The United States Army, Mormon Pioneers, Stagecoach Travelers, and the Pony Express met at Camp Floyd and the town of Fairfield. The Army arrived in 1858 and constructed Camp Floyd to suppress a supposed Mormon rebellion. The Army remained here for three years before being recalled for the Civil War. Today, Camp Floyd State Park features three structures and a cemetery. Visit the museum and Stagecoach Inn and learn about this nationally important historic site.
Attention Cub Scouts!! Come experience the life of a soldier at Camp Floyd. This program is designed to complete Achievement 8: The Past Is Exciting and Important for Bear Scouts. Tour the museum... read more
When registering for the program, you can write your troop number or group name in lieu of a participant name.
Johnston’s Army Adventure Camp is designed for Boy Scouts age 11 and up and offers an... read more
Camp Floyd History Camps for kids is a fun-filled educational experience on how soldiers lived at Camp Floyd in 1861. Campers will meet costumed interpreters, play 19th Century games, drill,... read more