Bush Creek Summer Camp 2014

Quest for Gold

East Barriere Lake Scout Camp July 26 – August 3, 2014

“Bush Creek” is an annual Summer Camp organized and run by an experienced core team that will this year include Scouters Al ‘Gooeytack’ Green, Don ‘Big Mac’ MacPherson, Roxy ‘Pipe’ Morley, Frank ‘TumTum’ Watson, Raelene ‘Ticky’ Paille, Mark ‘Gadget’ Paetkau, Andrew ‘Kodiak’ Watson, Kevin ‘Sarup’ O’Neil, and more.

The camp is open to all registered Kamloops Area Scouts, Venturers and Rovers (including Cub Scouts entering the Scout program that will be 11 years old by December 31st 2014)

Come to Bush Creek Camp to search for gold, learn a little British Columbia history, eat, sleep, and play as the gold seekers did in the late 1800’s at Tranquille and Williams Creeks. Travel to the gold rush by Canoes and Kayak. Learn to pan for the yellow metal. Wake up to the scent of pines, chatter of squirrels, and a hearty breakfast. Dress like a Prospector to win the “fashion” show, play bush “Croquet”, join in the “Wild West Show”, and traverse the tricky “Fraser River Canyon” on the Cariboo trail!

The camp is tents only (supplied), includes a large covered dining and activity area, a covered outdoor kitchen, and well maintained outhouses. There is no electrical, telephone, or cell service.

Registration Deadline July 6th, 2014 – Download Information and Registration forms below.
Bush Creek 2014 Information
Bush Creek 2014 Forms

Cubboree & WhiteTail Camp

Theme: Medieval Times
Location: Ruckell Point Scout Camp on Shuswap Lake
Dates: May 23th – May 25th, 2014
Start Time: 6:00 PM May 23th, 2014
End Time: 12:00 Noon May 25th, 2014
Registration deadline: May 3rd, 2014
2014 Cubaree Welcome Letter to Cubs
2014 Cubaree Welcome Letter Leaders

2014 Scoutrees

Community Service × 4h
Date Saturday May 3rd, 2014
Time 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Location Coquihalla Hwy. Exit 355. Inks Lake Road

Come out and learn about tree planting, how it helps our environment, games and other activities.
Don’t forget to plant some trees! Trees and shovels provided.
Please dress for the weather. Remember Inks Lake Road is a little higher up therefore a bit cooler.
Bring gloves and a hat of some sort. Don’t forget your water bottle.
Bring a mug as hot chocolate will be available
If you do not feel like packing a lunch or snack hotdogs will be available for purchase.
This year’s location will be the same as last year.
Inks Lake Road (Exit 355) off the Coquihalla Hwy 5.

Map to Scoutrees Event

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