Join Cub Scouts

Welcome to Cub Scouts!

What Cub Scouts Are All About
Cub Scouts is an active program for children in kindergarten through fifth grade that encourages learning, friendship—and most of all—getting out and having fun! With an emphasis on outdoor events, small gatherings, and activities with family, Cub Scouts is a great way to let your kids safely socialize, learn, and have fun. 

Build Character And Leadership Skill
Kids want to join Cub Scouts because it’s fun. But Scouting teaches modern leadership and character strengths, too. It builds new confidence and social skills. It teaches the value of service and citizenship. Through Scouting, kids naturally learn the Scout Law and what it means to be a Scout today—and a leader for tomorrow: Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, Reverent.

Flexible Experiences That Fit Your Family
From big adventures outdoors to small activities indoors, there’s something for everyone to do and enjoy in the Cub Scouts. And you participate as your schedule permits. In the Cub Scouts, we prefer real-life, hands-on interaction, connection, and experiences that fit into your family’s life. When you join Cub Scouts there’s always something to do and learn for the whole family.

From big overnight pack trips to small local den adventures, camping in a tent, building a pinewood derby car, trying new things, and playing sports, to learning STEM, there’s truly something for everyone to do and enjoy in Cub Scouts. Bring the whole family to participate in activities with you! 

Cub Scout signup nights will be happening soon at your local elementry school.

You can also visit with and join any Cub Scout pack in your area. 

Find a Cub Scout Pack


How do we join Cub Scouts?
Signup events are happening all over your community at local schools. Most Scouts join a Cub Scout pack with their friends located near the school they attend, but you can join any pack you wish and do not have to attend the school where signups are happening. If you are unable to attend a signup event, find a local pack a You may also call the Scout office at (706) 235-5545 or email for information and how to register for Cub Scouting.

What age ranges does Cub Scouts serve?
Cub Scouts is for K-5 (starting grade level). Youth age 11-17 join the older Scouts BSA program.

What gender does Cub Scouts serve?
Cub Scouts serves both boys and girls. 

What activities do Cub Scouts get to do?
Cub Scouts enjoy a wide range of activities. Outdoor activities include: camping, hiking, fishing, archery, bb shooting, swimming, outdoor cooking, and much more. Cub Scouts also enjoy STEM related activities such as building and racing model cars, boats, and rockets.

Do Cub Scouts participate in service to their community?
Yes! Cub Scouts learn how their actions can positivitly impact their local communities by being activitly involved in food collection, litter cleanup, and other various service projects.
How Scouts serve their community

Do Cub Scouts go camping?
Scouts love camping with their friends and families. In fact, Scouts learn best when outdoors. Most younger Cub Scouts attend a few family campouts a year and older Cub Scouts may camp more offten.


File Name Description
Cub Scout Family Information Guide Download