Join the seventh annual Kids to Parks Day on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Spend the day doing something Scouts love to do anyway: having fun in a park.
What is it about camping that produces such satisfying slumber? Thanks to science (and a new scientific study), we now know.
The BSA and the National Park Service have signed a memorandum of understanding, renewing the groups' commitment to educate young people about the outdoors.
"Boy Scouts is all about camping, and too many troops have gotten away from this basic part of the Scouting experience," he says.
There are more than 400 National Park Service sites across America, and the Rice family of Atlanta is on a mission to visit every single one.
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.