All over the state of Arizona and now in some surrounding states, the 1930 virus strain is affecting boys ages 6 to 20. This strain has also been known to manifest symptoms in some uninformed adults. The virus seems to have originated in Irvine, TX and has slowly been spreading across the west.
Lack of Sleep
Sudden Vocal Outbursts
Glossed over eyes
Loss of Balance
Inability to put down electronics
BB Guns, Archery, Swimming, Crafts, Hikes, Canoeing, Knot Skills, Sling Shots
Crafts, Map Skills, Swimming, Obsticle Course, Cooking, BB Guns, Archery
Enjoy meals in Raymond's dining hall.
Check out the Camp Raymond Trading Post for snacks and souvenirs.
All camp registrations will be handled through a single "Pack Coordinator" for your unit. Choose a person to be the pack coordinator and then have him/her use the form on this site to sign up as Pack Coordinator. All required tasks, information, and communications will be through your pack coordinator.
We love families, however non-registered scouters are not allowed.
Download the BSA Medical Form
No. The goal is to de-zombify the boys from video games, TV, and couches by getting them outside to 'train' against the virus!
Once your unit has signed up for either Day Camp or Webelos Weekend there are no refunds. You may however, have a different boy use your registration. This is because there is a lot of planning and expense that goes on for each boy. Your pack coordinator will receive your included items even if you don't attend.
Fill the form below to get directions to our event location
Boy Scout Camp Rd
Parks, AZ 86018
Mike King Camp Director