Make sure you and your Scouts are prepared for every activity and adversity that you might encounter in the outdoors.
No matches? No lighter? No problem.
Leaders for one Colorado troop share how they keep an annual campout fresh and engaging — sometimes with the help of a TV star.
One of your first priorities in a survival situation should be to hydrate.
Learn how and when to build a fire — and when not to build one.
New to camping? We’ve got you covered with tips on planning, meal prepping and packing for your first family camping experience.
Scouting adventures don’t have to end after dark. Keep exploring with activities like night hikes, stargazing, wildlife observation and more.
From DIY sleeping pad covers, fixing tarp or tent seams and much more, these tips will help you relax outdoors.
Pair your Leave No Trace know-how with these tools, tips and techniques to build a better campfire.
Don’t let snow or cold weather keep you and your Scouts indoors. Use these winter camping tips to stay warm and get outside.
Rest, rinse and repeat: How to care for your sleeping bag.
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