There are countless reasons why Scouts love attending summer camp, but a Scout in the Chief Seattle Council gave perhaps the best reason yet.
The U.S. Forest Service will soon streamline the special-use permitting process for outfitters, guides and nonprofits like the BSA.
The National Recreation and Park Association asked Americans to select their favorite summer outdoor activities. The top three have one thing in common.
Just in time for mosquito season, let's go over some of the latest recommendations for protecting yourself from those flying menaces.
On April 10, nearly 12,000 Scouts, Scouters and family members packed Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium for the annual confluence of Scouting and baseball.
Three Boy Scouts and a Cub Scout demonstrated foil-pack cooking techniques from the Boy Scout Handbook in a segment on Fox & Friends this morning.
Clotheslines are so 1960s. Today's most cunning campers build a camp clothes drying rack out of sticks and ropes.
Who is responsible for tent care in your troop? How do you hold Scouts accountable for damaged or dirty tents or lost tent stakes?
A group of Scouts met with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to discuss ways to get young people away from screens and out into nature.
Kids to Parks Day 2016 is May 21. The day offers a terrific opportunity to get outside and explore parks and public lands — either with your Scouting family or your actual family.