Cub Haunted is an overnight camp-out for Cub Scouts at Camp Comer, Sequoyah and Westmoreland. It is a weekend full of games, crafts, good food, hay rides, BB guns, archery, costume contests, and FUN for the whole family! The ENTIRE family is welcome to attend!
How do we register?
Registration will be limited, according to the Camp that you wish to attend. The registration deadline is one week prior to each session. You must attend the session for which you have registered. Weekends at Comer are always very heavily attended so sign-ups at Camps Sequoyah or Westmoreland are encouraged. ALL LATE REGISTRANTS AND WALKUPS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN TENTS.
How much does it cost?
The cost is $48.00 per Cub and partner and $63.00 for 2 Cubs and partner if you attend FRIDAY NIGHT. $58.00 per Cub and partner and $73.00 for 2 Cubs and partner if you come SATURDAY NIGHT. Additional family members are $20.00 each, (Children 5 and under are free). A $20.00 late fee will be added if you register after the one week prior deadline. The fee includes dinner, breakfast, program supplies, a Special Mystery item and patch for the Cub Scout. Please note that a t-shirt is not included in the fee, however pre-orders of t-shirts for adult and youth sizes are available. Please indicate on the registration form if you would like to purchase shirts for $10.00 each – 2X and 3X shirts are $15.00 each. Extra patches are $3.00 each. For more information call 205-970-0251 in the Birmingham area or 256-883-7071 in the Huntsville area. Pre-payment for the adult shirts and youth shirts is required.
What do I bring?
You will need the following items:
Completed BSA Health Form (Parts A&B), sleeping bag, pillow, personal toiletries, towel, washcloth, rain gear, extra clothes, and spending money for the Trading Post. Optional items can include: blanket, flashlight, and costume. (CAMP SEQUOYAH & CAMP WESTMORELAND BRING YOUR OWN TENT).
Comer: Two person canvas tents with cots and mattresses are provided in each campsite. Adirondacks with four mattresses are in the campsites as well. Please do not occupy any Adirondack if less than 3 people. Availability is first come, first served. Packs or individuals may bring their own tent. Campsites cannot be reserved. Campsite 7 is special needs/handicapped accessible for families with special needs.
Sequoyah: An extremely limited number of two person tents & mattress pads may be checked out (free) for
participants to put up. It is suggested that you bring your own tent.
Camp Westmoreland is primitive camping, campers must bring their own tent.