Girl Scout Troop 630 from Salt Lake City, Utah came to Navajo Trails the first weekend in October, 2010 to do service for the camp!
They grabbed shovels, rakes, and other tools to clear away weeds and cement from old fence posts to extend the lawn, cleared away dead and down from around the dome, and moved tons of fire wood for campfires for next summer.
A camp for boys and girls between the ages of 7 to 16. Kids enjoy all kinds of super fun activities like kayaking, rock climbing, wakeboarding, backpacking, horseback riding, biking, arts and crafts and so much more.
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The girls worked on two interest project patches: Fashion and Design and Outdoor Survival.
Friday Night they tied shirts for tie Die. Saturday morning they dyed the shirts. After the service morning, they
went to Capital Reef National Park where the girls had arranged for Ranger Lynn to take them on a hike to Hickman Bridge to learn about the Fremont culture, Flora and Fauna, and outdoor survival.
Saturday night the girls played games.
On Sunday, they went on a tour of the old mill and went back to Capital Reef for a fantastic hike down pleasant creek.
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