The goal of the registration process is to help campers and staff make accurate plans for camp. The Leader Guide contains all of the forms and information necessary to register for summer camp. All merit badge registration is completed online using Tentaroo.
|Week 1||June 5-10|
|Week 2||June 11-17|
|Week 3||June 18-24|
|Week 4||June 25-July 1|
|Week 5||July 2-8|
|Week 6||July 9-15|
Troops should submit the summer camp reservation form to the Last Frontier Council Scout Center. This form includes leader contact information, campsite preference and estimated number of campers. Space is reserved with the inclusion of a $200 deposit. Call the council office for more information at 888-841-1114.
Maverick Campers submit the Maverick Camper Application. See page 17 of the Leader Guide for more information.
Scoutmasters and Senior Patrol Leaders who reserve a campsite before December 31, 2016, will receieve a limited-edition gold 50th Anniversary patch.
The advance payment, totaling $100 per Scout, is due March 1. Only Scouts who have paid the advance payment will be permitted to register for merit badge sessions.
Registration for all programs and merit badge sessions will be done online using the Tentaroo system. The unit leader will recieve an access code once the initial payment is made. Using this code, visit www.tentaroo.com/slipperyfalls to sign up for merit badges and programs.
The final balance for all Scout and adult leader fees is due May 1, 2017 to the Last Frontier Council Scout Center. The $200 deposit is counted toward this final payment. Units making camp fee payment by this date qualify for the Early Bird fee rates.
Please arrive at camp with all the required forms and paperwork detailed in the Check-In section in the Leader Guide. The camp staff will update schedules and settle any remaining balances at this time.
Any Scouts paying or registering after May 1, 2017 will pay the late fee rate. The only exceptions will be Scouts who joined a troop in the current calendar year and were unable to register for camp on time, and campers who are attending a second session of camp. The camp staff will attempt to accommodate walk-in campers, but this is not recommended. Many programs and sessions reach maximum capacity and a walk-in camper's opportunities will be extremely limited.