Camping Promotions. Adam Dowdy email@example.com. Time Line. Introduction Discussion Presentation Review Closing. Discussion. 1. What camping opportunities are available in the local Council? 2. What opportunities are available to promote local Council camps?
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●K-M Scout Ranch Adventures
●Melita Island Summer Camp
●Northwest Grizzly Base-High Adventure and Webelos Camp
●Adventure Expedition Webelos Adventure at K-M Scout Camp
K-M (K Bar M) Scout Camp is located 23 miles northwest of Lewistown, Montana in the North Moccasin Mountains. The camp consists of approximately600 acres of mountains and foothills including a gold rush era ghost town and a gold mine. K-M has fourteen troop sites, which will accommodate approximately30 people each.
Melita Island is a 64-acre island on Flathead Lake in Northwest Montana. Access is by boat only, boat transportation to and from the camp is provided. Because of its location the camp will center around aquatic activities, but traditional Scout Summer activities such as Trail to First Class, Nature and Archery will be offered.
Grizzly Base is more than just a camp; it's a gateway to unlimited outdoor adventure in northwest Montana. Within a 75-mile radius of camp you'll find the Flathead and Lolo National Forests, Bob Marshall Wilderness and Mission Mountain Wilderness areas, Glacier National Park, "Wild and Scenic" rivers, Flathead Lake and Hungry Horse Reservoir. If that's not enough try on the Columbia Falls Water Slides or a White Water Raft Trip or a visit to the Museum of the Plains Indians on the Blackfoot Indian Reservation. Grizzly Base is your place to star and adventure in the Big Sky Country. The camp is located on Montana HWY 35, 18 miles South of Columbia Falls.
HANDICRAFTS Handicraft allows Scouts to learn the secrets of ancient peoples in working with wood, leather and reeds.MERIT BADGES OFFERED: Basketry, Leatherworking, and Woodcarving
CLIMBING TOWER HIGH ADVENTUREScouts will learn and practice the skills of climbing and rappelling from experienced climbers on a 30-foot tower with different degrees of difficulty. What a rush, in rappelling down that first time. This is sure to be a "must do" activity for older Scouts. Check it out! The Climbing merit badge is now offered.
Melita Island is in a primitive setting, patrols will be required to bring their own camp equipment (tents, dining flies and cooking equipment) and prepare their own food (food is issued fresh to the Scouts each day), propane stoves with propane are available for rent, for $25per stove per week, the food and drinking water will be provided. This is a patrol cooking camp. There are no showers, water is available but must be carried to the campsite.
K-M Scout Camp offers your Webleos den a unique opportunity to campout for three nights and four days. You will be able to choose from 11Activity Badges as well as participate in historic hikes to Kendell Town site and the Munski Meadows, and earn your whittlin' chip and fireman chit. The sports program is available as well as the rare opportunity to earn the BB gun shooting belt loop.
Montana Council provides many opportunities for scouts of all ages it is up to you and your boys to take advantage of all Montana Council has to offer.
All camp information was provided from the Montana Council web site at www.bsamt.com all dates and pricing are as stated as on the web page. If you have any questions contact the council office at.