WINTER KLONDIKE – “Soar High in Scouting”
February 1, 2020 – 7am – 4pm @ Beaumont Scout Reservation
2020 Klondike Manual – Final
Register or learn more Here
Fall Camporee at Camp Warren Levis in Godfrey, IL. Oct. 11-13. Register here.
Winter Klondike is January 12, 2019 – Location: Beaumont Scout Reservation
Join us at the Boone Trails District Winter Klondike event! This year’s theme is “Arctic Adventure”! The event will be held on January 12, on the Scoutcraft Field at Beaumont Scout Reservation. Our event will incorporate the Klondike Derby as well as many other arctic theme activities and is open to both Boy Scouts and Venturing Scouts.The cost is $5 per person* which includes the event patch and all the FUN. We will have some optional purchases as well. For an $5, you can pre-purchase lunch from the OFP**. You can also purchase a Boone Trails beanie cap for an additional $6***.
We’d love to see all our units out for the day!
Coffee Klatch for the Adults is a great opportunity to network with other leaders… and, you know, there’s COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS!
Note: there will be a Klondike race… bring your sled! If you don’t have one, let us know – we will do our best to assist! If you choose not to race, that’s ok, join us anyway! We have a full day of activity planned! Please refer to the Klondike manual (in the attachments) for derby, activity and competition rules and sled requirements.
*$5 online registration ends Jan 10. Walk-in price is $7 and is not eligible for the OFP lunch.
**Cutoff for OFP lunch is January 2
***Cutoff date to receive the beanie is Dec. 28
Overnight Cub Scout Camp & Cub Scout Family Camp
Cub Scout overnight camps like Wolf/Bear resident camp, Webelos Camp, Arrow of light Camp, and Cub Adventure Camp are great opportunities for your Scouts to start out the year with a few Adventures/Advancements well underway and completed, while having a super fun time at camp!
Family Camps are opportunities for Scouts to spend a day and a night, over a weekend, at one of our properties, sharing the fun of the outdoors with mom, dad, and Cub Scout-aged siblings! In addition to Family Camp, we have Dad and Lad Camp in April, and Mom and Me camp in September.
Summer Camps are in June and July, at Camp May (Beaumont), Warren Levs, Pine Ridge, and Lewallen.
Register here http://bsaarchive.webtestdev.com/activities/camping/summer-camps/cub-scout-summer-camp/ to see all the opportunities and reserve your summer of fun!
Boone Trails Summer Day and Evening Camps
Cub Scouts are welcome to attend and one or more day or evening camps in June or July.
- McNair Day Camp
- June 12 – 16, 2017
- 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Early drop off starts at 8am.
- Program ends at 3pm with late pickup until 4pm.
- McNair Park
- Tonya Brown
- Lincoln County Evening Camp
- June 19 – 22, 2017
- 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
- Cuivre River State Park
- Lee Losh
- STEM Evening Camp
- June 26 – 30, 2017
- 5 – 8:30 p.m.
- K of C Cottleville
- LaDonna Hudson
- Wentzville Shooting Sports Evening Camp
- July 10 – 14, 2017
- 4:30 – 8:30 p.m.
- Wentzville United Methodist Church
- Dave Huesemann
- Cub Scout Council Wide Evening and Day Camps
National Youth Leadership Training
Why attend NYLT?
Through this weeklong outdoor training, male and female Scouts grow and improve their leadership skills while following the guidelines of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. NYLT is conducted during summer camp.
Scouts earning the NYLT shield are better prepared to interact with adult leaders and face the challenges and demands ahead. This course is offered to both male and female scouts. NYLT course fee is $275.
2017 NYLT at Camp Vandeventer:
June 11-17 (Boy Scouts & Venturers)
2017 NYLT at Camp Sakima, S Bar F Scout Ranch:
June 18-24 (4 Boy Scout Troops & 1 Venturing Crew)
June 25 – July 1
July 16-22 (Venturing Only)
Register Here for NYLT: https://scoutingevent.com/312-2017nylt
Boy Scout and Venturing Summer Camp
The Greater St. Louis Area Council offers one of the premier summer camp experiences in the Boy Scouts of America. Scouts and Venturers will encounter challenges they first thought were beyond their ability and find programs that stir the imagination. Using the outdoors as our classroom, campers will build character and skills that can be used in their everyday lives. From our facilities, to our staff, to our food, summer camp is better in the Greater St. Louis Area Council.
Scouts and Venturers also have the option of attending any of our many specialty camps. These include Catholic Adventure Week, STEM Camp, the S-F Ranger Program, Boy Scout Week at Swift, Horse Camp, and Eagle Trail Week. We also offer six sessions of National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT), which helps youth build their leadership skills and take that next challenge! More information on all our summer camp options can be found at http://bsaarchive.webtestdev.com/activities/camping/summer-camps/boy-scout-summer-camp/ .
Let’s Go To Summer Camp
Venturers, Explorers, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts and Webelos participate in the upcoming Grand Adventure