Are You New? Welcome to the Hawk Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America!
We would like to say thank you. Thank you for your willingness to try out our great organization and all the fantastic benefits it has to offer your boy as he grows. Scouting is about character development and having confidence in yourself to Be Prepared!
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is the largest youth organization in the United States with nearly 3 million youth members and 1.1 million registered adult leaders.
Locally, the Hawk Mountain Council serves over 12,500 young men and women through the dedication of over 4,000 adult leaders and Friends of Scouting. We partner with over 200 churches and civic organizations that host one of our Scouting units. Together, our family provides over 350,000 community service hours each year.
Our program is a family program. One that we hope will become part of your family and you will come to enjoy Scouting just as much as your young man or young woman.
This page is designed to help you become familiar with Scouting and hopefully answer some questions you may have.
Scouting is active in so many ways and each month, we have numerous activities for both youth and adult members.
When you join your Pack, Troop or Crew, make sure you get all the contact information you will need and also make sure your provide the means in which you wished to be contacted. This includes email, home phone, cell phone, and even Facebook!
The Hawk Mountain Council Works very hard to make sure we keep our families informed. Here are some ways we keep people informed:
- This Website! This website is a big part of our communication. Through it you can receive emails, newsletters, register and pay for events and training, and read about the latest Scouting News.
- ScoutWire is our regular electronic newsletter. Please click here.
- Facebook: our main Facebook page can be found by clicking here.
- Our office phone is 610-926-3406.
- The number to Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation and Hawk Mountain Outfitters is 570-754-7552.
I have more questions, who can I talk to?
Our first recommendation is that you talk to your Den Leader, Cubmaster, Scoutmaster or Crew Advisor . They have a lot of resources and knowledge about Scouting in your unit and may be able to help you out.
If you still have questions, you are encouraged to contact us. For a list of our staff please click here.
Frequently Asked Questions...
Where can I find your offices?
Click on Addresses below for driving directions.