Includes Jamboree Patches; JSP’s; Jewelry and Pins; Neckerchiefs, Slides and Bolos; Other Jamboree Memorabilia; US Contingent World Jamboree memorabilia

BSA National Scout Jamboree year, dates attendance and location:
1937: 1st, 6/30-7/9, 27,238, Washington, D.C.
1950: 2nd 6/27-7/6, 47,163, Valley Forge, Pa.
1953: 3rd, 7/17-7/23, 45,401, Irvine Ranch, CA
1957: 4th, 7/12-7/18, 52,580, Valley Forge, PA
1960: 5th, 7/22-7/28, 56,377, Colorado Springs, CO
1964: 6th, 7/17-7/23, 50,960, Valley Forge, PA
1969: 7th, 7/16-7/16, 34,251, Farragut State Park, Idaho
1973: 8th, 8/1-8/8 & 8/3-9, 73,610 – Farragut State Park, ID and Moraine State Park, PA
1977: 9th, 8/3-8/9, 28,601, Moraine State Park, PA
1981: 10th, 7/29-8/4, 29,765, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
1985: 11th, 7/24-7/30, 32,615, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
1989: 12th, 8/3-8/9, 32,717, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
1993: 13th, 8/4-8/10, 34,449, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
1997: 14th, 7/28-8/6, 36,015, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
2001: 15th, 7/23-8/1, 40,002, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
2005: 16th, 7/25-8/3, 43,307, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
2010: 17th, 7/26-8/4, 43,434, Fort A.P. Hill, VA
2013: 18th, 7/15 – 7/24, 40,795, Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve, WV
2017: 19th, 7/19 – 7/28, Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve, WV
Note: In 1973, the BSA “National Jamboree” became known as the “National Scout Jamboree” adding the word “Scout”.

Includes World Jamborees, Moots, Modials and Regional Jamborees

World Jamboree year and location:

1920: 1st WSJ, The Olympia, London, England, United Kingdom
1924: 2nd WSJ, Ermelunden, Denmark
1929: 3rd WSJ, Arrowe Park, Birkenhead, England, United Kingdom
1933: 4th WSJ, Gödöllő, Hungary
1937: 5th WSJ, Bloemendaal, Netherlands
1947: 6th WSJ, Moisson, France
1951: 7th WSJ, Bad Ischl and Salzkammergut, Austria
1955: 8th WSJ, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada
1957: 9th WSJ, Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
1959: 10th WSJ, Makiling, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
1963: 11th WSJ, Marathon, Greece
1967: 12th WSJ, Farragut State Park, Idaho, United States
1971: 13th WSJ, Asagiri, Fujinomiya, Shizuoka, Japan
1975: 14th WSJ, Lillehammer, Norway; Co-hosted with Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Sweden
1979: (15th WSJ), Nishapur, Iran CANCELLED due to unrest
1983: 15th WSJ, Kananaskis County, Alberta, Canada
1987–88: 16th WSJ, Cataract Scout Park, Appin, New South Wales, Australia
1991: 17th WSJ, Sŏraksan, Kangwon, South Korea
1995: 18th WSJ, Biddinghuizen (municipality of Dronten), Oostelijk Flevoland, Netherlands
1998–99: 19th WSJ, Hacienda Picarquín, Mostazal, Chile
2002–03: 20th WSJ, Sattahip, Chon Buri, Thailand
2007: 21st WSJ, Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom
2011: 22nd WSJ, Rinkaby, Sweden
2015: 23rd WSJ, Kirarahama, Japan
2019: 24th WSJ, The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve, New River Gorge,
West Virginia, United States to be hosted with Canada and Mexico
2023: 25th WSJ, Bids: Poland, South Korea