Camporees
Camporee Nuts and Bolts
Sample Camporee Evaluation Form
Sample Camporee Guide
Sample Camporee Planning Timeline
Sample Camporee Theme Voting
Sample Campsite Judging Form
Tournament Brackets
Camporee Themes
Amazing Race Camporee
Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout Camporee
Automotive Camporee
Backpacking/High Adventure Camporee
Boy Scouts of the Apocalypse Camporee
Cooking/Iron Chef Camporee
Chills and Thrills Winter Camporee
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CSI: Crime Scout Investigators Camporee
Duck Dynasty Camporee
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Engineering Camporee
Geocaching Camporee
Gladiator Challenge Camporee
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Highlander Games Camporee
Hunger Games Camporee
Leave No Trace Camporee
     LNT Quick Activities - Used with LNT Camporee
Medieval Camporee
Mission Impossible Camporee
Monster Garage Challenge Camporee
Monster Mash Camporee
Orienteering Camporee
Pioneering Camporee
Punkin Chunkin Camporee
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Scout Olympics Camporee
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Search and Rescue (SAR) Camporee
Surviving World War II Camporee
Surviving the Ice Age Winter Camporee
*** Survivor Camporee
Teamwork Camporee
Spy vs. Spy Camporeee
Top Shot Camporee
Wateree Camporee
When Pigs Fly Camporee
Winter Games Camporee
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Wilderness Survival Camporee
Zombie Camporee
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*** Indicates that Wood District has held or will hold these camporees and detailed information is available by following the link.)
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What is a Camporee?

A Camporee is many things - camping fun for boys, the thumping of hundreds of feet on the way to an evening campfire, and the blue smoke from fires cooking stew or ham and eggs. It's the patter of rain on many tents at night. It's the ripple of wind­blown flags in the morning sun. It's catching the idea of teamwork in a patrol.

Camporees may be held at any time of the year. Camporee programs may include contests and demonstrations of outdoor Scouting skill as well as campfires, games, and field events. These activities can show Scouting at its best.

To put excitement into camporees, try following a theme. What does a themed camporee mean? Why do we want to use a theme? A themed camporee:
     * Unifies the events that participants will engage in.
     * Gives the Scouts something to celebrate.
     * Gets the creativity going.
     * Makes things different.

Using different themes each year helps keep camporees fresh. They can generate enthusiasm among the Scouts, particularly when themes are chosen that reflect the current interests of the participating Scouts. How do you know what their interests are? Ask them. The themes provided on this page could make a great starting point for discussing what type of camporee the boys would like to have and the events they should include. If you want to increase participation at a camporee by the Scouts give them a vested interest in the program. Get the senior patrol leaders and patrol leaders involved in the planning process.