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Camps & Activities
Camping and Activities Available Through The Grand Canyon Council
Utilize our camps for their next retreat or camping adventure. Several types of indoor facilities are available as well as rustic campsites.
Submit an application to be considered for financial assistance. A unit leader endorsement will be required as a part of the application process..
The Heard Scout Pueblo - Day Camps, Shooting Sports and Special Events
The Heard Scout Pueblo is located near 20th Street and Baseline Road in Phoenix, Arizona. The Heard Scout Pueblo hosts the Grand Canyon Council Cub Scout Day Camp (Youth K-5), Shooting Sports, and offers camping opportunities for Cub Scout Packs and Scouts, BSA Troops.
The R-C Scout Ranch - Cub Scout Resident Camp
R-C Scout Ranch rests prominently at the base of Christopher Mountain in Payson, Arizona. R-C Scout Ranch hosts Cub Scout Family Camp, and Fish Camp participants.
Camp Geronimo - Scouts BSA Resident Camp
Camp Geronimo is located north of Payson in the shadows of the magnificent Mogollon Rim. Camp Geronimo is a year-around facility hosting the Scouts BSA Summer Camp Programs held June through August: Brownsea Island (first-year campers youth 10-11), Base Camp – Merit Badge Program, Drone Flight School, Fish Camp, Spade Ranch High Adventure, National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT), and Counselors In Training. In addition to the Scouts BSA Summer Camp Program, Camp Geronimo hosts a number of events ranging from unit camping opportunities to training courses and district events.
Camp Raymond - Family Residential Camp
Camp Raymond is located between the Kaibab and Coconino National Forests – only 30 miles from downtown Flagstaff, Arizona. Camp Raymond is nestled on the most northern tip of the northland’s Sycamore Canyon offering some prime hiking opportunities that you can’t find at other camps. We offer trail hikes from 2 to 12 miles. Your troop will have a great time on an overnight experience. Camp Raymond also hosts Camp Kaibab, a day camp open to all Cub Scouts and their families.
Council Program Committees
Program committees coordinate, plan, and execute opportunities for Scouts and Scouters throughout the year. These special events, camps, and programs cannot happen without the support of community volunteers willing to share their experiences and passions by coordinating events and learning opportunities for Scouts — from Shooting Sports Events and Pinewood Derby to Merit Badge Workshops and Community Service:
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