Boy Scouts of America

Official Sites

  

The Boy Scout movement was founded in England by Baden-Powell at the turn of the century. Following the first scout campout at Brownsea Island, the movement quickly spread across England and around the globe.
In 1910 the movement was founded in America. American youth and their parents quickly adopted the program coast to coast. Over the years the scouting movement has grown and evolved. In addition to traditional Boy Scouts, there are now Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Venturers, Learning for Life, and other programs.
Last year, there were over 5 million youth involved in scouting, and 1.3 million adult volunteers assisting them.
The scouting program weaves the teaching of strong traditional values and life skills to youth with programs of fun and adventure.


 
  
  
Boy Scout Program
  • Boy Scouts of America National Council
  • 2005 National Jamboree
  • BSA Supply Division

  •  
    Magazines
  • Boys Life
  • Scouting Magazine

  •  
      
    High Adventure Bases
  • Northern Tier
  • Florida Sea Base
  • Philmont

  •  
    Other BSA Sites
  • National Scouting Museum
  • Give 2 BSA

  •  
      
      

    BSA Trademark Information

    SCOUTORAMA.COM IS NOT AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. THIS WEBSITE IS NOT ENDORSED OR SPONSORED BY BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. THE FOLLOWING ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA.

    • Pinewood Derby®
    • Eagle Scout®
    • Be Prepared®
    • Boy Scouts of America®
    • Boy Scout
    • Boy Scouts®
    • BSA®
    • Cub Scout
    • Cub Scouts®
    • Merit Badge
    • Raingutter Regatta®
    • Space Derby®
    • Scoutmaster®