Twenty-seven years before "The Revenant" dramatized the life of Hugh Glass, Boys' Life shared the terrifyingly true story with its readers.
The Scouts of Troop 870 of Denver wanted to prove their ability to Be Prepared for anything. So they gave the reins to the adults for a mystery trip.
An assistant Scoutmaster wonders how using disposable paper and plastic products (camp waste) aligns with the BSA's commitment to environmental stewardship.
A baseball stadium, an aquarium with sharks swimming above and the camp where Friday the 13th was filmed are among the craziest places Scouts have camped.
Ever bunked on a battleship? Pitched tents next to a pitcher's mound? Camped out somewhere outstanding? Send in photos of the coolest place you've camped.
In a nod to the BSA's increased emphasis on the outdoors, the number of campouts required for First Class in Boy Scouting will double beginning in 2016.
Scouting volunteer Larry Green, who has shared his camping tricks before, is back with a tip for keeping your camp kitchen clean when cooking with eggs.
A., a committee chairperson in Alaska, wonders whether other Boy Scout troops (or Venturing crews) have pack checks before a big trip or hike.
Are your sliced apples turning brown before you get the chance to use them? Try this camp cooking hack from a BSA volunteer.
A Scouting volunteer came up with a simple, ingenious way to keep your paper towel roll from unraveling when camping in the front country.