Webelos Rendezvous 2018


Dec 7, 2018 to Dec 9, 2018



Camp Patten
247 East Burnt Church Road
Lakeland, GA 31635


Deadline to Register is November 28th




Webelos Leaders and Scoutmasters of the same Charter Organization are encouraged to plan and camp together.  If attending with a troop, make sure the parents/guardians are aware that they are required to have an adult attend the campout with their Scout.  This is a Cub Scout Event.  Food will not be provided.  Packs and Troops should plan and prepare all meals.

The Webelos Rendezvous is a two-night campout for 1st and 2nd year Webelos. 

The purpose of this event is to inspire the boys to continue in Scouting and cross over into a Boy Scout troop.

A staff will be made up of mostly older Boy Scouts and experienced leaders from different troops throughout the council. This way, the Webelos are provided with a full weekend to interact and learn from “older scouts”.  They will also see what a scout camp looks like while being taught valuable skills like campsite selection, kitchen setup, fire building and knot tying.  All scouts will participate in camp wide games, skill events, patrol flag competition, evening campfire and see what the future has in store for them in the Boy Scouts.

Scouting Adventure Requirement for Arrow of Light

3(d)   As a patrol, make plans with a troop to participate in a Boy Scout Troop's campout or other outdoor activity.

4.       With your Webelos den leader, parent, or guardian, participate in a Boy Scout troop's campout or other outdoor activity. Use the patrol method while on the outing.

Webelos Rendezvous Tentative Schedule


4:00, Leaders, Scouters and Parents start arriving.  Check in at Copland Center.

9:00, Leaders meeting at Copeland Center                                  


0900 AM, Assembly at the Flag Pole                               


11:30 AM – 12:30PM  Lunch


5:30 PM, Dinner at Campsites     

7:00PM, Firebowl


0900, Chapel Service

1000, Check-out starts

1200 (Close Camp)      

Patrol Flag Competition Rules

  1. Scouts should decide how they will design the Patrol Flag for their unit and work as a team.
  2. Each flag must be clearly marked with the unit number and patrol name. Patrol flags should identify patrol members.
  3. Flags must be made from leather, wood, cloth or other natural materials. Paper flags will not qualify.
  4. Flags may be any shape or form but must not exceed 24 inches in height or 24 inches in width.
  5. The flag must be attached to a pole.
  6. Flags should represent the Webelos scouts’ work not the adults’ work.
  7. Durability, portability, use of scout skills, artistic design, originality and team work will be judged. Everyone should be involved in designing the patrol flag.

Please contact Tom Bozung if your Troop can help with this event.


Tom Bozung

Tom Bozung


(520) 954-7051