Troop 122 sends scouts to two camps every summer, Bartle and Naish. Scouts can either go to one or both.
H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation
Is a Boy Scouts of America reservation located in 4200 acres of woodland outside of Osceola, Missouri, and bordering on Truman Lake. It is one of two Scout reservations operated by the Heart of America Council.
It was named after former Kansas City, Missouri mayor and Boy Scout council executive H. Roe Bartle. The reservation is divided into three camps named Lone Star (previously Wigwam), Sawmill, and Piercing Arrow (previously Frontier). Bartle is one of two Boy Scout camps to participate in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say, an American Indian based honor society.
Troop 122: If you have questions, contact Allan Smith by sending an email to Bartle Summer Camp
Theodore Naish Scout Reservation
Is a Boy Scout camp located in Bonner Springs, Kansas. The camp was named after Kansas City civil engineer and draftsman Theodore Naish, who was killed in the sinking of the RMS Lusitania in 1915. The first 90 acres of the land were donated to the Boy scouts in 1926 by Naish’s wife. Camp Naish is run by the Heart of America Council and is one of two camps sponsored by the council. Naish is home to the Tamegonit Lodge of the Order of the Arrow.
Troop 122: If you have questions, contact our Camp Naish Coordinator by sending an email to Naish Summer Camp