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UPDATED: 2018 Council Camporee

Approximately 1,000 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, Explorers and their leaders from across Montana will gather for the Montana Council Camporee Thursday, June 14th through Sunday, June 17th at the Broadwater County Fairgrounds, Townsend, Montana.

The theme is “Today’s Scouts, Tomorrow’s Leaders.” The Montana Council Camporee is offered only once every four years.

In 1907, Lord Baden Powell of Great Britain held the first Scout campout. Since then, Scouting has spread around the world and currently serves over 8,000 youth in Montana with over 3,000 registered adult volunteers.

Activities will include:

  • Water Transfer
  • GaGa Pit
  • OA Villiage
  • Human Foosball
  • Monkey Bridge
  • Branding/Crosscut Saw
  • Shotguns
  • Archery
  • Yard Dice
  • Ice Cave
  • Giant Kerplunk
  • Rope Making
  • Tomahawks
  • ATV Simulator
  • Mountain Bikes
  • BB-Guns
  • Cub Scout Space Derby
  • Rain Gutter Regatta
  • Angry Birds
  • Carving
  • Obstacle Course
  • First Aid Training
  • CPR Training
  • Woggle Tying
  • Cornhole
  • Pep Band
  • Low Cope Course
  • Rope Making
  • Kuub
  • Ladder Golf
  • Remote Control Airplanes
  • Explorer Post Booth
  • Astronomy
  • Fire Department Display
  • Instrument Petting Zoo
  • MSU Marching Band Percussion Petting Zoo
  • Helena College
  • Fire Display
  • Impaired Driving Simulation
  • Distracted Driving Simulation
  • Seatbelt Simulator
  • Climbing Wall
  • Drug Dog
  • Highway Patrol Car
  • River Trek
  • Aviation Flights (20 scouts)
  • Live Band
  • Miss Rodeo MT
  • …. and a few more are in the works.

On Friday night, the program will feature a band, “Stumbling Free” from Helena.

Saturday’s events include fireworks and a reunion for Silver Beaver Award recipients from all BSA councils across the United States.

For more information and the complete schedule, go to:

Contact us at
Call Josey Quinones, Co-Director at (406) 461-5437
Call Drew Burkenpas, Co-Director at (406) 600-4911


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