Pedro Trail 40th Anniversary Hike
Units, Scouts and D-Bar-A Staff Alumni and Friends of the camp. You are invited to attend a day hike on the longest scout camp trail in Michigan.
The Pedro Trail started in 1981 as an Order of the Arrow project to get scouts out hiking. Over the past 40 years it has seen quite a few changes and many improvements along the way. Now we have 3 loops to hike with 10 miles of pure nature to experience. Each trail designed for a specific ages and hiking abilities.
Units can choose to hike eit her the Red, Blue, or Yellow loops. Or for the most adventurous units, all three in one day! Please remember to check out with us at the registration table when you are done hiking.
Also offered on the Jerry White Trail (entrance located West of Draper Cabin) a special conservation hike. Members of the Michigan Crossroads Conservation Committee will be at each of the three Conservation pavilions to educate everyone about the BSA Conservation awards. These can be earned at camp or near your home. So, when you are done with the Pedro Trail come and check them out!
The event starts at 10am, with all registered units meeting in the main parking lot adjacent to the Trainor Museum. The event will end at 6pm.
Special 40th Anniversary patches, a 40th Anniversary medal and other Pedro Trail memorabilia will be available for purchase at a table next to registration when you check in.
Please download the leaders guide for more details and we hope to see you at D-Bar-A where Every Scout's Dream Becomes a Reality.
This event is sponsored by the Eagle Scout Association of Michigan, a chapter of the National Eagle Scout Association.