There will be three for Scout camping – each with about 80 Jamboree Units – as well as separate Communities for Service Leaders and Venturers. […]
They are also known as Subcamps and are like suburbs within the Jamboree site. Each has its own amenities like toilets and shower blocks, food […]
Talk with your local Scout Leaders. They will help you prepare before the Jamboree.
Full gear details will be shared later, but it’s the usual camping gear for a very long camp: two pairs of comfortable closed-toe shoes (hiking […]
You will need a sleeping bag, inner sheet, and air bed or compact stretcher.
Everyone is expected back in their own campsites soon after any night entertainment has ended. But your Unit Council – your Jamboree Patrol Leaders – […]
You sleep in tents with your Jamboree Unit. Boys and girls sleep separately, so it won’t be the same people as your Jamboree Patrol. In […]