The Rockland District serves more than 2,100 youth in over 50 units
in Rockland and Orange County in New York.

Upcoming Events:

Rockland District

Annual Awards and Recognition Dinner

Reminder - Now is the time to start considering who from your Unit should be nominated. Please honor our Scouting Leaders who have unselfishly given their time and effort to our sons/daughters by attending the Rockland District Dinner. Only a few nominations have been received so far.  Please consider submitting today!


No nominations will be accepted after March 16


The Awards List can be found here 



Date: April 29, 2018

Location: Casa Mia Manor House, Rt 303, Blauvelt, NY


Registration Information:

Registration will be open in February

Seating will be 10 people per table. We encourage every unit to reserve one or more tables, which will enable you to receive a discount from the single registration price.  All units should consider covering the cost of any recipient they nominated.


A full table of 10 – $370.00 until Apr 16

Normal registration until Apr Apr 16 is $40.00

Late registration Apr 17-25 is $45.00


(No Registrations accepted after Apr 25 or at the door)


Any questions, please contact Dinner Chair George Ferguson (e-mail: cell: 201-259-3759)

2018 Stem Fair - Click on image for flyer

Click here to register

April 21st North Rockland High School

For more details and to register to attend and participate, visit: 
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Save the date May 6 Cub O Ree to include: Pushmobile Derby - -  Bike Rodeo, Climbing Wall, Human Foosball, Scout Skills and much much more!        Pfizer Parking Lot in Pearl River           

Details to follow

Cub o Ree flyer.pdf


May 18-20th Spring Camporee


"Scouting Around the World"



At Camp Bullowa Cub Scout Day Camp, we strive to give your child an opportunity to grow physically and mentally while having a great time. Memories and friendships made at Camp Bullowa will last a lifetime!

Summer Camp Information:

Camp Bullowa is a Monday through Friday week-long day camp in Stony Point NY. There are five sessions.  Program begins daily at 8:30 AM with an opening flag raising ceremony and completes at 3:30 PM with a flag lowering ceremony. The camp is run by Boy Scout youth and Boy Scout adults, known as Scouts and Scouters, respectively. Our top-notch program is based in Scouting traditions including focus on Good Citizenship, Physical Fitness, Nature, Challenging Adventures, and Outdoor Skills. Through the program we look to instill Scouting ideals such as the Scout Oath and Law, and for everyone to do their best, be prepared, and to do a good turn daily.

Centralized bus transportation and early/late pick up times are available for an additional $75 per child per week. The bus schedule for each week will not be finalized until the preceding Thursday. Please sign up early if you are interested in transportation. 

On Thursday afternoon and evening we invite all of our campers and their families to come together for a meal and a campfire.  Parents can come and see what their child(ren) has been working on and accomplished that week, meet our fine staff, see several program areas, and then enjoy some nourishment and a campfire with songs and skits put on by our staff and your children.

ALL CAMPERS must have a completed BSA Medical form, Parts A and B submitted by June 30, 2018. This form can be downloaded here. Completed forms should be submitted electronically to Registration Information:  See Registration links below to register online!

For Cub Scouts: Please have your child's pack and rank information available at the time of registration.

For Non Scouts: While filling out the electronic forms during the registration process, you will be asked if your son is registered in Scouting? If you answer "No" an additional fee of $25 will be added to your total. This is a one time, temporary registration in the Learning for Life Program which is a Co-educational program that falls under the Boy Scouts of America insurance umbrella. This offers a temporary registration and accident and sickness insurance for your child while on our property or participating in Summer Camp events. This only needs to be selected once regardless of the number of weeks your child(ren) are being registered.

Special Accommodations: We are required by the NYS Department of Health to ask this question. You have the right to "not answer at this time." This is specifically looking for mental or physical attributes that will require extra supervision, and may require special action plans and training for our staff. Documentation of the diagnosis from a physician and any written plans of action will be requested  when you submit your medical.

REGISTRATION LINKS: (Cub Scout Camp Only, Boy Scout Adventure Camp registration will open soon!)

Week 1 - July 9-13

Week 2 - July 16-20

Week 3 - July 23-27

Week 4 - July 30-August 4

Week 5 - August 6-10

Haunted Harvest is coming back to Bullowa October 2018

Rockland District News

What's happening in the Rockland District?  Post your unit news here.  

Send your news, upcoming events, fundraisers, exciting trips, flyers or anything you would like to share with the Rockland District Units.

Send your news to the Webmaster

Congratulations to Rockland's Newest Eagles


March 2018 C. Bonardi 2037 Beautification Project for American Legion Post Sparkhill
  W. Klein 2036 Beautify & Remove Invasives at Nike Overlook Park
  D. Sorensen 2121 Appalachian Trail Kiosk (Furneau Site)
  D. Southard 2079 Beautification of Korean War Memorial, Pearl River
  J. Thomas 2097 Early Childhood Center Beautification Project


January Rockland Round Up click here

Troop 97 Congratulates John McGinn and Christian Pearson

Congratulation to Rocklands newest Eagles

January 2018

S. Brosnan


Clarkstown, NY Town Pool AEDs & Information Board


A. Carbone


Pearl River HS Auditorium Booth Renovation


V. Carney


Law Enforcement Memorial for the Village of Greenwood Lake


J. Moon


Tuxedo Park Trail Improvement


C. Petry


Saint Catharine's Cemetery Restoration & Statue Garden


R. Slattery


Bogert Family Cemetery Restoration


E. Vallebuona


Germonds Trail Extension & Revitalization


C. Walsh


Welles Crowther 9/11 Memorial

Troop 2 Nyack giving back to their Charter organization

An integral part of our parish life, BSA Troop 2, Nyack, has been a part of our parish family for over 75 years.  The Scouts and their leaders, headed up by long term Scout Master Kier Levesque, have made a mark on our community in many ways.   

click here for full article

For the past 18 months, give or take a few days, Boy Scout Maxwell Gedvila of Tuxedo Troop 46 - where his dad, Ed, is the assistant Scoutmaster - has labored over the ruins of the original Sterling Iron Furnace.  Read full article on The Times Herald Record 


Rockland County Executive Ed Day congratulated Pennsylvania College of Technology freshman Peter Yacuk of Troop 79 in New City on becoming an Eagle Scout at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor.  Read full article below

BSA Troop 97 (New City) 50th Eagle Celebration


2017 Fall Camporee and Cuboree

This Fall the Rockland Activities Committee changed things up for the Fall Camporee.  They held a Cub O Ree within the Camp O Ree! 

The Boy Scouts lead the Trail for the Cubs teaching them scout skills, dutch oven cooking, first aid, fire building, carpentry skills, plus monkey bridges and climbing walls and much much more.  The camporee was attended by over 500 scouts, leaders, cubs and parents.  New this year Human Foosball and the 1st ever Lake Boyce Cardboard Boat Races where 10 brave scouts braved Lake Boyce and attemted to paddle the course.  

Look for article on Camporee/Cuboree in next months Rockland Round up.

Click here for pictures of event

Additional photos from this event are on Facebook.

Boy Scouts work hard to leave no trace…but the Rockland District Cub Scouts left some tracks today!
The Rockland District, of the Hudson Valley Council in New York, held its 2017 Pushmobile Derby on May 7th. Beating an unusually cold afternoon and light spotted showers, the District Cubs, leaders and families united to show off their hard work on their cars.
And hidden in all the fun was some great learning and advancement opportunities. For young Cubs, building the car is a first opportunity for engineering and construction. The local fire services taught about first aid and fire safety. Local Troops and Crews facilitated everything, including cooking, camping and hiking demonstrations, knots and lashings, crafts and more!
Their hard work paid off. All in all, it was a great day for everyone.  Thank you Jack Meyers for all the great pictures!

Click here to see pictures of pushmobile derby           

2017 Rockland District Dinner Photos - Congratulations to all the winners.  

Thank you Denis Tanney for all the great pictures Click here for photos