Austin St. George

2019 Leader’s Guide

  2019 ISR Scouts, BSA Summer Camp Leader’s Guide Click here to download the Guide. New Merit Badges, Changes to the Trailblazer (Scout to 1st Class) Program, More Open Areas, and more!  Stay tuned for a 2019 Parents Guide to be released in January. Does your Troop have their site reserved for 2019 Summer Camp?  If not get a reservation form turned in, sites are filling up!

2019 Cub Resident Camp

  Ingersoll Scout Reservation will be hosting three sessions of Cub Resident Camp in the summer of 2019! Session 1: June 30 – July 3 Session 2: July 18 – 21 Session 3: July 25 – 28 Click here for the Camp Coordinator & Registration Guide for more information.

Program Spotlight – Eco-Con

At Eco-Con Scouts explore the world of Ecology and Conservation, learning all about the natural world around them.  Scouts can work on Merit Badges such as: Environmental Science, Weather, Geology, Forestry, Oceanography, Nature, and many more!  Also Scouts can participate in Eco-Con challenges that will get the Scouts exploring throughout Ingersoll discovering more about the environment around them.

Program Spotlight – Mountain Biking

At Ingersoll we Mountain Bike! Ride either on our 2 mile Bike Trail starting from the Mountain Bike Building or go on a longer ride on the Cedar Creek Trail.  Mountain Biking is a great way to see Ingersoll and stay physical fit!  Come to ISR and work on your Cycling Merit Badge or with your Troop during the Mountain Bike Lunch Outpost program.  Reserve your Troops spot for 2019 Summer Camp today!

Program Spotlight – STEM Center

The STEM Center at ISR has all sorts of programs that have the Scouts diving into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics!  Launch a rocket through the sky, fly a drone, build a bridge or a robot. Merit Badges at STEM include: Space Exploration, Electronics, Composite Materials, Aviation, Chemistry, Engineering, Chess, Robotics, Exploration

Mountain Boarding at Ingersoll

  We are excited to bring Mountain Boarding to ISR.  Learn how to ride these down Dining Hall Hill, during a Lunch Outpost or during open area time after dinner.  This all-terrain action sport will get any Scouts adrenaline pumping!