Spook-o-Ree Info


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Thunder Campsites


General Overview

From Brooks UMC:


Camp Thunder Forecast


Things to bring (excerpt from Boy's Life):

Cub Scout Essentials:

  1. First-aid kit: adhesive bandages, moleskin, gauze, antibiotic ointment, etc.
  2. Water bottle: filled and large enough to last until it can be filled again
  3. Flashlight or headlamp 
  4. Trail food: can be made as a den activity prior to hike or campout
  5. Sun protection: sunscreen of SPF 30 or greater and a hat
  6. Whistle: for emergency use only

Other items to consider:

  1. tent (if not using a platform tent) - don't block trails or the pavilion with your tent
  2. cot, sleeping bag, sheets, quilts, sleeping pad, pillow, etc
  3. pocketknife or multitool (for adults and Scouts with their Whittling Chip)
  4. clothing to match the weather
  5. closed-toe footwear with ankle support
  6. rain gear
  7. extra batteries
  8. toothbrush, toothpaste
  9. soap (There are showers next to camp)
  10. hand sanitizer
  11. small towel
  12. washcloth
  13. shower shoes
  14. watch
  15. camera
  16. notebook, pen or pencil
  17. sunglasses
  18. insect repellent
  19. hiking stick or trekking poles
  20. Cell phone battery pack.  We tend to pop breakers at the pavilion with our demands.
  21. Halloween tent decorations
  22. Halloween costume
  23. Pumpkin decorating supplies (exterior only, don't plan on carving)

Spook-o-Ree Info


Click for Text Directions

Thunder Campsites


General Overview

From Brooks UMC:


Camp Thunder Forecast


Things to bring (excerpt from Boy's Life):

Cub Scout Essentials:

  1. First-aid kit: adhesive bandages, moleskin, gauze, antibiotic ointment, etc.
  2. Water bottle: filled and large enough to last until it can be filled again
  3. Flashlight or headlamp 
  4. Trail food: can be made as a den activity prior to hike or campout
  5. Sun protection: sunscreen of SPF 30 or greater and a hat
  6. Whistle: for emergency use only

Other items to consider:

  1. tent (if not using a platform tent) - don't block trails or the pavilion with your tent
  2. cot, sleeping bag, sheets, quilts, sleeping pad, pillow, etc
  3. pocketknife or multitool (for adults and Scouts with their Whittling Chip)
  4. clothing to match the weather
  5. closed-toe footwear with ankle support
  6. rain gear
  7. extra batteries
  8. toothbrush, toothpaste
  9. soap (There are showers next to camp)
  10. hand sanitizer
  11. small towel
  12. washcloth
  13. shower shoes
  14. watch
  15. camera
  16. notebook, pen or pencil
  17. sunglasses
  18. insect repellent
  19. hiking stick or trekking poles
  20. Cell phone battery pack.  We tend to pop breakers at the pavilion with our demands.
  21. Halloween tent decorations
  22. Halloween costume
  23. Pumpkin decorating supplies (exterior only, don't plan on carving)
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