About Red Wing Area BSA Scouting
Red Wing Area BSA Scouting consists of Scouts BSA Troop 32 for boys ages 11-17, Troop 320 for girls ages 11-17, and Cub Scouts Pack 32 for all kids K-5th grade.
We meet every Monday throughout the school year at 7:00pm at the Red Wing First Presbyterian Church.
Troops 32 and 320 are completely scout led, which allows each scout to be both a leader and a doer, not just a follower. Our adult leaders are position trained and our youth leaders are National Youth Leadership Trained (NYLT).
Pack 32 provides trained adult Pack and Den leaders to guide the Cub Scouts through their grade level program and participates in numerous additional fun activities throughout the year.
We are outdoor focused and enjoy backpacking, bicycling, canoeing, snow sports, hiking, river rafting, summer camp and a whole lot of other outdoor activities. We are also service oriented, participating in several community service projects throughout the year.
The BSA programs promote youth leadership, character, rank advancement, participation in meaningful outdoor activities, service to the community and most of all, having fun while doing it.
Joining us is very easy and can be done any time of year. Come by any of our regular meetings, check us out, ask questions, get a feel for our troop/pack and then ask for an application or join online.
Lion is Scouting for kindergarten-age boys and girls.
The BSA’s mission is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.
Girls in Scouts BSA
Sure there’s the adventure, the camping, and the skills, but the real genius of scouting is the leadership opportunities it provides. Scouts BSA has been developing the leaders of tomorrow for 110+ years! Girls in Scouting are learning lifelong lessons they’ll use to be successful throughout their lifetime.