The merit badges of this area are taught twice each day. Some badges require reading and extensive written work. We recommend that Scouts do as much as possible BEFORE COMING TO CAMP.
MERIT BADGES



Camping

First Aid

Pioneering

Wilderness Survival
CERTIFICATIONS



Totin' Chip

Firem'n Chit
OTHER


Outdoor Chefs
TROOP ACTIVITIES


Lashing Knots, Splices
The fundamentals of knots, lashings and splices are explored. You should decide which of these skills you would like to spend this time learning.

Cooking
We have facilities for troops to cook whole meals. How about a stew in one, French fries in the second, and a cake or pie in the third Dutch oven? How about setting up a patrol competition?

Scout Circus
Scouts have the opportunity to participate in all the events of the Scout Circus including the monkey bridge and the tower.

Wood Tools
Scouts receive instruction in the proper use and care of a knife, an axe, and a bow saw. All requirements for Paul Bunyan award and/or Totin Chip are also explored.

Survival
Extensive coverage of techniques needed to stay alive in the woods, including edible plants and shelters.

Tower Building
Scouts will have the opportunity to use their lashing knowledge to build a type of tower.

Hiking & Backpacking

Segments
DAILY SCHEDULE


9am - 10am
Camping
10am - 11am
Wilderness Survival
Outdoor Chefs
11am - 12pm
First Aid
12pm - 2pm
AREA CLOSED
2pm - 3pm
Wilderness Survival
Pioneering
Troop Activities
3pm - 4pm
Camping
4pm - 5pm
First Aid
7pm - 8pm
Open Areas
Open Area, Troop Activities

Totin' Chip: Sunday & Monday (both required)

Firem'n Chit: Thursday & Friday (both required)
N 41° 49.850 W 070° 38.250
DD  41.83083  -70.6375
DMS  414951N  0703815W