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.

Black Jack 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. The next Black Jack Trail is October 23-24.

This is a council event so it follows under the NCAP.  You will need the Corona 19 waiver and you will need the BSA updated Health Medical forms both for each scout. If you don’t have them, you unit will not participate in this event. You will need to prove your own two deep leadership.

 *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

Scouting for Food is the Scouts BSA’s yearly “good turn” which helps local food pantries and food banks to collect and distribute food to our neighbors with food insecurity. Follow this step‐by‐step plan to make your Scouting for Food event a great success.

Following in the tradition of the mountain men and trappers of the early 1800’s, Scouts and Scouters will gather for the 45th Trappers’ Rendezvous. Make plans to meet at Harvey County Park West for this annual event. Download the 2022 Trappers’ Herald for more information!

You know the priceless impact of the Scouting program. Every Eagle Board of Review, every time a member of Scouts BSA steps up bravely into a situation their fellow students shy away from, every Scouting Success story, starts with someone who took the time to reach out and share the opportunity of Scouting with a youth or family. THAT MOMENT, is when lives are changed.
We are asking that EACH Scouts BSA Troop work to change 2 more lives this fall. There are over 110 active Troops in Quivira Council. In taking this challenge on, we are committing to changing the lives of over 200 more youth! 
John Ferguson and his Trapper’s Rendezvous 2022 team believe enough in this endeavor that they will be waiving the Trappers Rendezvous registration fees of 2 adults from every unit that registers 2 new Scouts BSA or Venturers between now and Nov. 29th. (In an effort to not hinder Trapper’s Registrations, the registration fees will be credited back to each participating Units FHOD.)
Thank you for helping us change the lives of so many youth!

Register HERE! (All adults in attendance must have current youth protection)

Please join us for our annual Recognition Dinner, the occasion when we acknowledge many youth for their achievements and thank our volunteer leaders for their service. Saturday, January 22nd will be an enjoyable evening of gratitude, fellowship, and inspiration!

This year’s guest speaker, Dr. Venus Le, will give points on Mentoring.

Recognitions will be Eagle Scouts from 2021, the 2021 Eagle Scout Class Honorees, and the 2021 Silver Beaver recipients.  All will be awarded for their achievements and great service in the Scouting movement. 

We look forward to seeing you as we recognize outstanding volunteers! 

5:30 p.m. Doors open 
6:00 p.m. Recognition Dinner service
7:00 p.m. Recognition Program propmtly begins

The dinner is $40 per person until January 4th,
(except for the 2021 Eagle Scouts or 2021 Silver Beaver recipients)

Please note the January 4, 2022 deadline to avoid late fees; $60 after January 4
The last day to register is Wednesday, January 12, 11:59pm

Dinner Choices:

Grilled Chicken with Pear-Apple Salsa, Cinnamon Apple Glaze
Oven Roasted Pork Loin with Apple Brandy Glaze
Eggplant Parmesan on Whole Wheat Pasta with Herbs (Vegetarian option)

(Please specify any dietary restrictions for attendee on registration.)

If you would like to sponsor an Eagle Scout(s) (meal & gift) or a Silver Beaver(s) (meal & gift) please indicate so on your registration.  Sponsorship is $50 / each.

Register HERE!

Learn more HERE!

Save the date! The 2022 Scout Night with the Wichita Thunder is scheduled for March 4 at 7pm.

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. Click HERE to learn more! For more information contact Kelley DeGraffenreid

The day will consist of 4 different rotations of STEM activities, a movie in the Dome Theater and a Live Science Show, allowing your Cub Scouts to complete all the requirements for the NOVA award for “Science Everywhere”.

Learn more HERE!

Register HERE!

Eskimo Run, sponsored by White Buffalo District, is a fun activity for all registered Cub Scouts in Quivira Council. This one-day Winter Olympics event provides youth a chance to be active in the outdoors during the winter, competing at several activities and games.

Learn more HERE!

Register HERE!