Our troop is scheduled for 8 days at Camp Geronimo by Payson, AZ. This will be our 3rd year there out of 4. Excellent camp, first class medical support, very good MB program as well as the older Scout adventure program. Geronimo is one of those camps that you don't mind going back to because you can always find something you haven't done before. And the weather at 5,600' sure beats anything found at 550' in AZ/NV come July.
Right now we have places held for 16 boys, though it is quite possible we'll lose a couple due to job relocation. Last year was 15 boys to Camp Hi-Sierra by Long Barn, CA. Nice though small it was an interesting break but not worth nearly 600 miles each way more than once.
For those interested another camp I highly recommend is Camp Cayuna by Cross Lake, MN. Commissary service rather than dining hall but who doesn't enjoy fresh northern or walleye for supper? They even treated us to a steak dinner with all the extras just for showing up with 100% of the troop in full uniform for Sunday evening flags, and a catered pizza luncheon for bringing better than 90% of the registered members to camp.
Boys can save lives when Scouting first saves them.