The Greenwich Council

 In 2012 the Greenwich Council, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) celebrated its 100th Anniversary.  Chartered in 1912, with noted author, naturalist and BSA founder Ernest Thompson Seton as the first Council President, Greenwich Scouting has been delivering quality programs to local youth for over 100 years.  The Greenwich Council is unique in that it serves only one town and district- the Black Wolf District.  Scouting has a strong presence in the Town of Greenwich through Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, Venturing Crews and Explorer Posts.

In 1960 Greenwich Scouting dedicated their beautiful 239 acre property as Ernest Thompson Seton Scout Reservation.  The reservation, also referred to as Camp Seton, offers campsites, lean-tos and cabins as well as several buildings to meet in, two spectacular lakes, five miles of hiking trails, an outdoor swimming pool and 40ft. climbing tower.  Seton Scout Reservation is used year-round by Scouts for Camporees, the Cuboree, the Klondike Derby and Fishing Derby and by local partnering organizations for their events.

Neighboring Boy Scouts of America Councils include the Connecticut Yankee Council covering Fairfield and New Haven counties in Connecticut and the Greater Hudson Valley Council that covers parts of Southern New York and Pennsylvania.