Programs for Cub Scouts & Girl Scouts

Metro Parks offers badge-oriented Scout Day programs throughout the school year. These Scout Days are designed to help scouts meet as many requirements as possible at the park during a 2-hour program.

Cub Scout Programs

My Tiger Journey

Tigers (1st grade) will participate in activities that meet requirements for the “My Tiger Journey” achievement.

Wolf Paws on the Path

Wolf Cubs (2nd grade) will participate in activities to earn the “Paws on the Path” achievement.

Bears Fur, Feathers, and Ferns

Bear Cubs (3rd grade) will participate in activities that meet requirements for the “Fur, Feathers, and Ferns” pin.

Webelos Into The Woods

Webelos (4th and 5th grade) will participate in activities that meet requirements for the “Into The Woods” pin.

A young boy holds a bullfrog at Inniswood Metro Gardens

Webelos Into the Wild

Webelos (4th and 5th grade) will participate in activities that meet requirements for the “Into The Wild” pin.

Webelos Earth Rocks

Webelos (4th and 5th grade) will participate in activities that meet requirements for the “Earth Rocks” pin.

Girl Scout Programs

Brownies Bugs Badge

Brownies (2nd & 3rd grade) will participate in activities that meet all requirements for the “Bugs” badge.

Brownies WOW Journey

Brownies (2nd & 3rd grade) will participate in 5 activities that are part of the “WOW” Journey.

Juniors Flowers Badge

Juniors (4th & 5th grade) will participate in activities that meet some requirements for the “Flowers” badge.

Juniors Animal Habitats Badge

Juniors (4th & 5th grade) will participate in activities that meet some requirements for the “Animal Habitats” badge.

Mother and daughter hint for water bugs (Jennifer Owens)

Cadettes Night Owl Badge

Cadettes (6th ,7th, 8th grade) will participate in activities that meet all requirements for the “Night Owl” badge.

For a complete listing of upcoming scout programs,
locations, and dates offered click the link below

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