High Trail District Activities and Camping

2019 Activities

Oct 11 - 12 Cub Family Campout (High Trail Staffing)

We are in need of volunteers to help staff activities at our annual Cub Family Campout to be held on Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12, 2019 at Camp Naish in Bonner Springs, KS.  This event will be the first time many of our new Cub families will be camping with us at Naish and we have an exciting program planned for them to make sure they enjoy this experience.  

To sign-up to help with this Cub Family Campout, please CLICK HERE.

You are welcome to camp with us on Friday evening, but you can also meet us at Camp Naish early on Saturday morning to work your program area.

Oct 19 - 20 High Trail District Camporee 

This year's theme is medieval. So plan to get some noodle horses, and cardboard armor to show off your Knighly skills. 

This year we will be at Landhal Park (Argo Road) and will feature numerous great activities. 

Registration will be $11/person, until October 1st, then increase to $15/person for Scouts BSA Units. Webelos are invited to come attend on the 19th for a day activity and see what being a good and Knightly Scout means. Webelos will be $8.00 person for the day. 

Registration is now OPEN

Leaders guide now available!

Event Director: Bret Boeger

2020 Activities

Feb 1st                   Merit Badge Academy

The annual Merit Badge Academy will be held Saturday, February 1st from 9am-4pm at
Summit Lakes Middle School (3500 Windemere Dr., Lee’s Summit, MO  64082).

More information to come, so stay tuned!

January                 High Trail District Dinner

 

Nominations for 2020 Awardees are now OPEN! Please use the forms below and Email Daniel Hemphill

Jan 17-19            Klondike Derby @ Longview Lake

Your Troop Venture Crew, Webelos will not want to miss more new programs and new prizes for all sleds participating. Test your Scouting Skills against the best in the High Trail and Spirit Trail Districts plus some Venture Crews are entering the challenge as well. 

Here is the last year's Leaders Guide for your review..

Camping is available Friday Night and Saturday Night at a cost of $1.00 per person per night. Camping will only be for Scouts BSA Troops, and Venture Crews. Webelos are not able to camp at this event according to the Guide to Safe Scouting as this is treated as a Camporee.

June 22-25 (Tentative)         Cub Scout Day Camp

Day Camp is open to all Cub Scouts, including Kindergarten graduates, and will offer an unforgettable outdoor experience with activities ranging from shooting sports to science. Scouts shoot BB guns and bows and arrows; work on badges and adventure loops; cookout; sing songs; learn about nature; make crafts, and play games.

If you have not made plans to attend, you should! Going to camp is a wonderful part of the Cub Scouting experience, and it helps your pack earn Scouting's Journey to Excellence and Summertime Pack Awards. The Pack must provide leadership and adult supervision for their Cub Scouts who attend Day Camp, plus provide for transportation to and from the camps. It is recommended that packs have at least one registered adult leader attend camp for every five to six Cub Scouts. The minimum number allowed at any time is two, of which one of them must have completed Youth Protection Training. Everyone must complete parts A and B of the Annual Health and Medical Record.

Camp takes place rain or shine, is easy to sign up for, provides a lifetime of treasured memories and is very inexpensive.

Day Camp Resources
Health Forms
Campership Form
Special Needs Request Form
Early Release Form
Day Attendance Form

For more information or to volunteer, contact:

Camp Director: Pasha Lambert
Program Director: Charlie Scott 
Staff Adviser: Daniel Hemphill

Heart of America Council Activities Link

https://www.hoac-bsa.org/activities

 

Discover High Adventure

High Trail will be hosted a workshop for Scout Leaders introducing them to High Adventure all across our nation. This workshop was for Scout Leaders teaching them how to plan, prepare, and implement a High Adventure Program within your Troop or Venture Crew using BSA and Council Resources. 

For more information and assistance, please contact Dan Hughes, High Adventure Chair for the District at 816-560-9582 email to dlh5400@aol.com

Community Service

Link to council page: https://www.hoac-bsa.org/community-service

Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venture Scouts are encouraged to participate in local and council community projects and record the hours donated using the Journey to Excellence (JTE) website. It is recommended you first visit the above council Community Service page to familiarize yourself with the process before logging in for the first time. Recording service hours is quick and easy including setting up the account for the first time. You will need your Unit ID to create the account. This Unit ID can be obtained from your District Activity Chair or District Executive.

Contact Activities and Service Chair for additional assistance, I will be happy to meet with your unit to assist you getting started.

High Trail Activities and Service Chair
Bob Borgelt
bborgelt76@gmail.com
816.304.0047