The Scout Orienteering Camporee is an event where Scouts will learn Orienteering skill development and racing to have fun, and to learn map-reading, navigational, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Scouts will also complete many requirements of the orienteering merit badge and rank advancement requirements. Orienteering courses are available for all levels–come to learn or fine-tune your skills. Scouts, BSA and Venture Crews are welcome to attend!

Come join in the fun while learning Orienteering! On Saturday evening, the Score Orienteering Championships will be held, with Traditional Championships being held on Sunday.

The Scout Orienteering Event is Sponsored by:

October 9-11, 2020

Camp Friedlander | 581 Ibold Road, Loveland, OH 45140

Begins at 6PM on Friday through 12PM on Sunday


Each Scout and his or her buddy must register for one of the tracks below. Scouters should also register for a track as we encourage participation by everyone, the exception being those that are volunteering. These tracks determine what the Scout or Scouter will do on Saturday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Regardless of the track chosen, each participant (and there buddy) will compete in the night Score-O and will have the opportunity to compete in the individual orienteering championships on Sunday morning.  

  1. Rookie – For those who didn’t attend the Scout-O in 2018, there will be instruction in the morning and participants will complete courses in the afternoon.
  2. Alumni – For those who attended the Scout-O in 2018 and would like to further develop their orienteering skills: participants will complete a variety of skill development and courses throughout the day Saturday.
  3. Merit Badge – For those who would like to work on the orienteering merit badge: participants will have prerequisites to complete, will spend 3-4 hours in classroom work, will complete orienteering courses throughout the day.  They will complete most, NOT ALL, of the requirements to obtain the orienteering merit badge. They will leave with an action plan to finish the orienteering merit badge. 
  4. Volunteer – For those who do not wish to participate in orienteering skill development may choose to volunteer to help teach the skills to others.


For further information, please contact Gregory Fasig at (513) 824-3115 or email at, or David Barringer at (513) 340-1434 or email at