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Welcome to KubbGames.com. The ancient Viking would play Kubb. The wooden Kubb Game is an exciting way to build your strategy skills and have a lot of fun at the same time. Revisit Viking times, and play Kubb. Kubb Games are a great outdoor game that adult teams can enjoy. We have a variety of wooden Kubb Games for you to choose from.

Two of our Kubb Games are made in the Scandinavian countries of Sweden and Denmark. We also feature two Kubb Games that is crafted here in Pennsylvania one by the Amish and Mennonite and the other by a local wood craftsmen.

So celebrate life - go outside to play a Game of Kubb. Browse our site, www.KubbGames.com and become acquainted with Kubb Game rules, and there is Kubb information and articles for you to read - see the links on the left.


Article Excerpts - Summer Camp
Summer camp are words that trigger a flood of memories of the carefree fun and pranks played on unwary counselors at camp. These recollections, filtered through the mists of time fuel hilarious stories often shared at camp reunions. Summer camp is an institution begun in the mid 1800s when F. W. Gunn first took the boys from his home school for boys in Washington, Connecticut on a two week hiking trip during the summer vacation months and continued the Gumnery Camp for twelve years. The traditional view of summer camp conjures up visions of back to nature, hiking on narrow mountain trails, canoeing on placid lakes, shooting through the white water rapids of fast flowing rivers and sleeping out under the stars. Camp songs were sung and improvised skits were part of the evenings entertainment. The day wound down around the campfire complete with roasting marshmallows and telling ghost stories as smoke got in sleepy eyes. These time honored activities remain in tact in many camps and are added to or have been replaced by more sophisticated programs that offer a great variety of special interest programs. The American Camp Association reports th ........ read more.



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