Forms & Resources

The Scout Motto is ‘Be Prepared’. This page is intended to provide you with all the necessary information to arrive at camp prepared. 

If you feel something is missing from this page, please let us know.

NOTE: These documents may change or update between now and camp. We will do our best to reach out to everyone registered for camp to notify them.

General Camp

Because of the laws in the Colorado, our camps are considered childcare facilities. In order to comply with all state regulations, we do things a little different than other camps around the country. Please read the following descriptions regarding each form and follow them exactly. If you have any questions or feel that a description is not clear enough, please reach out to us for clarification.

Annual Health and Medical Record
Required for all youth and adults attending camp.
On Part B2, please take note of the signature line (pictured below). It states that you must have a signature from an MD/DO, NP, or PA if your state requires it. Colorado does require it, so be sure to have the individual performing your physical sign that line as well.
Take note of the signature line as you MUST have the appropriate individual sign it regardless of whether there are medications listed or not.

If there are no medications routinely taken, Colorado still requires a signature. So regardless of whether or not the individual has medications that they routinely take, a signature must be on that line.

Annual Health and Medical Record Addendum

Required for all youth attending camp.

This form is required by the state of Colorado. Take note of the several signatures required by a physician.

NOTE: The Colorado does not allow chiropractors to sign off on any medical documents for camp.

Sunscreen Permission Form

Required for all youth attending camp.

If a Scout is planning on bringing their own sunscreen, they must have their first and last name written on the container. Any containers found without a first and last name written on it will be thrown away.

Medical Statement for Food Allergies & Dietary Restrictions

Required for all youth and adults attending camp that have dietary restrictions and/or allergies.

Our kitchen staff will do their best to accommodate any restrictions when it comes to meals. In some cases, an individual may have to provide their own meals. But we will be sure to communicate any required adjustments.

Emergency Contact Information

Required for all youth attending camp.

This document is required in addition to the Annual Health and Medical Record by the state of Colorado.

Permission for Medication Administration

Required for all youth who will have prescription and/or over the counter medications.

Youth are not allowed to keep any medication on their person while at camp. This includes but is not limited to over the counter medications such as ibuprofen, Tylenol, vitamins, essential oils, etc. If you or a parent has questions about what requires this form, please call us.

Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base

The documents shared here are specific for our high adventure base. Be sure to review our General Camp forms as well; they will also be important and sometimes even required to attend camp.

2020 Leaders’ Guide
We are excited to offer an adventurous season at Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base this summer! Our leaders’ guide will provide you will all the information you need to create an incredible experience at camp this year.
Mail-in Registration Form

We understand that in some cases and crews, it is easier to complete a paper registration than online. While we will manage your registration online, you can still submit it through the mail. Just download this document and complete the required information.

Adventure Planner

The beauty of our high adventure base is the flexibility and customization possibilities. Download and complete this document with your crew as soon as your complete your registration and pay your deposit to ensure you schedule all the possible adventures.

San Isabel Scout Ranch

The documents shared under this section are created with the intention of helping all troops attending camp to have a successful and fulfilling experience.

Be sure to also review the General Camp section as those forms are also important to have.

2020 Leaders’ Guide

Our leaders’ guide takes you through our program areas, available activities, our weekly schedule, and more! So be sure to take a look at is as soon as possible.

2020 Merit Badge Schedule

Take a quick look at all the adventures and merit badges offered at camp this upcoming summer.

2020 Weekly Schedule

Wanting to see how to best use your time at camp by planning in advance? Check out our weekly schedule for this upcoming summer.

Awards at Camp

We offer a variety of activities that provide awards at camp through hard work, service, and leading by example.

Camp Map

Take a glance at where our areas are located, camp sites, and various facilities at camp.

Scout Schedule Planner

Use this document to give Scouts the ability to plan out their week at summer camp.