Scout Centres of Excellence for Nature and Environment (SCENES) provide an opportunity for Scouts to visit natural areas, engage in environmental education programmes and see first-hand examples of environmental management in practice. When joined with other SCENES Centres in a worldwide Network, Scouts can see how different the environment is around the world, yet understand we are all connected on this planet. SCENES recognises and celebrates the diversity of environments and cultures around the world and is flexible to be adapted to the local needs.
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Blue Springs Scout Reserve has
- Blue Springs Camp, Ebor Park Camp & Camp Blue Heron)
- Open fields, marshland, swamps and grasslands,
- Training /conference centre facilities
- Several buildings throughout the camp for group use
- Outdoor facilities- to support your program or program kits
- Nature at its best (i.e., Blue Springs and Goose Pimple Pond)
- A four seasons camp
Campo Escuela Nacional Iztarú (CENI) is the official national center for training and events for the Association of Girl and Boy Scouts of Costa Rica. It was acquired by the Association in 1978. Due to its location, landscapes and facilities, it is a privileged place to hold meetings, courses, seminars, conferences, field trips, and non-formal education activities, as well as research and recreation opportunities.
Founded in 1923, the World Scout Centre was the dream of Lord Baden-Powell and is open to groups and individuals throughout the whole year. It provides an excellent base for exploring the Swiss Alps, for sightseeing excursions and for meeting lots of other people from all over the world. The Centre occupies 17 hectares of wooded ground at the southern end of the village. The Centre programme is designed to allow guests to experience new activities with people from other countries in the beautiful Swiss Alps. Around 12,000 young people visit the Centre each year from over 35 different countries, ensuring a unique international atmosphere.
Mafikeng SCENE was born as part of a project to improve the natural surroundings of Mafikeng, and particularly the Molopo river, funds were allocated by the North West Province from the RDP programme to clean, clear and convert the degraded river area back to its natural state.
Mount Nemo Scout Camp is located just north of Burlington, Ontario, Canada. The 64 hectare (158 acres) camp is named after Mount Nemo a rock face of the Niagara Escarpment, which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. There are dramatic views, especially at sunrise and sunset, of Mount Nemo from the western edge of the camp.
Situated in the middle of Zealand the Naesbycentre is an active Danish Scout centre with picturesque grounds and sunny weather particularly all summer.
For all the summer camps the centre is run by the Naesfolk, a group of volunteers who keep the centre in shape all year round. For foreign Scouts we offer a range of different activities.
Le Centre de Formation et d’Animation « Chalet Nicolas Rollinger » s’étend sur un domaine de 3,2 hectares comportant notamment un domaine forestier, une chapelle, un terrain de camping de plus de 5000 m2, un refuge de camp, un home guide/scout pouvant accueillir 81 personnes, et une aire de récréation avec possibilité de feu de camp. Le chalet, est l’un des trois centres nationaux de formation des Lëtzebuerger Guiden a Scouten.
Techuana is an international camp and training centre for the carinthian boy Scouts and girl Guides. Techuana, the secluded camp ground in the southern part of Carinthia, Austria offers whatever a boy Scout or girl Guide desires. Surrounded by mountains, forests, moorland and a lake it is the perfect place for sporting and natural activities like wild life observation as well.