Adventure Guide

The Adventure Guide will no longer be in print, but right here on this page.
We have a number of things you can rent or borrow:
  • CPR Dummies
  • Palo Alto Fire Circle (pictured) and seat cushions
  • 8 GPS units
  • Scout Service Project signs
  • Pop-up canopy and tabletop display items
  • Meeting rooms
  • Flag retirement kits

Learn more.

Palo Alto Fire Circle
Scouting Programs and Activities
Cub Scouts

Cub Scouts are boys and girls, ages 5-10.
Cub Scouting is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of young boys and girls and their parents. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development and physical fitness. Service projects, ceremonies, games, and other activities guide boys and girls through the core values and give them a sense of personal achievement.

Learn more about Cub Scouting here.
Find council-sponsored Cub Scout activities
New Cub Parents Orientation Guide
download the pdf (1.1 mb)
The Benefits of Cub Scoutingread here on the national Boy Scouts of America website.

Scouts BSA

Scouts BSA are boys and girls, ages 11-17.
(Formerly known as Boy Scouts.)
Besides the activities and meetings provided by your child’s Scouts BSA troop, Pacific Skyline Council provides several events each year like Summer Camp, Klondike Derby, Shooting Sports Weekend, Gold Rush Adventure Days, and more! See Scouts BSA activities here.

Learn more about the Scouts BSA program here.
Find council-sponsored Scouts BSA activities here.


Venturing is co-ed, ages 14-20.
Venturing is a co-ed program, young people in Venturing learn leadership skills and participate in challenging outdoor activities. Venturing is one of the fastest growing programs in the Boy Scouts of America.
Learn more about the Venturing program.


Exploring is co-ed, ages 14-20.
A co-ed program, Exploring units, or “posts,” focus on a single career field, such as law enforcement, fire, search & rescue, or medical, and are sponsored by a local government or business entity.
Learn more about the Exploring program.


Adult Training Courses (for leaders, parents or anyone!)
Take a training course for something you’re interested in helping with, such as Shooting Sports, High Adventure Training, Intro to Outdoor Leader Skills, Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation, etc.
Learn more

Smiling female leader in yellow uniform shirt taking online training
Our Camp Facilities

We own three camps:

Interested in renting a camp site for your family, or the whole camp for a company gathering?
Make a reservation.

Cutter platform tents

Investment in Character logo Investment in Character
Investment in Character (formerly Friends of Scouting) is the Pacific Skyline Council’s fundraising campaign that helps support quality programs for youth on the San Francisco Peninsula.
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Merit Badge Sponsorship
This is a wonderful way for businesses
and community members to help support youth in our ScoutReach pro-gram.
The Merit Badge Sponsorship Program provides you with exposure to 8000
youth and 3000 adult volunteers, in addition to many other benefits.
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Discount and Share Programs
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