The Cimarron Council has many exciting opportunities for Scouts to "put the outing in Scouting!"

 

 

Camping Facilities


The Cimarron Council operates three camp properties to help deliver the promise of Scouting to the youth of the Cimarron Council.  Our units are welcome to use any of these facilities.  These properties are made possible through support of our annual Friends of Scouting campaign.  Outside organizations and out-of-council BSA units may contact us about the possibility of renting our facilities & equipment.

  • Sundance Scout Reservation
  • Williams Scout Reservation
  • Will Rogers Scout Reservation

Want to know more?

Click on the Camps above for more information about each of our three facilities including: camp maps, weather forecasts for the coming week, customized step by step driving directions from your house, amenities & facilities at each of the camps, and how you can reserve a visit to any of our camps.

Camp Reservations:

Reservations for campsites and other use of Cimarron Council camp facilities must be made at least two weeks in advance through the council service center. Forms for reservations at any of the Cimarron Council camp properties are available from the Cimarron Council service center.

Contact the Service Center to reserve a campsite from the contact page.

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Camping Programs


The Cimarron Council provides annual camping programs for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers.

  • Cub Scout Camp
  • Boy Scout Camp

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Special Opportunities


These are the special opportunities for Scouts in the Cimarron Council for hiking and camping.

Ouachita Trek

Since 1979, The Ouachita Trek has provided Scouts in the Cimarron Council a 3 day Philmont like backpacking experience that takes place annually during Spring Break week.

The Ouachita National Recreation Trail stretches 223 miles through the scenic Ouachita Mountains of Central Arkansas and Southeaster Oklahoma. The "Ouachita Trail" runs from Talimena State Park in Oklahoma and ends at Pinnacle Mountain State Park, near Little Rock, Arkansas.

Dates and infomration on this years Ouachita Trek will be posted on the calendar

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National Jamboree


The National Scout jamboree is a gathering, or jamboree of thousands of members of the BSA, usually held every four years and organized by the the Boy Scouts of America. Scouts from all over the nation and world have the opportunity to attend the jamboree, held at the Bechtel Summit in West Virginia.

Visit the National Jamboree website.

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High Adventure


The Boy Scouts of America maintains four high adventure bases for Scouts.

Florida Sea Base

Make a splash! Head to the Florida Keys and dive into an amazing Florida Sea Base adventure and wade into more excitement than you ever though possible. Snorkeling, SCUBA, boating, and beach camping are among the many possibilities.

More information about Florida Sea Base can be found on their website: http://www.bsaseabase.org

Northern Tier

Don't miss the boat! One of the most beautiful, and remote parts of North America offers a unique opportunity for Scouts. Canoeing, hiking, fishing, and winter camping in and around the beautiful lakes of northern Minnesota and southern Canada await you at the Northern Tier.

More information about Northern Tier National High Adventure Base can be found on their website: http://www.ntier.org

Philmont Scout Ranch

Take a hike! The mountains of New Mexico offer the adventure that you have always dreamed about. Backpacking, rock climbing, western lore, living history, and the views from peaks over 10,000 feet tall will make memories that last a lifetime.

More information about Philmont Scout Ranch can be found on their website: http://philmontscoutranch.org

Summit Bechtel Reserve

It's a 10,600 acre adventure center for the millions of youth and adults involved in the Boy Scouts of America located in in southern West Virginia and bordering the New River Gorge National River Area. And anyone who loves the outdoors. And home to the National Scout Jamboree. Whitewater, climbing, mountain biking, target sports, zip lines, challenge courses, hiking, & more await.

More information about the Summit Bechtel Reserve can be found on their website: http://www.summitbechtelreserve.org

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World Scout Jamboree


The World Scout Jamboree is a Scouting jamboree of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, typically attended by several tens of thousands of Scouts from around the world. The first World Scout Jamboree was organized by The Boy Scout Association in London and has been organized approximately every four years by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM), in different locations over the world.

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