The links below provide more information on Camp Floyd
Join us at the Friends Board Meeting Thursday Nov 5, 2014 at the Lehi City Historical Archives from 7 - 8 PM located at 2151 North Point Meadow Drive in the old Satellite Library Building.
Ladies of Camp Floyd on Saturday Nov 8, 2014
Experience the Life of a Typical American Women in 1857 – Meet costumed interpreters and learn about early education in a one-room schoolhouse. Work on a chalk slate, read from a McGuffy Reader, play games such as hoops, graces, cup & ball, and more.
Wear Period Clothing – Each participant will be given a period dress and hoop skirt to be worn for the entire day camp.
Tea Party – Host a tea party! All participants will be instructed on proper manners and etiquette in conducting a popular afternoon meeting for women of the period, having an afternoon tea.
Learn the Virginia Reel – A popular 19th century dance.
Craft Activities – Make a lace collar and spin wool into a bracelet using a drop spindle
Experience the History of Camp Floyd – Enjoy the fascinating exhibits and displays on the life of a soldier at the Camp Floyd Museum. Tour the Stagecoach Inn constructed next to the camp for passengers traveling by stagecoach.
News & Partners
Archeological excavation April 11, 2009
Camp Floyd Gazette Newsletter #1
Deseret News August 10, 2010
Friends FaceBook Page
Friends Google+ site
Friends Twitter Site
Friends Linked-In Site
Crossroads Journal News Encampment
June 2014 Crossroads Journal August 2014
Google Site with Links to Fairfielder's
Lehi City Historical Archives
Utah.Com Destination Camp Floyd
Utah.Com Destination Pony Express
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