Register for Summer Camp

Denver Area Council, Boy Scouts of America

2018 Summer Camp registration is now open! Camping and the outdoors is such an essential part of the Scouting experience, and we can assist your pack, troop, crew, or post with planning and running your next exciting adventure into the natural world; from summer camps to weekend programs to day-long introductory courses.


Do you have plans this summer? Check out our exciting camps that will jump-start new adventures along with meeting new friends that will keep them smiling for the rest of the year.


Cub Scouts, join us for new adventures this summer! Magness Adventure Camp offers unique activities for your Scout and family to enjoy all the fun Colorado camping has to offer!


Angel Fire Camp is a camp designed for females, ages 11-17 located at the beautiful Tahosa High Adventure Base. It gives females an opportunity to try new things indoors and outdoors, make new friends and develop new talents all in a supervised environment.


Are you ready for a Cub Scout Day Camp experience that will excite even the world’s best bug hunters? Then have your Cub Scout grab his butterfly net, bug catchers, and magnifying glass and join us for an awesome adventure!


Sometimes, you get to spend the summer working with 200 of your best friends at camp. Apply for Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch or Tahosa High Adventure Base Staff today!


The Camp Card is designed to help units fund their way to 2018 camp programs. This is a risk-free, product sales project where all Scouts can earn their way to a Denver Area Council Camp, 2018 Philmont Trek, other activities or simply support unit programs or supply needs.


Join us on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at the Renaissance Hotel, 3801 Quebec St., Denver, to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our council volunteers as we recognize the Class of 2017 Silver Beaver recipients and other great Scouters.


STEM Adventure Academy offers a week of dynamic adventures plus hands on experiments in the fields of chemistry, biology, and physics, all with age appropriate experiments designed by a national team of experts with the Boy Scouts of America.


Colorado Adventure Point is excited to launch Mile High Adventure Camp! Mile High Adventure Camp will provide your child with the opportunity to discover some of the most exciting and historic areas in Denver and surrounding areas. Not only will your child get to experience outdoor rock climbing with our qualified instructors, they will also explore museums while learning about different cultures, art, astronomy, animals, and more!


Colorado Adventure Point is the perfect place to host your child’s next birthday party. Youth of any age will have an amazing time climbing, shooting bows and arrows, perfecting their BB gun and Air Rifle techniques on our ranges, or making a leatherworking project they can all take home.


Please join us for Scout Day at the Dinosaur Resource Center in beautiful Woodland Park, CO from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm for fun and activities on Saturday, March 10, 2018. All Scouts and their leaders that arrive in uniform will be admitted FREE!


For more information or to schedule a program for your troop or pack, please call 303-844-4000 ext. 3 or email bsa.


Prepared. For Life.

Wild Wild West Cub-O-Ree & Campout at Magness Adventure Camp

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Hi there! Cub-O-Ree will be held September 23-24 at Magness Adventure Camp. Cub Scout families of all ages are welcome, including siblings and parents. The weekend will have a western theme, and include activities like BB Guns, Archery, an Indian Village, crafts, and earning adventure badges!

The early registration cost is $35 for a Parent and Cub. Each additional adult costs $20, while additional youth (cubs or siblings) cost $15. Food is included.

What is Cub Scout Cub-O-Ree?
Two days and one night of fun and activities for Cub Scouts and their parents or supervising adults. Programs and activities are provided by trained Program staff. The Boy Scout Order of the Arrow is leading this event and staff will come from OA and other Boy Scout adults and youth. The Order of the Arrow (OA) is the National Honor Society of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and was created to honor Scouts that best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law.

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Final Webelos Weekend Planning Meeting Wednesday July 19th.

The Final Webelos Weekend meeting is Wednesday July19th at 630pm. Everyone should show up, both scouts and leaders.

Also troops need to register. We have 14 Webelos signed up but not 1 staff registered yet. This is needed this so we can plan food counts and order supplies.

We will meet at 6588 W Ottawa Littleton 80128 630 PM Wend July 19

Soft commitments I have:

  – Troop 554 doing Fire Safety and Camp Games

  – Troop 808 Doing Knives and Saws and helping with campfire program

  – Troop 47 helping with Flag Ceremony rotation and providing a kitchen helper and Chaplain

  – Troop 888 helping with patrol hike and lashings

Still need at least 4 patrol leaders, may end up being 5 and help with first aid and camping 101 skill stations

Planning on feeding troops Friday dinner thru sun breakfast but we need to start getting a firmer grip on numbers.

Thank You every one for helping

Please contact me with questions

Mike Harper


Webelos Weekend August 5th, 2017

I’m hoping since we are past the holidays to start hearing from some. I have attached the schedule and position form. The goal is to make this event truly boy lead. Our next meetings are Tuesday Jan 10th and Wed January 11th. I’m doing 2 days to give everyone a chance to make one or the other. Please reply if you have any questions. We are meeting at 6:30pm-7:30pm, 6588 W Ottawa Ave, Littleton 80128.

Thanks in advance on helping make Timberline Webelos Adventure Weekend a success

Please feel free to share this email and info with anyone who might be interested.

Meeting Schedule: 2017twa-schedulepdf

Position Application Form: planning-meeting-schedule-2017

Mike Harper


Webelos Weekend Adventure Planning: Webelos Leaders, Volunteer and Scouts needed to help

2017 Webelos Adventure  Dates for event are Aug 4,5,6 2017 at Tahosa

I’m changing up the way I’m approaching planning. I will have a Tuesday and a Wednesday date each month . They ensure everyone is on the same page. This year we will have multiple meetings in order to give options to attend. It is asked to make 1 meeting a month for planning.

Meeting times are 630PM-730PM. Location is 6588 W Ottawa Ave, Littleton 80128

Please note for DECEMBER ONLY we will meet at 6400 W Coal Mine Ave, Littleton 80123

I have attached a copy of the Planning Meeting Schedule and Applications for Scouts to Sign Up for how they want to help. Meetings are at 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Dates are as follows

Tues Dec 13

Wed Dec 14

Tues Jan 10

Wed Jan 11

Tues Feb 21

Wed Feb 22

Tues March 7

Wed March 8

Tues April 11

Wed April 12

Tues May 9

Wed May 10

Tues June 20

Wed June 21

Sat June 24

Tues July 18

Wed July 19

Sat July 22

Friday Aug 4

Sat Aug 5

Sun Aug 6

I would really like to see boys/troops committed by Feb 1 so we can put on a great event. Please email me with any questions

Mike Harper


Troop 342 Green Mountain Christian Church is having an open house for Webelos

Troop 342 would like to invite Webelos Scouts and parents to an Open House Monday, December 5th, 2016, at  6:45 p.m.  We meet at Green Mountain Christian Church (10700 West Exposition Avenue, Lakewood, CO  80226); please take the driveway to the left of the church to access the back of the building, where we will be meeting in the gymnasium. There are maps on the bottom of our webpage:  This invitation is open to both first year and second year Webelos.  RSVPs are appreciated, but are not necessary.  Just come!

Our meeting for the evening will be showcasing our boy-led program as the scouts have prepared activities for the visiting Webelos.  This interactive program will allow prospective scouts to work and play with our troop while participating in some scouting activities that should be both fun and educational. Scouts will be outside, so dress appropriately. (Arrow of Light requirement 4)

The Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmasters will be available for Scoutmaster conferences (AoL req. 6).

Parents have the opportunity to interact with other parents and Scouting leaders. We will gladly help you to assist your son in making a joining decision.

Additionally, both first year and second year Webelos Scouts and their leaders are invited to attend the Klondike Derby event on Saturday, February 4th  at Golden Gate Canyon State Park.  Webelos Scouts should only attend the Saturday program, and must register for the event with their Pack/Den (not the Troop).  There will be a program specifically for Webelos, but there will be time for your scouts to “hang out” with the troop.

Scouts and parents are always welcome to attend any Troop 342 meeting, and we encourage “surprise” visits by all potential members.  It’s the best way for Scouts and parents to actually see a troop program in action, without program designed specifically to entice new members.  Seeing us do what we do on any given week should provide the insight that you need to choose the best troop for your Scout and family.

Please feel free to contact our troop with any questions or concerns.  Also, “like” Troop 342—Lakewood on FaceBook and visit!

Eric Cameron Scoutmaster

Troop 342, Boy Scouts of America

(720) 732-0499