Scout Programs

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Let us help you plan the perfect scout program! Program areas include Nature Study, Ecology, Environment, Science, Local History, Outdoor Skills, and more. We can tailor any program to meet your badge requirements (parks may vary). We can help your scouts meet the requirements of many outdoor, nature adventures, including but not limited to:

 

  Girl Scouts:

- Animal Habitats

- Bugs

- Flowers

- Trees

- Camper

 

  Cub Scout Adventures:

- Tigers in the Wild

- Call of the Wild

- Paws on the Path

- Fur, Feathers, and Ferns

- Into the Woods

 

To schedule or sign up for a scout program, or for questions, please call Naturalist, Alyssa Rooks at 513-876-9013 or email adrooks@clermontcountyohio.gov. Program costs are $4 per scout and $2 per adult attending. There is no charge for the troop leader. Programs require a reservation and prepayment, to be received no later than one week prior to the program date. Payment can be made with cash, check, money order, or troop check. Please make money orders/checks payable to Clermont County Park District. Payment can be mailed to Chilo Lock 34 Park, P.O. Box 106, Chilo, OH 45112.


We also have opportunities for community service projects at our various park locations and can work with Gold Award candidates on projects. No fee is charged for these projects.  

 

Upcoming Scout Programs:

Sunday, December 10th: Trees, Trees, Wonderful Trees! for Girl Scouts @ Sycamore Park (10:00 am - 11:30 am)
Brave the cold for this fun, outdoor program. Scouts will learn how to identify trees without their leaves! We will hike in the woods and rely on other characteristics to figure out which trees are which, and learn about their role in the ecosystem. Recommended for ages 8 - 12.

Sunday, January 28th: Webelos Adventure - Into the Woods @ Sycamore Park (10:00 am - 11:30 am)
Venture into the woods with your local naturalist and learn how to identify our local trees! Learn more about these unique plants and their important role in our world! Cub scouts will put their observational skills to the test and look for clues to identify trees during our hike. They will also learn about other local plants and how to be a good steward of nature!
 
Monday, February 26th: Maple Sugaring for Scouts! @ Pattison Park Lodge (5:00 pm - 6:00 pm)
Scouts can take a tour of our sugar bush and learn the process of maple syrup making.  During our short hike, scouts will learn how to identify a sugar maple and how we collect the clear, sweet sap. We will learn all about how and why the trees create this sap, and how we can turn it into delicious maple syrup! Recommended for Daisies and Tigers.


 

 **All programs must meet a minimum of 4 participants, or the program will be cancelled due to low attendance.  
 
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