Are you ready to immerse yourself in a week of Scouting Adventure? Independence, exciting challenges, Troop fellowship, new friends; it all happens at summer camp. This year, our theme “Myths & Legends” will add a fun and exciting extra dimension to your week. Learn more in our Summer Camp Leader Guide:
The Muskingum Valley Council has scheduled a contingent to experience the New River Trek Program. The group will consist of 4 Adults & 12 Youth. There are still some slots available. Estimated cost is $1,000.00
The dates are June 12 to 18, 2020.
TRIP OVERVIEW: This is a 50-mile paddle trip on the New River. You will navigate the upper portion of the river. This portion of the river includes Class I to III rapids. The final whitewater day in the Lower Canyon is a rafting experience and includes Class III to V rapids. Crews camp along the river through the New River Gorge. A gear boat (raft) accompanies the group to transport gear and food. Please note that in exceptionally high water, the entire trip may be conducted in rafts.
ELIGIBILITY: Registered Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts and Venturers who are at least 14 years old; and their registered leaders.
SKILL LEVEL: Participants must successfully complete the BSA Swimmer test. We recommend that participants have completed the Kayaking Merit Badge or have equivalent knowledge and skill.
FORMS: The following forms are required for participation: BSA Annual Health & Medical Record (Parts A-D), Summit Waiver, Whitewater Waiver.
FISHING: If you want to fish during your trip, you must purchase a West Virginia fishing license at www.wvfish.com. Fishing equipment will be available for your use. Youth under 15 years of age may fish without a license.
Click here to register: https://scoutingevent.com/467-27952
Thanks to the many Scouting families who came out to help us commemorate the beginning of our 100th year of service! Think of that…100 years ago, folks were driving Model T’s and watching black-and-white Charlie Chaplin movies at the theater. Today we drive SUV’s and F-150’s and we stream movies on our cell-phones! Times have changed but one thing has remained constant: the Scout Oath and Law.
For the past 100 years, incredible volunteers have delivered the programs of Scouting and taught the meaning of the Oath and Law to thousands of youth right here in the Muskingum Valley. Thank you for your role continuing this legacy! And thank you for the privilege of serving you in this great Council!
A 2017 survey of parents in the Muskingum Valley Council shows that they credit Scouting with preparing their Scouts for School, and for life!
The Tiger Den of Pack 510 visited WHIZ in Zanesville and had the opportunity to make a Public Service Announcement to be broadcasted. Press play to listen!
Left to Right front: Tristan Mynhier, Kayden Stallard, Shia Johnston, Damien Brooks, Michael Coen, Wyatt Gillespie, Hayden Sloan.
Left to Right Rear: Troop 510 member Gage Brooks and Den Leader Mike Brooks
It is the mission of the Muskingum Valley Council, Boy Scouts
of America, in cooperation with community organizations, to provide a
high quality Scouting program which will foster in young people a
commitment to serve God and country, ethical moral character, personal
fitness and good citizenship and also the development of mental
maturity and leadership ability.