Summer Fun at Camp Cherry Valley
Big Dalton Backpacking Trip
Camp Cherry Valley was an excellent Summer Camp trip for the troop. Many things were achieved as many of us earned our merit badges, went on insane and fun hikes, swam in the beautiful beaches of Catalina Island but also many of the scouts felt like they personally found good friends within the troop that […]
Apple Picking at Riley’s Farm
In March, a group of 6 scouts took on the rain and made the first backpacking trip we have taken in about 2 years. They walked through the rain for the first hour then the clouds parted ways and they had a beautiful view of the San Gabriel Valley from the first lookout up Monroe […]
Bike to the Beach
After an early morning structure fire devastated the Riley’s Farm Los Rios Rancho property, the apples needed picking, as precious resources had to be taken to help with the fire damage. Troop 483 spent a day picking apples for Riley’s Farm apple cider. It was a very productive day and they were very appreciative of our help.
YMCA Camp Surf
Biking to the beach was a big hit. We hope to make this an anual event. In all, we had 20 boys bike the 22 miles from Yorba Regional Park to Huntington Beach. After being canceled the previous week due to rain, it ended up being a perfect Southern California day for a bike ride.
On Labor Day weekend, 11 scouts from the troop, 3 cub scouts, one sibling and 7 adults attended the YMCA Camp Surf Family Weekend. Tents were set up on the sand right next to the water and the weather was perfect beach weather. There were many activities for everyone: Gaga Ball, Archery, Arts and Crafts, […]
DAR Flag Retirement
This summer we took 29 boys to Camp Whitsett located in the Sequoia National Forest. This camp offered many fun activities for the boys which included: archery, rifle shooting, shotgun shooting, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, fishing, white water rafting and so much more. Most of the boys earned 4-5 merrit badges from this experience. The boys […]
On June 15, 2019, Troop 483 boys participated in the 34th annual Daughters of the Revolutionary War Flag Retirement Ceremony. Boys from the troop prepared the flags for burning and laid each flag into the fire after displaying them to the audience in a quiet and respectful manner.