Eagle District

September 11 thru 13, 2015

Camp John Nichols


Webelos Woods

The Eagle District Webelos Woods is a camping experience designed to introduce Webelos and their parents to the exciting scouting adventures waiting for them in the Boy Scout program. The weekend is filled with fun activities, intriguing demonstrations, valuable scouting skills, plenty of outdoor excitement and a wonderful campfire.


Webelos Woods provides the Webelos and their parents the opportunity to:

  • Learn some basic scouting skills and enjoy the outdoors playing fun games and participating in a jamboree style (multi-unit) campfire.
  • Visit with almost all the Boy Scout troops in the Eagle District area. All troops will be together in one convenient location providing information and sharing fun activities so everyone can get familiar with their programs.
  • Fulfill one of the requirements for the Outdoorsman activity badge or the Arrow of Light by participating in this Boy Scout-oriented outdoor activity.
  • Observe and participate alongside older scouts displaying their scouting skills and working towards their independence.
  • Enjoy great activities and have lots of Fun!

This is a unique opportunity for Webelos and their parents to see what Scouting is all about. While camping alongside the Boy Scouts, Webelos will admiringly see how these older boys positively demonstrate their autonomy by:

  • Setting up their own campsites and working together as patrols
  • Cooking their own patrol meals
  • Cleaning up their area after meals, which means “Wash the dishes”
  • Organizing and run their own games and scouting activities.
  • Planning their own skits, songs and run-ons for the evening campfire
  • Preparing their own Scout Service on Sunday and helping everyone break-down camp following the patrol method.

The Webelos will be embedded with some of these Boy Scout patrols for some of their meals and will get an opportunity to cook their own dinner or breakfast closely supervised by an older Scout. This experience alone makes the weekend worth it as it triggers in the young Webelos a deep feeling of accomplishment and self-reliance.

Webelos Parents will have an opportunity to learn more about the differences between the Cub Scouts and the Boy Scouts programs. Boy Scouts don’t rely on their parents to do things for them. Sure, their leaders & parents help with guidance & instruction when needed, but they don’t do everything for the scouts like most parents did in Cub Scouts.

You’ll find out how Boy Scout troops strive to be “Boy Led”, which means the boys control the meetings, the activities, the planning etc., meeting with their adult leaders to seek logistical support and oversight as needed.


Eagle District Webelos Woods 2015 ONLINE REGISTRATION


If you have any questions please feel free to contact the event organizing committee through Bryon Brandon, 405-650-7251; by EMAIL or through the online CONTACT US form.


Webelos I and II as well as their parents are invited to participate. They are encouraged to register as Den units but can register as individuals if Den participation is not possible. All Boy Scout troops in Eagle District will register exclusively as troop units and not as individuals.

Webelos Woods Dates

  • Early bird registration:
    runs through Friday, September 4, 2015, at a cost of $5.00 per person (adult or youth)
  • Late registration:
    from Saturday, September 5, 2015 through Thursday, September 10, 2015, at a cost of $10.00 per person
  • Register online through Tentaroo
    2015 Webelos Woods ONLINE REGISTRATION
  • Boy Scout troop arrival and check-in:
    Friday, September 11, at 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Webelos arrival and check-in:
    Saturday, September 12, at 8:00 AM
  • Webelos checkout:
    Sunday, September 13, at 9:30 AM
  • Boy Scout troop checkout:
    Sunday, September 13, at 11:30 AM

Important Registration Information

Registration for Webelos Woods is $5.00 per person (adult or youth) for those units (Dens or Troops) registered by Friday, September 4, 2015. For those individuals or units who register on or after Saturday, September 5, 2015, the registration cost will be $10.00 per person (adult or youth).

For more information, please download the information for PACKS file or the information for TROOPS file from this page.


If you have any questions please feel free to contact the event organizing committee through Bryon Brandon, 405-650-7251; by EMAIL or through the online CONTACT US form.



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Maintained since 1932, John Nichols Scout Ranch (JNSR) is the oldest continuous camp property within Last Frontier Council. John Nichols Scout Ranch is located on the southwest edge of Oklahoma City at the intersection of SW 119th and County Line Road.

Scouts, Venturers, Commissioners, Scouters and a host of other volunteers and parents keep Last Frontier Council's John Nichols Scout Ranch occupied year round with overnight campouts, weekend campouts and a vast array of Last Frontier Council district and council training opportunities.

John Nichols Scout Ranch is available for district sponsored day camps in the summer and two sessions of JNSR Family Overnight Camping each spring and a wide assortment of other exciting opportunities. Troops, Crews, Ships and Adult Scouters are invited to participate as volunteer staff for JNSR Overnights each year.

John Nichols Scout Ranch is home to one of two Last Frontier Council COPE courses, featuring a variety of both low and high elements. John Nichols Scout Ranch also has a forty foot climbing and rappelling tower.

Eagle Lodge at John Nichols Scout Ranch is a year round training and conference facility for Scouters in Last Frontier Council.

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