Camping Operations Order:

Mission :  Sat JAN 31   YURT campout in Chilo, OH.          

Arrive around 8:00am, we will DEPART  Saturday at 8:30 am and travel to Chilo OH, (map) by crossing the Ohio River by ferry at Augusta, Ky (near Maysville) then travel north to Chilo Lock 34 Park.   Map Google map

Show up a half hour early to load gear.

Boys will be working on 1st class cooking, orienteering, and pioneering as well as basic scout skills.

We will be sleeping in the yurts (heated via logs),no tents - but will need sleeping bag, pad, and pillow.   Return Sun about 4 pm.

Adults may bring a cot to sleep on.

 DQ on the way home.  (have a little extra cash for this)

Cost  $30.00

Permission Slip :  PERMISSION     (download this and fill out on your PC, then just change the DESTINATION for each trip)

MEDICAL FORM : Medical Form ( Class A & B )     - Each scout must have a the part A/B filled, no need for the physical.

 Local Info:  Chilo Lock Park



Suggested Packing List:  


  Camp Equipment

__Day Pack  (for the hike)


__Boots  (good hiking boots)  


__Clothes (change of clothing  change of wool socks, change of liner socks, underwear, tee shirt, long sleeve shirt)

__Snacks (for the trip )

__Flash light / Head light


__ Water bottle  (filled with water)

__Backpack  (to carry all your clothes & equipment)

__Sleeping bag

__Sleeping mat / pad

__Personal Eating Utensils (plate, cup, spoon / fork or mess kit)

__Hygiene Kit (Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, hand sanitizer)

__Toilet Paper in a ziplock bag



__Emergency kit (including a whistle, pocket knife, emergency blanket, etc)

__Scout Handbook

__Wet Weather Protection Gear (Rain Jacket and Pants- pants are optional)

__Personal First Aid Kit

__Extra money for Dairy Queen

 Carryon for the bus:

In a plastic bag bring the clothes you will change into after travel (we will leave ALL uniform pieces including Scout socks on the bus so we can travel home in clean uniforms).

NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES ALLOWED ON TRIP.   (gameboys, DVD players, phones)

Sheath, butterfly, and survival type knives, etc. are not allowed on
the reservation. IF brought, the Scoutmaster should hold them until the Scout returns home. 

All fuel (propane, white gas) must be checked in and held by an adult until it is needed. Only adult leaders should handle fuel.



Local Emergency: