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Climb the Night Away

Rock Climbing Silhouettes Join us for a night of climbing and other fun activities!

Who: Venturers and older Scouts BSA Scouts.

When: January 15th - 8pm to Midnight

Where: Upper Limits, Maryland Heights

 Click HERE to Learn More and Register

Beaumont Flea Market

Do a little Spring cleaning and earn some spending cash for your Pack, Troop, or Crew!

The Beaumont Flea Market is a chance for Scout units to sell their duplicate or gently used camping equipment. Each reservation guarantees you two parking spots in the Cub World parking lot to sell your wares!


Cub World Parking Lot
Beaumont Scout Reservation
High Ridge, MO


Saturday, March 12th
8 AM - 1 PM

Reserve Your Spot

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Have Questions?

Contact Rhonda Schwartz at 314-256-3130 or Charlie Griffy at 636-938-5444.

Fall Fun Rally

Fall Fun Rally

Fall Fun Rally includes non-stop activities for Venturers, Sea Scouts, Explorers, and Older Scouts (High School). It is a unique event where the main focus is fun!

Event Details

FFR 2021 Fees

If paid by: Event Event and Meals
(4 meals)
8/13 $19 $43
9/9 $22 $47
9/16 $25 $51
9/23, noon* $25 $53
Walk-in *:
Weekend Price
$30 $60
Walk-in *:
Saturday Only
$25 $45
(2 meals)
*Registrations through 9/16 include a commemorative shirt. After that date all registrations include $10 off the regularly priced $15 shirt.

Meal plans include 4 meals: Saturday Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Breakfast. The Saturday only plan includes two meals: Lunch and Dinner.

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Pistol Competition


Sponsored by Michele Pyle and Mid America Arms 


Saturday, August 21, 2021 at 9 AM – 3 PM CST
Rhodes France Scout Reservation
815 N 500 East Road, Pana, IL 62557


Put your shooting skills to the test and join us for our Pistol Competition!! When not on the range competing there will also be sporting arrows, slack-line, Law enforcement displays, airsoft range and more!

Spaces for only 100 competitors!*  50 in Group A and 50 in Group B.
$20 to register by May 12 and$25 after (scholarships available). Fee covers all ammo, targets, pizza lunch, and event t-shirt.


Explorers, Venturers, and Sea Scouts
ONLY 100 Spots!


Register Here

Taste of Venturing

Join in the fun at Taste of Venturing!

Whether you camp with your unit for the weekend or come out just for the day, its going to be an action packed weekend of fun at Warren Levis!

The event is packed with activities including:

  • Shooting sports  - rifles, pistols and more
  • Climbing - crate stacking, bouldering wall
  • Lake Activities
  • STEM fun
  • Silk Screening

This event is open to all Venturers and Scouts BSA Scouts aged 14 or 13 and have in 8th grade (great recruiting opportunity) and older!

Event Details

***Check back! 2022 event date to be announced soon!***

VSOA Celebration Event

The Venturing & Sea Scouting Officers Association recently held its annual Recognition Event!

This event celebrates Ventures & Sea Scouts who have earned various awards over the past year as well as both youth and adult leaders who go above and beyond for the programs.

View the program booklet by clicking on the cover below to learn more about this year's recipients as well as the Venturing & Sea Scouting Officers Association!

Scouting For Food

Scouting for Food

America's largest one-day food drive is back in 2021!

Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Scouts were able to make a big impact in 2020. Over $50,000 dollars was raised which equals approximately 200,000 meals provided to local families in need. We were also able to collect and donate over 145,000 food items to local pantries.

Click Here to check out the 2021 drive details!

Thank you to our 2021 Sponsors:

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Winter Wonderland Nights

What is it?

Join us at the Beaumont Scout Reservation as we deck the halls! Outdoor light displays, holiday movies, and delicious treats are just a few of the holiday-themed activities we have in store for your Scouts and family!

Event Details

We've decked the halls at Beaumont Scout Reservation Nagel Base!

Due to low attendance Thursday Night has been cancelled.

This all outdoor event will be sure to kick off the holiday season! Walk amid decorated Adirondack cabins and vote on your favorite decorated display!!! There will be a screening of a classic holiday movie and firepits throughout. Bring your camp chairs and cozy blankets! Enjoy a smores kit and hot chocolate.

You can arrive any time within the time frame of 5-830 pm - the event will end at 9 PM.

Holiday Festivities

  • Hot Chocolate
  • S'mores
  • Holiday Movie Screening: Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer & How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Reminder: the event is outdoors. Please dress for the weather.

Register Here

Memorial Day Good Turns

Memorial Day Good Turn

Scouts of all ages are invited to participate in the Memorial Day Good Turn. For more than six decades, approximately 5,000 Scouts have gathered at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery prior to Memorial Day to decorate each of the 150,000 graves with an American Flag. This tradition is one of the longest running Memorial Day events within the Boy Scouts of America.

The Jewish Committee on Scouting is also proud to hold a Memorial Day Good Turn Event at eight local Jewish cemeteries. For more information on this good turn please CLICK HERE.


Thank you to everyone who came out and made this a huge success in 2021! Check back after the first of the year for 2022 event details!


14297233793_be78dde91c_zFor more than six decades, approximately 5,000 Scouts have gathered at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery prior to Memorial Day to decorate each of the 150,000 graves with an American Flag. The tradition is one of the longest running Memorial Day events within the Boy Scouts of America.

The public is welcome to attend the event. Scouts from across the council assemble at the National Guard base and march into the cemetery where they proceed to the main flagpole near the center of the cemetery for an assembly and ceremony. A surprise guest speaker addresses the crowd.

14275344562_de57d5e490_zScouts honor those who served our country by raising the American Flag and then lowering it to half-mast as Scout buglers play “Taps.” Scouts who earned the rank of Eagle Scout- the highest rank in Scouting- during the past year serve as the color guard. Scouts and leaders then decorate each grave in the cemetery with a small American Flag.

It takes just two hours for Scouts to place more than 150,000 flags, which are provided by the cemetery.

In 1866, Jefferson Barracks was established as a national cemetery and today is one of the oldest interment sites of the National Cemetery Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs.