Chief Logan Reservation gives Scouts the ultimate camping experience in a nationally accredited camp. One of Simon Kenton Council’s most rustic camps, Chief Logan Scout Reservation is located outside of Chillicothe, in Ray Ohio. Chief Logan Scout Reservation includes plenty of tent camp sites, a climbing tower, archery, rifle ranges and beautiful hiking trails.
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|2017 CAMP DATES|
|Session One||June 18th – June 24th|
|Session Two||June 25th – July 1st|
|Session Three||July 2nd – July 8th|
|Session Four||July 9th – July 15th|
|Session Five||July 16th – July 22nd|
|Session Six||July 23rd – July 29th|
|2017 CAMP FEES|
|Early Bird if paid in full by April 1, 2017||Youth- $270
Provisional Youth – $300
Adult – $150
|Full Fee if paid in full June 1, 2017||Youth – $290
Provisional Youth – $300
Adult – $150
|Late Fee-registered after June 1, 2017||Youth- $310
Provisional Youth – $320
All registrations must be updated with accurate counts by June 2nd. Any registrations with blank attendee names will be removed from the registrations for more accurate camp counts. Thank you!Registration Camp Map 2017 Leaders Guide Merit Badge Prerequisites
Open and Flexible Program
While at camp, not all campers are required to participate in the same activities as others. Each camper can spend his time accomplishing tasks that will help them advance in rank including:
Campers can work on merit badges and requirements of any program area at almost any time on any day of the week.
Merit Badges and requirements are taught one-on-one or in small groups that allow for customized instruction and appropriate pacing for each Scouts’ ability.
Camper-centered philosophy that allows us to match the program to each camper’s level of experience.
Programs that operate on a limited open schedule due to safety or instructor availability: Waterfront MB, Welding MB, Metalworking MB, Archery MB, Climbing MB.
Foothills of the Frontier First-Year Scouting Program
This program helps Scouters to complete all camp-related requirement for the Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class ranks. First-year Scout are introduced into the open program and camp traditions along with exposing them to all program areas and events. The Foothills program emphasizes teamwork and leadership through the patrol method and prepares first-year scouts to enter the Frontiersman program the following summer. More highlights of the Foothills program include:
Honor Patrol: A team challenge for patrols of ALL campers, adults and staff that creates a great leadership opportunity for older campers and adult leaders to set the example for younger campers. It promotes teamwork, unity, service , and leadership.
Hiking: A five mile hike guided by dedicated foothills staff who help coordinate and guide patrols through he trails.
Order of the Fork Cooking
Foot Hills Medallion
This program is a camp spirit program that provides a challenge to older campers and adults. This fantastic program enhances basic camping and wilderness survival skills, leadership, camaraderie, and self-confidence. This program is great for older campers (and adults) who are looking for a challenge!
There are four awards that can be earned, the Pioneer, Trapper, Mountain Man and Simon Gerty Award (for trappers and mountain men only). A camper must be at least 12 years old and first class to participate. Adult leasers regularly participate too! Events Include:
Service Project: Takes place on Wednesday afternoon
Pioneering Project: Takes place on Wednesday afternoon
Black Power Rifle: Scouts must know and practice Rifle Range safety rules.
Brownsea Island, known around camp as BSI, is the ultimate in Scoutcraft. Nearly all of the essential Scouting outdoor skills can be learned there, including lashing and knot tying, wood tools safety and skills, camping, and cooking.
Merit Badges offered: Camping, Cooking, Fishing, Pioneering
Special Programs: Knot Club, Demonstrations, Order of the Fork, Five-Mile Hike, Toten’ Chip, Fire’m Chit, Paul Bunyan Axeman, Lash Master and Splicemeister.
Scuba BSA introduces qualified Boy Scout, Venturing, and registered adult participants to the special skills, equipment, and safety precautions associated with scuba diving; encourages aquatics activities that promote fitness and recreation; and provides a foundation for those who later will participate in more advanced underwater activity.
The Scuba BSA experience contains two parts— Knowledge Development and Water Skills Development. During the first part, participants learn basic dive safety information and overview skills to be used during their water experience. The Water Skills Development session introduces essential dive skills, such as mask clearing, regulator clearing, and alternate air source use. The Scuba BSA program is conducted in clear, confined water by an instructor certified by diving organizations recognized by the BSA. Completion of Scuba BSA requirements sets the stage for additional training but does not qualify the participant to dive independently, either in confined water or open-water environments. Scuba BSA is not a diver certification.