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Broward County > Parks > Get Involved > Scout Information

Boy Scouts

General Information

Our Service Commitment to Scouts

Broward County Parks and Recreation currently operates a total of nearly 6,500 acres including natural areas. Our nature centers provide access to several different habitats, including freshwater wetlands and mangrove forests. Some of our sites provide access to recreational amenities and activities such as playgrounds, picnic facilities, camping, canoeing, and sports programs. Our badge programs are designed by park employees, some of whom were once active scouts and leaders. Our goal is to make learning enjoyable.

Badge Training

Badge trainings are available at our nature centers at various times during the year. Contact the nature center of your choice to arrange for a badge training.

Service Projects

We have service projects available for all ages and group sizes: exotic removal, waterway cleanup, air potato roundup, tree planting, etc.

Complete your troop, pack, or individual scout projects with us. Scouts can complete their Star, Life, and Eagle Scout projects. Silver and Gold Award projects are also available. Our professional staff will help you coordinate projects to fit your needs.

Eagle Scout Requirements for Broward County Parks

Examples of previous scout projects at Broward County Parks include:

For additional information or assistance, please contact the park of your choice or e-mail: parksvolunteers@broward.org.