As the Scout Oath says, “I will do my best … to be physically strong and mentally awake….” Being in the outdoors, and fresh air, helps those endeavors, as well as so much more.
Research is now proving what the BSA has known for decades – that outdoor activities like camping and hiking have a profound positive impact on body, mind and spirit. As we emerge from COVID-19 restrictions, getting our youth outdoors is more important now than ever before.
As the 2020-2021 school year comes to a close, now is the time to get outdoors. Reacquaint your family with nature and fresh air. Your Scout needs that time to refuel their body, mind and spirit.
And, there is still room at all of our summer camping options. What better way to get your child reenergized than being out at Scout camp with their friends? We have a variety of options available to meet your family’s needs:
We owe it to our youth to get them outside and continuing their Scouting adventures.