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Bayport Scout Reservation
Bayport Scout Reservation is conveniently located in Jamaica, Virginia, with access to the Chesapeake Bay and operated by the Colonial Virginia Council, Boy Scouts of America. From our first year camper program to our high adventure activities, Bayport can be your destination for provisional Scouts or large troops and crews.
If you are tired of making multiple trips to meet your unit's needs, then you've come to the right place. Bayport Scout Reservation is a full-service reservation with programs to meet the needs of everyone in your unit. Plus, you won't find outdated and old facilities about Bayport. Our 300 acre property features newly constructed facilities with the latest in health and safety standards. Take a look around, we think you'll like what you see!
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When you think of summer camp, what comes to mind? For many it is the smell of the camp fire, memories of the fun, the experience of overcoming a new challenge learning something new. These are all memories that most any Scout will think of when asked about his experience at summer camp.
Nationwide, about 2% of all Boy Scouts achieve the rank of Eagle. These men who earned the Eagle Award are some of the best and brightest this nation has to offer. It is because of this fact that the Colonial Virginia Council is looking to Eagle Scouts to lead the charge in the Capstone Eagle Campaign.
In the Hampton Roads area there are about 2,500 adult Eagle Scouts who live and work in the area. Many of these Eagle Scouts did not earn their Eagle here, and are now like ships passing in the night among their fellow Eagles. They may be your neighbors and you co-workers and you may not know it.
The Colonial Virginia Council is seeking to reengage these Eagle Scouts not only with Scouting but with their fellow Eagle Scouts. Click here to start receiving the Colonial Virginia Council Eagle Newsletter to learn more about Scouting in the community and ways to reconnect.