Museum sleepovers, summer camps, backpacking adventures, high-adventure trips and so much more — it's safe to call summer 2015 the Summer of Scouting.
A Scout is courteous, and wearing antiperspirant is the courteous thing to do. But this week I learned I've been using antiperspirant wrong all my life.
From a kayak that folds down to a box to a robotic grill cleaner, here are a few strange items that caught my eye at Outdoor Retailer.
Kids visiting Outdoor Retailer with their working parents get to have some fun of their own thanks to the Boy Scouts of America's CampOR.
We'll be in two places at once next week: At the National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) and the Outdoor Retailer gear show.
Does your unit need to travel in uniform for BSA insurance coverage? We asked the expert to settle this rumor once and for all.
With just five minutes and a couple of items available at your local hardware store, you can make a camp washing machine. Your tentmate will thank you.
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.