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Trail Life in Roseville, California!

Trail Life is a Christ-centered outdoor adventure, leadership, and character development group. Set in the context of outdoor adventure and working in patrols within troops, each young trailman is challenged to build character and a lifetime of practical leadership skills.

What’s new

  • 2024 Pinewood Grand Prix
    Come be a part of our very first Pinewood Grand Prix! Participants get to design, build, and race their own car! Trailmen from Troop 19 and girls from AHG Troop 77 are welcome to participate. When: Saturday, April 6, 2024 Where: Roseville Sunrise Lions Club House Race participants must submit a registration form and pay a… Read More »2024 Pinewood Grand Prix
  • Operation Christmas Child 2023
    Boxes can be returned at our Troop meeting on November 16th, or to a nearby drop-off center up until November 20th. You can find drop-off locations here: Shoebox Drop Off Locations ( We are excited to announce our participation in the wonderful charity event, Operation Christmas Child! This heartwarming initiative ensures that children in need… Read More »Operation Christmas Child 2023
  • 2023 Fundraising
    We have two fundraising options to help support the troop this year! We use these funds to pay for events, purchase troop equipment, and generally provide an exciting year for the Trailmen. Some upcoming events include a trip to Quarry Park, rafting in the American River, and a Pine Car Derby! It is very important… Read More »2023 Fundraising

Upcoming events

  • Thursday May 16

    Troop Meeting
    Thursday May 16
    6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
    Troop Meeting

    Join us for our regular troop meeting.

  • Saturday May 18

    Court of Honor (Awards Ceremony)
    Saturday May 18
    12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
    Court of Honor (Awards Ceremony)

    The Court of Honor is our chance to recognize the hard work our trailmen put in during the program year. We will be awarding earned branches, badges, ranks, and trailmen who are ageing up will be inducted into their new units.

    The entire family is invited to come and see what your trailmen have been up to throughout the year.

    We will be holding a refreshment potluck with our sister AHG troop before the ceremony begins, so come early for food!

    When: Saturday, May 18th, 12:30 – 2:30 pm

    Where: Destiny Community Center – Main Auditorium 1

    This is a potluck style event, please bring a small dish to share according to your trailman’s unit:

    • Adventurers – Bread rolls
    • Hawks – Desserts
    • Mountain Lions & Foxes – any warm or cold appetizer, side or main type dish
    • Navigators – Fruits

    (If you have children in different troop or units, please choose the one category of item that would be easiest for your family to bring)

    Troop is providing drinks, plates, utensils and napkins


    12:15 pm – Mingle in lobby, drop off refreshments,

    12:30 pm – Pot luck begins

    1:00 pm – Trail Life CEREMONY BEGINS

    • Opening ceremony
    • Thank volunteers
    • Slideshow
    • Present achievements Unit by Unit
    • Youth leadership positions
    • Advancement ceremony
    • Worthy Life Awards
    • Rank Advancements
    • Summer Events

    2:20 pm – CLOSING CEREMONY

  • Friday May 31 11:00 amSunday June 2 12:00 pm

    Wench Creek Campout
    Friday May 31Sunday June 2
    11:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Wench Creek Campout

    Our entire troop will be tent camping for two nights in the Eldorado National Forest, Wench Creek group site. We have a number of activities planned to include badge work and hiking.

    Boys and their dads or dad-likes are welcome to stay overnight.

    Woodlands Trailmen (ages 5-10) must be accompanied by their dad for overnight stay and will cook together as one large group. (Let leadership know if this is a challenge for your family.)

    Navigators and Adventurers (ages 11-17) can stay overnight with or without dads and will tent and cook together as patrols. Dads should bring their own tents and will cook and eat with the Woodlands.

    Location: Wench Creek Group Site 2

    Contact: The troop can be reached by calling Stephen Ferrero 408-467-9496, or Candace Ferrero 408-807-8031 (offsite emergency contact)

    Weather – TBD

    Phones – Must stay in bags at all times. Trailmen may not use phones or other electronic devices except to contact family in an emergency.

    Tents – Trailmen (hawks and up) are welcome to tent together. If they choose to do so, there must be between 3-5 trailmen of similar age in each tent. Navigator and Adventurers will tent with their patrols with 3-5 per tent. The troop has some tents available to borrow if needed.

    Packing List:

    Participants are responsible for their own personal gear. A personal gear list can be found here.
    A small daypack and the following items are strongly recommended for all attendees, as we will be hiking to activities.
    • 1-liter water bottle
    • Handbook in a zip-loc plastic bag
    • Mess Kit (plate, bowl, spork, and cup)
    • Closed toe shoes
    Overnight campers must also bring at a minimum:
    • Sleeping bag and pad
    • Tent (Navigator and Adventurers can share a tent with 3+ boys)
    • Clean clothes for sleeping
    • Knives – Mountain Lions and above, with parent permission, may bring a small folding pocket-knife but may not carry it until they have earned their Woodsman card.

    Cost is $20 per participant and includes Friday Dinner, Saturday Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Breakfast on Sunday.

    RSVP here and pay online here by May 16th.

  • Friday July 19 1:00 pmSunday July 21 2:00 pm

    Nav/Ads - Lassen National Park
    Friday July 19Sunday July 21
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
    Nav/Ads - Lassen National Park

    Our Navigators and Adventurers will be staying overnight at Lassen Volcanic National Park and will plan to summit Mt. Lassen while there.

    Vehicle parking is limited so we will be carpooling from the Roseville area.

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