Oklahoma's Mountain Experience
The Indian Nations Council is proud to offer you and your Scouts Oklahoma's Mountain Experience. The Council Executive Board, volunteers, and staff have spent countless hours as well as financial resources to make your experience not only productive, but FUN!! We will strive and do everything we can to assist in making your summer camping experience the highlight of your year. We appreciate and thank you for allowing Hale Scout Reservation to serve your troop, Scouts, and leaders. We look forward to seeing you at camp!
Soaring to Eagle
Soaring to Eagle is a special program area designed specifically for the new scout. It focuses on teaching basic Scout skills via the patrol method. Our goal is to assist scouts in completing requirements for Scout, Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class ranks. Soaring to Eagle will take up two merit badge classes and will teach requirements from all four ranks simultaneously. Classes may even complete the Totin’ Chip and the Fireman Chit courses if time allows. If not, these can still be earned during the Scouts’ free time.
This course requires all merit badge blocks along with some free time. There will be a BSA Lifeguard meeting Sunday night after flag ceremony for more details. Adults are welcome as long as class size permits. You must be 15 years of age and able to submit proof of age.
Order of the Arrow
One most meaningful experiences in Scouts is to be selected to join the Order of the Arrow. Friday is OA sash night, all OA members are encouraged to wear their sashes. OA Call Out will be before the closing campfire on Friday night. If your troop is out of council we must have written permission from your OA Lodge a minimum of two weeks in advance and your election form for your troop to be eligible to be called out. You can fax or email this in to or 918-743-6049
A special opportunity at HSR. This program is designed to allow our Scouts to have a great experience hiking and in viewing the beautiful national forest surrounding our camp. There are 2 options for this hike: a 5 mile and an 11 mile. Hiking boots, water, and rain gear is highly recommended. The hike is a Friday morning activity, weather permitting.
C.O.P.E. Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience
This program is a series of group oriented challenges that will teach Scouts to work together using teamwork and problem solving skills. Sign up for C.O.P.E. online. C.O.P.E. is not a merit badge.