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    BSA Catalina Council
    5049 E. Broadway Blvd. Suite 200, Tucson, AZ 85711;
    520-750-0385; Council Website;

    Regional Headquarters, Service Center, Scout Shop and Training Facility for Boy Scouts of America. Catalina Council serves the southeastern portion of Arizona, from Ajo, Arizona to the Mexican Border in the south, and all the way east to the New Mexico boarder. Headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, they have four Districts and two camps.

    Turn your next youth activity into a super fun adventure. Boy Scouts emphasize wholesome recreational opportunities, building strong values and creating memorable events.

    2969 North Greenfield Road Phoenix, AZ 85016;
    602-955-7747; Council Website;
    Open: Mon-Fri: 9AM-5PM / Sat: 9AM-3PM / Closed Sun & Holidays

    Catalina Scout Shop
    5049 E. Broadway Blvd. Suite 200, Tucson, AZ 85711; 520-750-9877;
    Open Mon-Fri : 9AM-5:30PM / Sat: 10AM-3PM;

    Cochise Trading Post
    2367 Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista, AZ 85635; 520-319-3191;
    Open Mon-Fri: 11AM-5PM;

    This Council supports several Districts where each holds a monthly Roundtable Training Meeting for Scoutmasters, Cubmasters, Den Leaders and their assistants. Learn about leader training, scout activities, new programs, camporees and much more for your area.

    CC Service Districts:

    The Boy Scouts of America is the nation's foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training.

    Papago Lodge #494
    Order of the Arrow
    Scouting Fraternity

    The Order of the Arrow (OA) is the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). It uses American Indian-styled traditions and ceremonies to bestow recognition on scouts selected by their peers as best exemplifying the ideals of Scouting. The society was created in 1915 as a means of reinforcing the Scout Law and to provide support to local scouting projects.

    This lodge is the OA Chapter for this Council. The Tribe of Papago was an honor camper society started in 1923 in Catalina Council at Camp Lawton. The society was invented, and all the ceremonies were written, by the Camp Director and Professional Scouter Harry Ogle. This society has continued to this time, although it began to be diminished in the late 1960?s when a Sioux System was used for a few years.

    Heard Scout Pueblo Heard Scout Pueblo - GCC
    Cub Scout Day Camp

    Find a variety of program areas for you and your Scouts. Activities range from hiking to camping, COPE, swimming, rifle shooting and archery. The adobe style architecture of the entry way is reflected throughout the camp. Remote desert campsites are also available here.

    Chidester Scout Museum
    One of the largest collections of Scouting Memorabilia in the world.

    Otis was the oldest continually active Scout in the country, getting started in Scouting in 1912. The object of the Museum is the collection, preservation, organization, and exhibition of written, photographic, audio and other physical records, artifacts and memorabilia relating to the Boy Scouts of America, with an emphasis on Scouting in southern Arizona and the Southwest.

    Museum Website;
    1937 E. Blacklidge Drive, Tucson AZ 85719; 520-326-7669;
    Open: Wedz 9AM-Noon or by Appoitment.
    #27 in the Federation of Scout Museums International.

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    Arizona Varsity Scouting

    This big event is always held on the third saturdsy in September. Prepare now for a great time on the Mountain Top! This event will be a big test of backpacking, camping, cooking and other outdoorsman survival skills. All young men will have the opportunity to complete challenging tasks and prepare for real world experiences.
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    Tucson Cub Scout Packs [Ages 7-10]
    The cub scout program builds desirable qualities of character, citizenship, fellowship and personal fitness through a local community organization. Phe Pack (all the dens) meet approximately 4 times a month for meetings, fun activities, and trips.

    Tucson Boy Scout Troops [Ages 11-17]

    Building character through a variety of fun activity programs including monthly campouts, merit badge clinits, and high adventure treks.

    Tucson Venturing Crews [Co-Ed: Ages 14-20]

    This is BSA's premier program for High Adventure. Venturing's purpose is to provide positive experiences to help young people mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults.

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Based on experiences of millions of Scouts and leaders, this book holds essential information for every outdoor enthusiast. A comprehensive reference, this handbook includes sections on trek, preparation and adventures, appreciating our environment, and more.

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Boy Scout License Plate Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has just released some new special license plates including a Scouting plate finally. Click here for the news release. You can see the new plate and place your order through their site or at your local MVD office.

* Cochise District *

    Cochise District
    Cochise County

    This district serves over 1,000 youth across Cochise County.

    BSA Troop 431
    Fort Huachuca

    Meets at the Fort Huachuca Scout Hut. 70% of Scouting is camping. Every month Troop 431 participates in a Troop camping event. Troop 431 has both patrol and troop camping gear such as tents, lanterns, stoves, and kitchen gear. Scouts should have their own packs and sleeping gear.
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    VFW #10342 - Unit Sponsor

    BSA Troop 444
    Sierra Vista AZ

    Troop Website
* Old Pueblo District *

    Old Pueblo District
    West Pima County

    West Pima County & Tucson (west of Campbell Ave).

      Old Pueblo District
      Old Pueblo Merit Badge Day [1st Sat in Aug] @ Double V Scout Ranch. Advanced Registration Required.
      Old Pueblo Camporee - Big weekend event in April for all District Scout Troops.

    BSA Troop 211
    Tucson AZ

    In November of 1960, the Winifred Harelson Elementary School PTA began its' sponsorship of the Troop. Mr. Peter Gorrell held the position as Scoutmaster.

    Scout Troop 211 has been continuously active since November, 1960. Its presence was brought about by boys desiring to belong to a group and to participate in adventurous activities while having fun. As the troop continues it relies on its history, traditions, and Troop Spirit.
    Troop Website
    St. Andrews Presbyterian Church - Current Sponsor

    aviation scout troop boys life 2009 BSA Troop 216
    Tucson AZ
    June 2009 Boys Life Cover

    Troop 216 was originally chartered in 1968 by the Lulu Walker School PTA and has been chartered by the Tucson Optimist Club since 1986. Our first Eagle Scout was awarded in 1971. The Troop has 45 Eagle Scouts and was featured on the cover of the June 2009 issue of Boys' Life Magazine for their yearly program revolving around the Aviation Merit Badge.

    This unit is located in Tucson where Oro Valley and Marana meet.
    Troop Website
    St. Mark's UMC - Sponsor Organization


    BSA Troop 270
    Oro Valley

    Founded in 2004, Troop 270 is a Christian based and focus on the 12th point of the Scout Law “Reverent”. We try to schedule many outdoor activities during the year. Some of our more interesting excursions are Camp Fiesta Island in San Diego, Camp Wehinahpay in New Mexico and in Arizona, Picacho Peak and Romero Pools.
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    Pusch Ridge Christian Academy - Troop Sponsor - is a private school located in northwest Tucson, Arizona on a 48 acres campus.

    BSA Troop 777
    Tucson AZ

    Scout Troop 777 & Venture Crew 777
    Troop Website

* Spanish Trails District *

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    Spanish Trails District
    East Pima County

    East Pima County & Tucson (east of Campbell Ave).

      Roundtable: On the first Tuesday of every month, 7:00p, at 700 North Bonanza (LDS Church).
      Spanish Trails District

    BSA Troop 007
    Tucson Arizona

    Originally chartered in 1988, Troop 007 is part of the Spanish Trails District of the Catalina Council of the BSA. Our chartering organization is the Knights of Columbus Council 10441 at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish. All faiths and denominations are welcome in Troop 007.


    BSA Troop 141
    Tucson Arizona

    String for Success.
    Tanque Verde Lutheran Church - Sponsor

* Santa Cruz District *

    Santa Cruz Valley District
    South Cruz County

    Sahuarita, Nogales and Tucson (south of 22nd Street).

    Roundtable: On the first Thursday of each month, 7:00p, at 16275 W. Starlight View Lane at LDS Sahuarita Stake Center just south of the Sahuarita city center and east of Copper View Elementary and the city pool.
    Santa Cruz Valley District

    BSA Troop 555
    The Real Triple Nickle
    Nogales AZ

    Troop 555 (Triple-Nickel) has been serving the youth of Southern Arizona and Santa Cruz County for more than 40 years ! Triple Nickel still has an aggressive advancement program combined with a very active outdoors and aquatic program that makes us one of the most successful troops in Southern Arizona.
    Troop Website
    Nogales Lions Club - Troop Sponsor

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