Annual Mudslide/Founder's Day Events - February each year
In February each year, SCOUTS New Zealand celebrates their annual MudSlide Day - and Scout Groups across the country combine plastic with dirt and water to have a whole lot of fun.
Open to communities as a family day, MudSlide Day gives Scout Groups the perfect opportunity to invite their friends to share in the adventure of SCOUTS. The MudSlide is held every year towards the end of February, and is usually the same weekend at Founders Day. Some of our regions run camps to celebrate Founder's Day and have mud/water slides at the camps.
**UPDATE - GOOD PRACTICE FOR MUDSLIDES**:
LEADERS: We've added some useful Good Practice Guides to the SCOUTS New Zealand Member's website to assist leaders, planners and organisers with risk assessment for mudslides.
>> Click here to view the Mudslide Good Practice Guides
This is updated for mudslides held in the various regions each year.
Upper North Island
Please note that water restrictions have impacted the mud/waterslides available in this Region.
Central North Island
TE AWAMUTU - To be confirmed
Lower North Island
Upper South Island
Lower South Island
FORT ROSE, SOUTHLAND: