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2018 Resident Camp

Posted in: Pack News by rlgray on May 17, 2018

When: July 22-25
Where: Camp Durant (map)

Tents and food provided.
The dining hall is air-conditioned.
2018 Day Camp

Posted in: Pack News by rlgray on

Cub Scout Day Camp is a Council-organized, themed, 5-day program for rising 1st-5th grade boys and girls aged 6-11, and is offered at a very reasonable cost.

Families are expected to fill at least one volunteer-day.
Boy and Girl Scouts can earn Service Hours for volunteering.

The daily program centers on the ideals of Scouting and the outdoor  program:

  • Shooting Sports (Archery, BB guns and Slingshots)
  • Fishing
  • Sports and Games
  • Nature Crafts and Cooking
  • Skits and Songs
  • Midday programs (Demonstrations and guest speakers)

If you have a friend, they do not have to be a Scout to attend!
Sisters of attending Cub Scouts in the same age range are also welcome, and childcare is provided for volunteers.

Signup for all camps here:

Cary Day Camp

When: August 6-10
Hours: 8:00-4:30 Monday – Thursday; 8:00-2:30 Friday
Where:  Optimist Farm, 2908 Optimist Farm Road, Apex (map)
Theme:  Where am I? (flyer)

Raleigh Day Camp

When: July 2-6
Hours: 8:00-4:30 Monday – Thursday; 8:00-2:30 Friday
Where: Our Lady of Lourdes, 2718 Overbrook Dr. (map)
Theme: Where am I? (flyer)

Fuquay-Varina Twilight Camp

When: June 18-22
Hours: 5:30-9:00 pm
Where: American Legion, 6400 Johnson Pond Rd. (map)
Theme: Where in the Universe am I? (flyer)

2018 Rank Up Picnic

Posted in: Pack News by rlgray on May 5, 2018

When: 29 May 2018, 5:30pm
Where: Bond Park Kiwanis Shelter

In celebration of our final meeting of the 2017-2018 Scouting “year”, Pack 200 families are invited to join us for a cookout and Pack meeting.  Please invite prospective scouts and their families to attend!

For the cookout, the Pack will provide hamburgers, hotdogs, condiments, napkins, plates, and utensils, ice and drinks.
We ask that the Dens provide the following items to share with the rest of the Pack:

  • Dens 3 & 4:   Chips
  • Dens 5 & 6:  Side Dishes
  • Tigers and Dens 7 & 8:  Desserts
  • Lions: Drinks

We will start serving food at 5:30, so don’t be late!

At 6:30, we will move over to the amphitheater for the Pack meeting (weather permitting.) During this Pack meeting, the scouts will “rank up” to their next rank. Parents are advised to bring the hat, neckerchief, and neckerchief slide for their son’s next rank. (Webelos parents: your scouts are not affected by this as they are already wearing the colors of their rank.)

The pack has a tradition of handing down hat, neckerchief and slide for the next den’s use; if you are not interested in participating, you will need to provide your own.

As a reminder, the scout store address can be found on the website.

Any parents that would like to volunteer at the grill are asked to arrive no later than 3:30pm to help get things going.

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact your den leaders.

2018 Durham Bulls Scout Night

Posted in: Pack News by Cubmaster on April 23, 2018

5:45pm Parade
6:35pm Game
12:00am Lights Out
7:00am Wake-up
7:15am Breakfast
8:00am All gear off field
8:30am All campers must exit



Pack 200 will purchase a block of tickets for the game and camp out on  Saturday, June 02th 2018.

Tickets will be handed out at the game.

Space is very limited (750!) and the deadline to order is midnight Sunday, May 13!

The price includes:

  • Game Ticket
  • Post-game Fireworks show!
  • Sleepover in the Outfield!
  • Participate in the pre-game Parade
    Show up early! The parade starts at 5:45 – 45 minutes prior to game time! Game Time is 6:35.
  • Durham Bulls Camp Out Patch
  • Dinner ($5 in Bulls Bucks vouchers) and Breakfast included
If you can’t sleepover but want to attend the game, those tickets are also available.
Class B attire is OK.  We retrieve our camping gear immediately after the game.
Check the FAQ for important details!
A completed Liability Waiver is required.
Handbook coming “soon”.
Tickets have been purchased.

2018 Spring Pack Family Camping

Posted in: Pack News by rlgray on March 7, 2018

When: Mar. 23-25
Where: Camp McNeill (map)

Located about 1.5 hours south of Cary, featuring Pirate Ship, Western Fort, Native American Teepee Village, Tom Sawyer rafts, and more!

The dens will be organizing Saturday activities related to Adventures for each rank.

The Pack will provide the SMORES!

Pack family camping FAQ:


Friday, March 23
3:00-10:00 You may arrive any time after 3PM and set up camp
Dinner is own your own
No formal camp fire
10:00 Lights Out

Saturday, March 24
7:00 – 8:30 Breakfast with your den or own your own then clean-up
9:00 Opening Ceremony
Flag raising (We need a den to volunteer for this)
9:15 to lunch: work on adventures or electives
12:00 to 2:00 Lunch on your own or with your den
2:00 to 4:00 work on adventures or electives
5:00 Take down the flag (I need a den to volunteer for this)
5:30 to 7:00 Dinner on your own or with your dens then clean-up
7:30 to 8:00 Campfire
Each Den will have to perform a skit
Pack provides Smores
10:00 Lights Out

Sunday, March 25
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 Short religious ceremony
9:30 Police the campground
10:00 leave the camp

If you are the last two families/cars, please exit together to be sure everyone is on the road safely.