Year Around Camping at CLP
There are many opportunities for weekend activities at Camp Laramie Peak. There are facilities that can be rented or you can just camp and hike. With the appropriate certification you can even do rock climbing. Check it out!
Home of Extreme Scouting
Camp Laramie Peak is not your run of the mill scout camp. Troops get to experience the traditional camp experience including the merit badge camp program, one that has almost 100 years of history behind it, in addition to our newer specialty programs. Specialty programs include an outstanding first year camper Roaring Lion program, rock climbing, ziplines, mountain boarding and mountain biking.
Quality food prepared for you in the historic Pugsley Dining Hall. Extracurricular opportunities during the day and evening, for both youth and adults.
One the Nation’s Oldest Camps
Camp Laramie Peak was purchased in 1920 by a group of volunteers wanting a place to take Scouts in the wilderness. The rugged terrain, rambling brooks, and mountain backdrop was the ideal location.
Camp Laramie Peak is located northwest of Wheatland, Wyoming, near the base of Laramie Peak, in the Medicine Bow National Forest. The elevation at the Camp is approximately 6800 feet, which means we have cool evenings and mornings. Our temperatures during camp range from the 40′s at night to the 90′s during the day.
SUMMER CAMP FEE PAYMENT SCHEDULE
It is the responsibility of each unit to have their payments in to the Greeley Office (either by mail, in person or online) by the following deadlines:
$50 per person non-refundable deposit is due by December 1 or at time of registration, whichever is later.
1/2 of your balance of fees due is due by February 1.
Full fees are due by May 1.
Postmark will decide on-time payments for mailed checks, in-store receipt will determine on-time payments for personally delivered payments and date stamp for online payments will determine on-time payments. In all cases the payment must be int he Greeley office by specified date. Payment mailed or delivered to any other Council Office will not be counted on-time until they get to the Greeley Office so you will need to allow an extra week for that to happen.
The May 1 payment deadline is strictly enforced and any late payments will incur a $25 per person late fee. If the unit has paid their balance in full by May 1 and add to their numbers after that date, they will only be charged the late fee for the additions.
CLP Refund Policy – Summer Camps
$50 deposit is non-refundable. Cancellations prior to May 1, 100% less the non-refundable amount; cancellation after May 1 or no shows at check-in are non-refundable.
CLP Refund Policy – Year Around Use
Fess for cancellation are not refunded unless a determination has been made due to weather. You can transfer fees to an alternate date.
Programs & Activities
Camp Laramie Peak has a ton of activities to keep any scout or adult active. Our summer camp programs include the traditional merit badges, a top-notch first year camper program, shooting sports and climbing, and our new extreme scouting activities. We offer activities for scouts of all ages from handicraft, nature and the Roaring Lion Train to First Class program for first year campers to our shooting sports and climbing for the returning scouts, and for the older scouts, we have a zipline, bxm biking, mountain boarding, and paintball.
Learn more about all of the things you can do during summer camp at Camp Laramie Peak.
Roaring Lion Trail to First Class
This program is designed to help your Scouts achieve ranks up to First Class. Program will be provided that meets many of the rank advancement in Tenderfoot, Second and First Class, not all requirements can be completed at camp. Staff will not sign off requirements completed but a progress sheet will be provided to aid you in testing their knowledge of the various subject. Scouts participating in this program will still have time to complete some Merit Badge work during their week at camp. There will be an overnighter and 5-mile hike each week.
Handicraft & Heritage
The Handicraft area at Camp Laramie Peak provides program for Basketry, Leatherwork and Wood Carving Merit Badges. The program is run open-program so Scouts can fill in their free time with an additional Merit Badge.
The Heritage Program offers Indian Lore and Wilderness Survival Merit Badges and is a unique enrichment of the CLP camping experience. Scouts will need to purchase an Indian Lore kit to complete the Indian Lore Merit Badge.
CLP serves as a wonderful laboratory for exploring and studying the great outdoors. The Camp Laramie Peak Nature Program includes the following Merit Badges: Astronomy, Environmental Science, Geology, and Mammal Study. The Environmental Science Merit Badge requires comprehension of complex concepts, so it is recommended for Scouts 13 and over.
CLP also offers opportunities for earning Merit badges on an Independent Study basis: Bird Study, Nature, and Reptile & Amphibian Study Merit Badges.
Traditional Scouting skills are the trademarks of the Outdoor Skills Department, where Camping, Emergency Preparedness, First Aid,
Orienteering, and Pioneering Merit Badges are offered.
The Shooting Sports Department offers Rifle Shooting and Shotgun Shooting Merit Badges. In addition, recreational Open Shooting is scheduled for each area. Both Shotgun Shooting and Rifle Shooting take a great deal of practice to qualify. Since Shotgun Shooting requires good upper body strength and fine motor skills, it is recommended for Scouts age 13 and over.
The Archery program at Camp Laramie Peak is made up of both the Archery Merit Badge and an extracurricular six target 3-D Field Archery Range. Because of the fine motor skills and upper body strength required, it is recommended that only Scouts age 13 and older participate.
The camp offers the di
gital option only on the Photography Merit Badge. Scouts will need to supply their own digital camera. As their final project, Scouts will work to put together the ‘Woods of Wisdom’, the Camp Laramie Peak newspaper. All troops will receive a copy of the newspaper before leaving camp.
This is a well established extreme sport, derived from snowboarding. A mountainboard is made up of components including a deck, bindings to secure the rider to the deck, four wheels with pneumatic tires, and two steering mechanisms known as trucks. This is an extracurricular opportunity, there is no Merit Badge associated with this program.
A form of a cycling sport in which the main goal is extreme racing on bicycles in Motocross style on tracks with inline start and expressive obstacles. This is an extracurricular opportunity, there is not Merit Badge associated with this program.
Trail rides and overnighters are extracurricular opportunities at Camp Laramie Peak. Although there is no Merit Badge associated with this program, some requirements of the Cycling Merit Badge may be completed.
Camp Laramie Peak has a series of two ziplines at different locations in camp. Both are open at different times throughout the week. All Scouts and adults with an Xtreme wristband are invited to participate in this extracurricular opportunity.
The Climbing Program is made up of four distinct programs: Climbing Merit Badge, Technical Bouldering, Scrambling and Adult Climb. The Climbing program has something for every age and skill level. Everyone must have an Xtreme wristband to participate.
Photos & Video
We've posted some photos and videos to give you a preview of our camps. Do you have photos/videos you would like to share with us? Contact us and we'd love to show them here.
There is no better way to get to see the camp than going and experiencing it in person but photos are the next best thing. Have some photos to share with us? Let us know!
These are some videos of our camp and events that have happened recently. Enjoy! If you have a video from camp you would like to share, let us know!
Summer Camp with Longs Peak Council
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Street AddressThe address for the camp is 65 Forest Service Road #633 Wheatland, WY 82201
Lat / LonLooking for something more specific? 42.3316665,-105.34102960000001
Directions to Camp
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Street Address65 Forest Service Road #633 Wheatland, WY 82201
Dates & Details
The dates, prices and openings posted here are updated from our registration system. If you have questions, feel free to call the council's service center..
Quick LinksQuestions? Contact Us → Register for camp → Leader's Guide* →
* The 2016 leaders guide is not yet available, we've uploaded last year's guide as a reference.
Sessions & Fees
2016 Summer Camp at CLP
Camp Laramie Peak is a family style dining hall camp offering a full range of summer programs from merit badges to our specialty programs and extreme scouting activities.
|Week 2||June 19 - June 25, 2016||$295 / $125||147 Openings|
|Week 3||June 26 - July 2, 2016||$295 / $125||165 Openings|
|See Cub Camp registrations or BDSR Specialy Week registrations||July 7 - July 9, 2016||-||This week is full|
|Week 4||July 10 - July 16, 2016||$295 / $125||165 Openings|
If your troop meets its FOS Camp Goal by April 1 – each Scout receives a discount. Discounts will be posted here.
A limited number of Camperships are available for financial assistance to enable Scouts to attend camp. (Camperships will only be considered for Scouts registered in Longs Peak Council.) Campership Request Form Campership Application 5-13
Registration & Contact Information
Registration is now Open. We handle registration online, See the Registration Page for all the details. For More Information Registration information: Please contact Cindy Batt at 970-584-2202 or email CampRegistration@longspeakbsa.org. Other camp information: Please contact Billy Riley – Camping/Operations Director at 970-584-2218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Milk Notice
Camp Laramie Peak participates in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Milk Program which is administered through the Wyoming Department of Education. Any person alleging discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability has a right to file a complaint within 180 days of the alleged discrimination. All complaints of alleged discrimination related to the Special Milk Program, written or verbal, shall be accepted and immediately forwarded to this address: USDA, Director of Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W Whitten Bldg., 14th & Independence SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410.
Year Round Camping at CLP
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