Sea Base is a unique Scouting program that offers aquatics programs found nowhere else. Whether your interests lie in sailing, scuba diving, rustic camping on an undeveloped barrier island, fishing or a combination of all, this is the place for your Troop, Crew, Sea Ship or Explorer Post. Sea Base serves around 16,000 participants annually.

Camp Davy Crockett

Camp Davy Crockett is nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, in Northeast Tennessee.  Its pristine wilderness and strong camping traditions make it a fantastic place to attend camp.

Camp Davy Crockett is 1,865 acres with 9 miles of shoreline on Cherokee Lake.  We are excited to continue the traditions and to be a place where we Build Tomorrow’s Leaders.


his is a seven-day/six-night program. It consists of half-day introductory level
experiences at each of the nine Summit high adventure venues.

In addition, each group will have the chance to ride The Big Zip – our 3⁄4 mile zip line.In addition, each night (Monday-Friday), we will open the Scott Summit Center for activities, fun and socializing. The Scott Summit Center incorporates small versions of our adventure sports venues.


Troop 375 Summer Camps

2023: Camp Frontier (Ohio)

2022: Camp Daniel Boone (North Carolina)

2021: Camp Hugh Taylor Birch (Ohio)

2020: James C. Justice National Scout Camp (West Virginia)

2019: Camp Friedlander (Ohio)

2018: Ransburg Scout Reservation (Indiana)

2017: Chief Logan Reservation (Ohio)

2016: Camp Ottari (Virginia)

2015: D Bar A Scout Ranch (Michigan)

2014: Camp McKee (Kentucky)

2013: Camp Powhatan (Virginia)

2012: Ransburg Scout Reservation (Indiana)

2011: Chief Little Turtle (Indiana)

2010: Camp Chief Logan (Ohio)

2009: Camp Ottari (Virginia)

2008: Camp McKee (Kentucky)

2007: Camp Crooked Creek (Kentucky)

2006: Camp Davy Crockett (Tennessee)

2005: McKee Scout Reservation (Kentucky)

2004: Camp Powhatan (Virginia)

2003: Camp Chief Little Turtle (Indiana)

2002: Camp Chief Little Turtle (Indiana)

2001: Camp Daniel Boone (North Carolina)

2000: Camp Crooked Creek (Kentucky)

1999: Camp Daniel Boone (North Carolina) & Camp Birch (Ohio)

1998: Camp Birch (Ohio)

1997: Camp Daniel Boone (North Carolina)

1996: Camp Birch (Ohio)


Troop 375  High Adventure Opportunities


* There are three BSA High Adventure Camps: Sea Base; Northern Tier and Philmont Scout Ranch. These are typically summer camp opportunities and are for experienced scouts who are ready for a true outdoor challenge. All are very different.  Our troop helps scouts and scouters attend these amazing camps.

2023: Philmont (1 crew)

2022: Northern Tier (2 crews)

2021: Philmont (2 crews)

2021: Seabase

2020: Philmont (1 crew, cancelled due to Coronavirus)

2019: Seabase (St. Croix) - 2 crews

2019: Northern Tier - 2 crews

2019: Philmont

2018: Philmont (2 crews scheduled, both cancelled due to forest fires)

2017: Seabase (St. Thomas) crew

2016: Philmont crew 

2016: Northern Tier crew

Philmont Scout Ranch, the Boy Scouts of America's premier High Adventure™ base, challenges Scouts and Venturers with more than 214 square miles of rugged northern New Mexico wilderness. Backpacking treks, horseback cavalcades, and training and service programs offer young people many ways to experience this legendary country.




Northern Tier is the Boy Scouts of America’s gateway to adventure in the Great Northwoods. In the summer, Scouts from Northern Tier’s three wilderness canoe bases explore millions of acres of pristine lakes, meandering rivers, dense forests and wetlands in Northern Minnesota, Northwest Ontario and Northeast Manitoba.


Past Crews attending Northern Tier have assembled a document with advice about the lessons they have learned and their recommendations for those planning to attend. Read this early on and consult it as you pack.

Northern Tier Lessons Learned
Northern Tier Summer 2022 Lessons Learne[...]
Microsoft Word document [106 Bytes]
Philmont Lessons Learned
Copy of Philmont Summer 2023 Lessons Lea[...]
Microsoft Word document [26.7 KB]

Sea Base is a unique Scouting program that offers aquatics programs found nowhere else.  Whether your interests lie in fishing, sailing, scuba diving, or rustic camping on an undeveloped barrier island, or combination of all, this is the place for your Troop.


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