Spring 2022 Camporee

Spring 2022 Camporee


NOTE: All activities are “free for all” except for game 5. The top three scouts of each activity will receive points. 3rd Place: 1 point, 2nd Place: 2 points, 1st Place 3 points. Whoever has the most points at the end of the event will get the best troop award.

1: Fishing tournament: The top three scouts with the biggest (weight) fish will receive points. The fish that you want to keep, clean, and eat have to be within 12-15 inches; anything below needs to be released. All fish must be taken to the fish tournament staff member nearby to be weighted and recorded. No fishing with minnows.

2: Biking race relay: The Scout will start from one position and bicycle to another point then turn around and come back. The top three fastest times will receive points. Must bring and wear a helmet, knee pads and other protection is optional. Bring your own bikes.

3: Hubcap throwing: Scouts will take turns throwing a hubcap. The top three farthest hubcap throws will receive points. Each person will have an opportunity to do two good throws + a mulligan.

4: Hatchet throwing: Scouts will be lined up around 15 feet away from the target. Each scout will proceed to try to score points with 3 practice throws, 6 actual throws, and 1 mulligan. The scouts with the 3 best scores will get points. The bullseye counts as 5, the inner ring 3, the outer ring and target 1, and the 2 small bullseyes on the top of the target are 10.

5: Fort building: Also known as try not to die night is when one or two members of a troop build one or more shelters which will be graded on a scale of 1 to 5 and if a scout does not sleep in the building that’s 1- point for his/her troop and the troop which the most points win. The shelter must be taken down by 6 p.m. Saturday.
NOTE: Friday night will be the “try not to die” night.


John Acree’s Farm Address

696 CGLW DR Ellijay GA 30540
34°45’32.7″N 84°36’05.4″W
Gilmer County, GA

Directions From Ellijay

West on Highway 52 towards Fort Mountain
Left turn on Pleasant Hill RD
Right turn on CGLW DR aka Acree’s Farm


Use the form below to register and pay via PayPal or email Scoutmaster David Grubb your number of attendance and bring cash or check.


6-7 pm Friday Check-in as you arrive or if you arrive early and set up, you must go check-in at that time by the Cabin.

10 pm Friday Cracker Barrel/SPL meeting at 

8 am SaturdayFlags Activities will be open immediately preceding the flag ceremony.

6 pm Saturday Flags all events end and all scores will be totaled

9 pm Saturday Bonfire/Awards ceremony

9 am Sunday scouts own service

1 pm Sunday Check-Out – Campsites must be cleaned and inspected


  • Ground matt to stay warm at night.
  • Be careful with fire, no running around campfires, outdoor code.
  • No adults or Scouts in other people’s tents without permission.
  • No leaving the open area without instruction/permission.
  • Follow knife safety rules
  • No pushing or horseplaying near the pond/water.
  • Stay hydrated, there is fresh water available at the locale.


Spirit award judged on the following:

  • Catch, clean, and cook fish.
  • Make a video of a Troop’s Skit or Song, an introduction (see communication merit badge), or film an activity at the camporee. (all videos must be between 1 to 5 min. and previewed by staff before presenting)
  • Dressed up in a Redneck themed outfit.
  • Participate in most events.

Other awards

are both individually and Troop scored by largest, fastest, and furthest. Troop awards scored by points

  • 3 points for 1st
  • 2 points for 2nd
  • 1 pint for 3rd

Event Information

}  April 29, 2022 to May 01, 2022
  Friday, 06:00 pm to 10:00 am
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