Daily Program Schedule

Day 1
Dec 27th, 2018


12:00pm
Check in Opens at Wooten Lodge Porch
2:00pm
Check in Closes at Wooten Lodge Porch
2:15pm
Class 3
3:30pm
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to next Class
3:45pmClass 4
5:30pm
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to Dinner
5:45pm
Dinner
6:45pm
Evening Flags
7:00pmNight activities - can pick one of three

8:30pm

Head back to campsites
10:00pmLights out


Day 2
Dec 28th, 2018
7:30am
Morning Flags and Assembly
8:00amBreakfast
9:00am
Class 1
10:15am
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to next Class
10:30am
Class 2
11:45am
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to Lunch
12:00pm
Lunch and Play Time
2:15pm
Class 3
3:30pm
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to next Class
3:45pm
Class 4
5:30pm
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to Dinner
5:45pm
Dinner
6:45pm
Evening Flags
7:00pm
Night Activities - can pick one of the three
8:30pm
Head back to camp
10:00pm
Lights Out


Day 3
Dec 29th, 2018
7:30am
Morning Flags and Assembly
8:00am
Breakfast
9:00am
Class 1
10:15am
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to next Class
10:30am
Class 2
11:45am
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to Lunch
12:00pm
Lunch and Play Time
2:15pm
Class 3
3:30pm
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to next Class
3:45pm
Class 4
5:30pm
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to Dinner
5:45pm
Dinner
6:45pm
Evening Flags
7:00pm
Campfire
8:00pm
Night Activities -
9:00pm
Head back to camp
10:00pm
Lights Out


Day 4
Dec 30th, 2018
7:30am
Morning Flags and Assembly
8:00am
Breakfast
9:00am
Class 1
10:15am
Snack and Restroom Break, Move to next Class
10:30am
Class 2
11:45am
Pack up Camp
1:00pm
Check out

  2018 Winter Camp Schedule


Dec 27-30th         Registration now open

                  

Schedule and Registration

Fees and Registration Details

  • Registration is $250 per youth
  • Camp is located at the Camp Tom Wooten,  785 FM 1441 Bastrop, TX 78602
  • Registration fee includes patch, flash drive, snacks, dinner on the 27th, breakfast, lunch and dinner on the 28th, breakfast, lunch and dinner on the 29th and breakfast on the 30th.
  • Campers must wear closed toed shoes each day of camp
  • Camp is open to all Bear and Webelos Cub Scouts.   Camp participants must be a registered Cub Scout to attend.
  • Camp participants do not need any prior knowledge or experience with technology .
  • Campers must be accompanied by unit leaders (if coming as a den or unit) or a parent.  Adult cost for the camp is $60 to cover food, camping fees, etc.
  • Campers will be staying onsite and will need to bring their own tents and bedding.
  • Each camper must complete the Boy Scouts of America's online CyberChip training prior to camp. 
  • Each camper must complete and submit a camp medical form on the first day check-in at camp.  Click here for more information.
TechLab STEAM Camp

Our camp believes that STEAM should available to all youth.  We are working to help provide           opportunities for anyone who wants to attend our camp have the ability to do so.  The number of Scholarships we can provide depends on Grants and Donations.  


If you are interested in helping a youth attend camp in Winter 2018, please click here.


If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, click here for more info.

Camp Information


Pre-Check in Forms

Starting December 1, we will start sending out the Pre-Check-in forms for all youth and adults coming to the camp.   These forms will ask for information such as allergies, food needs, emergency contact and state required information for adults.  This will also give each registrant a camp staffer contact whom they can ask questions of or communicate with when needed.  We are here to make your camp experience a fun and safe one, so feel free to reach out and ask us anything!



Check - In

You will need the following documents at check in:

  • Medical Form, Part A and B for every participant (youth and adult)
  • Copy of completed Cyber Chip
  • Proof of Current YPT (adults only)


Camp Locations and Map

For more information about the Camp Location and Camp Tom Wooten, please CLICK HERE.  



Map of Camp






















Late Arrivals or Early Departures

If your child will be arriving late or leaving from camp early, please notify us via email (techlabcamp@gmail.com).  Upon arrival, please go to the Nurses Station on the west side of Wooten Lodge to check in or out your youth. 


If your youth gets sick during the camp and must leave, check out will be handled at the Nurses Station on the west side of Wooten Lodge.


Campfire

On Saturday, Dec 29th, we will celebrate the camp with an Evening Campfire and Marshmellow Roast.  Please bring chocolate or graham crackers if you want s'mores.    Family members who did not attend the camp are welcome to join us for the evening campfire and Night Activities. 



What to Bring to Camp

  1. Backpack or bag for holding their stuff during the day
  2. Water Bottle - We will have plenty of opportunities to refill water bottles as needed throughout the day.   Even thought it may be cold, it is always important to drink lots of water.
  3. Medication needed for the camp time, to be turned into the camp medic.  Medication must be in the original containers, and you must have filled in the section of the Part B Medical Form approving administration of the medication. 
  4.  Normal camping gear, which includes but is not limited to
    1. Clothes that you can layer for the time that you are at the camp
    2. Tent
    3. Sleeping pad or cot
    4. Sleeping bag
    5. Pillow
    6. Warm hat that also shades your face
    7. Sunscreen
    8. Gloves
    9. Knife (with valid totin' chip)


Please note:

  • Label everything that you want your child to come home with!  Lost and found will be located outside fo the nurses station (information about camp office above).
  • Your youth may have a cell phone with them, but it should stay in their backpack during classes


If you would like suggested camp checklist,  please feel free to download the Camp Director Amandas checklist.


What NOT to Bring to Camp

  • Electronic games, radios, headphones, mp3 players, etc. 
  • Your youth may have a cell phone with them, but it should stay in their backpack during classes
  • Glass containers
  • Firearms, slingshots, matches, fireworks, water guns or rocket engines.
  • Valuables

           

Program Overview
Bears - more information coming soon


Webelos  - more information coming soon