Venturing and Sea Scouting Links
Guide has been prepared to help unit leaders of the San Diego-Imperial
Council find quality camping opportunities and experiences for their
approximately 15-1/2 acres in beautiful Balboa Park near the
World-Famous San Diego Zoo, Camp Balboa offers a year-round program for
Scouters of all ages. Camp Balboa has a pool, archery and BB gun
ranges, handicraft areas, wood shop, nine campsites, amphitheater,
indoor and outdoor training facilities, covered patio, and brick
Diego-Imperial Council owns and operates an 840-acre ranch in the hills
above Santa Ysabel, with year-round programs for Scouting units and
non-Scout organizations. The facilities include lodges, cabins,
administration buildings, multiple dining facilities, dozens of
campsites with latrines and running water, amphitheater, two pools,
lake, ranges for archery and riflery, climbing wall and COPE course,
and numerous hiking trails, including a Pacific Crest Connector Trail.
in a protected cove on Fiesta Island in the heart of Mission Bay Park
in San Diego, with its own sandy beach and boat ramp and minutes from
the Pacific Ocean by boat or bicycle. these facilities are used
year-round by Scout and youth groups of up to 250 people. Our fleet of
sailboats (12 and 15-foot), Hobie Cats, canoes, and rowboats is
available for rent, and Mission Bay Park is popular among swimmers,
windsurfers, and jet skiers. Well-worn sidewalks for walking, running,
and bicycling stretch for miles. 25 waterfront campsites with fire
rings and picnic tables, showers, modern restrooms, overnight
dormitories, meeting and program rooms, kitchen and open-air courtyard,
amphitheater, and marine biology labs complete this urban oasis,
perfect for weekend activities and for our summer resident camp, Camp
Promotional site for the Florida Sea Base.
Promotional site for the Northern Tier High Adventure Base.
This is the primary web site for the BSA National Council.
Important dates of many religious organizations.
Policies and guidelines to prepare adult leaders to conduct Scouting activities in a safe and prudent manner.
can use Internet Advancement to record their youth member advancements
from any location – at home or at the office. You’ll find this new
method to be easy, convenient and accurate because YOU enter the
Digital resources for Scouting logos and artwork.
Provides information about the legal issues that confront the Scouting movement.
The official Spanish-Language web site of the Boy Scouts of America.
A promotional site for Boys' Life magazine.
Web site for Scouting magazine - contains full content (except ads) back to 1998.
This site accepts online donations, routing them to the appropriate local council according to the ZIP code entered.
separate stand-alone site for Supply Division, contains information on
items in the Official Catalog and BSA Library of Literature.
Promotional site for the museum.
A companion site offering additional resources to complement the Fieldbook.
This site is operated by International Division on behalf of the Interamerican Scout Foundation.
E-Commerce site for Philmont Scout Ranch.
1994, providing resources not found elsewhere: Pow Wow Training
Materials, Skits for Scouts, Cooking for Scouters, Games, Scout Songs,
Stories, Campfire Planning, Patriotic Themes, Scouting Ceremonies,
Eagle Scout Resources, Scoutmaster and Committee Resources, Scout is
Reverent Resources, Winter Camping & Hiking Survival, Clipart, Fun
A Forum of Questions and Answers about all things Scouting.