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The Northern New Jersey Council will close at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 due to inclement weather.

Our office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and on Friday, November 28, 2014.

 

 

  

 

 

 

NNJC HIGH ADVENTURE

FLOODWOODwww.nnjbsa-floodwood.org

High Adventure close to home. Enjoy canoeing, hiking, waterskiing, rock climbing and more in the Adirondacks of New York. Floodwood is highly suggested as a preparatory trek or alternative for the three high-adventure bases listed below. Floodwood is within driving distance and much less expensive, so strongly consider this as a necessary step in prepping for any visit to one of the three National High Adventure Bases. This is a Northern New Jersey Council camp.


NNJC PHILMONT Treks10 day hiking treks in the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico offer a wide array of activities that teach Scouting skills : archaeology, backpacking, camping, climbing, fishing, forestry, horsemanship, Indian lore and much more. Reservations go fast. Orientation meetings and leader training programs ensure that Scouts of all experience levels can participate in the Council's provisional crews.
  For more information about Philmont Scout Rerservation go to: www.philmontscoutranch.org

NORTHERN TIERwww.ntier.org

Located in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness  of Minnesota, Ontario's Quetico Provincial Park and Manitoba's Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park. Offers summer and winter trek / program options

 


FLORDIA SEA BASEwww.bsaseabase.org

Located in the Flordia Keys, Sea Base offers programs - typically week-long - in sailing, living on a “deserted island,” fishing, SCUBA and more.

 


 

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COPE Course at Camp Lewis
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