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SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR FINAL CAMPING TRIP OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. IT’S A GREAT WAY TO WRAP UP THE YEAR AND GET READY FOR SUMMER!

MORE DETAILS COMING SOON.

 


 

***NOTE***

This trip has been rescheduled to May 15-16 to pair it with our annual Pack 110 Rocket Launch. We will launch rockets at Pocopson park in the afternoon and then head to the KOA for our campout. Come for one or the other…..or both!! See you there!

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Pack 110 has been anxiously waiting for winter to break and to get back outdoors. We are very excited for our first camping trip of 2021 at KOA in West Chester. The KOA is a fun, close, and easy overnight trip which makes it a great trip for any first-time campers. We have tent sites right on the bank of the Brandywine Creek!

 

We will be limiting the number of spots for this trip to 15 families (~30 people total). Please only sign up registered scouts of Pack 110. RSVP early so we have an accurate count of who will be there. Hope you can join us!

 


 

Itinerary:

Arrival: 5/15 ~ after 3 pm
(If severe weather is threatening, a go/no-go email will be sent to the Pack on 5/15 by 10am)

Saturday: Set up camp, explore the site, go for a hike and play games, have dinner, and enjoy a campfire

Sunday: Breakfast and camp breakdown

Departure: 5/16 ~ between 9am – 10am

Cost:

Cost Per Family: $10.00

Payment Methods: PayPal, cash, checks made payable to Pack 110

Equipment:

Camping challenges scouts to “Be Prepared”. Here’s a quick list of essentials:

  • Tent
  • Sleeping bags and pillow
  • Flashlight
  • Warm clothes and your mask (dress in layers!)
  • Filled reusable water bottle
  • Recommended:
    • sleeping pad or air mattress
    • small personal coolers for your tent are also nice in the event you need a drink in the middle of the night
    • fishing poles, a ball or a frisbee are also ideas

Don’t Have a Tent? – The pack can lend you a tent and, if needed, help you set it up. Only 1 pack tent is available – arrangements must be made in advance with Clif Beam

KOA also has a number of small cabins available for rent for an additional fee (arrangements can be made directly with KOA http://koa.com/campgrounds/philadelphia).

Food:

Due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, the pack will not be providing food in order to limit sharing. Please bring dinner for you and your scout to enjoy on Saturday evening. WaWa hoagies or other similar food that travels well is perfect. We will set up a fire if families would like to cook individually wrapped foil packs over the campfire – this worked great at our French Creek camping trip in October! See this YouTube video for some ideas.

For breakfast on Sunday, something quick and easy is best (fruit, muffins, or dry cereal / granola).

Questions:

Please email Brian Denney with any questions. Also please review the Pack 110 COVID-19 Risk Reduction Plan on the pack’s website.

Pack 110 is very excited for our first camping overnight of the scouting year at French Creek State Park! Once an industrial complex for the fledgling United States of America, today French Creek State Park is an oasis for people and wildlife. Straddling the Schuylkill Highlands, the 7,730-acre park is the largest block of contiguous forest between Washington D.C. and New York City. French Creek has more than 30 miles of trails for hiking and biking and 2 lakes for fishing and boating. It is beautiful!

We are limiting the number of spots for this trip to 15 families (~30 people total). Please only sign up registered scouts of Pack 110 and one parent/guardian per family unit. Register early so we have an accurate count of who will be there. Hope you can join us!

Itinerary:

Arrival: 10/24 ~ between 3pm – 4pm
(If severe weather is threatening, a go/no-go email will be sent to the Pack by 10:00 am on 10/24)

Saturday: Set up camp, explore the site, go for a hike, have dinner, and enjoy a campfire

Sunday: Breakfast and camp breakdown

Departure: 10/25 ~ between 9am – 10am

Equipment:

Camping challenges scouts to “Be Prepared”. Here’s a quick list of essentials:

  • Tent
  • Sleeping bags and pillows
  • Flashlight
  • Warm clothes and your mask (dress in layers!)
  • Filled reusable water bottle
  • Recommended:
    • sleeping mat or air mattress
    • small personal coolers for your tent are also nice if you need a drink in the middle of the night
    • fishing pole, a ball, or a Frisbee are also good ideas

Don’t Have a Tent? – The Pack can lend you a tent and, if needed, help you set it up (Only 1 Pack tent is available – arrangements must be made in advance with Clif Beam

Food:

Please bring dinner for you and your scout to enjoy on Saturday evening. (WaWa hoagies or other similar food that travels well is perfect!) For breakfast on Sunday, something quick and easy is best (fruit – bananas, apples, oranges; muffins; or dry cereal/granola). As outlined in the Pack 110 COVID-19 Risk Reduction Plan, the pack will not be providing communal food at any pack event in order to limit sharing.

Cost:

Cost Per Family: $5.00

Payment Methods: PayPal (balance or credit card), cash, checks made payable to Pack 110

Questions:

Please email Brian Denney with any questions. Also please review the Pack 110 COVID-19 Risk Reduction Plan on the pack’s website. COVID-19 Policies

COVID-19 Update: To ensure the health and safety of our scouts and their families, we must cancel our upcoming pack events through the end of May. We will continue to assess the situation, taking guidance from Chester County Council BSA and state/local officials. Please contact your den leader or any member of the Pack Committee if you have questions. Thank you.

 


 

Our June 8th location is the beautiful Hibernia County Park, full of great wooded trails leading to open space for frisbees and catch, or a visit down by the lake. This is a great opportunity to explore nature and have some fun outdoors. The boys have a history of good luck fishing on this trip so be sure to bring tour fishing pole (Children do not require fishing licenses. Adults without licenses may only assist with casting).

Please contact Brian Denney or RSVP below if you plan on attending.
Email: brian.t.denney@nullgmail.com

Based at Ashland’s Overnight Lodge, each traditional overnight program includes a night hike, campfire, morning walk, one evening presentation and one daytime field study.

  • Two dormitories with bunk beds for up to 72 people
  • Restrooms with showers
  • Large, modern kitchen and appliances with all cookware, dinnerware, drinkware & utensils
  • Great room/dining/activity area with fireplace, seats up to 80
  • Panoramic view
  • Electrical generator to ensure comfort and safety
  • View the lodge photo gallery at DelNature.org/Lodge

All Pack 110 families are invited to attend our Fall Cabin Camping event. Our November 3rd location is at Camp Ware, which is the location of our Cub Scout Overnight Summer Camp every year. Come down to check out the shooting sport ranges (BB & archery), many hiking trails, back-country leave-no-trace campsites as well as qualified ranger staff. This offers the perfect opportunity to meet the camp-out requirement that is part of each rank in Cub Scouts.

We will be staying in the 2nd floor of Macaleer Lodge (the only two-story building in camp).

All campers (adults & children) MUST complete parts A & B of the BSA Health Form to attend.

Itinerary:

Arrival: 11/16 ~ between 11am-12pm
Saturday: BB Range Explore the camp, Hike, Set up for Dinner etc.
Sunday: 11/17 ~ 7am Pancake Breakfast and camp clean up
Departure: 11/17 ~ between 9am – 11am

All current and prospective Cub Scouts and their parents are invited to attend as we celebrate with a Jamboree-style weekend of camping, activities, and fun. Activities include fishing, archery, trail riding/mountain biking, an obstacle course, and more! Saturday night will include a spectacular arena show!

This year the C5 event (Chester County Council Cub Camporee) moves to Hibernia as part of the 100th Anniversary Camporee. C5 at the Camporee will include games, activities, outdoor learning, team-building, crafts, and camping sleepover.

Cub Scouts check-in and tent setup is from 11 AM – 1 PM on Saturday, October 26, 2019 (please eat lunch before arrival) and activities will take place from 1-6PM. Dinner will be served Saturday, followed by evening arena show and a campout. Breakfast will be served Sunday morning.

Bring your own tent and join us overnight to get your overnight camping requirement! (Over-night camping is not required)

Contact E-Mail

c5@nulloctoraro22.org

Cost

$30.00 per Adult
$30.00 per Cub Scout
$30.00 per Other children

Early Discount

Before 9/15/2019 a discount of $5.00 will apply to all Adult Registrants.
Before 9/15/2019 a discount of $5.00 will apply to all Cub Scout Registrants.
Before 9/15/2019 a discount of $5.00 will apply to all Other children Registrants.
Before 9/15/2019 a discount of $5.00 will apply to all Youth interested in Joining Registrants.

All Pack 110 families are invited to attend our final camping event before the summer. Our June 8th location is the beautiful Hibernia County Park, full of great wooded trails leading to open space for frisbees and catch, or a visit down by the lake. This is a great opportunity to explore nature and have some fun outdoors. The boys have a history of good luck fishing on this trip so be sure to bring tour fishing pole (Children do not require fishing licenses. Adults without licenses may only assist with casting).

Please contact Brian Denney or RSVP below if you plan on attending.
Email: brian.t.denney@nullgmail.com

Itinerary:

Arrival: 4/27 ~ between 2pm-4pm
(If severe weather is threatening, a go/no-go email will be sent to the Pack at Noon on 4/27)

Saturday: Set up camp, Explore the site, Hike, Set up for Dinner etc.

Sunday: 4/28 ~ 7am Pancake Breakfast and camp breakdown

Departure: 4/28 ~ between 9am – 10am

Cost:

Cost Per Family: $5.00

Signup Genius for Food

Don’t Have a Tent? – For an additional $5/family the Pack can lend you a tent and, if needed, we will even set it up for you (Only 1 Pack tent is available – arrangements must be made in advance with Josh Comolli

KOA also has a number of small cabins available for rent for an additional fee (arrangements can be made directly with KOA http://koa.com/campgrounds/philadelphia).

Payment Methods: PayPal (balance or Credit Card), Cash, Checks made payable to Pack 110, or Scout Accounts

Camping challenges scouts to “Be Prepared”. Here’s a quick list of essentials:

  • Tent
  • Sleeping Bags/pillows
  • Flashlight
  • Recommended:
    • sleeping mat or air mattress
    • sweatshirts or layers for the April chill
    • small personal coolers for your tent are also nice in the event you need a drink in the middle of the night
    • Fishing poles, a ball or frisbee are also ideas

Based at Ashland’s Overnight Lodge, each traditional overnight program includes a night hike, campfire, morning walk, one evening presentation and one daytime field study.

  • Two dormitories with bunk beds for up to 72 people
  • Restrooms with showers
  • Large, modern kitchen and appliances with all cookware, dinnerware, drinkware & utensils
  • Great room/dining/activity area with fireplace, seats up to 80
  • Panoramic view
  • Electrical generator to ensure comfort and safety
  • View the lodge photo gallery at DelNature.org/Lodge
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