This website is intended as a portal for information about Scouting programs and activities in Brooklyn.


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Cub Pack 187 Open House September 19th

Friday, September 19th, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. At Cub Scout Pack 187's Open House/Registration/Orientation, learn about Cub Scouts, meet the leaders, and find out which activities the scouts of Pack 187 will be engaging in this year. Pack 187 meets at Brooklyn Prospect Charter School, 3002 Fort Hamilton Parkway, between E. 2nd and E. 3rd streets. For details, click here.

Cub Scouting

Cub Packs are open to all boys in First through Fifth grades (6-10 years old). There are several active Cub Scout packs in Brooklyn. Each pack is sponsored by a religious or community organization. Cubs learn by doing fun activities with other boys their age. For more information or a referral to a pack near you, please use the Contact Us link above.

Boy Scouting

Scout Troops are open to all boys in Fifth through Twelfth grades (11-18 years old). There are several active Scout Troops in Brooklyn. Each pack is sponsored by a religious or community organization. Boy Scouts learn leadership in troop positions such as Patrol Leader. For more information, or a referral to a troop near you, please use the Contact Us link above.

GNYC Scout Camps

The Greater New York Council's camp facilities are the places that Cub Packs and Scout Troops may go for weekend Scout Activity Days or overnight camping trips and Camp-o-Rees, as well as for summer camp. Click the camp name to go to the camp's website.


Girl Scouting Sites

Brooklyn Scout Parent

The Brooklyn Scout Parent Examiner is a news column about Brooklyn Scouting.

Sticks, Rocks, and Dirt

Sticks, Rocks, and Dirt A blog about family camping, sharing nature with kids, and finding nature in the city.

Brooklyn Wildlife

Brooklyn Wildlife Examiner Articles about wildlife in New York City.