The Oldest Boy Scout Troop in Washington, DC - Established 1918


Welcome to Troop 100 - please join us!

Our goal is to teach boys leadership and environmental awareness through outdoor camping activities and community service.


Venturing Crew 100 Launches

 Join Venturing Crew 100!!! 


With the creation of Troop 100's affiliated venturing crew, we now welcome girls ages 14-21 to join in the scouting fun. Stop by a crew meeting on the third wednesday of each month to learn more!

Scouts Help with Inauguration

 On Monday, January 21, a cohort of Troop 100 Scouts met at 4:30 AM to beat crowds into the city and serve in the inauguration. 

Marsh's Farm 2013


Troop 100 goes on its’ annual Winter/ Snow Campout to Marsh's Farm in the Catoctin Mountains.

Game After the November Campout

While waiting for our ride home, the Scouts in Troop 100 have fun playing a game.

Troop Takes 2nd at District Camporee

  Recently, Troop 100 attended the Fall 2012 District Camporee. We spent the weekend in Watkins Park, Largo, Maryland, where we enjoyed friendly competition with a dozen other troops from the area. The challenges covered problem solving, teamwork, and scouting skills such as first aid and fire building. In the end, two of our patrols took home second and third place- impressive, especially given the number of new scouts in the troop.

Troop 100 Visits Philmont

      Last summer, scouts from Troop 100 visited Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimmaron, New Mexico. Philmont is the largest summer camp in the world, with 23000 participants each year and over 214 square miles of land in the Sangre de Christo Mountains. The troop sent 3 different crews of 7-8 people, each following a separate itinerary through the backcountry. Everyone had a great time, and returned with new camping, navigating, and leadership skills.

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