OCIN started an annual scout camporee last year and is doing it again for this year (and already planning for 2019). See long article in the last OUSA newsletter. I hope Greg Fasig will join this discussion and contribute more details.
Scouts arrived Friday night at the Scout Camp. Sat morning was beginner skill sessions (5 session rotation). Sat afternoon was open courses (pairs of scouts), with most scouts starting on white and working up, doing as many courses as they wished. Sat evening we did a night score-O (teams of 2). Sunday was Scout O championships (solo!) with kids assigned to courses based on age.
This year we will be adding a more advanced track to the Saturday training for returning scouts, and the opportunity to work on (and possibly complete) the orienteering merit badge.
OCIN received $10 per scout for the weekend. The scout camp handled all campsite reservations; pre-registration was done through the scout council website. From that, were our costs of printing maps and other materials. We had about 200 scouts in the inaugural year, and are preparing for a possible 400 this year.
2017 Scout-O results
2018 Scout-O information and registration
(Note: the links to leader's guide, training tools, map symbols from this main information page are currently broken. If you click the "click here to register" button, then select the "resources" tab, those links will work from that location.)