Join Troop 30!
Are you ready to be part of an amazing Scouts BSA Troop?
Do you want to explore the outdoors, become a leader and have fun learning and traveling? Want to hike mountaintops ,explore the many outdoor areas of Arizona, earn awards and maybe even become an Eagle Scout? How about caving in Tucson, paddling kayaks at Bartlett, and working with local not for profits to serve our community? How about high-adventure at places like Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico or the National Sea Base in the Florida Keys?
You have found the right group for all these things and more in Scouts BSA Troop 30. We are a Troop led by and for Boys here in the North Valley! All Boys are eligible to join from anywhere across the Metropolitan area!
You can join our troop if you are a Boy age 11 to 17 years of age. You can also join if you have earned the Cub Scouting Arrow of Light Award and are at least 10 years old or have completed the fifth grade and are at least 10. See Boy Scouts of America FAQ here.
Come to one of our upcoming Troop meetings to meet our Boys and the adult men and women Scouts BSA leaders who help guide them.
Use the link to start an online application with Scouts BSA and Troop 30. You will need to create an account, if you don't already have one, and continue to fill out the youth or adult application.
Annual dues are paid yearly in June. They cover registration with Boy Scouts of America, monthly campouts, and awards.
Troop 30 meets every Monday from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm at Paradise Valley United Methodist Church. Meetings are opportunities for the boys to get to know others in their patrols, work on learning skills and showing mastery to earn rank advancement, and planning for activities.
Campouts are scheduled monthly normally on the third weekend of the month. Each patrol plans and buys its own food. For summer camp, Troop 30 attends Camp Geronimo, one out of state camp and one high adventure camp. New scouts are encouraged to attend and gain experience camping with the troop while working on early rank requirements.