Camporees, Cub Weekends, Day Events and Fun things to do!

All events are open to Scouts and their families from any district! Explore a new playground!

Any adult who is remaining overnight with youth must be a registered member of BSA and have completed the Youth Protection Training, regardless of the length of the camp. This is for the safety and well-being of all guests and staff members.

This is an informative event with several action packed stations for youth (ages 5-10) to learn about where their food comes from, and how things like clean air, earth and water contribute toward food security. Attendees will learn about food security versus insecurity, and how everyone, even the youngest of citizens, can help curb food insecurity in the community. From sourcing one’s own food, to learning how grain is processed, to leading a healthy lifestyle, this is sure to be a fun-filled Saturday!

*Parents must attend with their youth. This is not a drop off event. Come and go from 10am-2pm. See you there!

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To register click, HERE! 

This camping adventure is for 1st and 2nd year Webelos. It is held annually and is staffed by some of the top Scout BSA Troops from several Districts. Webelos Scouts will be introduced to several Scouting skills along with just plain old fun activities. They will interact with Scouts BSA youth to help prepare them for their own cross-over.

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Webelos Woods Planning Guide 

Webelos Woods Packing List

A week-long river adventure on West Virginia’s New River. Camping in the New River Gorge. Four days in inflatable kayaks in Class 1 to 3 rapids and one-day rafting in Class 3 to 5 rapids.

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For more information contact Kelley DeGraffenreid 

BlackJack Trail is an experience where the history of Quivira Scout Ranch is delved into, and some backpacking is done into the heart of The Ranch, leaving all big, fancy equipment behind. This is an opportunity for your Troop to go out with a minimum of equipment, have maximum fun, and use The Ranch to its fullest. There are endless program opportunities on our own Council Camp, and we urge every Troop to take advantage of them. BJT is open to troops any time, or units can attend in a group setting called the Council BJT has round robins in training backpacking map and compass LNT and others in the fall and spring. Please see Council Calendar for the dates.

*Maps and BJT Books are available for purchase at the council office.


Border Patrol is one of the oldest activities at QSR.  Hiking around the QSR border or Fence line a self-motivation. This can be a day hike, or one can make it an overnighter.
*Maps are available for purchase at the council office.  

Canoeing, Fishing, boating, and so much more! Plan your weekend trip to QSR and enjoy all that it has to offer. If you are not attending an official council event, please contact Candi Chase to acquire a short-term camping permit and make appropriate arrangements.

The following activities require registration Please contact Candice Chase candice.chase@scouting.org