Council News

  • CHECK IT OUT! 2019 Merit Badge Adventures Now Starting
    We've heard you loud and clear - provide more merit badge opportunities year round! Merit Badge Adventures is just that, a Friday through Saturday adventure at one of our Scout camps that focus on helping youth work on one or more Eagle required merit badges! Troops can now combine their monthly campout with merit badge work - no extra work for the adult leaders, and great opportunities for the youth.
  • The Summer's BEST Adventures Start at Scout Camp
    Own the adventure this summer by challenging yourself at one of our Scout camps. Repel the red rocks of Moab, bike the mountains of Beaver, or take a dip in the refreshing water of Scofield Reservoir; we have the adventure for you! Register for 2019 Scout Camp today!
  • Scout Starving Student Cards are back! And can fund your dream year!
    We have teamed up with Starving Student Cards, which is a discount card packed with hundreds of dollars of free stuff and over $4,000 in discounts which will help families save a lot of money all over town. You can sell cards to friends, families, and neighbors. Scout Starving Student Cards sell for just $30 and $15 of every card stays with the unit and $7.50 goes back to local Scouting. Click the title to learn more!
  • Your Summer Dream Job Could Be With Our Adventure Staff!
    Did someone say summer dream job?! Most summer jobs want to keep you inside during the warmest months and most beautiful days, and that sounds terrible. Join our adventure staff at camp so you can spend more time enjoying the summer the way it was meant to be enjoyed: outside! Click the title above to learn more or apply today!
  • Want to continue the adventure? Become a Scouting Ambassador
    Scouting Ambassadors should be active in their local communities, know business and community leaders, and have a passion and the means to help Scouting move forward. Learn more about Scouting Ambassadors today.
  • The Future of Scouting in the Utah National Parks Council
    On May 8th, 2018, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced that it would no longer charter Scout units after December 31, 2019. This has led to many questions about what Scouting will look like now and in 2020 in the Utah National Parks Council, which is made up predominantly of LDS units. Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions...
 

Featured Events

2019 University of Scouting The University of Scouting (UoS) is a training for adult leaders will offer fun, learning, and fellowship for all...
All Girls Maple Dell Klondike Adventure Test your skills and join us for an overnight winter camping adventure with awesome activities at Camp Maple...
Southern Utah Cub College 2019 WHAT This informative and fun training will start at 7:30 am and go until 3:30 pm. It will be held at 820 North...
Cub College of Scouting in St George COMING - March 02, 2019   8:00am -...
Scouting for Food Instructions PLEASE - Print Out this Form and Hand in at the Food Drop Door hangers (100-200 per ward) will be...
Scouting for Food Instructions PLEASE - Print Out this Form and Hand in at the Food Drop Door hangers (100-200 per ward) will be...
Scouting for Food WHAT Please join the local Scouts as they help fight hunger statewide by filling a bag with nutritious non-perishable food...
Ultimate Merit Badge Adventure Camp Maple Dell is hosting a series of Ultimate Merit Badge Adventures where Scouts can choose from 25 different...
Cooking Merit Badge Adventure During this overnight adventure, Scouts will begin working on an Eagle-required merit badge: the Cooking Merit Badge....
Mammal Study Merit Badge Adventure Does your Scout(s) have a passion for learning about animals? Then this is the overnight Merit Badge...

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Utah National Parks Council, BSA

Phone: (801) 437-6222
Hours: M: 10am-6pm and T-F: 9am-6pm
Email:
help@utahscouts.org
Location: 748 North 1340 West, Orem, Utah 84057

Our council currently serves as of Dec 31, 2018:
Total Youth: 77,911
Total Adults: 37,186