South Florida Council's Scoutmasters Camporee

The 62nd annual Scoutmasters Camporee will be held on February 18-20, 2022

Theme for 2022: Sustainability and Inclusion

Chief: Al Garver

This is the website for the Scoutmasters Camporee Committee of the South Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America.

2022 Scoutmasters Camporee Chief Al Garver explaining theme.

Where do you find the 17 parts mentioned in the video? At Scouts for Sustainable Goals.

See the Camporee Announcements page for the latest details and new events. Join our email list to get important notices about the Camporee

*** Important Update - 2021 Camporee postponed to 2022 due to COVID-19 ***

Dear Unit Leader,

We have made the very hard decision to cancel the Scoutmasters Camporee at Markham Park for 2021 due to the continuing impact of Covid-19.

This decision has been made after much thoughtful discussion of all involved- including the SM Camporee Committee, South Florida Council Management Staff and Broward County Parks.

Large group gatherings still cannot occur and we cannot feasibly hold this type of event under the current and anticipated continuing restrictions.

We look forward to holding the 2022 Scoutmasters Camporee safely for all of our Scouts in February 18-20, 2022, at Markham Park.

We have moved your current registration to the 2022 Event, and if you are ok with that, you do not need to take any action at this time.

If your unit would prefer a refund, you must contact Cliff Freiwald no later than December 15, 2020 and a full refund will be issued. After December 15, 2020 all site reservation fees on your account will return to the normal status of non-refundable for the 2022 Camporee.

All registration options for the 2022 event are closed until March 1, 2021 at which time units will be able to modify or add to their reservation for the 2022 event.

We will not be holding any sites that are not already paid for a unit to claim later since the reservation period for 2021 has passed and some units have already claimed new sites for the next event.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jeanine Kinsey – Registration Support, Paul Spalding – 2nd Vice Chief, or Cliff Freiwald – Staff Advisor.  https://smcc.us/contacts

As always - we wish everyone continued good health and look forward to when we can all gather again in friendship.

Thank you,

Jeanine Kinsey – SMCC Registration Team and SMCC Past Chief 2019


The 2022 Scoutmasters Camporee is asking all units that reserve a campsite to consider selecting one of the 17 SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) and find an Association (i.e. Elks Clubs), NGO (Non-Governmental Organization such as Red Cross), or Company (i.e. Amazon) that are helping meet SDG goals.

Campsite registration as of 10/18/2020: 2021_SMCC_Campsite_Registration_20201018.pdf. 2021 SMC reserved site map as of 10/18/2020. Campsite layout map: 2021_SMC_11x17_map_20201018.pdf.

To fulfill the "Inclusion" part of the 2022 theme, we are asking you to add information to your gateway about a SDG partner and / or display a service project that you did with them.

Once you have an idea of which SDG partner you're looking at (maybe two or three choices) please use the contact form to email your list to the Camporee Chief so that we can make sure there are no duplicates. We will confirm approval of your selection and add it to the registration spreadsheet posted on this site so that others know you have claimed that group.

Once you receive confirmation, please send more information: Name Organization, Address, Contacts, email, Phone # etc. We would like to develop a resource list for units that would like to do a service project with these groups in the future.

You may promote Local, Regional, National, or International groups.  For example, if there is a Broward and a Miami-Dade chapter of an organization, those would count as 2 different organizations.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Yours in Scouting,
Alberto Garver
2022 SMCC Chief


Camporee booklets back to 2005 are available on the History page. The Camporee theme is linked to the booklet.


Scoutmasters Camporee forms

These forms are form field enabled meaning they can be filled out on a computer and then print the completed form. The cursor will change to an I bar when placed over a field. Click in any field to move the cursor there. Pressing "tab" will advance one field; "shift" + "tab" to go back one field.
Roster of unit participants - PDF - form field enabled
Parking ID

Maps

Aerial photo from the 2012 camporee:

2012 camporee aerial view