Welcome to Cub Scouts!

This video will answer many questions, but feel free to ask if you have other questions or need any clarification.


Den/Pack Distinction

For a quick rundown of the distinction between Dens and the Pack - Click HERE

Youth Protection Training

Protecting our youth is the responsibility of all in the pack. Youth Protection Training (YPT) is required for all adult leaders and encouraged for all parents.

For YPT training click HERE

Protect Yourself Rules

Protect Yourself Scout Training

This training helps children recognize, respond to, and report abuse.

Cyber Chip helps our youth stay safe while using online technologies. For more information on protecting our youth online click: HERE

Pinewood Derby

District Rules

Michael's Supplies

Amazon Supplies

Use the links above to purchase weights and replacement parts. Keep in mind if you replace axles or tires - they must be the official BSA parts (they say BSA Pinewood Derby on them).

Family Talent Survey

Do you have a skill or trade you'd like to share with the pack? Maybe a utility trailer we could use for campouts and popcorn sales? Let us know by filling out the Family Talent Form.

Camp Fleischmann

Camping is what excites scouts, and Camp Fleischmann is the premier camping experience in our area. With shooting sports, giant climbing walls, boating, swimming, bonfires, and awesome family camp time - there is something for all scouts to gain from their CF experience!


Wall Climbing

Camp Fleischmann

Did I mention that Camp Fleishmann has awesome Rock Climbing experiences for scouts!? Up to 45ft climbing walls, some with ledges, multiple climbing paths, and all of them fun yet challenging!



Camp Fleischmann

In case you are still not sold on joining us at Camp Fleischmann - How about your very own lake to swim in, go canoeing, or kayaking, or sailing on! Polar plunges, swimming test requirements, wading, paddle boarding, and sun bathing also available. Don't want to get wet? Go for a leisurely hike around the lake to take in the fresh air and see some nature. Did I mention that the lake has it's own natural heater? It's fed by a hot spring which helps to keep it a perfect temperature.

Sign ups start in October for the following year, but make sure to talk to the pack leaders to schedule your dates since there are two Cub Scout Sessions at the Camp.

Annual Popcorn Sales

Other than your initial Cub Scout registration, our pack strives to make all of our activities free or at reduced prices to make scouting affordable for our families. Our annual Popcorn sales fundraiser is how our pack pays for many of our scout adventures. Please help our pack meet its goals by getting your child involved in selling delicious Trails-End popcorn!

Go HERE for the app.

Watch the Training video (to the left)

Ask our Popcorn-Kernel Auriel how to help!