Scouting offers numerous age-appropriate activities and events for members of your troop.
Outdoor adventure is the promise made to boys when they join Scouting. Boys yearn for outdoor programs that stir their imagination and interest.
The Boy Scouts of America's premier high-adventure base challenges Scouts and Venturers with more than 200 square miles of rugged New Mexico wilderness. Backpacking treks, horseback cavalcades, and training and service programs offer young people many ways to experience this legendary country.
There are numerous opportunities for Arrowmen to provide service, demonstrate leadership, and practice camping skills by working with a Cub Scout pack.
Scuba BSA introduces qualified Boy Scout, Venturing, and registered adult participants to to the special skills, equipment, and safety precautions associated with scuba diving.
Snorkeling Safety is the recommended procedure for conducting BSA swimming activities using masks, fins, and snorkels.
Kayaking BSA provides an introduction to kayaking skills and safety procedures and serves as a program opportunity for Boy Scout, Varsity, and Venturing units in camp or out.
More than 300 trails have been approved for Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers, and family campers. The Boy Scouts of America strongly recommends that hikers use only historic trails that have been nationally approved.
Designed to help older Scouts, with guidance from their adult leaders, to plan and safely carry out council and unit high-adventure treks
The Boy Scouts of America operate three high-adventure bases: Florida Sea Base, Northern Tier, and Philmont Scout Ranch.
The Boy Scout troop open house provides a forum to demonstrate the troop's accomplishments in a way that will appeal to youth who have never tried Scouting.
The Boy Scouts of America designates the Sunday that falls before February 8 (Scouting Anniversary Day) as Scout Sunday, which is the primary date to recognize the contributions of young people and adults to Scouting.
Program-specific criteria designed to assist unit leaders in determining what activities are age-appropriate for their participants.
The Boy Scouts of America has held National Scout Jamborees for Scouts and leaders of Boy Scout councils throughout the United States and the World Organization of the Scout Movement holds World Jamborees for Scouts and leaders throughout the world.
The Jamboree-on-the-Air (JOTA) is an annual Scouting and amateur radio event sponsored by the World Scout Bureau of the World Organization of the Scout Movement.
Project COPE is an exciting outdoor activity designed to meet the needs of youth who seek greater challenges to their physical and mental abilities.
Youth participants identified climbing as an increasingly popular activity. They requested the development of program literature by the Boy Scouts of America in support of climbing.