Youth Trapper Camp - June 8-10, 2018

Location, Fees And General Information


Youth Trapper Camp is held at Kiwanis Camp, which is 17 miles south of Havre on the Beaver Creek Highway at Beaver Creek Park.

For those who have attended YTC in prior years, this location is 3 miles before the turn into Mooney Coulee.

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  • $50.00/camper
  • $30.00/youth camper with scholarship
  • Camp fees are non-refundable after May 15, 2018

2017 Camp Pictures


Camp Fee Includes

  • Meals, drinks and snacks
  • Educational materials
  • Portfolio of Information
  • Note pad, pen, pencil, etc
  • Jr MTA membership (optional), with The Trapper and Predator Caller if not already being received in the household
  • Youth Trapper Camp T-shirt
  • Youth Trapper Camp attendance certificate
  • Automatic entry into any drawings, raffles or giveaways, which the attendee may be eligible for

Attendees not staying in the cabins are responsible for supplying tents, RVs, camping trailer, sleeping bag or bedroll, flashlight, rain gear, clothes, coats, personal care items (comb, toothbrush, etc)

Classes and Name Tags

Campers, chaperons, camp personnel and instructors will be divided into groups or Families - BEAVER, MINK, MARTEN, BOBCAT, etc. Each with a designated chaperon, to use for rotation of classes. Campers will be supplied with a name tag with this information on it. Please note on your application if you wish to be placed with a certain group or person. Otherwise you will be assigned a family designation. The name tag will also be used as a meal ticket.

Restroom Accommodations

Shower house with indoor facilities and outdoor facilities - Outhouse.
Potable water for drinking and cooking.

Camp Cleanup

Parents and guardians bringing attendees are encouraged to share in these duties. However, attendees are free to go fishing, hiking or whatever in Beaver Creek Park - perhaps a shopping trip to Havre.

Cabins Available for YTC Attendees

There are 12 cabins on site. Each 20x24 with six bunk beds. The cabins are heated and have electricity. If used, the cabins will have to be swept, damp mopped and the bunks wiped down on Sunday prior to your departure. There is a $25 refundable cleaning deposit per person or $75/family.

We will be reserving - if needed - one of the cabins for instructors; one for an unattended boys barracks. This will leave at least 9 cabins. For those attendees who may wish to stay in a cabin, rather than bringing a camper, RV or tent. The cabin space will be assigned on a first come first served basis and you may be sharing with other attendees. You may apply as a group if you wish.

You will need to supply your own pillows, sleeping bags and bedding. You may bring a pad or air mattress.

Schedules & Menu

  1st Year Attendees       2nd Year Attendees       Advanced Attendees



It is the intent of the Youth Trapper Camp that the camp be filled with exciting learning experiences, new friendships and fun. Parents or guardians who transport campers to and from the Youth Trapper Camp site are encouraged to register, stay on site, sleep over and take meals with the attendees, instructors and other volunteers. Parents and guardians may volunteer to chaperon, help serve meals, clean up, etc. or within the Beaver Creek Park area, there are opportunities to hike, take pictures, stream or fake fish for trout, walleyes or northern pike, to name a few. To help make this a good experience, everyone should be considerate of others, participate fully in the event and observe the rules outlined below. The rules are intended to assist in providing for the health, safety and social well-being of everyone at camp. If a situation or question arises which is not clearly covered by this list, ask the chaperon before acting.

  1. Attendees under the age of 10 years or those with special needs must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  2. Attendees under the age of 7 years may register as "Pre 1st Year"
  3. Attendees must be at least 7 years of age to register as "1st Year"
  4. Attendees must be at least 8 years of age to register as "2nd Year"
  5. Attendees must be at least 9 years of age to register as "Advanced"
  6. Be pleasant and cooperative; all participants will enjoy themselves more.
  7. Respect supervision at all times. You are accountable to all adults connected with this camp.
  8. Fireworks, firearms, illegal drugs, tobacco and intoxicants of any kind are not permitted.
  9. The Hill County curfew will be enforced: 10:30p in your sleeping quarters - 11:00p lights out. The Camp will be patrolled by a sheriffs deputy and violators will be taken to the sheriffs office in Havre, where they will await pickup by their parent or guardian.
  10. Obtain the chaperon's permission before leaving your group for any purpose.
  11. Respect your surroundings and lodging. Should anything be damaged, notify your chaperon IMMEDIATELY. If damage is found after check out, you may be held responsible for restitution.
  12. Respect others privacy. Boys are not permitted in girls sleeping accommodations, nor are girls permitted in boys sleeping accommodations, unless approved and/or accompanied by a chaperon.
  13.  Attendance at instructional sessions and scheduled activities is required, unless excused by your chaperon. Show respect for our volunteer instructors, be prompt or ahead of time.
  14. The camp directors, along with the committee, will set guidelines for the group.
  15. Violation of any of these rules is grounds for dismissal of individuals or groups and forfeiture of all fees. Parents will be promptly notified. Individuals so dismissed must call parent or guardian to arrange transportation home at their own expense.

It is not possible to anticipate every possible situation. In the absence of a rule regarding a specific activity or situation, the chaperon in charge has the authority to interpret rules and resolve problems not addressed in the above mentioned rules.

Registration is due no later than May 15th