Cub Scouts


There are several great Cub Scout Packs in Davis. Cubs Packs are generally, but not always, organized by geographic sections of Davis. Cub Scouting is lots of fun for the boys, their parents, and their siblings. Often siblings, of both genders, are encouraged to participate in some Pack Activities. Cub Scouting focuses on developing the boys' minds and character.

Highlights of the typical year include the Pinewood Derby Race, the Blue and Gold Dinner, overnight experiences, a week-long twilight Camp Cayuse the last week of June, opportunities for resident camp, and the boys moving up in rank to the next level of their advancement.

Pack 75 primarily serves Pioneer and Montgomery Elementary; Pack 111 primarily serves Korematsu and Birch Lane; Pack 132 primarily serves North Davis and Chavez; Pack 199, the Latter-day Saint pack, covers all of Davis and welcomes friends of other faiths; and Pack 496 primarily serves Patwin and Willett. Anyone is free to join the Pack they wish.

Cub Scouts Packs are generally open to all boys from the First through the Fifth Grades.

Older youth might be interested in the local Boy Scouts.


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