The Jamborette camp is organized in six subcamps, named after families which were prominent in the Atholl area - MacDonald, MacLean, Morrison, Murray, Robertson and Stewart. The subcamps are laid out in circles, with each merged Scottish/international patrol occupying a radial segment of the rim, with several patrol-sized tents, tables, raised cooking fire and shelter. The center of each circle is used for campfires, assemblies and so on.
Common areas surround the subcamps - Reception, First Aid and Quartermaster's tents, the games fields, campfire slope (from which the picture above was taken), Hill (climbing wall) and the Kross - a huge (200 foot plus) cross-shaped tent housing a post office, bank, cafe, and Scout Shop, as well as the Activity Office and various daily activities.
Click here for a map of the camp.
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