Meadowcroft is host to a number of Patch & Badge programs for Girl and Boy Scouts of all ages.
Girl Scout Programs
Meadowcroft will host the Native American Awareness Patch Program on Saturday, April 13, 2013 and the Native American Lore Brownie Try-It! Program on Saturday, April 20, 2013. If you have a Scout that is interested in attending these two events, please contact the GSWPA via phone, or register online.
- Archaeology Fun Patch
- Native American Awareness Patch
- Exploring Native Americans Junior Girl Scout Patch
- Native American Brownie Try-It Patch
Boy Scout Programs
- Indian Lore Badge
- Archaeology Badge
- Wolf & Bear Cub Scout American Indian Life/Lore Badge
Overnight camping is available in the grassy field located directly behind the Meadowcroft Rockshelter & Historic Village Visitor Center.
- Bring your own tent and equipment.
- No-trace fires are allowed.
- Access to modern restrooms is provided.
- Outdoor picnic and pavilion areas are available.
2013 Scouting Rates
- One-Day Badge/Patch Program: $10 per Scout
- Two-Day Badge/Patch Program: $18 per Scout
- Overnight Camping Fee: $10 per Scout
- Standard Tour of of any of Meadowcroft's three historic villages or Rockshelter: $5 per Scout for one village; $8 per Scout for two villages
- Adults: Two adults free per troop; $10 per additional adult
The minimum Scout fee is $100 (if there are fewer than 10 Scouts). A deposit of $50 is required. The deposit is nonrefundable for cancellations within two weeks of the program date.
For additional information about Scout programs at Meadowcroft Rockshelter & Historic Village, please contact Meadowcroft by calling 724-587-3412. To schedule a visit please contact Fran Skariot at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Scout opportunities at the Senator John Heinz History Center, including the Night at the History Museum overnight program, please click here.