Lets get ready for camping
Welcome to our council's camp page, where you can find all the information you need for an unforgettable camping experience!
We are proud to share a variety of options for both Scouts BSA and Cub Scouts, from resident summer camps to local day camp opportunities. Our camps provide opportunities for youth to connect with nature, develop new skills, and create lifelong memories.
The resident summer camps offer a full week of adventure, with activities such as swimming, boating, hiking, and more, depending where you choose to go. Scouts will also have the chance to earn merit badges and advance in their ranks. For Cub Scouts, the day camps provide a fun and safe environment to explore the outdoors, make new friends, and learn new skills.
In addition, we also provide information on camping sites used by units in our council. Whether you prefer primitive camping or camping with amenities, unit has something to offer for everyone.
We believe that camping is a valuable experience that helps develop leadership, independence, and teamwork skills in young people. We are committed to providing safe and fun camping opportunities for Scouts of all ages. We hope you'll join us on our next adventure!
Remember, to have a safe and fun campout or camp day there must be at least an adult with Outdoor training, and Weather Hazard training. The best thing about these trainings you can take them online in the confort of your own home and for free. visit - my.scouting.org to complete these trainings.
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Aguirre Spring Campground
PHONE: 575-525-4300 ADDRESS: Aguirre Spring Campground 15000 Aguirre Spring Rd. Organ, NM 88052 LATITUDE/LONGITUDE: 32.36666667, -106.5567608 DIRECTIONS: The Aguirre Spring Campground is located on the east side of Organ Mountains, east of Las Cruces in Dona Ana County.
Overview of Sugarloaf Peak
Have a campsite in mind that you would like to share with Yucca Council, press button below to be directed to fill out page. Make sure you have pictures to show us how much fun you and your unit had.