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Cub World

Cub World at Camp Tom Wooten

Camp Details

  • 150 acres with access to shores of Lake Bastrop
  • Men’s/Women’s restrooms, shower facilities
  • Available for weekend camping except in June
  • Pool open May 15-September 30
  • At least one adult leader MUST be BALOO trained for overnight camping
  • Must reserve as a pack, not a den

Directions

Near Bastrop, Texas
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Map of campsites

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Program Areas

All weekend camping reservations must be made two weeks in advance.
Boy Scout camping is not allowed at Camp Tom Wooten / Cub World.
Program areas are only available to units with camping reservations. No day use reservations.

Shooting Sports program areas are only available to units that have currently certified Range Safety Officers.

Pool is only available to units that have currently certified Safe Swim Defense volunteers that will exercise safe swim defense protocols.
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Fort Houston (BB GUN RANGE)

  • $5 per participant
  • Must have Certified Range Officer
  • Only Scouts and adults can shoot (no siblings who are not Scouts)

Native American Village (NO ARCHERY)

  • No charge for facility usage
  • Must buy any activity supplies at Scout Shop

Native American Village (ARCHERY AREA ONLY)

  • $5 per participant
  • Must have Certified Range Officer
  • Only Scouts and adults can shoot (no siblings who are not Scouts)

Swimming Pool

  • $5 per participant
  • Must meet BSA Safe Swim Defense

The Mineshaft

  • $5 per participant

Fishing

  • No council fee
  • Adults should have current state fishing license
  • Lake Bastrop: Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Sunfish, Crappie
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To Reserve Campsite(s) for Weekend Camping

CLICK HERE to reserve your dates at Cub World

General Information

  • Submit a completed BSA Medical Form for every participating Scout and adult
  • If using the pool, submit a completed swim check form for every participating Scout and adult
  • No camping fees for Capitol Area Council units
  • Out of council units pay $5 per camper
  • Campsites are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis
  • All units must satisfy BSA two deep leadership standards
  • All program area fees must be paid in advance to the Capitol Area Council office