Kia Kima Scout Reservation in Hardy, Arkansas holds a special place for so many who have worked on staff, camped as a Scout or Scouter, or who have supported the summer camp element of the Scouting program.
The Kia Kima Alumni Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, founded by current and former members of staff and friends of the camp in late 2014, with a vision to support camp and community and to strengthen the connections between generations of staff and campers.
We are excited to invite any and all former or current staff, campers, leaders, and friends of camp to join! Please peruse our website to learn more about what we do or contact us if you have questions or concerns.
The Kia Kima Alumni Association's online museum has launched! This museum contains almost 800 documents, pictures, and videos relating to Kia Kima, the Chickasaw Council, and Scouting in the mid-south. All items are fully searchable and are categorized and tagged for browsing. More items are being added weekly. Visit the museum.
Winter 2019 issue of South Fork published
The winter issue of the quarterly magazine, South Fork, has been published! This issue include an alumni spotlight on R.J. Case, an overview on the 2018 awards, a camp memories column from Michael Honey, and a featured article on caving by Erin Coates. View it here.