Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16– 3 – Bovay Scout Ranch 242 acre tract owned by Sam Houston Area Council but not used. Bovay Scout Ranch: 1,245 contiguous acres and 242 acres (separate tract that has road frontage on US Highway 6) Duke Energy Camporee Site McNair Cub Adventure Camp Tellepsen Scout Camp Camp Core Facilities Area Bovay Scout Ranch Check-in Center Future Janis and George Fleming Cub World Bovay Scout Ranch, located three miles south of Navasota, Texas, consists of 1,245 acres. Since its opening in 2002, it has served primarily as a Cub Scout camping facility with the McNair Cub Adventure Camp and also as an area for Boy Scout weekend camporees at the Duke Energy Camporee Area. Bovay Scout Ranch was originally master planned for expansion to one day have a Scout camp for Boy Scouts and Venturers. The original infrastructure for the sewer system was constructed with the capacity to handle the planned future camp and expansion for Cub camping. The Leaders of Tomorrow campaign will fund improvements at the McNair Cub Adventure Camp at Bovay Scout Ranch and in 2015 funded the construction of the new Tellepsen Scout Camp. It will also help with expanding areas for Cub camping with partial funding of the construction of the future Janis and George Fleming Cub World. Tellepsen Scout Camp at Bovay Scout Ranch Tellepsen Scout Camp at Bovay Scout Ranch was the first project funded by the Leaders of Tomorrow campaign. It was constructed in 2015 and 2016 for $5.8 million. It was dedicated in April 2015 and is a living example of the legacy inspired by three generations of the Tellepsen family that has been supporting Scouting and providing leadership to Sam Houston Area Council for decades. Tellepsen Scout Camp was constructed specifically for weekend camping opportunities for Boy Scout troops and Venturing crews, and the facilities and amenities it provides are able to create incredible experiences for our Boy Scouts and Venturers. Thus far, the camp has been used by over 4,200 Scouts and Venturers. With outdoor opportunities such as camping, hiking, fishing and canoeing, as well as the largest shooting sports center in the Council and one of the largest climbing towers in the state, this camp empowers our Scouts and Venturers to discover adventures and experiences that will teach them life skills and give these youth memories that will last a lifetime. Bovay Scout Ranch: 1,245 contiguos acres and 242 acres (separate tract that has road frontage on US Highway 6)