On October 14-15 Pack 3322 will travel to Laurel Caverns in Pennsylvania to participate in cave exploring, miniature golf, a campout, and other activities.
Laurel Caverns is a large natural calcareous sandstone cave located 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. Most of the passage ceilings in its three mile labyrinth are between ten and twenty feet high (many as high as 50 feet) with an average width of over twelve feet. This makes it the largest cave in Pennsylvania. The cave itself is situated beneath a 435 acre privately owned geological preserve. Because this property is at the top of Chestnut Ridge, all of the water that enters the cave is pristine.
The cost for the campout is:
- $38 for each Webelos Scout – includes campsite rental, food, the Earth Rocks program, mini-golf, panning, and misc.
- $34 for each Webelos Sibling (non-LTWB) participant – includes campsite rental, food, observer status for Earth Rocks
program, golf, panning, and misc costs.
- $28 for each Webelos family participant (moms, dads, siblings) – does NOT include panning; includes campsite rental,
food, observer status for Earth Rocks program, mini-golf, and misc costs.
- $24 for each LTWB Scout – includes campsite rental, food, Fun Patch program, and misc. costs. Kids get a patch.
- $24 for each LTWB family participant (moms, dads, siblings K or older) – includes campsite rental, food, Fun Patch
program, and misc.costs. Kids get a patch.
- Siblings not yet in Kindergarten are FREE – no patch.
Registration ends on October 4th at noon. Click here to register online!
We expect this to be another popular experience. Scouts should wear their Class Bs on Saturday. If the weather calls for sweatshirts, please wear the Class B outside the sweatshirt, to the extent practicable.