Utah Parks - CampingCamp Tifie FAQs

Camp Tifie FAQs


What we offer.

     Summer Camps:

  • Summer Camp: Tifie which is part of Mountain Dell Scout Ranch is located above Mount Pleasant, Utah in Sanpete County.  Tifie is an acronym which stands for Teaching Individuals and Families Independence Through Enterprise.  Tifie is situated at 7500 feet above the beautiful Sanpete Valley. Temperatures can be 15 to 20 degree cooler than in the valley during the summer. Tifie is a full-service camp that provides merit badge and adventure tracks for Scouts as well as offering a myriad of activities (e.g., shooting, aquatics, COPE, climbing and rappelling, and mountain biking) for stake groups including Zion’s camps, Aaronic Priesthood Encampments, and Girls Camps.
  • Want to learn more about the camp's programs? Click here for the 2019 Tifie Program Guide, (PDF).

  • Scout Camp Adventure Tracks Unveiled! Check out this blog article which gives more information about the Adventure Track system!

    • Adventure Tracks are a tactile, experience-based method of learning and achieving merit badges and rank advancement skills. Each track will be a two-day experience, with each Scout participating in two different tracks during a week at camp. The exception to the two-day track course will be some high-adventure based tracks, which may contain overnighters and may be as long as 5 days. Want to know more about the adventure track system? Check out these resources!

Don't know how to Register? Click here for instructions.

     Other Exciting Activities:

  • Stake / Ward Activities: The Boy Scouts of America, Utah National Parks Council now offers its properties, equipment, experts, and program for use by church stakes and wards.  As part of the 100+ year partnership between the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Boy Scouts of America, church Stakes and Wards may utilize these BSA resources to accomplish their objectives and control their own outcomes.  Prices and programs are customizable to fit church interests at any of our Council properties.
  • Year-round Camping: Are you in charge of your family reunion this year? Don't worry, Camp Tifie is an easy and beautiful place to host your family reunion. Check out other ways you can utilize our camp!

2019 Pricing/Dates

Summer CampSummer camp schedules go from Monday a.m.-Saturday a.m. for Scout troops.

  • Youth (ages 11-17): $208
  • Youth from outside the Utah National Parks Council border: $238
  • Adults: $40
  • Down Payment: $250 per campsite. NON-REFUNDABLE
  • Refunds of fees requested at least two weeks prior to an event will be fully granted (less any down payment). No refunds are given if a registration is canceled or the number of attendees is reduced within two weeks of your scheduled event.

Optional Costs:

  • Buffet Style Dining (Monday lunch-Saturday breakfast): $105 per person
  • Guest meals: $7 per meal

Available Discounts:?

  • Register for Week 4 (July 8-13), Week 5 (July 15-20) or Week 6 (July 29-August 3) for an additional $10 per youth discount.
  • ***Large groups of 50 or more, such as Church Stakes, should click here to get information on special group discounts and how to register.

Church GroupsChurch groups have the option to stay all week, or select specific days that meet their program requirements.?

Group Pricing
Church Group Participants 1-4 Days $45/day per participant (groups under 100)
Church Group Participants 1-4 Days $41.67/day per participant (groups 100+)
Church Group Participants 5 Days $39.60/day per participant x 5 days=$198 (groups under 100)
Church Group Participants 5 Days $37.60/day per participant x 5 days=$188 (groups 100+)

Preparing for camp.

     Required forms for ALL those attending camp:

  • Health form for everyone attending camp (including leaders)
  • Unit Roster: This list should include everyone who will be at camp for the week. We have found that the swim check roster works great for this. You can find that form at the end of our Program Guide which can be found here.
  • Registration receipt - in case there's an issue with registration
  • Swim Check: The swim classification of individuals participating in a Boy Scouts of America activity is a key element in both Safe Swim Defense and Safety Afloat. Refer to the swim test check-list in the Tifie Program Guide for categories and requirements. Leaders should ensure that swim tests for their youth are completed prior to coming up to camp.

What are the camp's policies and procedures?

Directions to camp

  • Drive to Mount Pleasant, Utah. Near the southern end of town before Main Street/Hwy 89 curves to the south-west, turn east on 700 S, drive to 700 E and turn south. The next turn will be east again on 1000 S, then south again after on 1200 E (or Pine Creek Road). Pine Creek Road will curve left after about one mile. After another 1/5 of a mile, the road will curve to the right. Follow the curve about another mile where it will once again curve right. Continue to follow this curve and the road will wind its way up to the main parking lot. From the last right curve to the main parking lot is about two miles. Signs along the way will provide direction.
  • Click here to download the map to Camp Tifie.

How old do youth need to be to come to camp?

  • Week-long summer Scout camps are designed primarily for Scouts 11 up through 17. For church groups, we can accommodate all young men and young women age groups 11-18.

How many leaders do we need to bring to camp?

  • Two deep leadership is required at all times. We recommend an additional leader for every 6-8 boys. Adjust for the benefit of the youth in your group.

What time is check-in?

  • Scout groups arrive Monday morning and depart Saturday morning. Other groups should plan to arrive several hours before their first scheduled program activity. If previously arranged, groups may be able to arrive the night before their first scheduled program day to assist them with set-up and group preparations. 

What about meals?

  • Let us handle the planning, prepping, cooking, and clean-up! Opt for our buffet-style dining, served in the Burch Lodge dining hall. Before you start your adventure, tell us of any dietary precautions so we can plan accordingly.
  • COST
    • $105 week-long dining plan.
    • $7.00 per meal for registered groups and guests. Guests purchase meals at the Trading Post.
  • OR bring your own food. Ice and milk can be purchased in the Trading Post.

Is water available at camp?

  • All water provided by Tifie is potable. Water is available at many locations throughout camp including dining areas, campsites, program/activity areas, shower-houses, and restrooms. Please use this resource wisely and report any leaks to camp management! 

  • Please, please, please drink continuously and often throughout the day!!! Dehydration is our #1 medical issue

Do I need to bring anything else to camp?

  • Each group is assigned a campsite(s). Every site has a pavilion and picnic table. Tents are not provided. There is sufficient room to park a camp gear storage trailer.  
  • Unit & Personal Equipment: Tent, portable canopy, snacks (can be purchased at trading post), sleeping pad, sunglasses, sleeping bag/pillow, insect repellant, camp cot/chair, chapstick, change of clothing/hat, sunscreen, shoes/boots/water shoes, hydration pack, toiletries, camera, towel, first aid kit, etc.

Will the Trading Post be open? If so, what type of things will they have there?

  • Hours vary and are posted on the door. Located in base camp, the camp store has ice cream, drinks, souvenirs and basic camping-related items available for purchase. Cash and credit are accepted. 

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