Join us for the Council Camporee 100 years in the making!

MAY 13 – 15, 2022
at the Leonard & Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation

$20 per person for CFC-members if registered by April 15.
(Non-CFC Scouts and adults pay $35.)

We are very excited about the lineup and partnerships for the Central Florida Council Centennial Camporee. Thousands of Scouts and their families will come together at Williams Scout Reservation in Paisley, Florida May 13th-15th, 2022. This is a celebration you don’t want to miss! Your Scouts will see that they are part of a larger Scouting family as we celebrate what it truly means to be a Scout!

PROGRAM PREVIEW…What’s new for 2022?!

Scouting started with a humble handbook and grew into a world-wide movement! In that spirit, Scouts attending the Centennial will be given an event “Scout Handbook” for their age/program that is specially designed for the Council Centennial Camporee. As you attend activities on Saturday, you’ll earn a Signature Stamp from one of Scouting’s famous founders. As you complete each Area (called “Chapters” in your Handbook) a Badge Token will be given to you in recognition of your hard work. Each Scout who collects a Token from each Area will be entitled to a limited-edition Challenge Coin for the Centennial Camporee.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT PROGRAMS: Friday night will feature movies around camp. Saturday night will end with a stage show with Talent Finalists, featured at BOTH Rybolt and the Camp La-No-Che Council Ring, along with a camp-wide flag retirement of 100 flags. The show will finish with a GIANT fireworks display!

Council Centennial Camporee has TALENT: Come and showcase your talent at the designated times and the Top 3 acts from each Scouting Group (Cubs and Scouts BSA) will be showcased at Saturday Night’s Closing Show.

World’s Longest Scout Cracker Barrel: We are going to attempt to set a Guinness World Record and we want YOUR help! Bring meats, cheeses, and crackers to share and help us build a “charcuterie” board (aka: cracker barrel) that is over 150 feet long and be a part of history!

Flag Retirement (x100): Duty of Country is foundational to the Scouting movement. In honor of this important responsibility and to mark 100 years in Central Florida, we will be retiring 100 American Flags during a respectful ceremony during Saturday night’s show. Campers are encouraged to bring a flag or two in need of retirement (old, damaged) to share in this special moment.

More details and registration guidance available in the Participant Guide (button above).