Boy Scout Oath
On my honor, I will do my best 
To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; 
To help other people at all times; 
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.

 

Boy Scout Law

A Scout is:

Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous,​Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.

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Welcome to Troop 318 in Raleigh, North Carolina. We are in the Impeesa District of the Occoneechee Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Our troop meets each Monday night at our chartering organization, North Raleigh United Methodist Church, located at 8501 Honeycutt Road, Raleigh, NC 27615.

We are a 'new' troop with a 40-year legacy of producing young leaders with character and integrity. We focus on the ideals of Scouting including character development, citizenship, and personal fitness. This is accomplished through the 8 methods and emphasis on learning, leadership, service, and especially FUN. If you are looking for an active troop with diverse interest, we might be just what you're looking for. Come for a visit anytime or contact us here.

Meanwhile, take a moment and see what we've been doing in recent months via our Instagram feed, and take a look at our calendar to see what events are coming up.

Upcoming Events

  • White Water Rafting
    Aug 06, 3:33 PM – Aug 09, 3:33 PM
    Midland, 9408 Belt Rd, Midland, NC 28107, USA
    A facility with lots of exciting activities. Whitewater, rock climbing, and ziplining.
  • Leadership Training
    Aug 14, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    North Raleigh Methodist Church, 8501 Honeycutt Rd, Raleigh, NC 27615, USA
  • Service Project
    Sep 11, 10:00 PM – 10:05 PM
    Raleigh, Yester Oaks, Raleigh, NC 27615, USA
  • Fishing Camping Trip
    Sep 17, 5:00 PM – Sep 19, 3:00 PM
    Grassy Creek, 2145 Helton Rd, Grassy Creek, NC 28631, USA
  • Virginia Creeper Trail Biking
    Oct 08, 3:00 PM – Oct 10, 5:00 PM
    Shady Valley, 9941 TN-133, Shady Valley, TN 37688, USA
    From its beginning as a Native American foot trail to its current use as a multiple-use recreational trail, the Virginia Creeper Trail has seen many changes in 100+ years of existence. In the early 1900s, the trail was used as a rail line to haul lumber and passengers from Abingdon, VA to Elkland,

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