I am the Cub Master for a pretty large Cub Scout Pack. We have over 60 boys in our pack, so you add in parents and siblings, when we camp, there are a lot of us. I try to find a bit of a secluded spot for my tent, away from the latrines, the fire ring and the mess tent. But we are pretty much car campers right now. Drive to camp, unload, camp for the weekend , break camp, pack the car and head for home.
That said, it is a lot of fun to be there the first time many of these boys have camped and to get to watch them over the course of 5 years go from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts, and know that in some small way I was part of that and that hopefully they will keep on scouting and carry the core values of scouting with them for the rest of their lives.
I hope that boy my sons stay in scouting and that together we can do Philmont and National Jamboree amongst other things.
There is not much better than sitting in nature with a hot cup of camp coffee on a cool morning.