Philmont Training Center
The Philmont Training Center (PTC), located at the Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimarron, New Mexico, has been the National Training Center of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) since 1950. The PTC offers week-long training conferences from June through September for council, district, and unit volunteers, BSA professionals, and youth leaders with several conferences taking place each week.
PTC & Villa Philmonte
The Villa Philmonte was the New Mexico home of Waite and Genevieve Phillips. It was constructed in the Spanish Mediterranean style from 1926 to 1927 and it is 28,400 square feet in size. The Villa Philmonte is a house museum today. Tour guides tell the story of the Phillips family, their Philmont Ranch, and the gifting of that ranch in two parcels to the Boy Scouts of America, 1938 and 1941.
Dining - food served by Philmont staff in dining hall.
Sleeping - your 10′ x 12′ terrace canvas wall tent is on a concrete platform and contains two metal-springs twin beds with mattresses, chairs, a metal locker, an electric outlet, and a light. Our tents are a short walk away to our shower house, where individual locking units contain a shower, sink, toilet, mirror, and power outlets.