Tahosa High Adventure Base is adventure in your own back yard. Located at 9,000 feet near Ward, CO, Camp Tahosa has provides year round opportunities to the Denver Area Council since 1938. Each summer your troop or crew can build your own summer camp experience at EaglePoint, explorer the Indian Peaks Wilderness in one of the only mountaineering program available in Scouting with Alpine Adventure, take your Scouts on a introductory backpacking program with Tahosa Trek, let your youth leadership learn and grow in Big Horn NYLT or enjoy one of the new Colorado Adventure Weeks. Looking for a weekend adventure? Your Scouts can master the ropes in Project COPE, learn to tie a fly and try their luck on the lake with Hooked on Tahosa, or brave the Colorado winter and experience the ultimate winter camp at OKPIK. Still want more? Contact the Outdoor Adventure Department to reserve a weekend campsite, lakeside cabin or lodge for you Pack, Troop or Crew to plan an adventure.
Florida Sea Base
The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base is owned and operated by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America to offer unique educational aquatic programs to our members. Located in Islamorada and on Summerland Key in the beautiful Florida Keys, as well as Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco Island, Bahamas, the heart of the Florida Keys, the near shore reefs and crystal clear waters offer unparalleled opportunities for long term and short term programs year round. Our Conference facilities are utilized for youth and adult Scouting Conferences and non-Scouting groups when available... write or call for specific program information and costs.
Come to Northern Tierfor a whole new level of adventure, up north! From incredible canoe journeys to wild winter wilderness camping, Northern Tier promises the Scouting adventure of a lifetime in the Great North Woods of northern Minnesota and Canada.
Philmont Scout Ranch
Philmont Scout Ranch, the Boy Scouts of America's premier High Adventure™ base, challenges Scouts and Venturers with more than 214 square miles of rugged northern New Mexico wilderness. Backpacking treks, horseback cavalcades, and training and service programs offer young people many ways to experience this legendary country.