The Camp-In featured live demos, Q&As with special guests, campfires, and way, way more. Watch the entire free virtual event here.
Scouting service doesn't have to stop. Here are some ideas to help you "Do a Good Turn Daily" while still staying safe.
Lava caves, rare plants and stark scenery — is this troop on another planet?
Try these three easy methods to make a no-sew face covering using a T-shirt, a bandana or a Scout neckerchief.
Even though many Scouting programs are on hold, there are still many ways to stay connected to Scouting on the internet.
One troop makes the most of a chilly Yosemite surprise.
Even though lawsuits and bankruptcy do affect the national organization of the BSA, they don’t affect you or your Scout unit. Your fun continues non-stop.
The camp also introduced the teens to Exploring, a BSA program that focuses on learning about careers.
Can these explorers keep cool when their eyes play tricks on them and their headlamps go out?
Get ready for summer camp! Make plans to visit one of these great Scout camps.
Earn merit badges, learn how to handle the cold and bond with friends at winter camp.
It's just like hiking in summer! Except for the temperature ... and the clothing ... and the gear ... and the scenery ... .
At Air Camp, Scouts can do lots of Scouting activities. But mostly, it's about aviation.
Backpacking along California's Mad River is a challenging, rewarding experience. Just Be Prepared to get wet.
Connecticut troop hosts a Thanksgiving campout that's all about family and food.
Crew 62 explores a unique environment that many have seen on TV or in movies but few ever get to experience in person.
See how one Webelos Scout's idea came to life, thanks to molten glass, two Eagle Scout glassblowers and a 2,100-degree oven.
This group of Scouts will work with BSA leadership to give insights on issues that matter to kids and teens today.
Scouting offers plenty of ways to stay active in your troop, help others and earn some really cool awards.
The language might be different, but the spirit of Scouting is the same across the globe.
At the STEM Camporee in New Mexico, Scouts learn that catapults are a fun way to learn about physics and engineering.
Camp gives you a lot — food, fun and a place to rest your head at night. Why not give a little something back?
Explore this grand adventure of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Relive the moments that made Scouts realize how awesome Cub Scouts really is!
Backpacking 50 miles to the summit of Utah's Kings Peak was both a physical and a mental challenge for Troop 125.
An orienteering competition is a great way to test your map-and-compass skills.
There’s a lot more to fishing than catching fish.
Lead the way by hosting a campout for your entire community!
It might be a made-up contest, but what Scouts learn in the Colorado wilderness could prove vital in a real survival situation.
Make plans for fun with our guide to eight amazing Scout camps.
Important tips to help you get the most out of your merit badge experience.
At the Summit Bechtel Reserve, Venturers learn you don’t have to face your fears alone.
This is a great way to be prepared for a longer trek!
Here are the most important steps in completing the Eagle Scout service project.
How do you collect nearly 2 million food items in a single weekend? One can, bag and box at a time.
See the incredible photos captured by Troop 544 when they launched a balloon 20 miles into the air.
We want to see your amazing patrol, den, pack or troop flag creations and share them with the world.
Making caves safer for the bug-eating nocturnal mammals is important work – and lots of fun.
Welcome to the best adventure of your life.
Where will your Scouting adventure lead? You decide, and we will help you get there.
A backpacking trip on the Northern California coast leads to spectacular sightseeing and adventure for Troop 606.
Troop 208 made time for hiking, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, camping and, of course, fishing!
If you're a Scout tasked with planning a Scouting event, here are tips to make the event go as smoothly as possible.
To succeed at a camporee, you have to know your outdoor skills and be able to work as a team.
When setting sail from Mackinaw City, Michigan, you go where the wind takes you.
After a series of deadly storms, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers help rebuild.
You're in for an out-of-this-world experience at Space Camp.
A week at one of these eight incredible Scout camps is time well spent.
On the Ten Commandments Hike, Scouts stopped at eight houses of worship to learn about religions in their community.
Any day is a good day to be outside, but especially on National Trails Day and National Public Lands Day.
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