Boy Scouts place 18,600+ flags on graves at Andersonville National Cemetery (GA) for the park’s Memorial Day event.
Become a Scout Ranger! Explore the national parks; learn about the National Park Service mission; help protect the nation's natural, cultural, and historic resources. Participate in a volunteer service project or educational program and earn a certificate or patch.
Eagle Scout Certificate of Recognition
Are you an Eagle Scout? The National Park Service would like to congratulate you with a Certificate of Recognition.
Parks with Boy Scout Opportunities
Many individual parks offer trails, programs or patch programs for Boy Scouts. Check out this list of parks that have opportunities available.
Boy Scout National Jamboree
The National Park Service will be present at the 2013 Boy Scout National Jamboree at Summit Betchtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia. Look for the National Park Service on the conservation trail or at its information center where fun activities will teach you about the national parks.
For further questions about opportunities for Boy Scouts in the national parks call (202) 513-7146 or email email@example.com.