Cub Scout Programs

Below are several programs that may fulfill all or partial badge requirements.

Boy Scouts seeking Eagle Scout Projects may contact us for opportunities.  Please contact us for questions regarding potential Eagle Scout Projects.


Tiger Adventure - My Tiger Jungle
What wild creatures live near you? Let's explore our backyards and find out! 



#34 — Conservation
Our planet has a number of natural resources, such as water, gas, and oil. Learn how you can make a difference and carefully use these limited resources.




#47 — Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
When we recycle, we help our environment. Lots of items can be recycled, such as newspapers, aluminum cans, cardboard, glass, and plastic. Learn how easy it is to recycle.






Wolf Adventure - Paws on the Path
In this adventure you will use your scouting outdoor skills and learn more about the natural world around you. Hike on, Wolf Cub! 
Wolf Elective Adventure - Digging into the Past
In this adventure, you will use your Wolf brain to learn about dinosaurs and other giant creatures. Explore fossils found in Tennessee and become a paleontologist by digging for your own specimen.







Requirement: Fur, Feathers and Ferns
Scouts will explore the world of native plants and animals of Tennessee. Learn how you can do your part to help them survive.



Bear Elective Adventure — Beat of the Drum
People already lived here when Columbus arrived. They were called Indians because Columbus thought he was near India. Today we refer to them as Native Americans. Learn more about Native American culture.







A naturalist studies living creatures and plants in the wild. Scouts will learn about native wildlife, with emphasis on the venomous reptiles and native plants of Tennessee.
Into the Woods
In this adventure, Scouts will learn how to identify plants and trees and how they differ in locations around the world. They will gain knowledge about ecosystems and the importance of conserving our natural resources.
Into the Wild
When you go "into the wild", you will begin to understand some of the mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects that live with us day and night; and how they contribute to the world in which we live.

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