Spring 2019 Campout – Camp Trask
The Pack’s Spring camping trip is going to be at Camp Trask in the Monrovia Canyon.
The camping trip formally begins Saturday morning May 11th and continues through Sunday morning May 12, however families will have the option to arrive Friday May 10 after 4:00 pm to spend the night before the camping trip officially begins. We will be home in plenty of time to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Families arriving on Friday are responsible for their dinner on Friday and breakfast on Saturday. The dens will organize meals for lunch & dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday.
The cost per camper is $30 per attendee, and the cost is the same for campers staying either one or two nights. The pack is using money from the general funds to cover the $12 fee per scout to participate in BB guns, archery, slingshots, panning for gold and bouldering.
Scouts must attend with a parent or guardian. Additional family members may attend if space permits
Please note, we have a maximum of 80 people who can attend. If we reach the maximum number of attendees and there are scouts who still needs to register, we will first attempt to increase our limit with Camp Trask but if unsuccessful, we will refund the registrations for additional family members as needed. The last family members to register will be the first to be refunded.
You must print and bring a parking permit (found in the Rules of the Road form). You must complete an Activity Release for every attendee (including adult attendees). You must also print and sign the Firearms Permission Slip if your son is going to participate in archery or BB guns.
If you have not already done so, you must also complete the annual health form for your scout.
- Spring Campout Info Sheet
- Camp Trask Need-to-Know
- BSA Medical Form Part AB
- Camp Trask Shooting Permission Form
- Camp Trask Parking Permit Form
Location and Directions
1100 Canyon Blvd. Monrovia, CA 91016 –
Camp Trask is a special place, tucked into Monrovia Canyon, only minutes from the hustle and bustle of the city. A brief drive up a meandering road camp and you are suddenly into a calming wilderness setting. The silence in camp is broken only by the sound of the year-round stream which flows through camp. There are no city lights, so you can see the stars at night.
You can get GoogleMaps driving directions here.