Many a marksman has been cultivated at the Camp Jubilee / Ware / Explorer Base Field Sports department. For the Cub program, bibi guns and bows & arrows are used while the Boy Scouts use .22 rifles, shotguns and participate in archery also.
The basic survival skills of Scouting are taught here - camping, cooking, orienteering, hiking and pioneering. Participants at the Cub or Boy Scouting level are bound to pickup new wilderness skills in this department.
The Aquatics department has always been an important piece of the Camp Ware program. Swimming was always conducted in the Octoraro Creek until the pool was built in the mid 1960s.
Many folks have explored the Camp Ware Nature Department and found quite a number of slithery, leafy, starry and furry exhibits. Posters, animals, plants and more await the curious observer in this department.
Handicraft is a good place to express one's creative side, and Scouts (and parents) of all ages get a chance during the summer to build, weave, carve, paint and stitch their creations in a safe and fun manner.
One of the quintessential skills of any Scout, First Aid is an indespensible part of the program.
Opened in Summer 2016, the Innovation Center exhibits some of the cutting edge activities in technology that Scouts can enjoy while visiting Camp Ware.