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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 Plus, you won't find outdated and old facilities about Bayport.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!
- About the Colonial Virginia Council
- Be A Scout
- Calendar and Newsletter
- Camp Cards
- Chesapeake Bay District
- Colonial Trail District
- Eagle Search 2013
- First Colony District
- Heritage District
- James River District
- Siouan River District
- Staff Contacts
- The Boy Scouts of America relies on dedicated volunteers to promote its mission of preparing young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Today, locally 2,700 adults provide leadership and mentoring to Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturers.
- Through the dedication of these many volunteers, the Boy Scouts of America remains the foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training in America.
- The Boy Scouts of America relies on volunteers to provide leadership and support to Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and Venturing crews. But scouting also need volunteers in leadership positions on both the District and Council boards and committees. These opportunities provide a great way to be engaged with the community and have a meaningful impact to in a wide area.
- Scouting volunteers come to Scouting from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Plumbers, lawyers, housewives, teachers, doctors, janitors, and scientists—people from just about every occupation imaginable—are involved in leading youth to become responsible, caring, and competent citizens. They also quickly discover that Scout volunteering enables them to learn new skills and build lifelong friendships while having fun.
- You Benefit, Too. Whether you wish to volunteer your time with elementary school–age boys or middle and high school–age youth, the Boy Scouts of America has a volunteer opportunity that is right for you. In addition to the reward of working with youth, through volunteering for Scouts you will:
- Develop a greater level of pride in your community.
- Have the opportunity to demonstrate moral and ethical decisions.
- Build a closer bond with your children and other children in the community.
- Become a better role model image for youth in your community.
- Develop a more personal relationship with God.
- Volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America enables you to work with youth to build a better future for everyone. To learn more about how volunteering helps youth, please read the Volunteer Outcomes Study.
- Link to NESA
- The purpose of NESA has remained the same: to identify Eagle Scouts and to provide a manpower resource for local councils. The primary objective of local chapters is to guide Eagle Scouts of all ages into service within the local council. All BSA councils have membership enrolled in the National Eagle Scout Association.
- NESA is young men searching for dynamic and challenging leadership roles. NESA is older Eagle Scouts who desire using their efforts and influence toward forming the kind of young men America needs for leadership. The objective of NESA is to serve—to serve Eagle Scouts and through them, the entire movement of Scouting.
- Link to BSA Alumni
- The Scouting Alumni Association welcomes everyone positively and personally impacted by the Boy Scouts of America—former Scouts, family members of Scouts past and present, volunteers past and present, and the millions of Americans who benefit from Scouting in their communities every day—to join today.
- By joining the Scouting Alumni Association, you’ll stay up to speed on what’s happening in Scouting and help youth experience the excitement, challenges, and adventure that Scouting has to offer.