The popular Spooky-Trail is a fun opportunity to have some spooky fun with your pack. Bring your costume and be ready for a spooky-good time.
Coming New in 2019! Ride along cowboys, at Camp Stearns we’ll have ponies and we’re keeping Trunk or Treat! And, for the first time ever, Spooky-Ree is expanding by one location – coming to Phillippo Scout Reservation.
Who Can go to the Spooky-Ree?
Cub Scouts (Lions to Arrow of Light Scouts), Parents, and Siblings
How much does it cost?
- Cub Scouts $30
- Siblings age 5-11 $15
- Adults $5
- Siblings 4 & under are free
- $5 per person per meal (optional – See Food Service Below)
You may choose to cook your own food or eat in our dining hall. If you choose to cook your own food, a propane stove with fuel will be provided at no charge. Eating in the dining hall is $5 per person per meal.Register for Spooky-Ree
Come to Stearns Scout Camp or Phillippo Scout Reservation for a scary-good time. We’ll scare your socks off while you play games, eat candy, enjoy hay rides, learn camp skills, and have fun. Don’t forget to bring a costume!
Activities include: Archery, Bounce Pillow, Carnival Games, Hayride, Spooky Trail, BB Gun Shooting, Stargazing and more!
6:00 p.m. – Check-in and Registration
6:30 – 10:00 – Campsite Set-Up and Pack Time
8:00 a.m. – Breakfast
9:00 – 11:50 – Morning Program
12:00 – Lunch
1:00 – 4:50 – Afternoon Program
5:00 – Dinner
7:00 – 8:30 – Spooky Trail and Skits
8:00 a.m. – Breakfast
Pack up and head home after breakfast
Spooky-Ree is designed to be an activity based program instead of advancement based. Scouts will not complete adventures during the scheduled activities. There will be time during the weekend for the pack to organize their own rank advancement activities if desired.
How do I register?
Registration opens the day after Labor Day each year! Mark your calendars now so you don’t forget!Register for Spooky-Ree
What should I bring to Camp?
Spooky-Ree is a full weekend event. Make sure you are prepared for an entire weekend away from home. Use this checklist as a baseline as you get packed.
- Sleeping Bag
- Warm Layers (October can be cold in Minnesota)
- Rain Gear
- Eating Utensils and Cooking Supplies (If cooking in your own campsite)
- Sturdy shoes
- Water Bottle
- Optional supplies for Trunk-or-Treat (remember there is a prize for best decorated trunk!)
- Halloween Costume!
What forms do I need to bring to camp?
Every participant (youth and adult) must have a completed health form – parts A and B. You also need to bring a shooting sports waiver for every child participating bb guns and archery..
What should I do if I have dietary restrictions?
We do our best to provide safe and healthy meals for all of our participants. We ask that you complete the medical information section of your online registration to inform us of any dietary needs. You can also contact via phone or email to discuss a particular need. Common restrictions that we are usually able to handle are: nut allergies, lactose free, gluten free, and vegetarian. If you have other needs please be sure to contact us 2 weeks prior to attending Spooky-Ree.