Trinity Trails District, BSA

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

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In-Person Youth Protection Training (YPT)



BSA requires Youth Protection Training for all registered adults.  The National BSA requirements for all activities are here.  The State of Texas also has additional requirements for adults at day camps and resident camps / summer camps.

All adults at summer camps and day camps in the state of Texas are required to take the Texas-approved BSA in-person YPT Course.  YPT cards from the BSA online course may not be used for summer camps and day camps in the state of Texas.  However, YPT cards from the the in-person Texas-approved YPT Course are good for all BSA YPT requirements.  The YPT course must be taken within two years of attending camp.  (Note that this state requirement applies only to summer camps and day camps in the state of Texas and does NOT apply to unit weekend camping.)

To take the online Youth Protection training go to and create an account.  (If you do not have a My.Scouting account, you can create one.)  You do not have to be a registered member or have a member ID to take Youth Protection training.

For Trinity Trails District, the available classes are listed below. Registration is not required – just show up!  Please bring a pen and your BSA identification number if you know it.


6pm – 7pm

Arborlawn SAM Building, 4917 Briarhaven Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76109


6pm – 7pm

Arborlawn SAM Building, 4917 Briarhaven Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76109


7pm – 8pm

Westminster Presbyterian Church, 7001 Trail Lake Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76133


6pm – 7pm

Arborlawn SAM Building, 4917 Briarhaven Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76109



Congratulations to Trinity Trails' Newest Eagle Scouts!

Eagel Scout medal

Four Trinity Trails Scouts achieved the rank of Eagle Scout at January's Eagle Boards of Review!

Congratulations to Trinity Trails District's newest Eagles:

  • Rhys Boyd, Troop 50
  • Jackson Key, Troop 17
  • Kennedy Kirchhefer, Troop 499
  • Jacob Richmond, Troop 97

And many thanks to those Scouters who came out to participate as Eagle Board members!

Steve Beyt
District Advancement
Last Updated on Saturday, 21 January 2017 14:10

Webelos Invited to Troop 707 Kyle Mountain Campout

Webelos, Do You Want To Camp on a Mountain?

Troop 707 is hosting a second year Webelo camp out at Worth ranch January 14, 2017.  It will start at Todd campsite and go up Kyle mountain in the afternoon to spend the night on top.  We will have a small fire that night.  Parents are encouraged to go up for the night or they can stay down at Todd campsite.  Troop 707 will supply lunch on Saturday and Breakfeast Sunday morning.  Saturday evening will be up to each person.  Any one going up on Kyle needs to bring a MRE or something to cook for dinner.  The boy scouts are there to show the younger scouts how to camp and back packing cooking.  For the people staying down at Todd for the night there will be stoves and cookware from the troop to use.


This is a great opportunity to check out Troop 707 and discover if your Webelo is a good fit.

For more information, please contact Mike Cormier at 682-225-2796 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Climbing the Summit


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Trinity Trails Contacts

Jason Buescher,
Field Director

Thurman Schweitzer,
District Chair

Steve Baker,

George Muckleroy,

Kevin McClean,

David Brynell,
District Commissioner

James Horton,
Cub Roundtable Commissioner

Paul Taylor,
Scout Roundtable Commissioner

George Muckleroy,
Nominating Committee Chair


Carll Martinez,
Family Friends of Scouting

Blake Leva,
Popcorn Kernel

Joel Lewallen,
Camp Cards

Kevin McClean,

Kevin Ferguson,

Mike Cormier,

Chris Gonzales,
Day Camp

Brian Cook,

Chris Gonzales,
Pinewood Derby

Steve Beyt,

James Tinker,

David Sherier,
OA Advisor

Bill Peterson,
Merit Badges

Douglas Abernathy,