Summer Camp Registration Update
The final registration deadline for Summer Camp registration has passed.

To our fellow Scouts, Parents, and Leaders,

Yesterday, June 8th, was the final registration cut-off for Tanah Keeta's Cub Scout Resident Camp and Scouts BSA Summer Camp programs.

Registration numbers have been understandably lower this year, but we've been determined to provide an outdoor summer program if we can do it in a safe and financially sound way. We are confident in our safety measures but based on our final registration numbers we have determined it unsustainable to move forward with our Cub Scout Resident Camp program, and have made the decision to cancel this event.

Our Scouts BSA Summer Camp will move forward as scheduled.

Our Cub Scout families will be entitled to a full refund. Your camp fees have been credited back to your registration account. To request that they be refunded from your account, please use our online refund request form here. If you do not hear back within 2-3 business days, please contact our Program Secretary, Julia Leith, at julia.leith@scouting.org

Please understand that canceling any of our summer activities is the last thing that we wanted to do. Our Scouts are eager to return to the great outdoors, and there is no alternative to a week at camp. However, during these unusual times, it is important that we keep our Scouts engaged in the program.

We encourage our Cub Scout participants to continue to take advantage of the offerings of our Remote Activity Workshops (RAW). Adult Leaders can volunteer to teach classes using the form on the RAW homepage here.

The Gulf Stream Council has re-opened our camps to unit reservations. Is your Pack planning an outing this summer? Learn more about our camp availability and council policies regarding unit activities here.

We hope you'll join us for Cub Scout Resident Camp in 2021!
Cub Scout Resident Camp 2021
June 19-22, 2021
TK Summer Camp COVID-19 Plan
Our Camp Administration is hard at work planning the necessary steps in order to best mitigate the health risks of communicable illnesses in camp.

We have taken careful considerations of the guidance issued by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Florida Government, local Health Officials, and our Council’s Medical Professionals regarding the operation of all of our summer activities. Below you will find our COVID-19 Plan regarding our operational procedures in camp. This document will aid families in making the decision about attending camp.