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Camp Geiger

 

Today Camp Geiger offers a wide variety of landscapes to energetic campers. A Scout can explore the more primitive old camp area. Older scouts can take part in a challenging new COPE course or the state of the art shooting sports area. Within the same camp boundaries one can hike the river bluffs and eventually reach a scenic over-look on the highest point in northwest Missouri. Camp Geiger's 2014 program will offer a tremendous variety of activities for Scouts of all ages. The first year Scout camper will certainly want to take part in the Camp Geiger’s special program, designed for the younger and less-experienced camper. He will learn basic Scoutcraft skills that will help him advance through Scouting's junior ranks: Tenderfoot, Second Class and First Class.

Camp Geiger provides an extraordinary number of activities each day to keep Scouts involved. Geiger offers one of the widest varieties of programs of any summer camp. The 2015 schedule listed 50 plus different activities. Most Eagle-required badges are offered.  One need only review the listings in the Program Section  to appreciate the great diversity of learning and fun activities promised by this large assortment of badges conducted by a very experienced staff. Older Scouts can challenge themselves to the rigors of COPE, Climbing, Rowing and Canoeing. And of course, there is the Tribe of Mic-O-Say, the honor camper society of Camp Geiger. Mic-O-Say is one of the great success stories of the Scouting program. Mic-O-Say is a society of exceptional Scouts and leaders, so honored because of their character and leadership.

 

Leaders can come to Camp Geiger confident that their young charges will have an adventure-filled week that will certainly include a generous helping of personal growth. Parents can confidently lend their sons to Camp Geiger, assured that its staff will provide a fun filled memorable experience.

This year we have a new leadership team with Roger Denton as Camp Director and Sean Killin as Program Director. Check back to learn more from the new camp leaders.



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