National Order of the Arrow Conference

Information about Rendezvous is available at

Date: 7/28/2018 - 8/4/2018

Location: Indiana University - Bloomington, Indiana

NOAC is an event that is similar to the Boy Scout Jamboree, but for OA members only. We stay in the university dormitories. Meals are in the student dining facilities, so there is plenty of time for fun and activities. NOAC is open to all active Arrowmen, but space is limited by the capacity of the university. NOAC only happens every two years. We would love to have you join us!

Wauna La-Mon’tay Lodge has a tradition of a “fun day” before NOAC. Our youth leadership have planned a tour before heading to NOAC. In 2018 we will fly to St. Louis MO.    We will start with a ride up the Gateway Arch and visit the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. Then off to Six Flags St. Louis for a FULL day of fun The next morning off to Bloomington IL for 5 action packed days of Fun, Fellowship and great Scouting.

Cost:  Youth: $1250  Adults $1450 (Adults pay the full fee and historically our Lodge has been able to provide a subsidy for the youth attending, making the youth’s fee slightly less.)

There are only 44 spots currently allotted to our Lodge for youth and 14 for adults.  

  • Youth Members: The youth spaces will be filled on a first come first served basis.  A waitlist will be available when all of the spaces are filled.  A $100 deposit is required to hold a space for youth.  
  • Adults Wanting to Attend: Scouting, the OA and NOAC are intended to be programs for our youth. Due to expected high interest from youth, coupled with capacity constraints at Indiana University, the Order of the Arrow has instituted a Lodge quota for the 2018 NOAC and are strictly enforcing a 3:1 youth to adult ratio.  Wauna La-Mon’tay Lodge has selected adults based on their level of current and future involvement with the Lodge. Our goal is that NOAC serves to inspire and train our future Lodge Leadership.

Please click Register Today below in order to begin the process of signing up for NOAC 2018.