The clear choice for your youth this summer is Camp Old Indian. Here are just a few of the reasons why!!!
We are a Nationally Accredited Camp.
Our Camp is inspected by a Boy Scouts of America visitation team annually. We pride ourselves in not only meeting but exceeding all standards and regulations. We have been awarded the highest inspection rating since 1983.
Outdoor Program & Facilities.
You can’t take the “outing” out of Scouting. The outdoor program is one of the biggest features about Scouting that appeals to Scouts, and a week at summer camp is a mountain-top experience. No youth has ever forgotten the fond memories and experiences from summer camp. The program, activities, and facilities can’t be beat. Camp Old Indian provides a variety of programs and facilities to match your unit’s needs and desires. Strict health and safety standards are maintained at all times. Emergency facilities are available, and medical re-checks are made by a trained health supervisor.
Advancement & Staff.
Advancement opportunities are second to none. Scouts work on rank advancement, merit badges, and other awards while being presented unique opportunities that will not be found anywhere else. An enthusiastic, well-trained staff is always available!!!
For over 100 years, the Order of the Arrow (OA) has recognized Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. This recognition 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, 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 and help to extend Scouting to America’s youth.
The Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge is the local chapter of the Southern Region Order of the Arrow – located in Greenville, SC.
Every Scout Deserves a Trained Leader
If you had a magic wand, would you use it to make the Scouting program better and more fun for youth so they stayed in Scouting longer, so it had a larger impact on their lives? What if the same magic wand made leadership roles easier, more rewarding, and led to better retention among adult leaders? Would using that magic wand be a top priority?
Well, such a magic wand does exist—in the form of the learning programs for leaders in the Boy Scouts of America.
Common sense tells us that training is important, and research shows the importance of trained leaders. A trained leader is knowledgeable and more confident in the role being performed. Trained leaders exhibit a knowledge and confidence that is picked up by people around them. Trained leaders impact the quality of programs, leader tenure, youth tenure, safety, and a whole lot more. A trained leader is better prepared to make the Scouting program all it can be!
Exploring provides exciting activities and one-on-one mentorship for youth looking to discover their future. Whether you’re a local organization looking to strengthen the community or a young person wanting to uncover the possibilities of your future, Exploring is a great place to start.
Venturing is a youth development program of the Boy Scouts of America for young men and women who are 14 years of age OR 13 years of age and have completed the eighth grade and under 21 years of age. Venturing’s purpose is to provide positive experiences to help young people mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults, with an emphasis in adventure, leadership, personal growth, and service.
In Cub Scouts, you’ll have lots of fun, adventure, and activities with your den and pack. But there’s more to it than that. Being a Cub Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs. Cub Scouting is more than something to do. It’s all about the Cub you are and the person you will become.
Scouts BSA is a traditional membership division of the BSA. This program is available to boys and girls who have earned the Arrow of Light rank and are at least 10 but not yet 18 years old. The program achieves the BSA’s objectives of developing character, citizenship, and personal fitness.