Camp Kit List
Please get your Cub to help pack, so they know where everything is. All items should be clearly labelled with the Cub’s name.
|Cub Uniform – jumper and necker|
|4 pairs of socks, some thick for wellies or walking boots|
|4 Pairs of pants|
|2 pairs of trousers – not denim|
|1 pair of shorts|
|1 fleece or very warm jumper|
|1 waterproof outfit (top with hood and trousers if possible)|
|Wellies – named on inside|
|Trainers (or walking boots)|
|Wash kit – toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, flannel, in waterproof washbag with name on|
|Towel (please label)|
|Warm Sleeping bag|
|Roll mat – the tents are not large enough for air beds|
|Labelled Cup for Hot Chocolate (N.B. Plates, Cutlery, etc will be provided by the Cub Pack)|
|Torch (labelled) and spare batteries|
|Water bottle – labelled|
|Cuddly Toy – we like every cub to bring one so that if any cub needs one he doesn’t feel silly|
|Cake/ cakes/ biscuits in a labelled tin or container to be given to leaders at Campsite.|
|Any personal medical requirements|
|Kayakers Only – trainers that can get wet, a swimming towel, a swimming costume or wetsuit, shorts and T-shirt that can be worn over swimming costume or wetsuit to keep the children warm|
Here’s a downloadable (and printable) version of this kitlist: Cub Camp Kitlist
- No mobile phones, electronic games, or other gadgets are allowed.
- The Cubs don’t need to bring plates, bowls, cutlery, etc or Tea Towels. We will provide these.
- It is best to pack a rucksack or soft bag. Suitcases and bin bags are not appropriate. However it is a good idea to use a black bin bag as a “lining” to a rucksack to keep the clothes dry just in case the rucksack gets wet.
- It will be cold at night. Please send you Cub with appropriate sleeping bag and blanket to ensure they are warm.
- Pocket money the Cub Leader will tell you whether this is necessary on a particular camp.
- And no sweets please – see Camp Q & A .
Note: No responsibility for the personal equipment/clothing and effects can be accepted by the camp organisers and The Scout Association does not provide automatic insurance cover in respect to such items.