Order of the Arrow | Induction
Mar
22
to Mar 23

Order of the Arrow | Induction

Order of the Arrow | Induction
40.00

Check In - Plan on checking in at the Induction site between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. of the date of the Ordeal - usually this will be a Friday.

Pick Up - You will be finished about 5:30-6:00 p.m. the next evening (Saturday for most Ordeals).

When a Scout is elected to become a member of the Order of the Arrow, he is not an official member until he completes an "Ordeal" which is an overnight campout where he will sleep out under the stars and perform unselfish service the next day with meager food and without talking to others. This tradition is based on the Delaware Indians, where they would send the young braves out by themselves to serve nature and live off the land, until they could return back to the tribe and be recognized as one who has grown closer to nature and is ready to become a member of the brotherhood within the tribe leaders. Please register below for the ordeal of your choice in the Registration area of this website. All BSA safety guidelines are followed during the Ordeal, and there is no hazing or forbidden activities taking place during the Induction Weekend.

Agenda

The Ordeal will consist of a special campfire on Friday night. You will be given a place to sleep and placed on silence for the 24 hour period. The next day you will be involved in service in and around the Induction site. It will be service that needs to be done at the camp or for the civic organization where we are holding the Ordeal. You will be on silence during this period of time. Meals will be provided and you are not allowed to bring any food. If you need special foods or have special medical needs during the Induction Weekend, please note that on your medical form and email the Lodge Adviser right away so your personal needs can be evaluated prior to showing up for the Ordeal. At the conclusion of the Ordeal you will attend a final campfire where your sash will be presented and you will be formally inducted as an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow. There will be no hazing or similar activities at the Induction Weekend. It is a time for you to reflect on your commitment to Scouting and to make some personal commitments.

Registration

Online Registration is open until about 2 days before each Induction Weekend. At the door registrations are discouraged, but can be allowed at the discretion of the Lodge Adviser (an additional fee will be charged for at the door registrations).

Please be prepared by bringing a copy of your BSA medical form with you and the following:

  • Sleeping Bag and Ground cloth or Tarp that can be pulled over top of you in case of bad weather

  • Scout Uniform

  • Work clothes and work gloves

  • Personal medications and personal hygiene Items that may be needed.

  • Canteen or water bottle

  • Small flashlight

  • Extra clothes or coats that may be needed due to the climate and weather conditions

Date:
Quantity:
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Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
Mar
23
1:00 PM13:00

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
20.00

Achieving Brotherhood is an important moment in an Arrowman's career. The Brotherhood is an opportunity for members to evaluate their unit service since their Ordeal, to contemplate their future service to the lodge, to reaffirm their belief in the high purposes of the Order, and to complete the OA induction process. The Brotherhood hike and ceremony are intended as a source of inspiration, motivating its members to render even greater service to Scouting.

Every Arrowman should strive to become a Brotherhood member as soon as he can qualify.

Please be prepared by knowing the following:

  • Order of the Arrow Obligation

  • Order of the Arrow Song

  • Order of the Arrow Admonition

Please be prepared by bringing the following with you:

Letter addressed to the Lodge Secretary. (Should include the following)
Explain what you think the Obligation means,
Describe how you have been fulfilling this Obligation in your troop or team and in your daily life, and how you have used your understanding of the Ordeal to aid in your service, and
Describe your specific plans for giving future service to the lodge program
Cost is $20.00 for a new Sash

Date:
Quantity:
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Starting, Sustaining, And Growing Units Impact Session
Mar
29
to Mar 30

Starting, Sustaining, And Growing Units Impact Session

As the Boy Scouts of America seeks to grow its membership in the months and year ahead, districts and councils are recognizing the need to add news units as a key factor in that growth. Best results are achieved when you build a team of volunteers from membership and commissioners as well as Scouting professionals. If you are shorthanded, you will still need to undertake the tasks from each of these areas. Here is your chance to learn and network on this critically important topic.

Where To Stay

Your stay at the camp is included in the registration fee. If you choose to stay off-site, a block of rooms has been reserved at the Residence Inn Salt Lake City Sandy.


This training is offered on behalf of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The Camps & Events Desk of the Great Salt Lake Council does not have access to your registration for this event nor can they provide you with additional information regarding it.

Please direct your questions to Sue Simmons.

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Leave No Trace | 101
Apr
10
6:00 PM18:00

Leave No Trace | 101

  • Scout Leadership & Service Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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The Boy Scouts of America - Leave No Trace 101 course is designed to give Scouts and Scouters the training they need to successfully practice Leave No Trace on their outings. Leave No Trace is important as we strive to live by the Outdoor Code, follow the Scout Oath & Law, protect nature, and leave a good impression with others. 

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Matthew Durrant
Professional Adviser

Cassie Durrant
Course Director

Fee Information

$10.00 per person

Includes:

Course material

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Wood Badge | Course 1
Apr
11
to Apr 13

Wood Badge | Course 1

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Session Dates
April 11 - 13 & April 18 - 20

The primary purpose of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Cathy Price
Course Director

Price

$200 per participant

This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

Need Assistance?

Through the generous donations of fellow volunteers, those wishing to attend Wood Badge may request financial assistance. Please fill out the online scholarship application by clicking the button below.


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the deposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

Schedule

February 25, 2019

Event fees are due in full.

April 11 - 13, 2019

The first weekend of this 2 weekend course will be held.

April 18 - 20, 2019

The second weekend of this 2 weekend course will be held.

Staff Fees
Wood Badge Staff Fees
50.00
Select Course:
Quantity:
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Order of the Arrow | Induction
Apr
12
to Apr 13

Order of the Arrow | Induction

Order of the Arrow | Induction
40.00

Check In - Plan on checking in at the Induction site between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. of the date of the Ordeal - usually this will be a Friday.

Pick Up - You will be finished about 5:30-6:00 p.m. the next evening (Saturday for most Ordeals).

When a Scout is elected to become a member of the Order of the Arrow, he is not an official member until he completes an "Ordeal" which is an overnight campout where he will sleep out under the stars and perform unselfish service the next day with meager food and without talking to others. This tradition is based on the Delaware Indians, where they would send the young braves out by themselves to serve nature and live off the land, until they could return back to the tribe and be recognized as one who has grown closer to nature and is ready to become a member of the brotherhood within the tribe leaders. Please register below for the ordeal of your choice in the Registration area of this website. All BSA safety guidelines are followed during the Ordeal, and there is no hazing or forbidden activities taking place during the Induction Weekend.

Agenda

The Ordeal will consist of a special campfire on Friday night. You will be given a place to sleep and placed on silence for the 24 hour period. The next day you will be involved in service in and around the Induction site. It will be service that needs to be done at the camp or for the civic organization where we are holding the Ordeal. You will be on silence during this period of time. Meals will be provided and you are not allowed to bring any food. If you need special foods or have special medical needs during the Induction Weekend, please note that on your medical form and email the Lodge Adviser right away so your personal needs can be evaluated prior to showing up for the Ordeal. At the conclusion of the Ordeal you will attend a final campfire where your sash will be presented and you will be formally inducted as an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow. There will be no hazing or similar activities at the Induction Weekend. It is a time for you to reflect on your commitment to Scouting and to make some personal commitments.

Registration

Online Registration is open until about 2 days before each Induction Weekend. At the door registrations are discouraged, but can be allowed at the discretion of the Lodge Adviser (an additional fee will be charged for at the door registrations).

Please be prepared by bringing a copy of your BSA medical form with you and the following:

  • Sleeping Bag and Ground cloth or Tarp that can be pulled over top of you in case of bad weather

  • Scout Uniform

  • Work clothes and work gloves

  • Personal medications and personal hygiene Items that may be needed.

  • Canteen or water bottle

  • Small flashlight

  • Extra clothes or coats that may be needed due to the climate and weather conditions

Date:
Quantity:
Register Today
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Scout Night | Clark Planetarium
Apr
13
9:00 AM09:00

Scout Night | Clark Planetarium

Clark Planetarium    is a proud supporter of the Boy Scouts of America

Clark Planetarium is a proud supporter of the Boy Scouts of America

Overview

Looking for an immersive activity for your Scout to participate in? Well look no further! Clark Planetarium will make sure that as your Scout works towards earning their Astronomy merit badge, they will become inspired to look to the stars.

This unique experience will allow your & your Scouts to experience Clark Planetarium’s Hansen Dome Theatre along with their other exhibits.

Contact

Have additional questions? Reach out to the Clark Planetarium by clicking the button listed below.

FAQ's

Have questions? Click the button below to learn more about Scout Night at the Clark Planetarium.

Fee Information

$8.00 per Scout

Includes:

Merit badge workbook
Ticket to Hansen Dome Theatre

$4.00 per adult

Includes:

Ticket to Hansen Dome Theatre

Schedule

9:00am Planetarium doors open
9:15am Scouts pick up worksheets and work on exhibit area requirements
9:45am Program begins in Hansen Dome Theatre (Scouts will work to complete the remaining requirements in the Theatre)
12:15pm Theatre program ends
12:15pm - 12:45pm Review of individual worksheets by planetarium merit badge counselors and signing of merit badge cards


Ticketing for this event is managed by the Clark Planetarium. The Great Salt Lake Council has no information nor control regarding ticketing for this event. Please contact Clark Planetarium directly with any questions.

 
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Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
Apr
13
1:00 PM13:00

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
20.00

Achieving Brotherhood is an important moment in an Arrowman's career. The Brotherhood is an opportunity for members to evaluate their unit service since their Ordeal, to contemplate their future service to the lodge, to reaffirm their belief in the high purposes of the Order, and to complete the OA induction process. The Brotherhood hike and ceremony are intended as a source of inspiration, motivating its members to render even greater service to Scouting.

Every Arrowman should strive to become a Brotherhood member as soon as he can qualify.

Please be prepared by knowing the following:

  • Order of the Arrow Obligation

  • Order of the Arrow Song

  • Order of the Arrow Admonition

Please be prepared by bringing the following with you:

Letter addressed to the Lodge Secretary. (Should include the following)
Explain what you think the Obligation means,
Describe how you have been fulfilling this Obligation in your troop or team and in your daily life, and how you have used your understanding of the Ordeal to aid in your service, and
Describe your specific plans for giving future service to the lodge program
Cost is $20.00 for a new Sash

Date:
Quantity:
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Rifle Shooting Merit Badge Clinic
Apr
19
to Apr 20

Rifle Shooting Merit Badge Clinic

The Great Salt Lake Council Shooting Sports Committee is proud to present the Rifle Shooting Merit Badge Clinic for a Scout to earn this merit badge. This event is taught by BSA and NRA certified instructors and will be at two locations. Class Room Day 1 Friday at the Bountiful Elks Club and Range Qualifications Day 2 Saturday at the Wasatch Shooters Association Range in Kaysville, UT. A Scout can earn the full merit badge with instruction on Friday evening and shooting on Saturday morning until completed. Training materials, targets, firearms and ammunition will be provided.

Day 1

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Be sure to arrive at 5:45pm to check in

Day 2

9:00am - 2:00pm

Bring your own lunch
Your Scout may finish early depending on how long it takes for them to qualify

Contact

Have questions?

We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about this event. Just reach out to one of the individuals listed below to get started.

 

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Lawrence Knight

Location

This event is a 2-day activity. Scouts must attend both days to complete the merit badge. Also, this activity will have a different location for each day.

Day 1

Bountiful Elks Lodge

550 West 400 North
Bountiful, UT

Day 2

Wasatch Shooters Association (Range)

1649 East 650 North
Kaysville, UT

Price

$10.00 per participant

This fee includes:

  • Training materials

  • Ammunition to qualify

  • Targets

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27th Annual Golf Classic
Apr
24
9:30 AM09:30

27th Annual Golf Classic

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9:30am - 11:30am

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Join us for the 27th Annual Great Salt Lake Council Golf Classic! This year we are holding this event at Topgolf in Midvale, UT. And if you’ve never been to Topgolf, you are missing out.

Every dollar of this event goes to support Scouting here in our community.

Contact

Have a question?

We’ll be happy to help you! Just reach out to one of the folks listed below and they’ll be able to answer all your questions about this great event.

Justin Rice
Development Director

385-234-6539

Lisa Boren
Executive Assistant

385-234-6550

Peter Self
Director of Development

 
Price

$800.00 per team**

$150.00 per individual player

Enjoy one of our two available flights at Topgolf when you register to support this event.

Lunch will be served for each flight. Your registration will also include beverages for each member of your team.

**Six (6) players maximum per team

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Order of the Arrow | Induction
May
3
to May 4

Order of the Arrow | Induction

Order of the Arrow | Induction
40.00

Check In - Plan on checking in at the Induction site between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. of the date of the Ordeal - usually this will be a Friday.

Pick Up - You will be finished about 5:30-6:00 p.m. the next evening (Saturday for most Ordeals).

When a Scout is elected to become a member of the Order of the Arrow, he is not an official member until he completes an "Ordeal" which is an overnight campout where he will sleep out under the stars and perform unselfish service the next day with meager food and without talking to others. This tradition is based on the Delaware Indians, where they would send the young braves out by themselves to serve nature and live off the land, until they could return back to the tribe and be recognized as one who has grown closer to nature and is ready to become a member of the brotherhood within the tribe leaders. Please register below for the ordeal of your choice in the Registration area of this website. All BSA safety guidelines are followed during the Ordeal, and there is no hazing or forbidden activities taking place during the Induction Weekend.

Agenda

The Ordeal will consist of a special campfire on Friday night. You will be given a place to sleep and placed on silence for the 24 hour period. The next day you will be involved in service in and around the Induction site. It will be service that needs to be done at the camp or for the civic organization where we are holding the Ordeal. You will be on silence during this period of time. Meals will be provided and you are not allowed to bring any food. If you need special foods or have special medical needs during the Induction Weekend, please note that on your medical form and email the Lodge Adviser right away so your personal needs can be evaluated prior to showing up for the Ordeal. At the conclusion of the Ordeal you will attend a final campfire where your sash will be presented and you will be formally inducted as an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow. There will be no hazing or similar activities at the Induction Weekend. It is a time for you to reflect on your commitment to Scouting and to make some personal commitments.

Registration

Online Registration is open until about 2 days before each Induction Weekend. At the door registrations are discouraged, but can be allowed at the discretion of the Lodge Adviser (an additional fee will be charged for at the door registrations).

Please be prepared by bringing a copy of your BSA medical form with you and the following:

  • Sleeping Bag and Ground cloth or Tarp that can be pulled over top of you in case of bad weather

  • Scout Uniform

  • Work clothes and work gloves

  • Personal medications and personal hygiene Items that may be needed.

  • Canteen or water bottle

  • Small flashlight

  • Extra clothes or coats that may be needed due to the climate and weather conditions

Date:
Quantity:
Register Today
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Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
May
4
1:00 PM13:00

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
20.00

Achieving Brotherhood is an important moment in an Arrowman's career. The Brotherhood is an opportunity for members to evaluate their unit service since their Ordeal, to contemplate their future service to the lodge, to reaffirm their belief in the high purposes of the Order, and to complete the OA induction process. The Brotherhood hike and ceremony are intended as a source of inspiration, motivating its members to render even greater service to Scouting.

Every Arrowman should strive to become a Brotherhood member as soon as he can qualify.

Please be prepared by knowing the following:

  • Order of the Arrow Obligation

  • Order of the Arrow Song

  • Order of the Arrow Admonition

Please be prepared by bringing the following with you:

Letter addressed to the Lodge Secretary. (Should include the following)
Explain what you think the Obligation means,
Describe how you have been fulfilling this Obligation in your troop or team and in your daily life, and how you have used your understanding of the Ordeal to aid in your service, and
Describe your specific plans for giving future service to the lodge program
Cost is $20.00 for a new Sash

Date:
Quantity:
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Family Scouting Spring Fling
May
15
4:00 PM16:00

Family Scouting Spring Fling

We are very excited that the Great Salt Lake Council and the Boy Scouts of America are now welcoming the whole family to participate in all of our programs!

With the launch of Cub Scouts for girls in 2018 and Scouts BSA for girls earlier this year, we are ready to celebrate! All of our council’s youth members, leaders, families (including siblings), and friends are invited to attend an evening of fun, food, fellowship, and recognition at the Tracy Aviary on May 15.

Youth will have the opportunity to earn the Tracy Aviary Institution patch for Scouts. Everyone will have the opportunity to experience a wild bird encounter led by Tracy Aviary staff, learn more about Family Scouting and other program opportunities offered by our council and the BSA, and most of all have a blast with their fellow Scouts, Scouters, and their families!

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Trainer's EDGE
May
18
8:00 AM08:00

Trainer's EDGE

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We invite all Scouts (14 years old & up) and Scouters to attend. This course date is the "last chance" for camp staff, National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) staff and summer Wood Badge course staff members. Save $5 by signing up on or before May 3, 2019. Instruction ends at 3 PM, followed by awards concluding at 3:30 PM.

Cracker barrel is provided, but please bring your own lunch. Location is subject to change, so please double check website close to course date.

Contact

Have additional questions? Reach out to us & we’ll be happy to help!

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Tim Cunningham
Trainer’s EDGE

Price

$15.00 per person**

Register before May 3, 2019 and receive $5.00 off of your registration.

Registration will end May 15, 2019.


Cancellation/Refund Policy

Event Specific

All fees are fully refundable until May 15, 2019. After May 15, 2019 fees may be transferred to the August 17th course.

No refunds will be given after May 15, 2019

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Scout Night | Clark Planetarium
May
25
9:00 AM09:00

Scout Night | Clark Planetarium

Clark Planetarium    is a proud supporter of the Boy Scouts of America

Clark Planetarium is a proud supporter of the Boy Scouts of America

Overview

Looking for an immersive activity for your Scout to participate in? Well look no further! Clark Planetarium will make sure that as your Scout works towards earning their Astronomy merit badge, they will become inspired to look to the stars.

This unique experience will allow your & your Scouts to experience Clark Planetarium’s Hansen Dome Theatre along with their other exhibits.

Contact

Have additional questions? Reach out to the Clark Planetarium by clicking the button listed below.

FAQ's

Have questions? Click the button below to learn more about Scout Night at the Clark Planetarium.

Fee Information

$8.00 per Scout

Includes:

Merit badge workbook
Ticket to Hansen Dome Theatre

$4.00 per adult

Includes:

Ticket to Hansen Dome Theatre

Schedule

9:00am Planetarium doors open
9:15am Scouts pick up worksheets and work on exhibit area requirements
9:45am Program begins in Hansen Dome Theatre (Scouts will work to complete the remaining requirements in the Theatre)
12:15pm Theatre program ends
12:15pm - 12:45pm Review of individual worksheets by planetarium merit badge counselors and signing of merit badge cards


Ticketing for this event is managed by the Clark Planetarium. The Great Salt Lake Council has no information nor control regarding ticketing for this event. Please contact Clark Planetarium directly with any questions.

 
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Summer Camp | Week 1
Jun
10
to Jun 15

Summer Camp | Week 1

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - Sessions 1, 2, 3

Camp Imagination - Sessions 1, 2, 3

Webelos Adventure Hollow

Sessions 1, 2, 3

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

CLOSED until June 17, 2019

Camp Steiner

CLOSED until July 18, 2019

Camp Tracy

CLOSED until July 18, 2019

East Fork Scout Camp at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED until June 17, 2019

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED until June 17, 2019

Teton High Adventure Base

CLOSED until June 17, 2019

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Camp Sunrise

CLOSED until June 17, 2019

Camp Traci for Girls

CLOSED until June 25, 2019

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Order of the Arrow | Lodge Fellowship
Jun
12
to Jun 15

Order of the Arrow | Lodge Fellowship

  • Hinckley Scout Ranch | Larsen Lodge (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summer Fellowship is the Final Lodge event of the 2018-2019 year. Fun Fun Fun is the schedule. Activities, programs, Merit Badges, Games, Service, and of course GREAT FOOD!

INTERESTED IN BEING ON STAFF?
Events are being planned and staff members are needed. Contact us if you are interested in being on staff and we will get the Chairman and Vice Chief to get a hold of you.

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Order of the Arrow | Induction
Jun
12
to Jun 13

Order of the Arrow | Induction

Order of the Arrow | Induction
40.00

Check In - Plan on checking in at the Induction site between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. of the date of the Ordeal - usually this will be a Friday.

Pick Up - You will be finished about 5:30-6:00 p.m. the next evening (Saturday for most Ordeals).

When a Scout is elected to become a member of the Order of the Arrow, he is not an official member until he completes an "Ordeal" which is an overnight campout where he will sleep out under the stars and perform unselfish service the next day with meager food and without talking to others. This tradition is based on the Delaware Indians, where they would send the young braves out by themselves to serve nature and live off the land, until they could return back to the tribe and be recognized as one who has grown closer to nature and is ready to become a member of the brotherhood within the tribe leaders. Please register below for the ordeal of your choice in the Registration area of this website. All BSA safety guidelines are followed during the Ordeal, and there is no hazing or forbidden activities taking place during the Induction Weekend.

Agenda

The Ordeal will consist of a special campfire on Friday night. You will be given a place to sleep and placed on silence for the 24 hour period. The next day you will be involved in service in and around the Induction site. It will be service that needs to be done at the camp or for the civic organization where we are holding the Ordeal. You will be on silence during this period of time. Meals will be provided and you are not allowed to bring any food. If you need special foods or have special medical needs during the Induction Weekend, please note that on your medical form and email the Lodge Adviser right away so your personal needs can be evaluated prior to showing up for the Ordeal. At the conclusion of the Ordeal you will attend a final campfire where your sash will be presented and you will be formally inducted as an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow. There will be no hazing or similar activities at the Induction Weekend. It is a time for you to reflect on your commitment to Scouting and to make some personal commitments.

Registration

Online Registration is open until about 2 days before each Induction Weekend. At the door registrations are discouraged, but can be allowed at the discretion of the Lodge Adviser (an additional fee will be charged for at the door registrations).

Please be prepared by bringing a copy of your BSA medical form with you and the following:

  • Sleeping Bag and Ground cloth or Tarp that can be pulled over top of you in case of bad weather

  • Scout Uniform

  • Work clothes and work gloves

  • Personal medications and personal hygiene Items that may be needed.

  • Canteen or water bottle

  • Small flashlight

  • Extra clothes or coats that may be needed due to the climate and weather conditions

Date:
Quantity:
Register Today
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Wood Badge | Course 2
Jun
13
to Jun 15

Wood Badge | Course 2

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Session Dates
June 13 - 15 & June 20 - 22

The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Mark Lawrence
Course Director

Price

$200 per person

This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

Need Assistance?

Through the generous donations of fellow volunteers, those wishing to attend Wood Badge may request financial assistance. Please fill out the online scholarship application by clicking the button below.


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the deposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

Schedule

May 6, 2019

Event fees are due in full.

June 20 - 22, 2019

The first weekend of this 2 weekend course will be held.

June 27 - 29, 2019

The second weekend of this 2 weekend course will be held.

Staff Fees
Wood Badge Staff Fees
50.00
Select Course:
Quantity:
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Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood

  • Hinckley Scout Ranch | Larsen Lodge (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Time TBD

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
20.00

Achieving Brotherhood is an important moment in an Arrowman's career. The Brotherhood is an opportunity for members to evaluate their unit service since their Ordeal, to contemplate their future service to the lodge, to reaffirm their belief in the high purposes of the Order, and to complete the OA induction process. The Brotherhood hike and ceremony are intended as a source of inspiration, motivating its members to render even greater service to Scouting.

Every Arrowman should strive to become a Brotherhood member as soon as he can qualify.

Please be prepared by knowing the following:

  • Order of the Arrow Obligation

  • Order of the Arrow Song

  • Order of the Arrow Admonition

Please be prepared by bringing the following with you:

Letter addressed to the Lodge Secretary. (Should include the following)
Explain what you think the Obligation means,
Describe how you have been fulfilling this Obligation in your troop or team and in your daily life, and how you have used your understanding of the Ordeal to aid in your service, and
Describe your specific plans for giving future service to the lodge program
Cost is $20.00 for a new Sash

Date:
Quantity:
Register Today
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Vision 2020: A New Philmont Opportunity For Latter-Day Saint Families
Jun
15
to Jun 22

Vision 2020: A New Philmont Opportunity For Latter-Day Saint Families

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This course will provide specific support, training, and information to help Latter-Day Saint Scouting families find a new chapter organization, start a Scouting unit, organize a committee, recruit youth, train adult and youth leaders, fund raise, develop an annual plan, and learn other skills necessary to continue their Scouting journey with energy, increased knowledge, and optimism in 2020.

 

Price

  • Conference Attendee - $555.00

  • Silverado (Adults 20+) - $395.00

  • Mountain Trek (Age 14-20) - $440.00

  • Youth at PTC (Age 14-20) - $335.00

  • Children (Age 5-13) - $210.00

  • Children (Age 0-4) - $105.00


Cancellation/Refund Policy

If you need to cancel, we must be notified in writing 30 days prior to the first day of your conference and a $100 processing fee will be applied. If you cancel within 30 days of the start of your conference, a processing fee of $150 will be applied. Processing fees are only applied to the conference participant, not family members. Submit via email to philmont.trainingcenter@scouting.org.

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Summer Camp | Week 2
Jun
17
to Jun 22

Summer Camp | Week 2

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - Sessions 4, 5, 6

Camp Imagination - Sessions 4, 5, 6

Webelos Adventure Hollow

Sessions 4, 5, 6

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

Week 1

Camp Steiner

CLOSED until July 18, 2019

Camp Tracy

CLOSED until July 18, 2019

East Fork Scout Camp at Hinckley Scout Ranch

Week 1

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

Week 1

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 3 & 4

Bechler Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Lamar Valley Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Shoshone Canoe Trek

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Tour of Yellowstone

Week 2

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Camp Sunrise

Week 1

Camp Traci for Girls

CLOSED until June 25, 2019

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Wood Badge | Association Dinner & Critter Reunion
Jun
22
6:30 PM18:30

Wood Badge | Association Dinner & Critter Reunion

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Wood Badge Association

“…back to Gillwell, happy land, I’m Going to work my ticket if I can!”

The Wood Badge Association promotes Wood Badge Training for all Scouters. Whatever Family of Scouting you work in, Wood Badge Training makes a difference.

You’ll find a gentle fire burning whenever you return. Remember the feelings you have had and the benefits you’ve received from Wood Badge Training. Join us in extending these same benefits and feelings to other Scout leaders who haven’t been “on the Mountain”.

Be a part of continuing that “Wood Badge Spirit” and help others to have the opportunity to attend future courses. Find out about membership in the Association and how your service can make a difference. Check out upcoming courses, browse the Quartermaster’s Store, or read the latest news in the “Critter Chronicles'“, the newsletter of the Wood Badge Association. Whatever you do, check back often and be a part of the “Game with a Purpose”.

MISSION OF THE WOOD BADGE ASSOCIATION

The Mission of the Wood Badge Association is, to provide the Boy Scouts of America, and the Great Salt Lake Council, with a highly trained and experienced resources, focused on adult leader training, care, and enhancement of special training properties.

This will be accomplished with the help of committee members who help organize and arrange for Scholarships, Promoting Courses, Special Projects Recognition, Finances, Memberships, and Quartermaster Responsibilities.

Menu

BBQ chicken & ribs… tender juicy chicken and boneless pork ribs smothered in Meier’s proprietary tangy - sweet BBQ sauce, served with glazed orange rolls

Price

$17 per person

$32 per couple

Documents & Flyers
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Summer Camp | Week 3
Jun
24
to Jun 29

Summer Camp | Week 3

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - Sessions 7, 8 (Twilight), 9

Camp Imagination - Sessions 7, 8, 9

Webelos Adventure Hollow

Sessions 8, 9

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

Week 2

Camp Steiner

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Camp Tracy

CLOSED until July 18, 2019

East Fork Scout Camp at Hinckley Scout Ranch

Week 2

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

Week 2

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 3 & 4

Bechler Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Lamar Valley Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Shoshone Canoe Trek

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Tour of Yellowstone

Week 2

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National Youth Leadership Training | Course 1
Jun
24
to Jun 29

National Youth Leadership Training | Course 1

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National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is an exciting, action-packed program designed for councils to provide youth members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops or crews, and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he or she must KNOW, and what he or she must DO.

The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO.

The skills come alive during the week as the Scouts and Venturers go on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership. NYLT is a co-ed six-day course, staffed primarily by youth NYLT alumni.

Classes are held in an outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.

Please note: the BSA-created curriculum includes a realistic simulation of a first aid event. Scouts should Be Prepared to learn how to provide aid in a real life situation.

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Doug Later
Course Director

Brad Debry
NYLT Council Coordinator

Leo Monsen
NYLT Council Advisor

Documents & Flyers
Price

$180 per participant

This includes food, lodging, patrol equipment, participant notebook, t-shirt, & program supplies.


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due one (1) week prior to the beginning of the course. NO ONSITE REGISTRATIONS will be accepted.

Staff

Did you love your NYLT experience? Want to ensure others have a great time at it just like you did? Apply to join NYLT staff where you’ll be able to put the skills you learned at NYLT to use. Click the button below to get started.


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Summer Camp | Week 4
Jul
1
to Jul 6

Summer Camp | Week 4

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Camp Imagination - CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Webelos Adventure Hollow

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Camp Steiner

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Camp Tracy

CLOSED until July 18, 2019

East Fork Scout Camp at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 5

Bechler Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Lamar Valley Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Shoshone Canoe Trek

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Tour of Yellowstone

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

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Camp Sunrise

CLOSED until July 8, 2019

Camp Traci for Girls

CLOSED until July 9, 2019

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Summer Camp | Week 5
Jul
8
to Jul 13

Summer Camp | Week 5

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - Sessions 10 & 12

Camp Imagination - Sessions 10, 11 (Twilight), 12

Webelos Adventure Hollow

Sessions 10, 11, 12

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 6 & 7

Bechler Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Lamar Valley Trek

CLOSED until July 15, 2019

Shoshone Canoe Trek

Session 1 (Groups 1 & 2)

Tour of Yellowstone

Week 3

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Summer Camp | Week 6
Jul
15
to Jul 20

Summer Camp | Week 6

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - Sessions 13 & 15

Camp Imagination - Sessions 13

Webelos Adventure Hollow

Sessions 13, 14 (Twilight), & 15

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 8 & 9

Bechler Trek

Session 1 (Groups 1 & 2)

Lamar Valley Trek

Session 1 (Groups 1 & 2)

Shoshone Canoe Trek

Session 2 (Groups 1 & 2)

Tour of Yellowstone

Week 4

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National Youth Leadership Training | Course 2 Coup Trail
Jul
15
to Jul 20

National Youth Leadership Training | Course 2 Coup Trail

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National Youth Leadership Training is excited to have the Order of the Arrow hosting the Coup Trail Course which is open to all Order of the Arrowmen that would like to learn new leadership skills .


National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is an exciting, action-packed program designed for councils to provide youth members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops or crews, and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he or she must KNOW, and what he or she must DO.

The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO.

The skills come alive during the week as the Scouts and Venturers go on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership. NYLT is a co-ed six-day course, staffed primarily by youth NYLT alumni.

Classes are held in an outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.

Please note: the BSA-created curriculum includes a realistic simulation of a first aid event. Scouts should Be Prepared to learn how to provide aid in a real life situation.

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Russ Baker
Course Director

Brad Debry
NYLT Council Coordinator

Leo Monsen
NYLT Council Advisor

Documents & Flyers
Price

$180 per participant

This includes food, lodging, patrol equipment, participant notebook, t-shirt, & program supplies.


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due one (1) week prior to the beginning of the course. NO ONSITE REGISTRATIONS will be accepted.

Staff

Did you love your NYLT experience? Want to ensure others have a great time at it just like you did? Apply to join NYLT staff where you’ll be able to put the skills you learned at NYLT to use. Click the button below to get started.


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Summer Camp | Week 7
Jul
22
to Jul 27

Summer Camp | Week 7

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - CLOSED for the season

Camp Imagination - CLOSED for the season

Webelos Adventure Hollow

CLOSED for the season

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 10 & 11

Bechler Trek

Session 2 (Groups 1 & 2)

Lamar Valley Trek

Session 2 (Groups 1 & 2)

Shoshone Canoe Trek

Session 3 (Groups 1 & 2)

Tour of Yellowstone

Week 5

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Camp Sunrise

Week 5

Camp Traci for Girls

CLOSED for the season

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Merit Badge Adventure | Session 1
Jul
25
to Jul 27

Merit Badge Adventure | Session 1

This special merit badge event held at Camp Tracy will give your Scout the opportunity to participate in some merit badge adventures that they may have not been able to participate in at summer camp this year. Some of the the merit badges that will be offered include:

  • Shotgun Shooting

  • Archery

  • Swimming

  • Lifesaving

  • Photography

  • And more!

Not able to attend this session?

That’s okay! We have another available for you and your Scout to attend. Click here to find out more information on that event.


Price

This event is a la carte meaning that you and your Scout have complete control of how you participate.

Scouts & Adults

Supervised Youth Staying Overnight
$5.00 per night

Provisional** Youth (overnight included)
$50.00 per day

Meals
$7.00 per meal

**A Scout may participate in this event without their troop or parent/guardian in attendance. They must register as a provisional youth where we will assign them to a provisional troop during the event. For more information about provisional troops, click here.

 

Merit Badge Adventures

Prices include materials & kits

Archery - $15.00

Basketry - $15.00

Canoeing - $15.00

Chess - $10.00

Environmental Science - $32.50

Fingerprinting - $10.00

Indian Lore - $30.00

Leatherwork - $17.00

Lifesaving - $20.00

Photography - $10.00

Rifle Shooting - $15.00

Shotgun Shooting - $25.00

Swim Check/Lessons - $5.00

Swimming - $10.00

Wilderness Survival - $25.00

Woodcarving - $20.00

Schedule

7:00am - 8:00am Breakfast **

8:00am - 12:00pm Merit Badge Adventures

12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch

1:00pm - 5:00pm Merit Badge Adventures

5:00pm - 6:00pm Dinner ++

6:00pm - 8:00pm Merit Badge Adventures

** Day 2 and 3 only

++ Day 1 and 2 only

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663


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Summer Camp | Week 8
Jul
29
to Aug 3

Summer Camp | Week 8

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - CLOSED for the season

Camp Imagination - CLOSED for the season

Webelos Adventure Hollow

CLOSED for the season

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 12 & 13

Bechler Trek

Session 3 (Groups 1 & 2)

Lamar Valley Trek

Session 3 (Groups 1 & 2)

Shoshone Canoe Trek

Session 4 (Groups 1 & 2)

Tour of Yellowstone

Week 6

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Camp Sunrise

Week 6

Camp Traci for Girls

CLOSED for the season

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National Youth Leadership Training | Course 3
Jul
29
to Aug 3

National Youth Leadership Training | Course 3

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National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is an exciting, action-packed program designed for councils to provide youth members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops or crews, and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he or she must KNOW, and what he or she must DO.

The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO.

The skills come alive during the week as the Scouts and Venturers go on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership. NYLT is a co-ed six-day course, staffed primarily by youth NYLT alumni.

Classes are held in an outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.

Please note: the BSA-created curriculum includes a realistic simulation of a first aid event. Scouts should Be Prepared to learn how to provide aid in a real life situation.

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Marc Giauque
Course Director

Brad Debry
NYLT Council Coordinator

Leo Monsen
NYLT Council Advisor

Documents & Flyers
Price

$180 per participant

This includes food, lodging, patrol equipment, participant notebook, t-shirt, & program supplies.


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due one (1) week prior to the beginning of the course. NO ONSITE REGISTRATIONS will be accepted.

Staff

Did you love your NYLT experience? Want to ensure others have a great time at it just like you did? Apply to join NYLT staff where you’ll be able to put the skills you learned at NYLT to use. Click the button below to get started.


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Merit Badge Adventure | Session 2
Aug
1
to Aug 3

Merit Badge Adventure | Session 2

This special merit badge event held at Camp Tracy will give your Scout the opportunity to participate in some merit badge adventures that they may have not been able to participate in at summer camp this year. Some of the the merit badges that will be offered include:

  • Shotgun Shooting

  • Archery

  • Swimming

  • Lifesaving

  • Photography

  • And more!

Not able to attend this session?

That’s okay! We have another available for you and your Scout to attend. Click here to find out more information on that event.


Price

This event is a la carte meaning that you and your Scout have complete control of how you participate.

Scouts & Adults

Supervised Youth Staying Overnight
$5.00 per night

Provisional** Youth (overnight included)
$50.00 per day

Meals
$7.00 per meal

**A Scout may participate in this event without their troop or parent/guardian in attendance. They must register as a provisional youth where we will assign them to a provisional troop during the event. For more information about provisional troops, click here.

 

Merit Badge Adventures

Prices include materials & kits

Archery - $15.00

Basketry - $15.00

Canoeing - $15.00

Chess - $10.00

Environmental Science - $32.50

Fingerprinting - $10.00

Indian Lore - $30.00

Leatherwork - $17.00

Lifesaving - $20.00

Photography - $10.00

Rifle Shooting - $15.00

Shotgun Shooting - $25.00

Swim Check/Lessons - $5.00

Swimming - $10.00

Wilderness Survival - $25.00

Woodcarving - $20.00

Schedule

7:00am - 8:00am Breakfast **

8:00am - 12:00pm Merit Badge Adventures

12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch

1:00pm - 5:00pm Merit Badge Adventures

5:00pm - 6:00pm Dinner ++

6:00pm - 8:00pm Merit Badge Adventures

** Day 2 and 3 only

++ Day 1 and 2 only

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663


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Summer Camp | Week 9
Aug
5
to Aug 10

Summer Camp | Week 9

This page is designed to be a reference as to which camps are happening during which week. We invite you to visit the individual camp pages to find out more details regarding the programs offered as well as availability of each session/week of camp.

Questions?

We have an amazing team who is prepared to answer your questions about attending camp. Just click the button below to give them a call.

CAMPS & EVENTS DESK
801-582-3663


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Cub Country

Camp Adventure - CLOSED for the season

Camp Imagination - CLOSED for the season

Webelos Adventure Hollow

CLOSED for the season

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

CLOSED for the season

Camp Steiner

Week 5

Camp Tracy

CLOSED for the season

East Fork Scout Camp at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED for the season

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Ridgeline High Adventure at Hinckley Scout Ranch

CLOSED for the season

Teton High Adventure Base

Base Camp

Session 14 & 15

Bechler Trek

Session 4 (Groups 1 & 2)

Lamar Valley Trek

Session 4 (Groups 1 & 2)

Shoshone Canoe Trek

Session 5 (Groups 1 & 2)

Tour of Yellowstone

Week 7

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Camp Sunrise

CLOSED for the season

Camp Traci for Girls

CLOSED for the season

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Leave No Trace | Master Educator Course
Aug
12
to Aug 17

Leave No Trace | Master Educator Course

  • Monson Lodge Training Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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Course Options

Trek Option: Needs a minimum of 6 participants to run. Participants will join the non-trek course for 2 days and then have the opportunity to take a short backpacking trip into the High Uintas Wilderness for the field experience portion of their training.

2019 Leave No Trace Master Educator Course

August 12-17 – Hinckley Scout Ranch, Utah

This internationally-recognized course is the top tier of Leave No Trace training and provides participants with an in-depth look at the skills and ethics of Leave No Trace. In addition to practical applications of Leave No Trace in the field, participants will also learn about various teaching styles and effective communication techniques. Graduates are qualified to teach Leave no Trace Trainer Courses, Awareness Courses, and teach at other venues.

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Non-Trek Option: Need a minimum of 6 participants. Participants will be combined with the Trek course for 2 days and then camp in a primitive area for their field experience. This option does not require hiking.

Both options MUST fill if each one is to run. The default is non-trek if not enough people sign up for the trek option.

Portions of the course will take place at the world-class training facility in the Monson Lodge at Hinckley Scout Ranch.

Cost: $275 per person (a STEAL of a deal)

Contact: Cassie or Matthew Durrant

lnt.gslc@gmail.com

matthew.durrant@scouting.org

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Trainer's EDGE
Aug
17
8:00 AM08:00

Trainer's EDGE

  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We invite all Scouts (14 years old & up) and Scouters to attend. This course date is the "last chance" for University of Scouting and fall Wood Badge course staff members. Next course will be in the Spring, 2020.

Save $5 by signing up on or before August 2, 2019.

Instruction ends at 3 PM, followed by awards concluding at 3:30 PM.

Cracker barrel is provided, but please bring your own lunch. Location is subject to change, so please double check website close to course date.

Contact

Have additional questions? Reach out to us & we’ll be happy to help!

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Tim Cunningham
Trainer’s EDGE

Price

$15.00 per person**

Register before August 2, 2019 and receive $5.00 off of your registration.

Registration will end August 14, 2019.


Cancellation/Refund Policy

Event Specific

All fees are fully refundable until August 14, 2019. After August 14, 2019, no refunds will be given.

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Wood Badge | Course 3
Sep
5
to Sep 7

Wood Badge | Course 3

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Session Dates
September 5 - 7 & September 12 - 14

The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Kurt Mills
Course Director

Price

$200 per person

This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

Need Assistance?

Through the generous donations of fellow volunteers, those wishing to attend Wood Badge may request financial assistance. Please fill out the online scholarship application by clicking the button below.


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the deposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

Schedule

July 22, 2019

Event fees are due in full.

September 5 - 7, 2019

The first weekend of this 2 weekend course will be held.

September 12 - 14, 2019

The second weekend of this 2 weekend course will be held.

Staff Fees
Wood Badge Staff Fees
50.00
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Quantity:
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Leave No Trace | 101
Sep
11
6:00 PM18:00

Leave No Trace | 101

  • Scout Leadership & Service Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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The Boy Scouts of America - Leave No Trace 101 course is designed to give Scouts and Scouters the training they need to successfully practice Leave No Trace on their outings. Leave No Trace is important as we strive to live by the Outdoor Code, follow the Scout Oath & Law, protect nature, and leave a good impression with others. 

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Matthew Durrant
Professional Adviser

Cassie Durrant
Course Director

Fee Information

$10.00 per person

Includes:

Course material

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Cowboy Action Shoot
Sep
13
7:00 AM07:00

Cowboy Action Shoot

  • "Big Salty Range" Wasatch Action Shooting Range (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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COST:   $15.00 per participant before 8/26/2019

$20.00 per participant after 8/26/2019

    Optional Breakfast: $5.00 per participant

    Optional Pre-shoot: $4.00 per participant

REFUND POLICY: Receive 50 percent refund if cancellation made before September 3. No refunds after September 3 and no refund for no-shows

TRAINING: The CAS event training is free to all available youth.
It is a requirement that all youth under 21 attends one, two-hour training session prior to the event. There are 6 available sessions to choose from. (See schedule below)
NOTE: If you have the training previously, you do not have to take it again. You will
             have to show your training card at the event to participate.

PRE-SHOOT: The CAS Pre-shoot/Service Project sessions are available to allow participants shooting practice for two CAS timed event stages and will allow them to complete one hour of service at the range.
There are 6 available sessions to choose from.  You may choose to participate in one to all 6 sessions. (See schedule below)

EVENT FEES INCLUDE: Event registration, Friday night western entertainment program, award recognition for best outfit and alias story, ammunition, use of firearms, and the best Older Scout western shooting experience. There is an extra charge for pre-shoot and western style chuck-wagon breakfast.

When registering, include the youth and adults options:
      Youth and Adult Chuckwagon Breakfast
      Youth and Adult Pre-Shoot available times (6 sessions)
      Youth Training Sessions times (6 sessions) ensure adult comes with youth.

 

Cowboy Action Shoot Sheriffs Badge
2 ¾ by 2 ¾ inch Shiny Copper 5 star with silver 6 shooter pistol inlaid sheriffs badge is proud to sponsor this sheriffs badge
to all youth and adults of scouting.
Pre-Event Sales - Cost is $17.00
It is part of registration process or pre-sales order form below.
Be the first to wear your Sheriffs Badge and start your
tradition to wear it at the event.

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If you have further questions regarding this event, please  contact:

Myron Rasmussen at 801-641-8570 or email:  mdrasmu@gmail.com
Leo Monsen at (801) 582-3663 or email:  leo.monsen@scouting.org

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Order of the Arrow | Induction
Sep
13
to Sep 14

Order of the Arrow | Induction

Order of the Arrow | Induction
40.00

Check In - Plan on checking in at the Induction site between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. of the date of the Ordeal - usually this will be a Friday.

Pick Up - You will be finished about 5:30-6:00 p.m. the next evening (Saturday for most Ordeals).

When a Scout is elected to become a member of the Order of the Arrow, he is not an official member until he completes an "Ordeal" which is an overnight campout where he will sleep out under the stars and perform unselfish service the next day with meager food and without talking to others. This tradition is based on the Delaware Indians, where they would send the young braves out by themselves to serve nature and live off the land, until they could return back to the tribe and be recognized as one who has grown closer to nature and is ready to become a member of the brotherhood within the tribe leaders. Please register below for the ordeal of your choice in the Registration area of this website. All BSA safety guidelines are followed during the Ordeal, and there is no hazing or forbidden activities taking place during the Induction Weekend.

Agenda

The Ordeal will consist of a special campfire on Friday night. You will be given a place to sleep and placed on silence for the 24 hour period. The next day you will be involved in service in and around the Induction site. It will be service that needs to be done at the camp or for the civic organization where we are holding the Ordeal. You will be on silence during this period of time. Meals will be provided and you are not allowed to bring any food. If you need special foods or have special medical needs during the Induction Weekend, please note that on your medical form and email the Lodge Adviser right away so your personal needs can be evaluated prior to showing up for the Ordeal. At the conclusion of the Ordeal you will attend a final campfire where your sash will be presented and you will be formally inducted as an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow. There will be no hazing or similar activities at the Induction Weekend. It is a time for you to reflect on your commitment to Scouting and to make some personal commitments.

Registration

Online Registration is open until about 2 days before each Induction Weekend. At the door registrations are discouraged, but can be allowed at the discretion of the Lodge Adviser (an additional fee will be charged for at the door registrations).

Please be prepared by bringing a copy of your BSA medical form with you and the following:

  • Sleeping Bag and Ground cloth or Tarp that can be pulled over top of you in case of bad weather

  • Scout Uniform

  • Work clothes and work gloves

  • Personal medications and personal hygiene Items that may be needed.

  • Canteen or water bottle

  • Small flashlight

  • Extra clothes or coats that may be needed due to the climate and weather conditions

Date:
Quantity:
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Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
Sep
14
6:00 PM18:00

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
20.00

Achieving Brotherhood is an important moment in an Arrowman's career. The Brotherhood is an opportunity for members to evaluate their unit service since their Ordeal, to contemplate their future service to the lodge, to reaffirm their belief in the high purposes of the Order, and to complete the OA induction process. The Brotherhood hike and ceremony are intended as a source of inspiration, motivating its members to render even greater service to Scouting.

Every Arrowman should strive to become a Brotherhood member as soon as he can qualify.

Please be prepared by knowing the following:

  • Order of the Arrow Obligation

  • Order of the Arrow Song

  • Order of the Arrow Admonition

Please be prepared by bringing the following with you:

Letter addressed to the Lodge Secretary. (Should include the following)
Explain what you think the Obligation means,
Describe how you have been fulfilling this Obligation in your troop or team and in your daily life, and how you have used your understanding of the Ordeal to aid in your service, and
Describe your specific plans for giving future service to the lodge program
Cost is $20.00 for a new Sash

Date:
Quantity:
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Order of the Arrow | Induction
Oct
11
to Oct 12

Order of the Arrow | Induction

Order of the Arrow | Induction
40.00

Check In - Plan on checking in at the Induction site between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. of the date of the Ordeal - usually this will be a Friday.

Pick Up - You will be finished about 5:30-6:00 p.m. the next evening (Saturday for most Ordeals).

When a Scout is elected to become a member of the Order of the Arrow, he is not an official member until he completes an "Ordeal" which is an overnight campout where he will sleep out under the stars and perform unselfish service the next day with meager food and without talking to others. This tradition is based on the Delaware Indians, where they would send the young braves out by themselves to serve nature and live off the land, until they could return back to the tribe and be recognized as one who has grown closer to nature and is ready to become a member of the brotherhood within the tribe leaders. Please register below for the ordeal of your choice in the Registration area of this website. All BSA safety guidelines are followed during the Ordeal, and there is no hazing or forbidden activities taking place during the Induction Weekend.

Agenda

The Ordeal will consist of a special campfire on Friday night. You will be given a place to sleep and placed on silence for the 24 hour period. The next day you will be involved in service in and around the Induction site. It will be service that needs to be done at the camp or for the civic organization where we are holding the Ordeal. You will be on silence during this period of time. Meals will be provided and you are not allowed to bring any food. If you need special foods or have special medical needs during the Induction Weekend, please note that on your medical form and email the Lodge Adviser right away so your personal needs can be evaluated prior to showing up for the Ordeal. At the conclusion of the Ordeal you will attend a final campfire where your sash will be presented and you will be formally inducted as an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow. There will be no hazing or similar activities at the Induction Weekend. It is a time for you to reflect on your commitment to Scouting and to make some personal commitments.

Registration

Online Registration is open until about 2 days before each Induction Weekend. At the door registrations are discouraged, but can be allowed at the discretion of the Lodge Adviser (an additional fee will be charged for at the door registrations).

Please be prepared by bringing a copy of your BSA medical form with you and the following:

  • Sleeping Bag and Ground cloth or Tarp that can be pulled over top of you in case of bad weather

  • Scout Uniform

  • Work clothes and work gloves

  • Personal medications and personal hygiene Items that may be needed.

  • Canteen or water bottle

  • Small flashlight

  • Extra clothes or coats that may be needed due to the climate and weather conditions

Date:
Quantity:
Register Today
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Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
Oct
12
1:00 PM13:00

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood

Order of the Arrow | Brotherhood
20.00

Achieving Brotherhood is an important moment in an Arrowman's career. The Brotherhood is an opportunity for members to evaluate their unit service since their Ordeal, to contemplate their future service to the lodge, to reaffirm their belief in the high purposes of the Order, and to complete the OA induction process. The Brotherhood hike and ceremony are intended as a source of inspiration, motivating its members to render even greater service to Scouting.

Every Arrowman should strive to become a Brotherhood member as soon as he can qualify.

Please be prepared by knowing the following:

  • Order of the Arrow Obligation

  • Order of the Arrow Song

  • Order of the Arrow Admonition

Please be prepared by bringing the following with you:

Letter addressed to the Lodge Secretary. (Should include the following)
Explain what you think the Obligation means,
Describe how you have been fulfilling this Obligation in your troop or team and in your daily life, and how you have used your understanding of the Ordeal to aid in your service, and
Describe your specific plans for giving future service to the lodge program
Cost is $20.00 for a new Sash

Date:
Quantity:
Register Today
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Leave No Trace | 101
Nov
13
6:00 PM18:00

Leave No Trace | 101

  • Scout Leadership & Service Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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The Boy Scouts of America - Leave No Trace 101 course is designed to give Scouts and Scouters the training they need to successfully practice Leave No Trace on their outings. Leave No Trace is important as we strive to live by the Outdoor Code, follow the Scout Oath & Law, protect nature, and leave a good impression with others. 

Contact

Have questions that you’d like answered? We’re happy to help.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Matthew Durrant
Professional Adviser

Cassie Durrant
Course Director

Fee Information

$10.00 per person

Includes:

Course material

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Scouting for Food  | Utah Food Bank
Mar
16
9:00 AM09:00

Scouting for Food | Utah Food Bank

Please join local Scouts as they help fight hunger statewide by filling a bag with nutritious non-perishable food donations, then leave it on your porch by 9:00 a.m. on March 16, 2019. Utah Food Bank asks that you utilize any bag or box you already have at your home. If you live in an area that receives a bag in lieu of a door hanger, please utilize the bag you receive! Look for a reminder door hanger (or yellow bag in some areas) during the week leading up to the event!

We accept commercially packaged non-perishable food items and appreciate products low in sodium, sugar and corn syrup. Most needed items include soup, chili, canned meats (tuna/chicken), peanut butter and boxed meals. Please no glass items.

If the local Scouts missed your home, please bring your food to the nearest Harmons Grocery Store, your local pantry or Utah Food Bank.

You can also take your door hanger in to your neighborhood Smith’s Food & Drug Stores and donate financially at registers between March 15, 2019 and March 18, 2019.

Contact

Have a question about this event? Reach out to the folks listed below & they’ll take care of you.

Utah Food Bank

How to Donate

There are 3 easy ways that you can help Scouting For Food.

Leave a Bag on Your Porch March 16, 2019 by 9:00am

Hundreds of Scouts will be out-and-about collecting food that has been left on porches beginning at 9:00am. So grab a grocery bag that’s hiding in your cupboard, fill it with food, & leave it on your porch by 9:00am on March 16, 2019.

Drop Off Your Donation at Your Nearest Harmons Grocery Store

Whether you forgot to put out your donation by 9:00am or Scouts accidentally passed by your house, you can still support this great cause. Just take your donation to your nearest Harmons Grocery Store, your local pantry, or the Utah Food Bank.

Make Cash Donations at Your Neighborhood Smith’s Food & Drug Store

That’s right! You can also support this event by making a cash donation at your local Smith’s Food & Drug Store. And these donations can even be made at registers! It’s that easy. Be sure to do it between March 15 & March 18, 2019

What to Donate

Please consider donating one of the following items or similar items.

  • Soup

  • Chili

  • Canned meats (tuna/chicken)

  • Peanut butter

  • Boxed meals

Please no glass containers.

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Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills | Training for Scoutmasters
Mar
8
to Mar 9

Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills | Training for Scoutmasters

Most Scoutmasters take Leaders Specific Training, but few find the time to take Introduction to Outdoor Leaders Skills (IOLS). This action-filled course teaches you all the skills you need to take your Scouts to First Class. You’ll also learn how to teach those skills to your Scouts.  Become the proud owner of a Trained leader patch and start being a real (fun, effective and safe) Scoutmaster.  All materials and supplies provided.

Contacts

Have questions? We have answers! Reach out to one of the folks listed below to get started.

Camps & Events Desk
801-582-3663

Neil Anderson

Harold Bowman

Important Information

Some sessions will be outside in the early spring weather, so come prepared with a warm jacket and close-toed shoes.

While cabin space will be provided for each participant, you will need to provide your own sleeping bag, pillow, & other personal items.

Check in will begin at 5:00pm. The course will begin promptly at 6:00pm.

Price

$30.00 per person

Get $5.00 off if you complete your registration prior to February 25, 2019!

Registration includes cracker barrel on Friday night, breakfast & lunch on Saturday, lodging (cabin), and all class materials & supplies.


Cancellation/Refund Policy

All fee due at time of registration. Full refund for cancellations on or before February 25, 2019. $10 cancellation fee for cancellations made after February 25, 2019. No refund for no shows.

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