Have you ever cooked over an open fire? Do you know how to save a life? Can you survive  in the wilderness? Have you ever lived in an igloo for a weekend? Do you know how to build a bridge out of a few logs and some rope? 

 The Scouts in Troop 181 can do all these things... and more!  They camp, hike and fish in the great outdoors. Weekend camping trips. White water rafting. Hiking expeditions. Wilderness survival. Week long camping at Boy Scout Summer Camp. And a lot more!  Not only that, but in a Boy Scout Troop, the boys do all the planning  and run these adventures, with just a little guidance from the adult leaders.

 Get out into the woods - Boy Scouting takes place outdoors. It is here that the skills and activities practiced at troop meetings become real. Being close to nature helps you gain an appreciation for God's handiwork and our place in it. The outdoors is where the Boy Scouts learn about ecology and practice conservation.

 Learn and do things that most guys don't. Join Troop 181, and be a part of the adventure. Don't just watch - Do!

Joining Troop 181 is easy. If you are age 11-17, or have completed the fifth grade, or have the Webelos Arrow of Light, you can join us.

How to Join Troop 33
Just stop in on any Tuesday Night and fill out a Boy Scout registration form, and we'll help you with rest of the details. You must have a parent or guardian with you at the time of registration. 

Troop 181 is a year-round Troop- you can join as soon as you're ready!!

Not sure about joining? Just contact us and we'll be happy to answer your questions. You and your parents are welcome to come and just visit any time you want.