The links below provide more information on Camp Floyd
Our Next Meeting
Join on Thursday August 6th at 7 PM at the Lehi City Historical Archives located at 2151 North Point Meadow Drive in Lehi. The agenda is on the minutes page.
Look for our logo on our Google Plus, Pinterest, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube tools.
Please accept invitations to join our circles, friends and groups. These tools give you the insider information about the activities of the Friends of Camp Floyd on a weekly basis.
Check out our new books on Camp Floyd in the State Park Commissary and online at our printer Swift Printing
Frogtown was the name for the Fairfield buildings that surrounded Camp Floyd.
Read the poetry written by the soldiers and published in the Valley Tan newspaper.
Links to News & Partners
2015 Camp Floyd Museum Events
Archaeological Excavation 2009
Camp Floyd Gazette Newsletter #1
Crossroads Journal - Park Ranger
Crossroads Journal - Articles
Deseret News August 10, 2010
Fairfield Utah Historical Society
Friends Facebook Page
Friends GooglePlus Community
Lehi City Historical Archives
Living History Handbook
Living History New Member Reg.
Living History Rules
Living History Volunteers Wanted
Pioneer Heritage CompanyVideo Camp Floyd - Forgotten City
Video- Camp Floyd Arial Tour
Video- Frogtown and Camp Floyd
Goals and Objectives
• Assisting management with activities at Camp Floyd
• Educating State residents and visitors to the Park about the history and importance of Camp Floyd and its role in the Utah War
• Facilitating purchase of privately owned land within the boundaries of Camp Floyd.
• Helping realize the goal of a proper museum/office facility and other Park expansion at Camp Floyd State Park
• Helping Camp Floyd State Park to realize its full potential relative to the history of the State of Utah, Fairfield, Utah, and its influence upon the United States and specifically, the Civil War