- Waterfront activities on bay of Scofield Resevoir — includes canoeing, sailing, rowing, catamarans, swimming, and patrol water games/competitions .
- Merit Badges in aquatics, Scoutcraft, handicraft, nature, shooting sports and much more (in Leader's Guide).
- PIT 21 (First Year Camper Program).
- Archery and Rifle Shooting (.22, shotgun).
- New areas focus on conservation and Leave No Trace.
- Camp-wide service project to benefit Scofield Resevoir State Park.
- Daily activities to expand patrol-method and youth leadership.
- Enriched Duty to God and testimony-building focus (if desired).
- Boys who cannot attend with their troop may attend as provisional Scouts.
- Senior patrol leader/patrol leaders may attend the week before their troop arrives to learn the weekly program and work on their own merit badges. Then they attend with their troop and can spend their time helping their troop members accomplish as much as possible.
- Training is available for adults: How to conduct Troop Leadership Training, Leave No Trace, Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills, Scoutmaster Leader-specific Training, etc.
Iceberg Climbing Wall and Water Slide
Scofield has a 14' high by 20' wide inflatable water climbing wall and slide in the shape of a floating iceberg; you climb up one side and slide down the other into the refreshing waters of Scofield Reservoir.
Those that come to camp will be given the opportunity to try this fun waterfront attraction.
- Must be 11-years of age or older.
- Must wear PFD while using the climbing wall.
- Must be considered a "beginner swimmer;" swim tag used on waterfront board--complete your swim test prior to camp.
- Climbers will be limited to three at a time with staggered starts.
- Device has three levels of climbing difficulty, 102 handholds to help you reach the top.
- Extended climbing times available during lunch and afternoon periods.
Provisional Camping: Scouts who cannot attend camp with their unit or want to attend another or different week, may come to camp by themselves as a provisional camper. The camp staff will offer the adult leadership for this special "troop" during the week. Provisional campers will be housed near the male staff area and will eat with the staff for their meals. To register a boy or to obtain additional information, contact our Council Service Center at (801) 437-6222. | |