Cub Haunted Weekend

Every Halloween ghosts and goblins are on the prowl at our council camps! This exciting overnight campout experience for Cub Scouts and their families is packed with events and activities! It’s fun for the entire family! Games! Crafts! Food! Hay Rides! BB-Guns! Archery! Costume Contests! Haunted Trails! Face-Painting! Campfire Programs! Haunted Houses! and so much More!

Cub Haunted is held Friday’s and Saturday’s in October. Registration and program information will be available in July. 


Registration is by pre-registration only and is limited. The deadline to register is 1-week prior to each session. Walk up registration is not permitted.  You must attend the session for which you have registered. Registration includes dinner, breakfast, program supplies, a special mystery item, and a participation patch. 

LATE REGISTRATIONS: If you register after the 1-week deadline you will be assessed a $20 fee and at Camp Comer you will be required to bring and provide your own tent.                                                                     


$40 per Cub Scout and Partner & $55 for 2 Cub Scouts and Partner. 

$50 per Cub Scouts and Partner & 65 for 2 Cub Scouts and Partner.

Additional Family Members are $20 each. 
Children age 5 and under are free)

What do I bring?

T-Shirts & Extras

T-shirts are available via pre-order.  Pre-order ends on 9/21/2022. Youth and Adult sizes are available. Please indicate on the registration form if you would like to purchase shirts. Pre-payment for shirts is required. 

T-Shirts Cost: $10 each / $15 for Adult 2X and 3X sizes. 
Extra Patches are $3 each.

Sleeping Accommodations

Camp Comer: 2-person canvas tents with cots and mattresses are provided. Adirondacks with 4 bunk-beds and mattresses are provided. Please do not occupy any Adirondack with less than 3 people. Availability is first come, first served. Packs or individuals may bring their own tents. Campsites cannot be reserved. Campsite 7 is special needs and handicapped accessible for families with special needs. Only members of the same family may share a tent or Adirondack. 
Camp Westmoreland: Bring your own tent and sleeping gear.