Sid Richardson Scout Ranch (SR2) is a Texas–size camp with 15 miles of rugged shoreline on 10,000 acre Lake Bridgeport and 2,500 acres of scenic cliffs, prairie, and forests. The camp’s historic 1870’s U.S. Cavalry site is a centerpiece of the Chisholm Trail Adventure program at our Texas High Adventure Base.
SR2 offers over 70 Merit Badges, an air-conditioned dining hall, large pool, Technology Center, Flight Simulation Center with 16 F-16 cockpits (featured in Scouting magazine), horsemanship program, Space Shuttle Simulator, working Blacksmith Shop, Sailing Base with 24 sailboats, sporting clays range, Viking Ship, Trail to First Class first–year camper program, Climbing tower and cliffs, 2 Blobs, windsurfing, Mile Swim, Snorkeling, BSA Lifeguard, and much more.
Merit Badge Option Worksheet – Have youth complete this worksheet with their top three choices to make entering merit badge selection into Tentaroo easier. Please have them note classes that require multiple Class Periods.
Your scout is NOT enrolled in a class until you check out. If you have a large number of boys, you may want to check out in between entries to ensure you do not lose information.
BSA SCUBA INFORMATION:
While the youth will have the opportunity to dive underwater in the camp’s pool, this class is NOT a PADI certification program because youth will not participate in an open water dive.
In order to participate in the Scuba program, parents and youth must read the Youth Diving Flip Chart and complete the following forms. Please note the Red box outlined on the BSA Medical (part C) which needs to be indicated by your doctor in order to participate in Scuba.
Week 3 Special: Troops and Crews attending during Week 3 receive a $10 per person discount.
Week 4 Special: Troops and Crews attending during Week 4 receive a $20 per person discount.
$20 CAMP + HIGH ADVENTURE SPECIAL: For each youth registered in the merit badge summer camp at Camp Tahuaya, Worth Ranch, or Sid Richardson Scout Ranch, the unit gets $20 off one youth or one adult attending a Longhorn Council High Adventure program (up to the number of youth and adults attending high adventure). Includes Troops and Crews from the same chartering organization.