In order to maximize your time at camp and enjoy your experience to the fullest, make sure you download the Leader’s Guide for your specific camp. Also, pay special attention to the specific Texas Youth Protection Requirements for adult.
Click here for Merit Badge signup.
Sid Richardson Scout Ranch 2017 Leader’s Guide 1 MB (rev. 4/25/17)
Camp Tahuaya 2017 Leader’s Guide 2.4 MB
Worth Ranch 2017 Leader’s Guide 1.1 MB (rev. 1 May 5)
Chisholm Trail Adventure Leader’s Guide 750K
Brazos River Canoe Trip Planning Info
Texas Youth Camp Law Requirements
In order to meet the requirements of the Texas Youth Camp Law, all adults (18 and older) attending camp – even if they are substituting for part of a single day – must bring a completed copy of the Camp Adult Information Form. Units must also provide a roster of adults BEFORE arrival at camp.
1. Texas Camp Adult Roster. Enter the name, complete address, and DOB for each adult attending camp. MUST be turned in BEFORE arrival at camp.
2. Completed copy of Camp Adult Information Form for EACH adult attending camp for even one day.
All other visitors must be escorted by adults who have met these requirements, or they must provide all the required documentation to the camp director for the camp records.
***MERIT BADGE SYSTEM will open Wednesday, March 2 at 6:00 pm****
Merit Badge Registration System Opens March 1st at 6:00 pm Central Standard Time for Sid Richardson Scout Ranch and May 1st at 9:00 pm Central Standard Time for Camp Tahuaya and Worth Ranch. Click here to download Merit Badge Registration System pdf instructions.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Your scout is not enrolled in a class until you check out. This is the point the class spot is taken. If you have a large number of boys, you may want to check out in between entries to ensure classes are held for your scout.
For more information on camp related questions, contact the Longhorn Council office at 817-231-8500 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about our high adventure programs, contact Jeff Peters at 817-231-8503, email@example.com.
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