Spanning over half of the State of Wyoming, the Greater Wyoming Council of the Boy Scouts of America provides service for youth. Molding Wyoming's youth in to tommorow's leaders.
Have Fun, Make Friends, See New Things
For over 80 years, Cub Scouts have been having the time of their lives making new friends and learning new things in an environment designed to help them succeed.
Scouts Recognize Their Potential
Generations of Scouts have achieved goals they couldn’t of accomplished alone.
Camp Buffalo Bill
Located in the incredible Wapiti Valley between the North Absaroka and Washakie Wilderness areas, Camp Buffalo Bill is just seven miles east of Yellowstone National Park provides a setting where beauty, wildlife and adventure abound.
Spanning over half of the State of Wyoming, the Greater Wyoming Council of the Boy Scouts of America provides service for boys from age 8 to 21. The purpose of the Boy Scouts of America, incorporated on February 8, 1910, and chartered by Congress in 1916, is to provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness.
Greater Wyoming Council is proud to help with the molding of Wyoming's youth in to tommorow's leaders.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics STEM is part of an initiative the Boy Scouts of America has taken on to encourage the natural curiosity of youth members and their sense of wonder about these fields through existing programs. From archery to welding, Scouts can’t help but enjoy the wide range of STEM-related activities. To support this initiative, the BSA developed the Nova Awards program so that youth members have fun and receive recognition for their efforts.
Scouting Cooks Up Merit Badge Changes The Boy Scouts of America was green when green was just a color, and our commitment to environmental stewardship has only deepened in recent decades as we have incorporated outdoor ethics practices across the Scouting program.