Tent, hammock, cabin, retired battleship — all offer great experiences for Scouts, but only some count as camping nights for the Camping merit badge.
The Swedish torch could be the most effective cooking fire I've ever seen. It's a self-contained fire that functions like a stovetop range.
Need to make an impromptu gear repair? Look around you. If you're in Arizona, Texas or somewhere the Agave americana grows, you're in luck.
While your coworkers wade through email, yawn through another teleconference and fill out the gazillionth Excel spreadsheet, you'll be at Scout summer camp.
To learn how one week spent at Scout summer camp can change a life, look no further than the story of Dylan, who is legally blind and has mild autism.
A simple camp cooking gadget takes minutes to build and lets Scouts boil water and cook food in style.
Effective Sept. 1, 2015, the use of 15-passenger vans manufactured before 2005 will no longer be allowed in connection with Scouting programs or activities.
Sometimes Troop 707 Scouts get only a few hours notice before heading out for the coldest weekend of the year. It's called the Misery Campout.
Mark your Scout calendars for the next Kids to Parks Day: Saturday, May 16, 2015.
Here's a way to save a little cash: Shop at ScoutStuff.org or a Scout Shop near you on Black Friday or Cyber Monday.