CamPlexCamporee Site Location

The Camporee will be held at the Cam-Plex Facilities at 1635 Reata Dr, Gillette, WY. This site is different from where the 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014, and 2019 International Pathfinder Camporees were held. The Cam-Plex Facilities offer the greatest facilities and campground for the International Pathfinder Camporee.

Campsite Roads, Entrances & Exits

There are 9 entrances & exits from the campground camping area that will be patrolled 24 hours a day. Throughout the campground there is an excellent gravel road system to assist in getting around. All campground roads have names to assist in navigation.

Parking Lots

There will be parking lots around the perimeter of the campground for vehicles. Large vehicles (buses, trucks, cargo trailers) need to be parked in the South, North, or Bus parking lots because the East and West gate parking lots are small and will not accommodate a large number of vehicles.

See on Camporee Map.

Campsite Guidelines

Camping Space Delegation

All clubs will be assigned camping space based on the number of paid registrations for Pathfinders, Staff members, and staff children. This information will be available in April/May, 2024, from your Conference Youth/Pathfinder Director.

The campground is somewhat flat with grass and no rocks. Tent camping area is well organized with street numbers so one can find friends from around the world more easily.

Campsite Entrance Heights

Maximum campsite entrance height (Union, Conference, & Club) is forty (40) feet.

Special Note: As you build your entrance, safety must be kept in mind. The entrance must be securely held in place because of wind and camper safety. We do not want accidents due to falling materials.


No charcoal cookers or wood burning fires are permitted. Only cooking with gas or propane-type camp stoves is permitted. A fire extinguisher must be kept in each cooking area.

Biodegradable Items

To protect our environment, please only bring items (soaps, cleaners & etc.) that are biodegradable.

Motorized Vehicles

Upon permission from Conference Youth Directors vehicles will be allowed on the campsite.  However, you must have all vehicles parked at the Conference/Union campsite before the ending of the evening program on Tuesday, August 6, 2024.  After this time NO VEHICLE movement will be allowed on Camporee grounds with the exception of long-term parking which are located at the West, South and North gates only. Please plan accordingly.

Pet Policy

No pets are allowed at the Camporee. If you need a place to board your pet, view a list here.

The 2024 BTP Camporee does not endorse any of these kennels. Please do your research by contacting them directly.


Phone Charging Stations

There will be charging stations located throughout the campground.  Conferences should provide charging stations within their conference headquarters at the campground. Check with your local conference Youth Director.

Electrical Outlets

Electrical outlets will be available outside the shower houses for hair dryers and razors ONLY. Small mirrors will also be available. These are not to be used as a charging station for your phones or other items needing charging.

Electric Power/Generators

The camping area has some electric power hook-ups available in the campground.  For sites with no electric power hook-ups, generators may be used during the daytime during the following hours: 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM. Generators must not exhaust into any tent campsite, as the exhaust will cause sickness. Failure to comply with this guideline will result in authoritative action.

How to Use a Generator Safely

Tent Stakes/Digging Holes

CampingOnly regular tent stakes maybe driven into the ground in all locations of the camping area. Permission must be received from the Services/Facilities Director, Vern Byrd, before any stake longer than 6″ is driven into the ground because of the underground utilities that cross the property (Cam-Plex requirement). NO EXCEPTIONS!

Because Gillett, WY can experience gusty winds at times, please plan on securing your tents and pop up canopies by using weights to weigh down stakes on tents and especially cook/kitchen canopy poles. Being prepared for high winds ahead of time will save you from loosing your kitchen canopy and supplies which will get tossed around by the wind. Keep your club safe and plan now for high winds at times.

Helpful tips for securing your tent and canopy.

View these helpful tips.

Digging Holes

No digging holes or trenches in the campground or activity area is allowed at any time. NO EXCEPTIONS!