There are a number of special events that take place at the Camporee. These don’t happen every day so check this page to find the dates and time!
Flags & Parades
Daily On-site Parade
You feel so proud to be marching with your club. Up ahead you hear drum corps groups beating out the marching time. Hundreds of people are cheering for you on either side of the street. This is fantastic! You pass by the Review Stage and your director gives the command and you salute the officials as you march by. Boy, this is so special. You will remember this for the rest of your life.
Schedule: Wednesday – Sabbath
- Wear Class A Dress uniforms
- Bring your club Pathfinder banner
- Bring your conference banner
- Be in place at 2:50pm at the Parade Assembly area (note change of time)
- Parade ends at 4:30 PM
Location: Parade Assembly – Young Eagles Tarmac – See on the Camporee map
- Nine unions of the North American Division will raise and lower these flags.
- Each flag needs eight people to help put it up and take it down. 72 Pathfinders will be needed for each raising and lowering.
- Practice begins promptly at: 6:30am for raising the flags or 6:30pm for lowering the flags.
Location: Near the intersection of Schaick and Stits – See on the Camporee map
self as three cannons fire at the same time every morning and every evening (7:00 AM and 7:00 PM). Cannons are are in 3 different locations around the Camporee grounds (near the West Shower House). Cannons are also fired at the beginning of each daily parade.
Come see these mighty little cannons for yourself and feel the sound wave as they boom to life each morning and evening.
Shows & Displays
Who May Attend: Everyone
Schedule: Tuesday – Friday
Location: In Front of Hangar D – See on the Camporee map
Vintage Car Show
Join the Adventist Rodders Club (ARC) and other car enthusiasts for a special Vintage Car Show. See cars from many years ago! These cars are polished and chromed and way nicer than they were as original. See them in the parade each day and on display in one of the hangars.
We have Pastor Ron’s ’57 Chevy Bel Air, Lloyd Clapp’s ’32 Model A Street Rod, and several others. Come in, take pictures! This activity is for the entire club no matter what their age, including those staff who might even remember when these cars were new! You might even see some very modern Hot Rods!
Joining the Vintage Cars will be the Sabbath Keepers Motorcycle Club who will be showing their motorcycles and telling about their outreach for the Lord.
Who May Attend: Everyone
Schedule: Wednesday – Friday – 10:00am – 4:30pm
Location: East end of Hangars in Center – See on the Camporee map
World Records and Competitions
World Record Attempts
There will be many opportunities to set World Records at the 2024 Camporee. Stay tuned and check back often for a complete approved list.
Top Club Chef Competition
Come and participate in this exciting special event at the International Pathfinder Camporee. It’s a fun-filled activity specifically targeting that important, yet often forgotten, member of the team, the club chef. We want to have our chefs showcase their talents and be appreciated for all the tasty, healthy food they provide for their clubs. The best part is everyone can be a winner, since this is a non-elimination competition.
Here’s More Information:
- Contact your local NAD Conference or non-NAD Division Youth Director to see if s/he will appoint you to represent all of the club chefs in your NAD Conference or GC Division
- Top Club Chefs will be determined each day (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday), and will be awarded a “Top Club Chef” lapel pin each day.
- On Friday, the club chef(s) with the most total points will be awarded a special “Top Club Chef” Medallion.
Schedule: Wednesday-Friday 9:30am-11:00am
Location: West of Hangar D by Food Court – See on the Camporee map
Every year at Pathfinder camporees all over the world, one thought dominates Saturday night – “Is my s’more the best ever?” In 2024, at the Believe the Promise International Camporee, that question will be answered, once and for all!
The Objective: Simply put, make the best tasting s’more at the International Camporee.
The Rule: All s’mores must include graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate.
The Process: At your conference camporee, one winner will be selected to represent your conference at the BTPIC in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. On Wednesday evening, each Union will select one conference winner to be its representative at the final cookout on Thursday. In addition, the International Village will have a club in the final cookout.
Each winning club will need to bring their own s’more supplies to the final cookout. A panel of select judges (some famous, some just really good at eating s’mores) will determine a winner. That club will receive the famous “Trophy of Yum”, a bag of marshmallows and a bottle of Pepto Bismol during the evening program.