Alpha Lupus and KOTA High Adventure 2018

January 19-21 and February 2-4

Parker Scout Camp


Alpha Lupus is designed to teach Scouts, Scouters, and Venturers the basic skills needed to operate a safe outdoor winter program for your own unit.


Alpha Lupus is open to any registered Scout, Scouter, or Venturer who desires to learn how to have safe fun during Minnesota's best 6 months of camping (participants must be second class and 12 years of age or older and should have some winter activity experience as a Webelos Scout or with other group programs).

There are different program camps during each weekend:  

Alpha Lupus is for first time campers. Novice instruction, with winter camping training provided. "You will learn how to include winter camping in your troop's program "for fun", not for survival. We will share information on equipment, clothing, food, and shelters to keep you warm and safe. Maximum capacity is 40 Scouts per weekend.


Kota High Adventure is for experienced winter campers only. You must have attended at least one Alpha Lupus training weekend to participate in this outdoor program,or approved by your troop leadership. Gourmet meals, quality camaraderie, outdoor activities, and instruction fill out this weekend experience. Outdoor instruction, fishing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing are just a few fun things these Scouts do. Biathlon! Kota participants will have the opportunity to compete in a biathlon event. Scouts will cross-country ski to the shooting range and shoot 22 caliber rifles. Competitors will be scored on speed and accuracy for a chance to win the first annual Kota Biathlon Cup! Maximum capacity is 40 Scouts per weekend.

Click here for more info and to register for winter camp!


Please contact: 

Mary Herlick at or 320-251-3930

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Central Minnesota Council, BSA


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