Sleeping

Our youngest particpants, the Beavers, are going to sleep at a school outside the camp, just a few hundred meters away from the Go|Urban city centre.

The somewhat older Cubs can already look forward to their own district on the GO|Urban campsite. One of the highlights in this part of the city will certainly be the teepees the Cubs spend their nights in.

For all the other participants, our urbanists have planned infrastructures for more districts in which the different branches can set up their tents. Everyone can thus contribute to the creation of our Scout City in an international and multicultural environment.

The Ranger and Rover district will be composed of multicultural living units of about fifty inhabitants. There will just be two to three people from the same troop in each of these units, so we recommend that Rangers and Rovers bring smaller tents for two to three people.

The IST will have their own district as well in which they can put up their tents.