Jul 30 - Aug 5
Cub Scout Overnight Resident Summer Camp is a memorable 4 days and 3 nights of adventurous activities that keep campers excited for months after the closing campfire.
It is open to Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos, and Arrow of Light Scouts.
Outdoor fun for a whole pack or an individual family. Choose your day hike in the location of your choice! Counts towards the Summertime Pack Award.
Aug to Dec
Basic Adult Outdoor Leader Orientation (BALOO) and Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) can help you deliver the promise of a quality program to our Scouts. Wilderness First Aid and Basic Life Support/First Aid will keep them safe. Sign up today!
Sep 15-17 and Oct 14-15
Corporate level training for leaders in all Scout positions to gain a deeper knowledge of what Scouting is.
Develop tools for leading change, coaching & mentoring, managing conflict and servant leadership.
- Help Calm Summer Camp Anxiety - Anxiety can occur for some Scouts to feel leading up to summer camp. Here are some tips to ease that.
- BSA Exits Bankruptcy - Note from Scout Executive Clif Morris on the BSA exit from bankruptcy re-organization.
- Important Update to Scouting’s Barriers to Abuse - A key requirement begins Sep 1, 2023. Click to read more.
- Barriers to Abuse: Scouts BSA Units at Meetings - Reminders for proper conduct at Scouts BSA meetings, activities, camps and more.
- Cub Advancement at a Glance - This current Cub Scout advancement-at-a-glance info. is a one-page document that shows each rank requirement in Cub Scouting. This can help to simplify some information as you onboard den leaders […]
- Citizenship in Society Merit Badge Counselor Requirements - Additional information to know for registering to be a counselor for this merit badge: Register as a Merit Badge Counselor for the Citizenship in Society Merit Badge by completing an […]
- Update to Scouts BSA Joining Age - The BSA has been looking at the barriers to joining for today’s families and we want to simplify this for any youth who wants to participate in our programs. The […]
- Discontinue Use of NESA Paper Applications - The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) has recently implemented new pricing for its membership. As a result of this, when presenting Eagle Scout packets to new Eagle Scouts, use of […]
- National Jamboree Day Visit - Jul 24 - Day trip by bus to the Summit Bechtel Reserve
- Cub Summer Day Hikes - Keep your Cubs active during the summer by exploring these cool parks.
- Scout Night at Hoppers - Sun Aug 6 - Grasshoppers vs Asheville Tourists
- Philmont Summer Fun - Check out the summer family activities available at Philmont Training Center
- National Youth Leadership Training - Dec 28-30. Does your Troop have at least one older Scout that has been to NYLT? See what it can do for you.
- Camp Physical Clinic - Camp physicals available June 10 at CSR
- Scouts BSA Branding Do’s and Don’ts - With more than 305,000 girls participating in Cub Scouting and the Scouts BSA program, there’s a lot of excitement around the programs offered by the Boy Scouts of America. Plus, […]
- The ONS Communication Hub - The Hub is our primary form of communication. Click through to find out more.
- Scouting at Home - At-home fun and learning for Scouting Families and non-Scouting families alike.
- Order of the Arrow - Scouting's National Honor Society
- Safety Moment Highlight - June's highlighted Safety Moment focuses on the concussion awareness.
- BSA Incident Reporting Helps - You can be a part of improving the safety of Scouting.
- Safety Moments - Safety Moments are opportunities to prepare for an activity, review safety measures, and report incidents correctly. Topics should be reviewed regularly at Scout meetings. Here is a list
- Youth Protection Training - The safety of children in our programs is the most important priority of the Boy Scouts of America.