The American Hiking Society has a special offer for participants of 2016 high-adventure programs at Philmont, Sea Base, Northern Tier or the Summit.
A group of Scouts from Texas helped release a sea turtle back into the wild — the same turtle a group of Scouts from Florida had rescued months earlier.
Philmont, Northern Tier and the Summit Bechtel Reserve each have openings for summer 2016. At Florida Sea Base, the lottery for 2017 spaces is now open.
"It's a story of five boys adventuring together." Friends from Troop 820 of Chapel Hill, N.C., have seen Scouting take them to every high-adventure base.
Sea Base, the BSA's sailing oasis in the Florida Keys, the Bahamas and the U.S. Virgin Islands, offers something for anyone who loves the water.
For attending all four bases, Owen Buzan of the National Capital Area Council became the first recipient of the Grand Slam of High Adventure Award.
Scouts and adults who visit three or four BSA national high-adventure bases can earn the Grand Slam or Triple Crown of National High Adventure awards.
If you're looking to attend Northern Tier, Philmont, Sea Base or the Summit Bechtel Reserve in 2015 or 2016, I've got the details you need.
Take a peek at the Florida Sea Base as it appears in the Scouting magazine archives, starting when the base first opened in the early 70s.
The Florida Sea Base is currently accepting reservations for 2015 adventures. The lottery for 2016 trips is open Jan. 15 to Feb. 16, 2015.