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Merit Badge Selections

Dan McGuire —  August 28, 2022 — Leave a comment


We have received a few request for merit badges within the troop.

Below is a current listing of what members of our troop have to offer as far as MB selections: If you need contact information for those below listed couselors, please come to a meeting and coordinate with them directly, or ask Mr Petree or myself. I don’t think posting all that here is a good idea with all those Scam Likely people scanning the internet for scam vicitims is a good idea!

If there is a MB that you dont see on this list that you would like to do, let Mr Petree or another adult leader know and we can get you a list of registered and qualified counselors from around Council.

Remember, the first step sis to get approval to start a merit badge from Mr Petree. He will give you a blue card. You will make contact with a counselor, and demonstrate your knowledge/skills to them, the counselor will sign the blue card when they are satisfied with your stuff, then give you the card to turn back in to Mr. Petree. (if the troop hosts a MB class, it is a little different).

Jenine Winslow  
Enviro. Science**  
Mammal Study

Maureen Reiser
Dog Care
Emergency Prep.**  
First Aid**  
Pers. Fitness**  

Ray Petree  
Emergency Prep.**  
Search and Rescue  
Wilderness Surv.

Dan McGuire  
Automotive Maint.  
Emergency Prep.**  
First Aid**  
Home Repairs  
Pers. Fitness**
Public Speaking  
Wilderness Surv.  

Jason Holpuch  
Citizenship in Society**
Digital Tech
Personal Mgmt.**  
Snow Sports  

Matthew Hoekstra  
Cit. in Nation**
Cit. in World**
Public Speaking  
Small-Boat Sailing

Michael Anderson  
Cit. in Comm.**
Cit. in Nation**  
Cit. in World**
Family Life**
Hiking **

Janelle Anderson  
Emergency Prep.**
Home Repairs  
Pulp and Paper  
Snow Sports

**Eagle Required

timeline update

Dan McGuire —  July 16, 2022 — Leave a comment

from Ray this morning:

Good morning, we just got cell service back. Have not been able to see a lot of the previous messages. We plan to be back at the church at just about 11 AM this morning. We are on the road and have already left camp.

Troop/Parents who are driving:

Just a reminder that tomorrow is the day you drop off your kid with a bunch of dudes you really don’t know well and send them off to a place where there is no cell service and wait patiently for six days for them to return safe. Haha! Just messing around. It’s gonna be fine!

Remember to fill up your fuel tanks tonight or tomorrow morning PRIOR to showing up at the barn for cross load and roll out. I would like to convoy from here to there, just to ensure nobody makes a wrong turn, gets, lost, held up at a light, etc. Our route will be south on I-25 to Exit 74 toward Rye on Hwy 165. Here is a link to the route:,+Colorado+Springs,+CO+80919/San+Isabel+Scout+Ranch,+18353+CO-165,+Beulah,+CO+81023/@38.1744562,-104.8503225,10.56z/data=!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x871351eca14a0ee5:0x6960917c224dd986!2m2!1d-104.8677408!2d38.9269429!1m5!1m1!1s0x871474dfbcac772f:0xf4b351c97cf8f504!2m2!1d-105.0408036!2d38.003256!3e0

I will drive the lead and have a designated trail vehicle.

Last minute packing:

Snacks are good to bring (please don’t go crazy), but remind your Scouts all snacks and anything else that is a smellable will be stored in the troop trailer prior to evening close-out/bed time. It is a good idea to bring an identifiable bag for each individual’s smellables. Every year we have stuff left in the trailer and no one knows who’s stuff it is. No food will be stored in tents what-so-ever! Too many bears around that area.

Camp chairs: if you have room, these are a good idea to bring so they have somewhere to sit during our camp evenings when they are not at some other function, or in the morning while putting their shoes on while enjoying that morning cup of coffee. Also, some merit badge classes are in the woods. A chair is good so they are not sitting on the ground or whatever. Either way, they will have a chance to use them.

If there is anything else that may be helpful to any of us, Please dont heistate to shoot me a text saying so!

We are all going to have a great time this week; the adults attending with your kids, and the parents staying home without them!

We will be chatting back and forth starting tomorrow evening with Ray’s first “Scoutmaster Daily Update”

See you in the morning!


If you bring it, you have to carry it.


The troop will supply regular patrol gear for the week (cooking, easy up canopy, tools for rank advancemtn training, etc.), as well as cots for each of the Scouts and adults. So, no worries on bringing any of those items, unless you really want to because you have a really cool cot or whatever.

I will suggest bringing or making room in the budget to purchase a hammock. Our first year at camp, many of the boys brought or bought hammocks and they were a hit. So, it has continued for the past several years. If you plan on purchasing one prior to camp, I suggest paying a visit to Sierra Trading post over off of Powers Blvd. They have a pretty good selection of hammocks and are very reasonably priced. The Scout shop also has hammocks over on Fillmore, which are the same as what they will get at camp, and should be the same price (around $25-30 i think). Hammocks serve as a nice little resting area for the boys when they are all set up in the trees away from our main campsite.

Comments on the Troop site:

Ok, so the troop site does accept comments, but it is finicky. Here is how you do it:

1. Go to whatever post you want to comment on and click on the “comments” link. Fill out the form and submit your comment. Email and name is required.

2. I should get an email telling me there is a new comment. I then have to go into the admin sesction of the site and “approve” the comment. Then it will be posted to the site.

To view comments on the site, you have to do step 1 above and scroll down to the bottom where the comments are.

Maureen and I tested this process this morning and I think it will work out, if you want to use it. Unfortunately, I was unable to locate an “automatic approval” for the comments. I’m guessing because WordPress doesnt allow that?

Let me know if anyone has any questions or concerns. Or if you want further explanation about anything Summer Camp/Troop/Scouting related.


Once A Scout Always A Pyromaniac Funny Scouting Camp Drawing by Noirty  Designs | Fine Art America


This post is for those first year Scout and parents to help out with some common questions you may have.

If you have additional useful information, please pass tit along with either a comment to this post, or email me directly and I will do a subsequent post.

Getting there:

We have had so many parents sign up to drive on Sunday that I am absolutely blown away! Thank you so much for volunteering your time, fuel, and patience to have a bunch of pre-camp Scouts in your car for a couple of hours!

We will meet up at 9am on Sunday, 10 Jun 22, at the barn. Please be there on time (or before) so we can get the Troop trailer loaded with troop and Scout gear, cross load and get a vehicle load plan where each Scout is sitting. I would also like to ensure everyone’s phone number is on a roster so we can make contact as neccessary throughout the week.

We have 26 Scouts and 5 adults headed to camp. The roster will be supplied to each of the adults for informational purposes, but Ray will assume all duties as the point of contact once we leave the barn.

I would like to head out in a convoy no later than 10am. With 26 Scouts loading and cross loading equipment and all that, I think we will be just fine on time (jinxed it!).


We will drop the Scouts and gear in wherever the deisgnated location is, and the Scouts may or may not have to carry their stuff to the campsite (Apache). We will be allowed to drive to our campsite and drop Scouts and gear there. Then all vehicles will have to depart the area (say goodbye’s then). The troop trailer will be parked at the campsite, so will my truck. This is to facilitate the trailer’s use as a bear bin and have a vehicle at the site for emergency evacuation and such.

I will take the lump of paperwork we have collected from you and head over to check us all in. Once that process is started, the other Scoutmasters will take the troop to the campsite and the PLC (SPL/ASPL) will assign tents and all that.


Scouts will bunk with their buddy or buddies. max three per tent. Max two years of age differential, or school grade differential. If there is a buddy team already established, the PLC will allow that, however, there will be a “no Scout left behind” concept, where everyone’s desires will be considered for buddy teams. We can also switch it up mid-week, if so desired.

Buddy teams will remain for the week. A Scout will stay with his buddy during non-course hours (after badge classes and those times). Each Scout is responsible for telling his patrol leader where he is going (Scout shop, dining facility, etc.) during the scheduled down time. The Patrol leader will maintain a system of knowing where all of his patrol members are. We also have a white board in the trailer to help with this. The SPL is overall responsible for knowing were all of the Scouts are.


We have found that packing all of the Scouts stuff in a tuff box/plastic tote/or similar tub, is very beneficial. 1. They have ready access to their stuff. 2. it is easy to identify and mark with identifications. 3. it is easy to stack in the trailer for transport. 4. they seal to keep out mice, rodents, bugs, etc. There are many more reason they are a good idea. However, please make sure your Scout packs his own stuff. This helps him know where his stuff is. We have had parents pack and the Scout has no idea where something is when he needs it. When asked, he says, “I told my mom to pack it,” or “my dad told me he packed it.”

Bring Swim gear, just in case we can free swim.



BSA does not restrict the type of knife a Scout uses (folder or fixed blade). Hoever, there are some common sense rules to abide by. Please do not allow your Scout to bring a machette to camp. It is cool, and a great talking peice, but not a practical choice for this event. Many Scouts will bring that $30-$60 of spending money and blow it on a camp knife they found at the Scout shop. Just so you understand, most camps restrict knife sales until Wednesday, so the boys are super excited to get their “first knife,” then play with it and throw it into their knee, causing other Scouts to break out their first aid kits and do all that. Great times were had by all, and great stories continue to be shared and embellished! Not a bad thing!


I do not think bringing bikes is a good idea this year. Although it is allowed, I am not sure we can successfully transport as many bikes as there are desires to bring them. Many of our Scouts are first time summer campers, so lets rely on the basics of transport around camp. SISR is a small property, unlike Dobbins or Camp A, where it takes 15 minutes to walk from one MB area to another, I think bikes are not necessary. However, adults will be free to make that decision on their own as we have to visit all of the MB areas twice a day, everyday. That is a lot of walking! And they won’t let me bring my motorcycle.

Camp Merit Badge Schedules:

Thank you for being understanding in the last week of merit badge madness.

We will get hard copies of merit badge schedules on Sunday during check-in. I also have a copy of everyone’s schedule which I will have on my phone and ensure all the other adults do as well. Just in case!

Each Scout will have a map of the camp so they can find their way to their classes. With 26 Scouts, I do not think there will by any “lone” Scout headed off to a class, everyone will be in at least a small group.

Your Scout may come home with requirements remaining to finish a badge. He will know what he needs to do to finish that particular badge. With that, he will also receive a printout and an unfinished Blue Card with blanks for the items that remain unfinished.

Any Scoutmaster attending camp can sign off as the merit badge counselor for those remaining requirements. We still have a few Scouts with outstanding requirements from Summer Camps in the past. It is no big deal. He will get those items completed so dont fret about it. As long as he maintains a copy of that Blue Card/printout, he will be alright.


We are required to travel to and from BSA Activities in Class A uniform (no sash required). Your Scout will wear his Class A to camp, every morning for flags, every evening for flags, and on the way home on Saturday. Sorry, parents! You can use a pressure washer on them when you get home to get the stink off!


Please ensure when your Scout packs, he packs deoderant. I have no issue calling a kid out who “forgot” to put deoderant on (tactfully, of course). These kids are going to be very active for the week, and really, help us out here!

The Scouts will be required to shower twice during the week. Tuesday evening and Thursday Evening. Then they will put deoderant on right after that. being Clean is one of the points of the Scout law. They will be reminded of this as necessary.

These dudes are old enough that they should have an idea of what hygeine is, so there will be no checks by adults, but we will definitely have this subject matter covered in our daily briefings and pre-bed nightly routine: brush teeth and all that!


Saturday is out check-out/pick up day. I would like to have everyone who dropped off do the pick-up, but I know that is not always a possibility. However, we will be ready and will need as many seats on Saturda to bring kids home as we did on Sunday to take them there.

If you are driving both ways, it would be benneficial if you took the same Scout home with you for ease of rosters and tracking purposes.

Please try and be up at Camp by 9am on Saturday for pick up. We will be clearing the campsite during that time and all the Scouts should be packed and ready to go. We will ensure all Scouts returning with the group are accounted for and leave no later than 10am to head home to the Barn for dowload and parent pick-up. Our estimated arrival to the barn will be announced by the Scoutmaster so parents can grab their kids and strap them to the roof of the car for the final trip home (it is possible they will smell funny).

Like I said at the beginning, please let me know if there is anything you think to add to this list, or you want to see added. I probably have more knowlege about this than I am relaying because I have done this a few times and don’t remember a lot of stuff I previously asked questions about, so please ask that question and I will make a post on it!

I am sure I forgot something, so (seriously) let me know!

Don’t hesitate to shoot me a text or give me a call!

Dan 228-806-9063


Sorry for the late message, but please stop by the committee meeting tonight when you drop your Scout off to ensure we finalize your camp docs. We are missing some forms and some signatures on forms. Carrie is heading this effort up to finalize our forms, so please don’t forget to check in and ensure yours are good to go!



If you are going to camp next week 10-16 Jul, there was a development in the offerings. Bottom Line Up Front, all shooting sports and water sports have been cancelled. Please see the below email from the camp director. I am working on the situation and will update you as I get information.

If you were registered for anything water or shooting related (77% of the troop), then those events were cancelled and you’ll need to pick something else from the offerings. Let me know if you would like to discuss this and how we are trying to move forward from here. I have volunteered as a step in instructor for both archery and shotgun shooting as I am a qualified BSA instructor for both of those. I can’t do anything about rifle or water sports.

If you choose one or more of the new offerings, plet me know sonner rather than later so I can get you plugged in.

Here is the email I sent earlier and the original email from camp:

Event Message From: Dan McGuire Event Details
Week 4 – SISR
Sunday, July 10, 2022 at 1:00pm to Saturday, July 16, 2022 at 9:00am
San Isabel Scout Ranch
18353 State Highway 165, Rye, CO 81069 Regarding Contingent: Troop 287-BT – Colorado Springs, CO Troop, please read the below message i just received from San Isabel about 20 mins ago (1715hrs). I am attempting to coordinate with the adminstrators at SISR to fix this and have volunteered to instruct archery and shotgun as I am BSA certified for those.I emailed them and am awaiting a response as the director’s (Samuel) voice mail advises to email him.

Anyway, worst case scenario is that our Scouts will have to choose alternate badges listed below. Please be patient and let your Scouts know the issue and make a list of alternate badges.

Talk to you soon.

Event Message From: Samuel Ahlstrom
Event Details
Week 4 – SISR
Sunday, July 10, 2022 at 1:00pm to Saturday, July 16, 2022 at 9:00am
San Isabel Scout Ranch
18353 State Highway 165, Rye, CO 81069

We are looking forward to seeing you at camp very soon. San Isabel is a special place, and we are looking forward to having you join us for an exciting summer camp experience.

There are a couple of items that I want to bring to your attention prior to arriving at camp regarding the program we have intended to offer this summer.

The Boy Scouts of America requires that waterfronts at summer camp be managed by an individual with specific certifications, including lifeguarding, Basic Life Support (BLS), and National Camping School – Aquatics Director Section. Despite our best efforts and having hired a number of individuals to fill the position, when our staff training week arrive, the person we believed was onboard to run the program did not come to camp. We have reached out to many people to help us address this issue, but at this time, we must cancel the following programs:

-Stand Up Paddleboarding

Unlike our aquatics director position, we did have a shooting sports director this summer. Unfortunately, he contracted COVID-19 outside of camp which has turned into long COVID-19. While we wish for his speedy recovery, he will not recover in time for your session of camp. Because of this, we must cancel the following programs:

-Rifle Shooting

Because of these vacancies, we have added 9 new merit badge opportunities. They include the following:

-Plant Science
-Public Health
-Composite Materials ($10.00)
-Mining in Society
-Space Exploration

All of these merit badges are currently available for registration with only 1 of them having a fee.

At this time, all individuals who were registered in these merit badges have been removed from those sessions. Additional spots for other merit badge sessions have been opened to accommodate this change, and registration for the new 9 merit badges is open as well. Please log in to your account to review and update schedules.

Any fees that were paid for these canceled activities will be eligible for a full refund. Refunds are dispensed in September. In order to receive a refund, you must submit an online form through our website. Please use the link below.

Fees that have been paid can be used to cover the cost of another merit badge. No additional steps beyond registering the Scout for the activity is required.

I sincerely apologize for these vacancies. The staff and I have done everything possible to fill these holes. We will continue to search for solutions.

If you have additional questions, please reply to this email.

Samuel Ahlstrom
Camp Director

Troop, There are always a lot of questions on what to bring to camp. Here is the list from the SISR website. Refrain from bringing knives which are too big! Basiclly no bowie knives and stuf like that. Please use your best judgement. Absolutely no firearms related items, real or fake, or representative of firearms (nerf, air soft, etc.).

Phones are a big topic of discussion because many people use them as cameras and video capture devices. Here is the deal: there is no cell service out there. Any Scout can ask an adult to contact parents back home. There are hard line communications available and I have been told there is WIFI for adult leaders in the leader cabin. That is likely the only place we will be able to communicate from, and maybe send the daily rollup message from there. We will definitely know on next Sunday.

Let me know if you have any questions or comments!


Troop parents,

In preparation for gettint the 25 kids to camp next weekend, we will need some help. Please review the Signup and let us know how many kids and gear you can transport to San Isabel Scout Ranch.

It is about a 105 miles and 1 hr 50 minutes one way. We will need enough drivers to get the Scouts there and to pick them up on Saturday the 16th.

If anyone wants to volunteer to drag the troop trailer, we will need that as well for cots and other gear. I will not be able to as I will need to leave camp Friday night to make it back for an event Saturday morning.

The plan will be to meet up at 9am on Sunday, cross load equipment and Scouts, then head out to camp no later than 10am. Our arrival time is 12, so we can get our camsite and get kids over to swim checks and stuff like that.

Please let me or Ray know if you have any questions. Once we get to camp, Ray will take over all primary communications as the Scoutmaster.



If you have not already turned in your medical documents, please get them to me no later than Tuesday evening at the next meeting (6/28). I will package and mail them on Wednesday unless there is an extreme verified reason that I have not received your Scout’s documents (you’ve known about this for a while now!).

Below are the forms which need to be completed in order for your Scout to attend camp. Immunizations need to be transcribed onto the forms in order for them to be legit, so please don’t just staple your immunization records to your forms and write in “*See attached”. Because that means I will have to do the transcribing. Camp facilities in Colorado are classified as Day Care Centers and they are pretty particular about this stuff.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

There are a few things I need to cover here as well:

Daily meds: please ensure it comes to camp in the provided prescription bottle, not another pill container (because it will be held at med lodge). Campers, Scouts, kids, youth (etc.) are not allowed to self administer medications while at camp (unless exigent circumstances-epi pen, etc.). Even allergy meds. They will go to the med lodge in the morning and/or at night to get their medications. Again-child care facility.

If your Scout needs to carry meds with him on a daily basis (epi pen, inhaler, etc.), please fill out the form below the med forms. That is the “Contract to Carry meds” form. If you kid doesnt get his daily meds, Ray will have to deal with him.

Please, please, please, turn in these forms if you have not already. Over the next couple of days, I will go through my emails and print out all the forms I have received over the last couple of weeks since I was gone. If I do not have a form from you, I will email you no later than Sunday evening.

If you know you did not fill one of these out, please do so and get it to me on Tuesday. This will make the check-in process so much easier on Camp day 1. I would hate for camp to send a Scout home because they didn’t have the proper paperwork.



We are in need of support for Flag Day flags on Jun 14th! Please sign up and get out there, show support for the country, military, and our community! Plus, youll get some cash in your scout account-but that isnt why we do it, right?



Summer camp is good to go with the exception of medical forms.

We have a total of 25 Scouts attending camp and will be asking for a couple of parents to serve as transporters to get all those Scouts up to San Isabele Scout Ranch. More information on that to come as we approach the date.

If you have not turned in your medical forms (annual physicals), please do so as soon as you can. These forms need to be mailed (hard copy) to the BSA office in Pueblo before the end of Jun. I would like to package them all and get them in the mail on 25 Jun.


Here is the t-shirt order form. We are dropping off the order form on 14 Jun, so if you want a Troop 287 t-shirt, please print this form off, fill it out, and get it to the Scoutmaster before the 14th. He will give it to Mrs. Reiser who will turn it in for us.

If you all have any concerns ro questions, please let us know!

This week coming, the troop is sending out our guys to Philmont. Make sure you think of them while they are hiking 80-100 miles over a 10 day course! And congratualte them when they get back.

Talk to you soon,


BSA Honor Guard Patch, looking to fill this full time with members of the troop with SM approval.


Apologies for the short suspense, the weather has played a part in this, but no worries, we will get it done.

Tomorrow morning, at 1030, at the Church, we will host Lance Warner’s Eagle Award COH.

We need a few Scouts to fill in as Honor Guard and perform the posting and retiring of the colors.

Please wear full Class A Uniform and be ready to post and retire the colors. It will only be about an hour ceremony. And there will be cake, so there is that.

Here is the link to sign up.


troop, i messed up the address. it is at 5375 Centennial Blvd, the church next to Morning Star, on the corner of Centennial and Mule Deer

my bad!! dan

Eagle Court of Honor for Kobe Olson

Dan McGuire —  March 30, 2022 — Leave a comment


The new date has been set for Kobe’s COH. Here is the sign up for it. We are in need of a Color Guard (Class A with Sash) and a few ushers (double duty is allowed). Sign up and gt some cake! See what your efforts through Rank advancement can lead to!

Date, time and location are 24 April at 6:30pm, 2375 Centennial Blvd.

Parents and Scouts,

I know this past couple of days were a little rushed in reference to merit badge selections. But I want to send this out as a thank you for being patient and working with your Scouts to get those selection sheets and information back to me so quickly. Truly, it will benefit your Scouts since nearly everyone got their first choices of badges. The only “alternate” choices made were substitutions for Shotgun Shooting for the first year Scouts. While there is no BSA requirement for age, many camps limit that badge selection because many first year Scouts are just a little too small to successfully shoot 50 rounds of 12ga ammo in order to qualify. At least it gives those Scouts something to look forward to next summer!!

So, now what? We have 25 Scouts signed up for camp, and all 25 have their Merit Badges chosen. I will send out the actual scedule in the next day or so.

The next focus is medical forms. Here they are in case you need them. These are the only medical forms the BSA will accept. If you have a current physical for your Scout, and it will remain current through our time at camp (they are valid for 1 year). then I would suggest transferring the information from your “non-BSA” form to the BSA form linked below. Then have it signed by your physician or whomever.

We are required to mail all hard copies of these medical forms to camp in Mid-Jun. I will bug you as we get closer.

Again, thanks so much for getting those selections to me on such short notice.



This morning I received an email from the San Isabelle Scout Ranch Program Director. It basically stated if a troop was paid in full, they can early-register for Merit Badges.

That being said, get me your Merit Badge Selections NOW!!!! This way I can grab your choices and make sure you are getting what you selected!! I currently have only three Scout’s selections in hand.

You can text me a pic, email me, or just text me the selections of what badges you all want and I will work it out the best I can.

If you still owe money, be sure to get your payments in as soon as you can. The final payment is due in mid-May.


Summer Camp update!

Dan McGuire —  April 20, 2022 — Leave a comment

Troop, the below link is to the San Isabelle Camp website for Forms and Resources. If you scroll down on that page, you will be able to download the required medical documents, Merit Badge Schedule, as well as a host of other resources. Parents, the leader guide will provide you with an idea of how the week will be scheduled. Scouts, there is a packing list on there as well.

So, to the business: our next hard date for Camp is April 28th. This is the day that Merit Badge Selection opens up. Please get me your #1, 2, and 3 selections for morning and afternoons (the sheet can be found at the link above) in the next couple of meetings, or email/text/ carrier parent, etc. Just get it to me! Otherwise, you will be in a merit badge session I select for you!

Medical: Scouts are required to have a medical examination, documented on the BSA Forms dated within one year of attending camp. Please schedule this out now so we don’t have any issues. We are required to mail the hard copies to the camp office in Pueblo no later than two weeks prior to camp, so we are setting a deadline in mid June for these docs.

Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.



The new date has been set for Kobe’s COH. Here is the sign up for it. We are in need of a Color Guard (Class A with Sash) and a few ushers (double duty is allowed). Sign up and gt some cake! See what your efforts through Rank advancement can lead to!

Date, time and loction are 24 April at 6:30pm, 2375 Centennial Blvd.

Summer Camp update!

Dan McGuire —  March 25, 2022 — Leave a comment
San Isabel Scout Ranch

Troop, a quick update to Summer Camp.

We currently have 19 Scouts registered (and three adults) to attend camp with a couple of discrepancies between the Sign up genius (14 signups; link below) and the registered Scouts (19 registered). If you have signed up on the genius but have not paid yet, you will be getting an email in the next week or so detailing such with instructions on how to get us money for payments. Or just bring a check to the next meeting if you have not signed up at all and want to attend. Fees are $335 total for camp, $75 deposit required.

Right now, the camp can hold up to 270 campers, and they currently have 202 registered. We are in good shape in this department, with only a few newer Scouts who may be interested and not signed up/registered.

Below is a link to the latest information for camp. In the leader guide parents can find information about attending camp for all or part of the week.

Visitor policy:
All visitors to San Isabel Scout Ranch must
check-in at the A-Frame prior to visiting any
program area or campsite. Visitors will be
given a wristband identifying them as such.
Visitors are not allowed to participate in
activities or eat meals unless they have paid
for them at the A-Frame.

**Only registered adults can stay overnight at camp due to the status of the Camp being a child care facility.

Parents, please make sure you are scheduling necessary medical examinations and such. We will need to have those hard copies in hand at a minimum of three weeks prior to attending camp. We have to mail them to camp offices (in Pueblo) minimum two weeks prior to attendance.

The Merit Badge Selection opens on 28 April. I will need to obtain a preference listing from each Scout so I can get all the selections put in the system as quickly as possible.

Let me or Ray know if you have any questions or concerns.