That’s a trick question. Yes, they can.
Effectively immediately, the policy forbidding Tiger Cubs from attending resident camp has been reversed.
As Scout Wire first reported yesterday, the change allows Tiger Cubs to go to resident camp with their adult partner or guardian. What’s a resident camp? The BSA defines it, at least for Tiger Cubs, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos Scouts, as “a council-organized overnight camp of at least two consecutive nights in duration that operates under council-retained leadership.”
Overnight camping by Tiger Cub, Wolf, and Bear Cub Scout dens as dens is still not OK.
The language in the Guide to Safe Scouting and other publications will be updated as those documents are reprinted. In the meantime, the Age Guidelines in the Guide to Safe Scouting now read: Continue reading