You’ve already seen Venturing Crews 32 and 44 from North Carolina help restore some of the natural habitat near the Gauley River National Recreation Area.
Right now, you are having the time of your life as a Scout, and you are making memories that are going to last a lifetime. But what happens when you age out?
Once the Summit Bechtel Reserve is up and running during the jamboree, it will be the second-largest city in West Virginia. Yep, that’s pretty big. There were 43,434 Scouts and approximately 50,000 visitors at Fort A.P. Hill last year, so
In 2013, your new jamboree home and the BSA’s 4th High Adventure Base, the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve, will open for business.