From Cub Scout Day Camp to Merit Badge Academies, our Scouts have unlimited opportunities to learn, impact and explore their communities. We offer a variety of activities- both educational and fun- that Scouts and their families can participate in individually or with their unit. New activities are added often, so be sure to check back.
Held in April.
Get ready for adventure! Camp with your family. Exciting activities for ALL Cub Scouts and the entire family!
Held in June.
All Cub Scouts should attend day camp! It is the highlight of the year! BB-guns, Archery, Crafts, Sports, Field Sports and More!
Held in June.
4 days & 3 nights of FUN! Get a taste of Scouts BSA summer camp! Complete Webelos Adventures! Held at Camp Comer!
Serving Scouts since 1966, Camp Comer is a Blast! This mountainous 1000 acre BSA Summer Camp offers a pinnacle summer camp experience for your youth!
Located on the edge of the Talladega National Forest at the base of Alabama’s tallest mountain, Camp Sequoyah BSA summer camp is a wilderness destination with amazing program offerings!
Held in August at Camp Jackson.
This high adventure based canoe trek will take Scouts down the scenic Tennessee River for a great day of paddling, fellowship, and fun.
Held in early October.
This weekend event takes place at Camp Sequoyah. Scouts will work on earning Fishing, Fly Fishing, and Fish & Wildlife Management Merit Badges as well as work toward the BSA’s Angler Award.
Held in August and organized by the Vulcan District. Exact date and location will be announced in the spring.
Held in September and organized by the Cherokee District. Exact date and location will be announced in the spring.
Saturday, Jan 28th 2023
Organized by the Shelby District.
Saturday, March 4th 2023.
Held in conjunction with University of Scouting.
Saturday, Apr 15th 2023
Organized by the Three River’s District.
Saturday, October 15th
Scouts will earn the Mining and Society Merit Badge and requirements for the American Labor and American Heritage Merit Badges. In Partnership with Vulcan Park and Sloss Furnaces.
Winding through downtown Birmingham, visit 6 sites in the Civil Rights District. The Award is available to all who complete the requirements.
Held the second week of November. Scout gather food in their community to help those who suffer from food insecurity.
The Congressional Award recognizes initiative, service, and achievement in America’s youth.
Jamboree-on-the-Air, or JOTA, is held annually the third weekend in October. Scouts use amateur radio and internet to connect with other Scouts and hams around the world.
Each December the International Peace Light (flame) will be in our Council Scout Shops. Scouts and families may light a candle from the International Peace Light and take the flame with them.
For Adults. Wood Badge is the highest level of Scout leadership training and provides you with the tools to be a superior leader.
For Adults. Annual training event offering more than 100 classes taught by volunteers who share their knowledge and passion.