CamporeeApril 25-27, 2025

Camp Brosig
1893 Trenckmann Rd.
Sealy, TX 77474


Camporee is a weekend campout for troops. Individual patrols will compete in various competitions and are judged on leadership, teamwork, skill demonstration, and Scout spirit. Join us in a great Scouting tradition to experience the camporee. Camporee may include activities such as the spider web, knot bar, tomahawk throwing, lashing a seven-knot tripod, fire building, first aid, an orienteering course, Dutch oven cooking, and more.

Troops are responsible for their own food, medical forms/first aid, and camporee roster. 


Registration is a two-step process. Registration is completed by the unit leadership.

Part 1: RSVP:  Every unit needs to RSVP by February roundtable to let the event staff if you are attending. Estimated numbers are provided to the council so the district can reserve the appropriate number of campsites and program areas for the event.

Step 1: RSVP

Part 2: Payment: The registration fee is $11.50 for the first Scout and $10 for each additional Scout registered at the same time. The adult fee is $5. Paid online with credit card or electronic check. Payment is due by April 1, 2023. The late registration fee is $20 and begins April 11, 2023. There is no onsite registration. Council refund policy 

Step 2: Payment    


Every troop must send a representative to the March roundtable to help plan the camporee. This year’s camporee promises to challenge the youth leadership, as well as stretching everyone else’s comfort zones. These events cannot happen without each Scout’s competitive spirit and participation.

Camp Brosig Leader's Guide 

What to Bring

Personal (check with Scoutmaster):

  • Field uniform (Scout uniform) and belt 
  • Activity uniform (Scout t-shirt)
  • Clothing appropriate for weather
  • Shoes (closed-toe) or hiking boots 
  • Pajamas or sleeping clothes
  • Rain gear
  • Flashlight and extra batteries 
  • Personal items (e.g., deodorant, comb, medications, toothpaste, toothbrush)
  • Water bottle (or canteen) and cup 
  • Pocket knife and Totin' Chip
  • Sleeping bag, blankets, sheet 
  • Pillow 
  • Cot or pad 
  • Personal first aid kit 
Mark all items with name and troop number.


  • Tents with ground cloth
  • Water containers for hauling water
  • Cooking gear and food: Saturday breakfast/dinner, non-cooking lunch; Sunday non-cooking breakfast
  • Duty roster and menu
  • First-aid kit
  • Trash bags
  • Patrol flag
  • Items for campsite inspection
  • Toilet paper
  • Wash soap for restrooms


  • Annual Health and Medical Record 
    (part A&B for all Scouting events) for every participant (due at check-in)
  • Firewood, rakes and fire buckets; buckets and shovel to remove unused firewood

Don’t Bring: valuables, electronics (e.g., iPad), fireworks, sheath or hunting knives, pets, hammocks, personal firearms and ammunition, jewelry, personal bows and arrows, fuel-burning hand warmers 









Tentative Schedule


6:00 pm Troop arrival and check-in
9:00 pm Cracker Barrel for Scoutmaster and senior patrol leader (SPL) at fire ring
(bring chair, note taking materials)


7:00 am Reveille
7:00 am Breakfast
7:15 am Event coordinator meeting at flagpole (Scoutmaster and senior patrol leader)
7:15 am Event setup by troops
7:15 am Order of the Arrow meeting
8:45 am Assembly at flagpole
9:00 am Opening ceremony and instructions
9:00 am Patrol competitions
12:30 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Patrol competitions
4:00 pm Competitions end
4:00 pm Sports / gaga ball / kickball / ultimate frisbee
4:00 pm Order of the Arrow and campfire team meeting
4:15 pm Webelos parents visit troops
5:00 pm Scoutmaster and SPL meeting at fire ring
6:00 pm Unit time / dinner and clean-up
7:30 pm Dutch oven competition dishes due
7:50 pm Assembly at flagpole
8:00 pm Shared desserts from dessert contest
8:15 pm Awards ceremony / campfire / Order of the Arrow call-out
9:00 pm Campfire cleanup
9:15 pm Scoutmaster and SPL cracker barrel
10:00 pm Lights out


7:00 am Reveille
7:15 am Assembly at flagpole
7:30 am Breakfast / breakdown campsite
9:00 am Interfaith service
9:15 am Retire flags
9:30 am Troops depart after campsite inspection
10:00 am Last troop leaves 

Interfaith Service

An interfaith service will be conducted for all participants on Sunday morning. An interfaith service is a brief worship or meditation, specifically designed for Scouting events where there may be members of more than one faith group. The intention of an interfaith service is to provide a spiritual focus during a camping experience that does not reflect the views of a particular denomination or faith. An interfaith service can be defined as a gathering of Scouts held to contribute to the development of their spirituality and to promote a fuller understanding of the Scout Oath and Law, with emphasis on one’s Duty to God. 

Order of the Arrow

OaThe Order of the Arrow (OA) is the national honor society of Scouting America. The Order of the Arrow recognizes Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. The Order of the Arrow provides encouragement for others to live these ideals as well. Arrowmen are known for maintaining camping traditions and spirit, promoting year-round and long-term resident camping, developing leaders, and providing cheerful service to others. OA service, activities, adventures, and training for youth and adults are models of quality leadership development and programming that enrich, support, and help to extend Scouting to America's youth.

Learn More About the OA

Cracker Barrel

A cracker barrel is an evening snack and time for fellowship with other Scouts or Scouters. The term cracker barrel is most thought to come from the time when people would shop at their local general store and gather around the cracker barrel to sit and visit with others in the community, much like the modern-day water cooler. The food is typically kept simple, such as cheese and crackers, summer sausage, chips and cookies. On campouts, many troops have a Friday night cracker barrel with the leaders and youth leadership to review the weekend schedule.

A cracker barrel will be held on Friday night at 9:30 pm. The Scoutmaster and SPL is invited to a special cracker barrel where last-minute information and changes will be communicated.  Please bring a cup and pen.

About Camp Brosig

Camp Brosig is a 92-acre property, located six miles north of Sealy, TX, in Austin County with 20 campsites. Camp Brosig is located at 1893 Trenckman Road, Sealy, TX 77474.

Camp Brosig Leader's Guide    Maps

Directions: Take I-10 West from Houston to Sealy, TX, exit 720 (TX-36N/Meyer St). After exiting, turn left (north) at the traffic light on TX-36N. Proceed 5.1 miles until you pass the intersection with FM331. Another 0.6 miles past FM331 is Trenckmann (a blacktop road to the left - west). The road is difficult to see at night. Go 1.6 miles on Trenckmann Road to the Camp Brosig gate on the left (south). Turn in and drive to the top of the hill. Total drive time from Houston is approximately one to one and a half hours.

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Scouting Safely

Safety is Your Responsibility posterThe Commitment to Safety is ongoing and we want you to know that the safety of our youth, volunteers, staff, and employees cannot be compromised. Scouting America puts the utmost importance on the safe and healthy environments for its youth membership. The Sam Houston Area Council takes great strides to ensure the safety of its youth as well as the adult volunteer leadership that interacts with them. 

Guide to Safe Scouting policies must be followed. All participants must follow youth protection guidelines at all Scouting events. Highlights include:

  • Two-deep leadership on all outings is required.  
  • One-on-one contact between adults and youth members is prohibited. 
  • The buddy system should be used at all times. 
  • Discipline must be constructive.

Health and safety must be integrated into everything we do, to the point that no injuries are acceptable beyond those that are readily treatable by Scout-rendered first aid. As an aid in the continuing effort to protect participants in Scout activities, the National Health and Safety Committee and the Council Services Division of the National Council has developed the SAFE Checklist safety procedures for physical activity. These points, which embody good judgment and common sense, are applicable to all activities.

Youth Protection Guidelines     Guide to Safe Scouting      SAFE Checklist      Enterprise Risk Management


For questions, contact Sami Stagg.