Cub Cabin at Camp McClintock

Located in the Northeast corner of Camp McClintock

Camp McClintock's historic Cub Cabin has been refurbished. Built in the early 1930s by the WPA, this lovely sandstone structure has been without a roof for more than a quarter century. Not anymore! It has a new "ribbed-steel" roof, windows, a functioning fireplace, a woodstove, and is available to units of our Council for events.

View of new roof and windows on Cub Cabin
View of new roof and windows on Cub Cabin

Inside the Cub Cabin

Cub Cabin Fireplace
The old fireplace makes a great place to gather around and tell old Scouting stories.

Cub Cabin Inside
New windows and doors, thanks to several volunteers

Cub Cabin

Thanks for making it happen!


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