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By replicating Scouting for State Parks in your own state, you can:

1.Help your state address current budget shortfalls and preserve the quality of its state parks
2.Engage Scouting alumni in a meaningful way that reconnects them to Scouting's ideals
3.Build Scouting's public image and gain positive media coverage
4.Focus Scouting's service-related efforts and resources on a pressing need to maximize our impact

For more information and a planning guide, check back here soon!


Latest News: South Carolina unveils “Scout Carolina” patch for Scouting for State Parks participants.


Scouts dig into a park service project.