International camporees are council-run multinational Scout activities. They may include Scouts from one or more countries in a miniature World Scout Jamboree.

Michigan International Camporee
Rota-Kiwan Scout Reservation
Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
July 19 - 26, 2020

The Michigan International Camporee (MIC) is the largest council-run multinational Scout activity in North America. Once every four years, contingents of Scouts and leaders and volunteer staff members from more than 20 countries come to Michigan for a week of home stays with Michigan Scout families and then a week camping together with Scouts, leaders, and staff members from Michigan and from other U.S. states in a miniature World Scout Jamboree.

The most recent Michigan International Camporee took place in the summer of 2016 with 25 countries represented. The first Michigan International Camporees were run by the Chief Okemos Council BSA. In 2012, the Chief Okemos Council joined six other Michigan councils in merging to form the Michigan Crossroads Council BSA. Since that merger, the Michigan International Camporee has been run by the Michigan Crossroads Council.

Visit the web site of the Michigan International Camporee for more information.


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