Ultimate Merit Badge Adventure
Ultimate Merit Badge Adventure


Ultimate Merit Badge Adventure
Date/Time
Registration Begins
8/1/2019
Last Day To Register
9/26/2019
Location
14166 S Payson Canyon Rd
Payson, UT 84651, US
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Camp Maple Dell is hosting a series of Ultimate Merit Badge Adventures where Scouts can choose from over 20 different merit badges to work on. Bring the whole troop and count it as a monthly campout! Plus, Scout leaders have the opportunity to take Northstar: Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills while their youth are in class.

WHY

Leaders and Scouts can take advantage of hands-on learning experiences in a beautiful, outdoor setting and get a night of overnight camping with the troop.

WHO

Scouts, Scouting units, Scouting leaders, parents

PRICE

Cost covers Saturday's breakfast and lunch, snacks, campsite, and a patch!

  • $25 per Scout
  • $10 per Leader

Additional costs:

  • Some merit badges have a fee associated with the class.

PREREQUISITES

Click here for a full list of the merit badges being offered and when, their prerequisites, as well as any additional fees.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Cooking gear and food for Friday's dinner
  • Camping gear
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Jacket or Sweatshirt (It gets cold up in the canyon!)
  • Merit Badge Blue Cards

SCHEDULE

Friday:

  • 4:30 pm- 6:30 pm: Check-in, set up campsite, bring and cook your own dinner
  • 7 pm - 10 pm: Class time

Saturday:

  • 7 am - 8 am: Breakfast (provided by camp)
  • 8 am - 12 pm: Class time
  • 12 pm - 12:45 pm: Lunch (provided by camp)
  • 12:45 pm: Troops check out and go home

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Frequently Asked Questions:
    • Question 1) Can a single Scout and their parent come to this activity?
      • Yes! We even have some campsites that are reserved for parent/Scout combinations (such as Fathers and Sons).
    • Question 2) What requirements do you cover in the Trail to First Class?
      • Scout: 4a, 4b
      • Tenderfoot: 3a, 3b, 3c, 4a, 4c
      • Second Class: 2f, 2g, 6a, 6b, 6c
      • First Class: 3c
    • Question 3) What requirements do our Scouts need to do BEFORE coming to camp? Are there any additional fees?
      • Click here for a full list of the merit badges being offered, their prerequisites, as well as any additional fees.
    • Question 4) What are all the merit badges being offered during the Ultimate Merit Badge Adventures?
      • Archery, Art, Camping, Chess, Citizenship in the Nation, Citizenship in the World, Citizenship in the Community, Climbing, Communications, Dog Care, Emergency Preparedness, Family Life, First Aid, Geology, Leatherworking, Personal Fitness, Personal Management, Photography, Rifle Shooting, Scouting Heritage, Shotgun Shooting, Welding, Trail to First Class
    • Question 5) What are the trainings for adults?
      • Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills
    • Question 6) Do Scouts need to come to each of the weekends to complete the merit badges?
      • No. If your Scout completes the pre-requisites before camp, actively participates in the classes, and do any other homework as listed they don't have to come back for a second weekend. 
      • *NOTE: There are some merit badges that take up to 90 days to complete. 
    • Question 7) How many merit badges can my Scout(s) sign up for?
      • That will depend on when and for how long the merit badge is being taught. For example, some merit badges will be take up the entire weekend while others will only be during the evening or morning. Click here to see the schedule of when each merit badge is being taught.
  • Click here for a full list of the merit badges being offered and when, their prerequisites, as well as any additional fees.
Cost
$10.00 per Leader
$25.00 per Scout
Early Discount
Before 8/1/2018 a discount of $3.00 will apply to all Leader Registrants.
Before 8/1/2018 a discount of $3.00 will apply to all Scout Registrants.
Cancellation Policy
CANCELLATION & PAYMENT POLICY: The Utah National Parks Council must commit financial resources to employ staff, purchase food and supplies, and to prepare for camping operations. Participants, therefore, are required to make a financial commitment to attend. * Refunds of fees paid for individuals or units requested at least one week before camp will be fully granted. * No refunds are given if a registration is cancelled or the number of attendees is reduced within one week of your scheduled arrival date at camp. * No refunds will be given for "no-shows" at camp. * Payment is required at time of registration.. * The number of youth and leaders can be changed up to two days before you arrive at camp. If you do not change your number of campers by that time, you will be responsible to pay the total amount of ALL those registered.