– Shooting Sports
New Texas Scouting Adventures
Medina River Greenway Trail
Outdoor Adventure TourScout camp, with its wide of activities, staff and facilities, is the crowning experience of the Scouting Youth Program. Age appropriate programs include day camp for youngsters, resident camp for pre-teens and adventure treks for older youth.
Each scout unit is encouraged to plan a monthly field trip adventure (day trip or overnighter) and at least once per year, a weekly long adventure camp.
This program promotes valuable character growth in a great fun environment surrounded by strong peers and adult mentors. Scouts also learn important skills such as leadership, teamwork, planning, conquering challenges, and good citizenship.
Before planning major camping events, boy scouts and their leaders should carefully review the requirements of the camping merit badge and plan accordingly. All scouting events should be planned out by the boys under adult supervision.
26-Nov-2013: Camp Strake is Moving
Camp Bear Creek
Paddle boards in the lake and other water features like the water “Slide of Awesome” and a water trampoline were added in 2014.
Buffalo Trails Scout Ranch
Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Davis Mountains, this facility is one of America’s premier High-Adventure council camps. In operation since 1947, this beautiful ranch has met the needs of Scouts, Scouters, and their families for over 50 years.
Clements Scout Ranch
Several weekend campsites come with two large pavilions and 19 summer campsites complete with a dining hall, headquarters building, first aid lodge, swimming pool, waterfront, horses, the 60 ft. John Coffman Climbing Tower, the Roy & Frances Rea COPE Center, and many more traditional program areas. Trevor Rees-Jones Scout Camp is also home to a first class Museum of Natural History. A variety of wildlife trails, great fishing on all four lakes, rowboats, canoes, rifle, shotgun and archery ranges are available.
Cockrell River Camp
Visit the Blanco River among native pecan and cypress trees. During summer camp, aquatics are the biggest draw to Cockrell River Camp offering swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing, just to name a few.
Camp Green Dickson
Sea Base Galveston
Camp Billy Gibbons
The camp is considered the last of the summer wilderness camps in this area. One must drive down over a thirteen mile gravel road, over fourteen cattle guards, in order to get to the camp.
Gorham Scout Ranch
Griffith League Scout Ranch
Units must use Leave No Trace camping guidelines. 16 miles of casual and more rigorous hiking trails.
Camp Horseshoe Bend [SHAC]
Camp James Ray [CTC]
Camp James Ray is home to the Sanford Aquatics Center with a 160,000 gallon, one-of-a-kind swimming pool. This pool features a beach front entrance, two aqua jet systems, and a 141-foot water slide.
Lake Texoma is famous for sand bass and stripers.
Camp Karankawa [BAC]
Camp Lost Pines [CAC2]
Camp McGimsey Park
Camp Alma McHenry
Mays Family River Ranch
Philmont Scout Ranch
Waterfront access to Lake Murval allows for a wide array of boating activities. Also available are a swimming pool, fire circle, outdoor chapel, Silver Circle Hiking Trail, 14 campsites, a Venturing base, and so much more! Camp Pirtle also offers accommodations for those with disabilities.
Camp Possum Kingdom Lake
Summer camp programs include one of Scouting’s largest waterfront areas with sailboats, water skiing, canoeing, swimming, motor boating, snorkeling, and blobbing. Camp
Camp Preston Hunt
Campers in the Cavalry program live and eat apart from the other scouts in frontier conditions simulating the 19th century period. After learning safety requirements of their black powder rifles and the basics of the 1872 army, they battle it out in the rocky underbrush with adult re-enactors.
Rivers Wilderness Camp
Everything Arkansas outdoors has to offer… the lush green forest, the rolling mountain ranges, the fresh clean clear waterways and lakes, the fishing, and the wild life are all here. Nature in all of its glory awaits you and your organization! Come and join us at Ross Rhodes Reservation, for the outdoor adventure that will leave you wanting more.
Camp Smilin V
Camp Tonkawa East
Work on special interest projects or rank advancement. Special Merit Badge programs include Nature Awareness, Leatherwork, Fishing, Hiking, Backpacking and Horsemanship. Wilderness Survival is the most popular most popular merit badge of this camp.
Camp Tonkawa West
This camp is also used by many Non-Scouting groups throughout the year. 4-H, YWCA, Big Brothers / Big Sisters, Hunter Safety Education, and other groups make use of our facilities
Facilities include 10 campsites with shelter pavilions, 8-acre lake, shooting ranges, archery range, chapel, boating facility, mountain bike trail and iron works.
Wehinahpay Mountain CampLocated in the beautiful Sacramento Mountains of South Central New Mexico at 8,500 feet of elevation. Wehinahpay Mountain Camp is surrounded by the Lincoln National Forest and offers a wide and exciting variety of quality Scout camp programs. The camp is known for its beautiful wooded campsites, cool mountain weather, low humidity, lack of mosquitoes, good wholesome food, a fantastic camp staff, wildlife, and an exciting program of camp activities.
Camp Worth Ranch
Camp Facilities include four major adventure trails that tour waterfalls, Kyle Mountain, Hernia Hill and other natural formations. There are also shooting sports, astronomy, rock climbing and pioneering projects.
NOTE: Most youth camps are available year around to all youth groups and family activities regardless of affiliation. In fact many want your business to support their core operations.
Snoopy’s Super Troop
No Scout should miss out on the fun and excitement of summer camp because he can’t participate with his own troop. Ask your local council about the Summer Camp Provisional Troop. It is also available for scouts who want to attend an additional week an opportunity to not miss out on the fun.
This unique program groups Scouts from many different troops into a single patrol, thus offering them a similar experience as Scouts who attend summer camp with their traditional troop.
Texas Boy Scout CouncilsBSA Alamo Council
The Alamo Area Council, BSA, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, serves a 13 county area in Texas. [ Council ]
BSA Golden Spread Council
Based in Amarillo TX, this group serves over 5,300 youth in the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma. Its service area includes all or part of 23 counties in Texas and three counties in Oklahoma. Council ]
BSA Capital Area Council
Covering 15 Central Texas counties surrounding Austin. The Council currently serves 24,000 youth. [ Council ]
BSA Circle Ten Council
Based in Dallas, Circle 10 serves BSA units in North Texas and a portion of Oklahoma. Its service area encompasses the Dallas metropolitan.
BSA East Texas Council
Based in Tyler TX, this council is serving youth in 17 counties of East Texas with great outdoor adventures. [ Council ]
BSA Bay Area Council
Headquartered in Galveston, Texas, provides activities for over 6,000 youth in Galveston and Brazoria counties. [ Council ]
BSA Buffalo Trail Council
headquartered in Midland, Texas, serves more than 6,500 youth in 18 West Texas counties. [ Council ]
BSA Caddo Area Council
Headquartered in Texarkana, Texas, the Caddo Area Council serves Scouts in ten counties of Northeast Texas and Southwest Arkansas. [ Council ]
BSA Texas Trails Council
Serving scouts in the Abilene Texas Region. [ Council ]
SouthWest USA Scout Camps
27 Extreme Scout Camps
Texas Church Youth Camps
San Antonio Scout Night
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. – Albert Einstein (1879-1955) – German-born physicist
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