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Welcome to Troop 815, the oldest Boy Scout Troop in Danville. We have produced over 100 Eagle Scouts since we were chartered, in 1969. We give young men the opportunity to develop leadership skills while contributing to the local community and having a great time in the outdoors.

Backpacking, camping, sailing, hiking, and biking and much more are all part of our exciting outdoor program, with age appropriate activities for everyone. Check us out today!

We had a great time looking for tarantulas! It was beautiful on Mount Diablo. The weather was perfect and the sun was out.


Tarantula Hike

 

Noyo was another great camping trip.  Just north of Mendocino, between Fort Bragg and Willits, Noyo is reached by riding the Skunk Train, a vintage train that runs a route that's been in existence for 127 years.  Noyo is a popular 'end of summer' campout where the Scouts are encouraged to relax and enjoy their last weekend of summer.

 

Our Summer Camp this year was our first visit to Camp Chawanakee.  Everyone had a great time and is looking forward to returning.

Camp Chawanakee

The weather was perfect and the mountains were beautiful.  Between sailing, rifle shooting, swimming, archery, and much more, everyone's days were filled with fun.

 

We drove up to near Strawberry, 140 miles east of Danville, on the edge of the Sierras.  The weather was nice, there was plenty of snow and everyone had fun.



 

Our Scouts had a great time Saturday night, playing midnight broomball at Dublin Iceland.  Don't miss the photos!


Midnight Broomball