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Beaver Base Camp FAQs

What We Offer

Beaver Base Camp is a fully customizable high-adventure base camp where groups can choose from 2 - 5 days of camping and activities of their choice.

Climbing and Rappelling Hike out from camp to experience granite rock climbing!

Mountain Biking Run mountain bikes up the mountain for a gonzo downhill biking experience at Eagle Point Ski Resort.  A shuttle will take you back to the top.  Units are responsible for transportation to and from Beaver Base Camp (15 min drive).

Whitewater This short trip over the mountain brings you to an exhilarating 2-hour trip down the Sevier River.  Units are responsible for transportation to and from Beaver Base Camp (90 minute drive - plan to leave 2 hours prior to your scheduled trip).

Stand-up Paddleboards This activity is a rental only.  No guide is provided. Learn to ride a Stand-up Paddleboard on the Sevier River.  Units are responsible for transportation to and from Beaver Base Camp (90 minute drive - plan to leave 2 hours prior to your scheduled trip).

Shooting Sports Have fun shooting rifle, archery (standard range plus aerial archery, shotgun, and knife throwing, 

Frontier Sports: Enjoy a mountain man experience shooting black powder rifles and doing other frontier activities and games.

Battle Creek Enter the conquest and learn how to lead your group in a "Midieval-Capture-the-Flag" battle with foam swords.

Evening Programs Games, shooting, campfires, night hikes all after dinner.

COPE (Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience) This is the best COPE experience in the state, which includes a tandem zip line, the traverse, and the flying squirrel. Note: Some High COPE programs are limited to 14 years of age and older.


Leader's Guide and Forms

2019 Beaver Base Camp Program Guide
Council Camp Leader's Guide
Health Forms


Meals and Dining

Meal times:

  • Breakfast: 7:00AM - 8:00AM
  • Dinner: 5:00PM - 6:00PM

Food Services:

Option A - Bring Your Own: The default option is for you to handle all of your food needs. Your unit would be responsible for planning nutritious meals, bringing and storing the food for the week, and doing whatever cooking and preparation that is required.

Option B - Dining Hall Food Plan: All Meals provided for you.   

Dining Hall food plan frees you from having to worry about purchasing, storing, and managing your food. Our staff will do all of that work for you! Your group simply enjoys the nutritious meals provided by the camp. All utensils, plates, and cups are provided. This plan includes breakfast and dinner served cafeteria style and sack lunch for each day's activities.

 

Contact

For any questions contact our Customer Service at 801-437-6222 or email at help@utahscouts.org.


Additional Information

  • No personal firearms and ammunition permitted on camp property
  • Beaver Base Camp is geared towards 14+. However, we welcome any and all ages. Contact us for additional age restrictions and information.
  • Due to the high elevation of 9,000 ft, Beaver Base Camp has a unique climate. We encourage all visitors to be prepared for hot days and cold nights as well as possible rain, hail, and snow.
  • Water is provided for drinking, sanitation, and showers. Some shower restrictions may apply.
  • Fires are permitted at camp. Each campsite is equipped with an approved fire ring. Do NOT create a new fire pit. Do not bring firewood. In the event of a fire restriction, propane stoves are approved for meal preparation and propane fire rings may be use for camp fires.
  • Campsites are provided with a fire ring and picnic table. No electricity provided. Groups may bring generators.
  • Click here for a map of Beaver Base Camp.
  • All vehicles must be parked in the designated parking areas and in "fire ready" position.
  • All visitors must check in upon arrival with the camp Health Officer.
  • Trading Post will be open 7:30AM-8:30PM and accepts all major cards.
 

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