Want to learn more about the National Jamboree?
Join us for one of our informational Webinars. Lasting about 20 minutes, put it on during a Troop meeting and your Scouts can ask questions. Give the information to parents and Scouts and let them log-on to learn more about a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
All dates at 7:25pm.
The National Scout Jamboree- July 19-28, 2017
It's NOT too early to plan for Jambo 2017!
What is a jamboree? Well, if you like shooting, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, biking, skateboarding, and archery—this is for you. The jamboree is held in the mountains of southern West Virginia at a place called the Summit Bechtel Reserve. It’s so cool. It has more than 3 miles of amazing zip lines, canopy tours, world-class rock climbing, and more.
There are massive high-energy stage shows, exhibits, live bands, great food, and a lot more. The U.S. military brings the coolest vehicles, including helicopters. Plus, you are there with your friends trading patches, meeting Scouts from all over the nation, and having a great time.
Every four years the Blue Ridge Mountains Council takes a contingent of Scouts [and Venturers]. Some troops go all together, and the council also places Scouts into jamboree troops that all travel together.
NOW is the time to plan on going, so you can make payments over time until you depart.
You don’t want to miss the national jamboree. It is literally a once-in-a-lifetime event for most Scouts.
The 2017 National Scout Jamboree takes place July 19-28, 2017 at the Summit Bechtel Scout Reservation in the New River Gorge area of West Virginia. The Blue Ridge Mountains Council will take two Troops of 36 Scouts each. Are you in?
Registration is NOW OPEN
Hint for registering:
You will be creating an account on the jamboree site and you will need your registration # - this 7 digit number can be found on the middle bottom of your membership card.
After you finish with the National site, download the Council Registration form Click HERE for the Council Registration form (You still need to register with the red button) and drop it off at the Council Service Center in Roanoke.
Want to find out more?