Cubs/Webelos Resident Camp


2022 Camp Fees


                           Cub Resident Fee


Webelos Resident Fee



Leader Fee


Campership Applications Due April 29, 2022


Attention all Campers and Camp Staff over 21! 

On Thursday, April 29, 2022, the State of Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) informed the LaSalle Council that all persons over the age of 21 that are attending any of our Resident Camps for the 2021 camping season are required to submit a new DHS Registry Clearance Request, no matter which state you live in

Specifically, these persons are required to provide their camps with a new DHS Clearance Letter upon their arrival to camp. To expedite the process for processing,  email the completed form directly to the state at the below email address. Please do not turn this into the Council Office.

  1. Complete the form, list in “Section II Results Section” your personal email. Once you receive your results, Print them out and bring them with you to camp.

Here is the form:    Michigan Background Check Document

Here is the email address you submit the completed background check to 

BSA Health Form

Make sure your entire unit has up-to-date health forms. Also, check out the medication procedures for Camp Tamarack located below in the WRC forms. 


In order to safeguard the health of both campers and staff, all campers (youth and adult), staff, and guests attending the weekend camping experiences will be required to complete and bring the "Council/District Activities Pre-Arrival Health Checklist" to camp. This form can be accessed below in the files.   Please complete this form along with sections A and B of the standard BSA Health Form.  

Youth Protection Training

The BSA has announced new youth protection training policies to ensure compliance with mandatory training requirements. Ensure all adults accompanying a Scouting unit that are present at camp for 72 hours or more must be registered as a leader, including completion of a criminal background check and Youth Protection training. This applies even if the 72 hours are non-consecutive. (Effective June 1, 2018)

Campership Program 

Campership Applications Due APRIL 29, 2021

Camperships are open to youth from families with financial circumstances would mean that a high-quality residential camp experience would be unattainable without external financial support.  The specific financial circumstances of the family will determine whether they are eligible for full or partial support.

To be eligible, the following guidelines must be met by the youth applicant:

  • Register within the LaSalle Council and in good standing for at least 30 days prior to completing an application.

  • Youth attending a LaSalle Council-operated summer camp to include Day Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp, Webelos Resident Camp, or Scouts BSA Resident Camp.

  • Youth attending an official La Salle Council, District, Area or National training conference, for example, NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training)

  • Recommended by his or her unit leader to include Committee Chair, Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Advisor, or parent/guardian.

In keeping with the philosophy of “pay your own way”, each youth should pay a portion of the fee.  Camperships are awarded based primarily on need.  The more information the campership committee has about the Scout’s particular need, the better. The La Salle Council also reserves the right to consider the unit’s participation in Council administered product sales as demonstrating a concerted effort to raise these funds. The family and unit should also contribute to the cost of the camp experience.  Camperships awarded will not exceed 50% of the event fee.

Applying for campership aid must be done by end of April 29, 2022, to allow time for review and response. If approved, the campership amount will be sent to the camp or to the National Conference when the registration of the individual is confirmed. Fees will be credited as camp payment in the Scout’s name within the La Salle Council Summer Camp Reservations portion of its website. The campership is to a specific individual and is not transferable to other youth.

You can download the form below under the Campership Application. 

Register Below: 

File Name Description
2021 Cub/Webelos Resident Camp Leader Guide Revised 4/23/21 Download
Campership Application submit to Sarah Carpenter | Download
Council Refund Policy Download
Michigan Background Check Form Submit to Download
Sleeping Quarters Recommendations Download