Cub Scouts (grades 1-5) and Boy Scouts (grades 6-12) participate in a variety of activities and earn badges. Cub Scouts tie knots, set up a tent, cook at a campfire and more. Boy Scouts provide leadership and citizenship training through outdoor activities, such as kayaking, fishing, competitive events, hiking, community services and more. Career-based exploring programs are offered for young men and women (14-21), such as fire fighting, law enforcement and animal-care services. Annual registration fees apply.