The Ultimate Guide to the 2013 National Scout Jamboree
You’ve got a lot of questions about the 2013 National Scout Jamboree and its new home at the Summit in West Virginia. Your Scouts want to know how many zip lines there will be, if they’ll be old enough to go whitewater rafting, and of course, if they’ll be able to trade patches. Parents want to know what their kids will be eating at the jamboree, where they’ll be sleeping, and what they’ll need to make sure they have packed. And last, but certainly not least, you want to know how to answer everyone’s questions!
Don’t you wish there was a one-stop shop you could visit to get what you need to know?
Well, there is. Visit summitblog.org, the official blog of the Summit and the 2013 jamboree. We’re loaded chock full of info, and we keep it fun, to boot. Expect videos, interactive maps, photos, contests, and blog posts written by a slew of Scouting folks, from Patrol Z to the Summit director himself.
“Sounds great, but how do I find what I’m looking for?” We hear you, and we’ve got you covered. Use our search bar at the top of the site to find posts related to specific keywords, or browse our interactive content using the “Categories” and “Filter” options on the home page. Whether you’re looking for information on high adventure, BMX biking, what lunch will be like, sustainability initiatives, or any other of the many questions you’ve been asked, the Summit blog has an answer.
So stop on by the Summit Blog—we’ve been waiting for you!