About Troop 1613

TROOP 1613


Originally founded and Chartered by "The Parents of Troop 1613" in October, 2009, based in Yorba Linda, California, TROOP 1613 is Chartered by Richfield Community Church.  Located on Richfield Avenue in Yorba Linda, TROOP 1613 meets the first three Monday evenings of every month from 7:00 - 8:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall. (We hold a planning meeting on the fourth Monday of each month. This is called the Patrol Leadership Council (PLC).)

Home to 30-40 registered scouts, TROOP 1613 is a scout-led organization which includes a diverse program of weekly meetings, outdoor adventures, advancement, community service projects and an annual family excursion. Our goals are to develop Godly men who are independent, self-sufficient and respected leaders in their communities.   If you're seeking a place to learn life skills and join in outdoor-based adventures . . . you've come to the right place.

Our mission statement directly correlates to our Troop number 1613:

"Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be men of courage; be strong."

1 Corinthians 16:13

In addition to maintaining a 12-month calendar, Troop 1613 conducts weekly meetings, regular troop committee meetings, parent meetings, and a Court of Honor held quarterly.


    • Bouldering at Joshua Tree
    • Canoeing on the Colorado River
    • Doheny Beach Camping
    • Community Service Projects
    • Geode Hunting at Coon Hollow Campgroud
    • Lake Jennings Fishing and Kayaking
    • Palm Springs Backpack to San Jacinto Peak
    • Bike Trip to Newport Beach
    • Portola District Camporee
    • Senior Scout's Zion and Bryce Canyon Backpacking
    • Winter/Snow Camping
    • Summer Camps include Fiesta Island, Whitsett, Lost Valley and Camp Chawanakee
    • Miramar Air Show
    • Climbing & Rappelling at New Jack City
    • Lava Tube Exploration & Aircraft Hike
    • Kern River White Water Rafting
    • Deep Sea Fishing
    • Rock Climbing at Rock City
    • Mt. Whitney Backpack
    • Calico Ghost Town
    • Annual Family Campouts
    • Death Valley National Park


For more information, contact:

Scoutmaster Daniel Hildebrandt