Ever wonder what a soldier’s life was like in the Utah Territory prior to the Civil War? Here’s your chance! Sleep overnight in a Sibley Tent, march and drill, fire a M1855 Springfield Musket, and much, much more!
Boy Scouts travel back in time to 1861 and become soldiers at Camp Floyd, Utah Territory. As a newly enlisted private , scouts don a uniform and shoulder muskets. This authentic and unique overnight experience meets the requirements for the American Heritage Merit Badge and the National Historic trails Award. Reservations and a fee of $25.00 for each adult and scout is required.
Reservations and a $25.00 fee per individual are required. Reservations can be made by calling Camp Floyd State Park at (801) 768-8932. The fee cab be paid by credit card.
2017/04/21 - 2017/04/22
Additional time info:
The program starts at 6:00 PM on a Friday, the scouts stay overnight in period tents, and finish up around noon on Saturday.