A Weekend Adventure for Cub Scouts and their Parents!
Program opportunities will be provided for Tiger Cubs through Webelos Scouts.
Registration Information: The cost to attend Cub and Family Weekend is $16 per Scout and $8 for a Sibling Scout (A Sibling Scout is defined as two or more boys who are brothers, all in Cub Scouts, who will be attending this event together.This does NOT include siblings in Boy Scout Troops, Girl Scout or American Heritage Girls Units.) There is no cost for Guests (Leaders, Adults and non-scout Siblings.) Cub Scout Packs who are attending as a group are to submit ONE registration for the entire group. If you are a parent wishing to attend separate from your Pack you may do so and complete a separate registration for your family. Each Scout registered to attend will receive a participation patch. Additional patches may be purchased at the Trading Post during the event. Packs are assigned campsites at check-in; each Pack should coordinate to arrive together.
Payment: Everyone should be aware that pre-registration and prepayment (at time of registration) is REQUIRED. You can use credit card, debt card or electronic check. If you close out of the registration without making a payment the system will NOT save your registration.
Sleeping Facilities: Everyone will need to provide tents, sleeping bags and personal gear.
Dining Facilities: While most groups will provide meals for their Pack we are again this year offering a limited number of meal tickets. This is a optional item for small groups or families who would prefer not to cook during this event. There will NOT be a meal provided on Friday, nor will there be food substitutions (IE: nut allergies.) The menu is as follows:
Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito, Sausage Pattie, Biscuit, Milk, Coffee and Juice
Lunch: Hot Dogs, Buns, Chips, Condiments, Cookie and Drink
Supper: Bar-B-Q Pork, Bun, Bake Beans Corn on the cob, Chocolate Cake, and Drink
Sunday Menu available at camp. Meal Plan Tickets will not be for sale during the event. The sale of individual tickets for a single meal is not available; you must purchase the Tickets as a package.
Health & Safety: Safety is of the utmost importance at Boxwell. Everyone attending Scout, Adult, or Sibling is required by BSA to provide a completed BSA medical form (Parts A & B) These forms should remain with the Pack Leader or Parents (if attending as a family) Should you need to visit the First Aid station please be prepared to present this form to the staff. If necessary, Sumner Regional Medical Center is only five miles from Boxwell where we maintain an agreement to treat our sick and injured.
Personal Hygiene: Water and private sanitary facilities are centrally located throughout Boxwell.
Trading Post: T-shirts, patches, candy, cold drinks, ice cream, snacks, souvenirs, and other Scouting gear available for purchase.
Directions to Boxwell Reservation: Located on Hwy 109, 3 miles south of Gallatin. Take I-40 east from Nashville to Exit 232B. Travel north 9.2 miles toward Gallatin. Boxwell Reservation is located on the left.