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OLD WEST SHOOTING OPERATION NIGHTHAWK MOUNTAIN BOARDING 40+ MERIT BADGES NYLT TRAINING


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Located in Georgia’s


Pine Mountain range on the banks of the Flint River.


• 2 Accredited Boy Scout Resident Camps * Camp Thunder (55+ merit badges) * EaglePoint (troop-focused camp)


• High Adventure Base * Canoeing & Backpacking Treks * Build-Your-Own Adventure Program


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• Polaris Winter Adventure * December 27-31 winter camp


• Open Year-Round * Canoe Outfitter on Flint River * BSA’s Largest Climbing Center * Archery, Rifle, Shotgun, Black Powder * 21– Miles of Trails on Pine Mountain


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Horsemanship, mountain bikes field trips, chuck wagon 50-miler opportunity


Pine Mountain range on the banks of the Flint River.


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Located in Georgia’s


• 2 Accredited Boy Scout Resident Camps * Camp Thunder (55+ merit badges) * EaglePoint (troop-focused camp)


• Polaris Winter Adventure * December 27-31 winter camp


• Open Year-Round * Canoe Outfitter on Flint River * BSA’s Largest Climbing Center * Archery, Rifle, Shotgun, Black Powder * 21– Miles of Trails on Pine Mountain


580-223-0831 or arbucklearea@lycos.com


• High Adventure Base * Canoeing & Backpacking Treks * Build-Your-Own Adventure Program





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