Scouts ROC

Where There's Something Fun for Everyone!

Seneca Waterways Council, Boy Scouts of America, serves nearly 11,000 youth in Ontario, Wayne, Seneca, Yates, and Monroe Counties by providing an educational program for boys and young adult men and women to help build character, train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develop personal fitness.

Enjoy Campouts with Friends...Catch a Fish...Shoot a Bow & Arrow....have Fun with Science...Race Pinewood Derby Cars!     
Whatever you like to do....there's an adventure waiting for you!


Scouting Programs

Scouting has age-appropriate programs that support the personal growth and physical development of a child through activities that offer opportunities for adventure, excitement, and achievement.

Lion Scouts - Learn about our Lion program for Kindergarten-aged boys.

Cub Scouts is for boys 7-10 years old or in grades 1-5. The program is family-oriented and focuses on fun adventures that also teach each boy life skills. Cub Scouts learn by doing.  They'll enjoy taking aim with archery, transforming a block of wood into the race car of their dreams.  Each activity is designed with their age in mind and helps them understand that it's doing their best that matters most. 

Boy Scouts is for boys 11-17 years old. As boys mature, they strive for more independence and Boy Scouts allows the the opportunities to spread their wings and become leaders.  They explore their interests and improve their skills in hands-on activities that build their character as they work toward Scouting's highest rank - Eagle Scout.

Venturing  is a co-ed program for young men and women ages 14-20. The Venturing program opens the world of adventure, excitement, and passion to teenagers.  Through Venturing teens explore their interests and, by doing so, learn more about themselves and what they can accomplish.  They are empowered to discover endless opportunities that exist for them in life.

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