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 between now and camp. Dates of when the documented was last updated are included adjacent to the document name as well as in the document itself.

General

Leader Guide

Updated 8/31/2020

Begin here with our leader guide which will take 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.

Camp Map

Will be updated in January 2021

Take a look at where our campsites and the various facilities at camp.

Medical Forms

Colorado Camps Medical Forms Guide

Will be available January 2021

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. The guide linked above will give a complete explanation of how and what you must do to comply with state and local laws.

Annual Health & Medical Record

Updated 12/31/2019

Parts A, B, & C are required for all youth & adults attending camp, regardless of how long they intend to spend at camp.

Do not fill out this form until you have completely reviewed the Colorado Camps Medical Forms Guide. Because our camp is considered a childcare facility, this document must be filled out in a specific way. Not filling out this form correctly may void registration for that individual if correction(s) cannot be made prior to camp.

Colorado Medical Record Addendum

Updated 8/28/2020

Required for all youth participants.

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.

Emergency Contact, Sunscreen Permission, & Dietary Restrictions

Updated 8/28/2020

Required for all youth participants.

If a Scout brings 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.

Permission for Medication Administration

Updated 8/28/2020

Required for all youth who will have prescription AND/OR over-the-counter medications (including vitamins).

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.

Program Information

Weekly Schedule

Will be available December 2020

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

Adventure Planner

Will be available February 2021

Use this document to plan your units week at summer camp.