Utah Parks - CampingThunder Ridge Scout Camp FAQ's

Thunder Ridge Scout Camp FAQ's

 

1. What we offer.

     Summer Camps:

  • Summer Camp: Thunder Ridge utilizes the Adventure Track system to deliver high-quality program to the participants at camp. Adventure Tracks are a tactile, experience-based method of learning and achieving merit badges and rank advancement skills. Each track is customizable with a morning and afternoon session. Camp will not only offer specific merit badge instruction, but also will engage the participants in other camp program features such as C.O.P.E. (high ropes course and leadership games), skills, games and fun activities. Scouts will have the opportunity to exercise leadership and teaching skills along the path of track adventures. Leaders will also have the option to attend Leader-Specific Training and Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills.

Don't know how to Register? Click here for instructions.

     Other Exciting Activities:

  • Stake / Ward Activities: The Boy Scouts of America, Utah National Parks Council now offers its properties, equipment, experts, and program for use by LDS stakes and wards.  As part of the 100+ year partnership between the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Boy Scouts of America, LDS Stakes and Wards may utilize these BSA resouces to accomplish their objectives and control their own outcomes.  Prices and programs are customizable to fit church interests at any of our Council properties.
  • Year-round Camping: Are you in charge of your family reunion this year? Don't worry, Thunder Ridge Scout Camp is an easy and beautiful place to host your familly reunion. Check out other ways to utilize our camp!

2. 2018 Pricing/Dates?

  • Summer Camp:
    • Pricing: 11 year old - $46 ($51 Out-of Council), Youth - $170, Youth $200 (Out of Council), Adult - $30, Deposit - $250 per unit (non-refundable)
    • New Dining Experience: $90 per person
    • Dates: See 'What We Offer' and click on the activity that you are interested in.

3. Preparing for camp.

     Required forms for ALL those attending camp:

  • Health form for everyone attending camp (including leaders)
  • Unit Roster (click here to learn how to get this)
  • Registration receipt - in case there's an issue with registration
  • Unit Talent Release Form

5. What are the camp's policies and procedures?

  • Click here to download the Council Camp Leader's Guide, (PDF).


6. Directions to camp.

  • Click here to download a map to Thunder Ridge Scout Camp.


7. How old do youth need to be to come to camp?

  • Thunder Ridge offers programs for youth 11-18 years of age.


8. How many leaders do we need to bring to camp?

  • We recommend 1 leader for every 6-8 youth.  As leaders, you may need to adjust this to accomodate the needs of your youth. You must still have two-deep leadership.

9. What time is check-in?

  • All campers: 9:00am

10. What about meals?

  • Leave the food hassle to us! Come enjoy our new dining experience.


11. Is water available at camp?

  • Potable water is available throughout the camp.

12. Do I need to bring anything else to camp?

  • Encourage your youth and leaders to be in uniform.

  • Other helpful items to have at camp are: sunscreen, bug spray, hats for everyone, water bottles, a jacket or coat to keep in your vehicle in case of inclement weather, sunglasses, a day pack to carry your items, and Scout Handbook. There is a complete gear list in the Leader's Guide, (See below).


13. Will the Trading Post be open? If so, what type of things will they have there?

  • The trading post will be open at various times during your stay at camp. We stock various candies and drinks as well as pocket knives, crafts, flashlights, camp shirts, and other souvenirs.


14. Contact Information

  • Registration questions? Please contact a Council Staff member at the Scout Service Center at (801) 437-6222 or email us help@utahscouts.org
  • Program questions? Please contact the Camp Director, Nathan Howard, at nathan.howard@scouting.org. NOTE: Camp Director will be at camp during May 30-July 29 and will be unable to email at this time.

Leader Resources

District/Local Helps
Calendar
Scoutbook (Internet Advancement)
Get Registered
 

Council Camps

Beaver
Blue Mountain
Eagle Mountain
Entrada
High Uintah
Jeremiah Johnson
Maple Dell
Tifie
Scofield
Thunder Ridge

Supplies

Official Uniform
Literature
Important Forms
National Scout Shop
Order Advancements Online

Key Links

The Boy Scout Blog
National Scout Shop
Journey to Excellence
Council Login
My.Scouting
 

 

Contact Us

Orem Scout Office 
(Headquarters)
748 North 1340 West

Orem, Utah 84057
(801) 437-6222

Cedar City Scout Office
444 South Main #3A
Cedar City, Utah 84720
(435) 586-1613

 

 

Ephraim Scout Office
45 East 400 South
Ephraim, Utah 84627
(435) 283-6451

Price Scout Office
212 East 100 North
Price, Utah 84501
(435) 637-8059

 

 

Richfield Scout Office
95 West 100 South
Richfield, Utah 84701
(435) 896-6619

St. George Scout Office
204 North 1000 East
St. George, Utah 84770
(435) 628-5172

Vernal Scout Office
240 East 100 North
Vernal, Utah 84078
(435) 789-9108