Cubs camp in Contingent groups based on Zones. The ideal Contingent has 36 youth members, 4 - 6 adults ( at least 2 Leaders plus Parent Helpers), a Kitchen/H&S Adult and a Contingent Leader. There is a dining tent and cooking tent for each contingent . Youth share tents within the Contingent perimeter. Adults are on site in separate tents. Portaloos are sited close to each Contingent and potable water is readily available.
Swimming is a spare time activity and is organized by the Camp Director at the locate swimming hole. Every 4 Cubs will be supervised by an adult leader from the Pack who can rescue a Cub if needed and a Camp appointed Life Guard.
At the Waitawheta Camp, the swimming hole is under and beside a road bridge.
Cubs may not jump off the bridge.
Cubs who cannot swim will be provided with a lifejacket before entering the water.
Cubs will be supervised by a leaders when walking to and from the swimming hole as this road is quite busy.
- Treasure Hunt - Seeking clues and find the gold
- Kayaking - Learn how to use a kayak and fit a PFD properly.
- Surf Life Saving- how to have fun safely at the beach and learn about it's hidden dangers.
- Beach games
- Sand Castle Comp
- Weaponry crafting
- Battle games
- Flying Fox
- Battering Ram
- Axe Throwing
- All roads lead to Roman.