Camping Camp McNeill

Camp McNeill

Camp McNeill

Camp McNeill is the “Cub Scout World” of Cape Fear Council. McNeill Cub Scout World acts as the hub for our Cub Scouting program, and offers many opportunities for Packs and families to have a great outdoor camping experience. Our facilities are top-notch, and facilitate leader trainings (POW- WOW, BALOO) year round, along with Spring Resident Camps., Water Weekends, and Fall Parent-Son Weekends.  Check bottom of this page for latest camp program information.

Camp McNeill’s many different program areas offer a chance for your son’s imagination go wild.  You can either camp in the traditional tent or plan to stay in one of our many cabins or other buildings located within Cub Scout World. Various facilities are available at Camp McNeill to accommodate even the first time camper.

If your group is a little larger than most, then choose the Western Fort. This is not only a program area, but a place to rest your head as well. Bunk beds can sleep up to 40 youth and 16 adults while being protected by rustic walls of the Fort. Adults and youth have separate rooms, bathrooms, and showers.

We can also accommodate larger groups at our Space Station, which houses up to 32 people in 4 different pods. The Space Station is also equipped with a full kitchen and hot showers. 

After a good night sleep you can test your skills at the BB gun and Archery Ranges. Swashbucklers can plunder on our Pirate Ship, race our Tom Sawyer Rafts, or explore the Gold Mine Shaft. A large athletic field with backstop is also available

Hungry?  Go for a bite to eat at our Dining Hall. While our Dining Hall at Camp McNeill does not have cooking facilities (meals for resident camp are prepared at Camp Bowers), it can accommodate over 300 people.

Once the day has ended and before you go home, have your ceremony, campfire, or skits in our lighted Akela Arena, which is equipped with 2 fire pits for your enjoyment. (PA system available upon request)

Pull out your hiking boots and strap on your imagination, because Camp McNeill has something to offer everyone, both young and old.

  • Check back soon for information on Spring Resident Camp 2009




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