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Samoset Vision: Every youth prepared for tomorrow's challenges. 

Fun, Adventure, Values… You've found it all with Scouting, the most proven and successful youth program in America. Founded in 1920, Samoset Council currently serves 6,300 youth in north-central Wisconsin. We provide the necessary support services to ensure success of our districts and the units they support. Furthermore, the council provides year-round camping programs, youth and adult training opportunities and a council service center.

Featured News

  • University of Scouting 2016
    Registration is now open online for the University of Scouting! Sign up before March 11 to lock in your "early bird fee" and ensure your spot at the biggest one-day training event in Samoset Council!
  • 13th Edition, Boy Scout Handbook Available
    The new 13th edition of the Boy Scout Handbook is now available.
  • National Youth Leadership Training
    National Youth Leadership Training training is an exciting, action-packed program designed to provide youth members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.
  • 2017 National Jamboree
    The 2017 National Scout Jamboree will be held from July 19 to July 28, 2017. Youth registration for the 2017 National Scout Jamboree is now open.
  • Winter Camp 2016
    Are you looking for something to do with your Pack, Troop or Crew this winter. Join us for Winter Camp and enjoy the winter wonderland of Wisconsin.

Upcoming Events

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Welcome to the 2016 Samoset Council University of Scouting!  This is a program designed to offer a great deal of opportunities for all ages of...
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Please join us for a weekend of fellowship & service. We will be preparing camp for the upcoming summer. Entire units, parts of units or...

 Samoset Council, Boy Scouts of America
 3511 Camp Phillips Rd, Weston WI 54476
 715-355-1450 (phone) | 715-355-9849 (fax)