The thrill of High Adventure runs far and wide across America, and nobody in the world is better at sharing those experiences than the Scouts. Nobody.
Nobody offers more exhilarating or a wider variety of high adventure for young people than the Boy Scouts of America. Through high adventure experiences, The Boy Scouts of America leaves lasting memories with youth and fosters development in character and leadership.
A week of Adventure Camping. Troop 32 Scouts have returned from Napowan Adventure Camp. Every year the scouts go on a one week adventure, where they work on their merit badge requirements, try out exciting new activities. These activities include: Aquatics (motor boating, sailing, canoeing, kayaking) Flintlock Pioneer Village (leatherwork,…See Slide Show
A water adventure in the Sylvania Wilderness. This past summer, Troop 32 Scouts embarked on high adventure to Michigan's Sylvania Wilderness. Scouts learned how to survive an overturned canoe and other water emergencies. For one week swimming, canoeing, hiking, campfires, cooking, exploring and lively conversation were enjoyed by all.See Slide Show
In 2016 Troop 32 offered a High Adventure in the Boundary Waters. Scouts canoed, carried supplies through portages, swam, cooked, jumped off rocks, worked on rescue skills and visited Canada! Boundary WatersSee Slide Show