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Can a cub scout go camping without a parent?

Yes, sometimes, but mostly no.For the BSA, Guide to Safe Scouting says:Pack Overnighters These are pack-organized overnight events involving more than one family from a single pack, focused on age-appropriate Cub Scout activities and conducted at council-approved locations (councils use Pack Overnight Campout Site Appraisal Form, No. 430-902, http://www.scouting.org/wp-content/ uploads/2018/07/430-90218-PackOvernightForm_Fillable.pdf). If nonmembers (siblings) participate, the event must be structured accordingly to accommodate them. BSA Health and Safety and Youth Protection policies apply. In most cases, each youth member will be under the supervision of a parent or guardian. In all cases, each youth participant is responsible to a specific adult. At least one adult on a pack overnighter must have completed Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO, No. 34162) to properly understand the importance of program intent, Youth Protection policies, health and safety, site selection, age-appropriate activities, and sufficient adult participation. Reference: Cub Scout Outdoor Program Guidelines, No. 510-631First obvious example is where the legal guardian of Cub Scout is not a parent. There are grandparents, siblings, and others who are legal guardians. That’s the most obvious case.Second, the parent can designate another adult family member to be responsible for the Cub at the outing. In families with large age ranges, we have had adult siblings be responsible for Cubs in the past.There is an option where a trusted friend (generally another parent, but not the unit or den leader) can be responsible for another Cub. This is a difficult job, and you should not expect the leaders to fill this role. It is completely against the spirit of the rules that Cubs would go camping with just a couple of leaders like Scouts BSA / Boy Scouts do. My read is that this is an option to try to reduce the number of Cubs who don’t camp because their parents simply can’t camp.

What are the most dangerous things in the woods? I think I might want to go camping, but I want to be prepared.

This:This is a Nalgene (pronounced “Nowl-gene”, rhyming with “Owl Jeans”). For those of you who don’t know what a Nalgene is, it’s a water bottle. You may notice, it's empty. An empty water bottle is the most dangerous thing in the woods. And now, I am going to introduce you to the thing which has caused me the most grief on any campout.I have been a member of the Boy Scouts of America for 15 years. In that time, I have spent probably, no exaggeration, almost 500 nights in the woods. I have hiked countless miles for weeks in the wilderness. I have been lost in the woods in freezing rain. I’ve come across almost every form of wildlife in the US East Coast. I’ve been out in snow, floods, tornadoes, gale-force winds, and temperatures from -5 to 105.In all this time, I have not been bitten by a snake. I have not been attacked by a bear. I have not had a tree fall on me and kill me. I have not had a flash flood wash my tent away. I have not been shot on the gun ranges. I have not ended up in the hospital for any reason (the camp health lodge is another story, but most everyone has to go there). I have dealt with many, many Cub Scout parents who think that all of the above is going to happen.I have had many times on campouts where I have gotten sick. And almost every single time, it was because I did not drink enough water.If you do not drink enough water while you are out in the woods, you will feel terrible. I’ve had times out in the real world where I ended up dehydrated, and ended up in the doctor’s office having IV fluids pumped into me. In the woods? Most of the time you just need to drink more water and suck it up and keep moving. It can easily ruin an entire campout, and can lead to a hospital visit if you aren’t careful.It’s easy to remember to drink water when it’s hot out, at summer camp. However, while dehydration does still happen then, it isn’t as big of a concern. There’s (sometimes) air conditioned buildings, ice cream, slushies, and swimming activities to keep people cool. The health lodge keeps Gatorade in their fridge, and at the first sign of dehydration in one of the kids, they’re whisked away to the health lodge and fed Gatorade until they are peeing clear.Dehydration is a bigger concern if it’s cold out. This is simply because people don’t think about it then. When you exhale when it’s cold out, have you noticed your breath is a cloud? That’s water vapor. You lose water every time you breathe out. And under all your layers, you are sweating a whole lot. Drinking water is just as important then as it is in the middle of summer. About half the time I go on a winter trip, when I come home I have a massive headache and need a few Gatorades myself, after which I go to bed at 6 o clock.I spent the summer of 2018 working at The Summit. It’s a massive, high adventure base in West Virginia, owned by the BSA. I worked in the emergency management center, essentially acting as a 911 dispatcher. When something went wrong, it was never because of scary stuff that Cub Scout parents worry about. Usually my days would consist of stuff like sending the medics out to the mountain bike trails because some kid fell off a bike and skinned his knee. Or maybe a bear walked on a ridge that people could barely see. So, even from the perspective of a camp emergency manager, if you go out in the woods, you will be fine.Just keep your Nalgene full and keep drinking it.

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