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Camping Chairman: Gil Kauffmann

Provisional Summer Camp

July 20-26, 2014 | S-F Ranch

2014 GT Provisional Summer Camp.pdf

Camping Basics with the Gravois Trail District.pdfCamping Basics with the Gravois Trail District

The Camping Basics with the Gravois Trail District gives parents and Scouts who are new to camping a brief summary of items to make the camping experience more enjoyable. Please print this selection and use it at your convenience.

Reminder:  A completed health form must be presented at registration. EVERYONE must have one. Parents attending camp also must have the health form (No. 680-001). If staying more than 72 hours, the doctor’s statement (section C) is required. To swim, hike, climb, etc., section C is required.

Medical Forms A, B and C

2014 Adventure Camps
*Open to all Gravois Trail District Scouts entering grades 1-5. The Webelos Twilight Camp is only available for Scouts entering grades 4-5.

Register for camps online HERE

Webelos Twilight Camp | June 9-13, 2014 | 5-8:30 p.m. | Cost: $60 | Director: Alexia Arensmeier
The Webelos Twilight Camp offers several activities not found in other Gravois Trail day camps. Participants have opportunities to learn campfire cooking and wood crafting and play team-building games. Of course, the always popular shooting sports is also available. Since this camp is scheduled over Flag Day, Scouts will participate in a special flag retiring ceremony.

Bee Tree Fishing Camp
| June 24-26, 2014
| 4:30-8:30 p.m. | Cost:$60 | Director: Gil Kauffmann 314-910-3994
Scouts bring their own fishing pole and we’ll supply the bait. Participants learn the basics about fishing and take part in fun games such as the casting contest. Other activities throughout the week include BB guns, archery and sling shot stations. Expect special presentations such as touring a fishing boat or learning about robotics as part of the BSA’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) program.

Simpson Park Shooting Sports | July 8-10, 2014 | 5-8:30 p.m. | Cost: $60 | Director: Alexia Arensmeier
As the name suggests, this camp is dedicated to learning the skills and safety techniques when it comes to BB guns, bows and arrows, and sling shots. Participants also get the opportunity to launch the district’s new and improved catapults. A representative of the BSA’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) program will visit campers for a special presentation.


Interesting Read: Webelos Crossover- Every Scoutmaster Should Read This