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Bay-Lakes Council, BSACampingCub Scout World, Camp Rokilio (slide show)

Cub Scout World, Camp Rokilio

    14404 Rokilio Rd, Kiel, WI 53042
Ranger: Steve Grapentine
Phone: (920) 894-2594

DIRECTIONS: Take State Highway 67 one-half mile north of Kiel to County Highway XX. Follow XX east 4.5 miles to Cub Scout World, Camp Rokilio sign; OR, exit Interstate I-43 at County Highway XX. Follow XX west approximately 15 miles to the Camp Rokilio sign. Turn south onto Rokilio Road to "T" intersection then east (left) to camp. (DRIVE CAREFULLY, ROAD IS NARROW).

Camp Property Map

Click on image above to play Cub Scout World camp video.

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Cub Scout World provides a GREAT OUTDOOR ADVENTURE for Cub Scouts and their parents and leaders on 213 beautiful acres of hilly terrain with tall timber located in the Kettle Moraine, seven miles east of Kiel, WI!

Cub Scout World consists of a 3 night/4 day stay in one of the camp's 5 theme buildings, which includes the Space Station, Fort, Train Station, Castle, and Viking Ship. The building's amenities include; electricity, water, flush toilets, showers, kitchen, and living quarters with beds for both adults and youth. Cub Scout World provides an introduction to camping in a very comfortable and stylistic way!

As a Cub Scout becomes accustomed to the out-of-doors with his Den, he unconsciously absorbs some of the greatness of nature itself — the quiet of the forest, the cheerfulness of a running stream, the breadth of a body of water, the openness of the sky, the freshness of the wind, the curiousness of a bog with insect eating plants, and the beauty of a sunset.

By spending time outdoors, a boy learns some of the skills, resourcefulness, and self-reliance of the pioneers. The woods, the streams, the trails, and the wild creatures that inhabit them become his friends, and the out-of-doors becomes a lifelong source of recreation.

Camping is an opportunity for the continuation of Cub Scouting throughout the summer! The camp program is designed to meet the needs and interests of Tigers, Wolves, Bears, and parents; therefore, preparation for adventure belt loops and activity pins are continuous and consistent with the program in the Pack.

All of Scouting is an educational program, and since education consists primarily of determining the individual’s learning needs and proceeding to satisfy those needs, the Cub Scout World program is designed to promote a meaningful and educational experience. The program consists of 4 days of waterfront, shooting sports (BB Guns/Archery), Nature, Campfires, Chapel, theme related projects and activities, as well as, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) activities and NOVA awards. Registration includes a commemorative t-shirt for everyone attending. Parents will have the opportunity to learn as well with Dutch Oven Cooking, SCOUTStrong, and 2016 Cub Scout program changes.

Cub Scouts and their parents, grandparents and leaders can choose a session that fits into their schedule. The various sessions offer choices between weekend and midweek. Packs are encouraged to attend camp as a Unit, but any youth/adult can attend any session.

  • Session 1: June 19–22 (Sun-Wed)
  • Session 2: June 22–25 (Wed-Sat)
  • Session 3: June 26–29 (Sun-Wed)
  • Session 4: June 28-July 1 (Wed-Sat)
  • Session 5: July 5-8 (Wed-Sat)
  • Session 6: July 9-12 (Sun-Wed)
  • Session 7: July 12-15 (Wed-Sat)
  • Session 8: July 16-19 (Sun-Wed)
  • Session 9: July 19-22 (Wed-Sat)
  • Session 10: July 23-26 (Sun-Wed)
  • Session 11: July 26-29 (Wed-Sat)
  • Session 12: July 30-Aug 2 (Sun-Wed)
  • Session 13: August 2-5 (Wed-Sat)

Registration Schedule

  • November 5th - Registration opens.
  • February 1st - Rosters due.
  • March 1st - Camperships due.
  • April 1st - Final participant payments due.

Summer Camp Forms

Reservations change daily. Before sending in your reservation, please check with Shannon Ash at the Center for Scouting for the most up-to-date availability.


Short Term Camping Reservations

Short term camping is off-season camping made available for Scouts and their families and for out of Council and non-Scouting groups.

Unit, family and out-of-council reservations begin on June 1st of each year for the Fall of the current year and for the Winter and Spring of the following year. 

A roster of participants and $2.00 per person will be collected upon arrival at camp for Bay-Lakes Council Units/Groups

A roster of participants and $3.00 per person will be collected upon arrival at camp for Out-of-Council Units/Groups.

No refunds will be given if a Unit does not show without notification prior to 30 days of the camp date. (Unless the facility is rented by another group.)

Short Term Camping Links


To make a short term camping reservation click here.   (Change the Duration and the Category to start.)


2555 Northern Rd.
P.O. Box 267
Appleton, WI 54914

phone: (920) 734-5705

Hours of Operation:
8:00 am - 4:30 p.m. (M-F)
Closed Sat. & Sun.


2555 Northern Rd.
Appleton, WI 54914
phone: (920) 831-9504

Hours of Operation:
9:00 am - 6:00 p.m. (M-F)
10:00 am - 1:00 p.m. (Sat.)
Closed Sun.


1230 Main St.
Green Bay, WI 54302

phone: (920) 438-3999

Hours of Operation:
9:30 am - 6:00 p.m. (M-F)
10:00 am - 1:00 p.m. (Sat.)
Closed Sun.