Spend the week of July 28th – August 3rd, 2019 . . .
at Camp Babcock-Hovey working towards your Eagle Scout Rank!
Eagle Flight Week is for Scouts serious about progressing along their Trail-to-Eagle. Eagle Flight is not a typical BSA summer camp program. You will be engaged in merit badge and other programs all week. Over 50 adult volunteers with extensive merit badge and Scouting experience are available with camp staff to support the Scouts that attend. Each evening you will participate in programs that include an inspirational movie or talk, an ice cream social, a night hike, shooting sports or Scouting jeopardy. There will be some downtime, but not much – did we say Eagle Flight was for serious Scouts? You will be very busy and have an excessive amount of fun!
Participants must be at least 14 years old and First Class by the first day of Eagle Flight Week. (Note: The program begins in February for Scouts preparing for their 90-day required Eagle Scout Merit Badges.)
Eagle Flight Week offers all required Eagle merit badges, as well as dozens of other choices. You may work on as many as time permits. Each Scout will completely fill each day with merit badge classes. Once you decide which badges to take, obtain a current copy of each merit badge book. Be sure you read the merit badge requirements and complete any pre-camp prerequisites. Pre-camp prerequisites are available for download from the link on listed below under the Forms header at that link. You’ll need to bring evidence of completing all pre-camp prerequisites (a note from your Scoutmaster, hard copies, reports, and etc.) If for any reason, you don’t complete all the requirements for a badge during your week at camp, you will receive a partial for that badge. Arrangements can be made for additional merit badges not listed in the camp program guide. If you have an interest in a specific badge and we have the counselor and/or resources available, we will work with you to try to meet your interest. Please talk to the program director prior to your arrival at camp.
Registration for Eagle Flight is a quick two-step process. Registration information is collected and paid for online. Additional information is required by the camp on a paper form. This form should be completed with the appropriate parent/guardian signature and the unit leader recommendation, then sent to the Scout Service Center. Both steps in the process must be completed in order to be considered registered. Initial deposits for Eagle Flight are accepted online. Additional payments can be made online or by making a payment to the Scout Service Center Customer Service Desk.