Hinckley Scout Ranch
Hinckley Scout Ranch will offer a traditional merit badge program to meet the needs and interest of the Scouts. We will have 3 hour merit badge class blocks. Many of the merit badges can be earned in one 3 hour class block, however there are some that will require the Scout to sign up for 2 class blocks.
In addition to the merit badge program Hinckley Scout Ranch is offering a new concept called Adventure Trails. The Adventure Trails will be in 3 hour class blocks similar to the merit badge class blocks; however the difference is that the youth will be enrolled in the 3 hour time blocks for 3 successive mornings or 3 successive afternoons to complete the Adventure Trail.
Your Scout unit will be able to camp in one of our new Sub-Camps. The sub-camps are designed to offer a quality camping experience while delivering a more personalized service at the campsite level. Sub-camps North Slope and Trail Head will occupy what was formerly Camp Frontier. While in the former Camp Tomahawk your unit can stay in Pinnacle sub-camp. Each sub-camp will have their own daily flag ceremony gatherings as well as their own opening and closing night campfire program.
It is recommned that your unit camps at either North Slope or Trail Head if your unit chooses the dining hall option. For those camping at Pinnacle there will not be a dining hall due to the construction of the new Thomas S. Monson lodge. Units cooking their own food may wish to camp in the Pinnacle sub-camp. However, it is not restricted where you camp based on your food preparation choice. If you have questions regarding where your unit should camp, please contact the Camp Desk at the council office at (801) 582-3663.
Reservations begin October 1. Merit badge class and adventure trails sign-ups begin March 1, 2015 with your unit's half payment submitted. Full payment is due April 15, 2015.
2015 Leader's Guide is available below along with the map of campsites.
$145 per boy
$25 per leader
Dining Hall: $80 per person
How do I make a reservation?
Reservations can be made online, by phone or in person beginning October 1.
To make a reservation, you will need to decide:
1. The dates that you want to attend camp.
2. The campsite(s) that you want to reserve.
3. The approximate number of youth and adults attending camp.
With this information, make your reservation online, by phone or in person. A $100 per campsite Non Refundable deposit is required at registration.
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