News and Events
Death Valley Trip
January 3 to 6, 2020
During the trip to Death Valley, we hiked about 25 miles over four days and saw so many different parts of nature. We visited salt flats that resembled snow and ice at a glance. We hiked down into a crater one day and to the top of the tallest sand dune the next day. We observed colorful hills, smooth stone, an enormous natural bridge made of rock, and so many more fascinating sights.
During the weeklong summer camp, Troop 303 boys learned skills that included camping, wilderness survival, search and rescue, lifesaving, rowing, environmental science, and kayaking. They also enjoyed archery, BB guns, swimming, and hiking.
Camp Round Meadow
The Honor to Retire a Flag
October 30, 2018
The 2018 Webelos camping weekend took place at Steckel Park Camping Ground October 26-28. After an entertaining campfire program, the troop had the privilege to retire some flags. A Garrison flag, which was more than 50 years old with 48 stars, was among the flags was laid to rest. It was a proud and moving moment for our troop.
AOL/Webelos Weekend 2018
October 28, 2018
How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse!
Family Camp 2018: Lake Isabella and the Kern River
August 4, 2018
Troop 303’s 2018 Family Camping Trip to Lake Isabella and tubing on the Kern River was great fun for parents, siblings, and Scouts.
Camp Mataguay: Summer 2018
July 15, 2018
Troop 303’s 2018 Summer Camp was spent at Mataguay.
Malibu Creek Mountain Biking