Orange-Mawat District Camp Campbell Spring Camporee Expedition Specs May 3-5


This year Mawat District and Orange District are combining to have a huge spring camporee filled with activities including a monkey bridge, canoe course, make your own ice cream, utensil-less cooking, and a flapjack relay.  Later in the day there will be a cook-off where Troop 505 scouts can put the skills they learned in the “Iron Chef” competition to good use.  The camporee will be held at Camp Campbell.   The camporee will provide scouts will ample opportunities to display “scout spirit” through patrol based competitions.  The 2013 Mawat-Orange District Camporee is shaping up to be a “scouting at its best” event.


Travel: tba

Lodging: $10 and includes Camporee fees and patch

Food:  $20


Scouts can bring money if they are interested in purchasing anything from the OA Outpost (snacks, etc)


The camporee has primitive camping so scouts need to prepare for anything.  The camping essentials listed on the Troop 505 webpage are a good start.  The troop will need to bring certain materials for competition at the camporee so scouts will need to decide which scout is responsible for bringing particular items.  Compasses, rope, cookware (for cook-off) are just a few things that Troop 505 will need for the camporee.


Friday Evening Camporee Activities – May 3rd

5:00 PM Depart from American Legion for Camp Campbell, eat dinner on way to camp

7:00 PM Unit Check-In, Campsite Assignment, and Campsite Set Up

11:30 PM Taps

Saturday Camporee Activities – May 4th

6:30 AM Reveille

6:30 – 8 AM Breakfast, Cleanup and Campsite Preparation

8:00 AM Saturday Morning Flag Raising and Assembly

8:30 AM – 12PM Saturday Daytime Camporee Activities – Morning Sessions

12:00 – 1:00 PM Lunch (Scouts will bring a rolling lunch with them)

1:00 – 4:30 PM Saturday Daytime Camporee Activities – Afternoon Sessions

6:00 – 7:00 PM District Feast (Activity Field)

4:30 – 5:45 PM Dinner Preparation

5:45 – 7:00 PM Dinner, Cleanup

6:00 PM Cook-off judging (District Feast)

7:25 PM Flag Retreat Assembly (Activity field) Field uniform required

7:30 PM Flag Retreat at Flagpole – all troops bring troop flag and take from Flag

Retreat to Campfire (next)

8:00 – 9:30 PM Camporee Campfire at The waterfront, followed by

Order of the Arrow Call out



11:30 PM Taps

Sunday Morning – May 5th

7:00AM- Reveille, begin to break down camp

8:30 AM Interfaith Worship Service at the Activity field (Chaplains aides report at 8)

8:45 – 10 AM Cleanup Campsites, Depart Camporee for Chapel Hill, eat breakfast on way back

~11:15AM arrive at American Legion , Chapel Hill.

Driving Information

Camp Campbell Craft Pavillion

(approximately 67 miles and 1 hour and 20 minutes drive each way)