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Eagle Bricks

"We will pave our way to the future with the names of the best!"

Camp Tuscazoar Eagle BrickGet your EAGLE BRICKS to commemorate your Eagle Rank or the Eagle Rank of a friend or relative. These standard red paving bricks feature engraved black letters of the text you choose. Honor a scout or your organization with a brick featuring names, dates, troop, city or whatever you desire.

These bricks are being used to pave the Eagle Walk in front of the W. C. Moorhead Museum and will be used in other choice camp locations when that walk is completed. Many of Camp Tuscazoar's Eagles are already honored here, but good locations are still available in The Eagle Walk at the museum.

Camp Tuscazoar Eagle BrickFor detailed ordering information, please refer to our Buy-A-Brick Campaign brochure.

If you cannot open the brochure file, please send an email to info@tuscazoar.org. We will mail our brochure with brick text instructions and ordering details to your address, so don't forget to give us your mailing information.



Update: November 8, 2018
- If you visited Camp Tuscazoar in the past few months, you may have noticed that the bricks from our Eagle Walk in front of the museum had been removed. The Eagle Walk is currently under renovations because animals frequently undermine the walk. The bricks were removed, a new cement base was poured and the bricks are now being re-layed on that base. This should end the rodent problem and make the walk much more attractive.  Unfortunately, because the new walk is larger than before, many bricks had to be relocated.  We hope you understand and will enjoy looking for your brick in maybe a slightly different spot.   A special thank you to the Scouts of Troop 5150 and Cubs from Pack 2084 for their help in moving and stacking all of the bricks, and to Troop 176 for helping with the first stages of the restoration.  The project is nearly done!