Delta Heritage Trail

Scouts will spend a day at the Delta Heritage Trail State Park and be able to earn the Delta Heritage Trail State Park Scout Explorer Patch. The program runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with a short lunch break. It is open to all levels of scouts. The specific programs offered will vary some […]

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Toltec Mounds State Park

Toltec Mounds State Park

A National Historic Landmark, Toltec preserves and interprets Arkansas’s tallest Native American mounds. These mounds and an earthen embankment are the remains of a large ceremonial and governmental complex inhabited from A.D. 600 to 1050. This interpretive center is managed by Arkansas State Parks and the Arkansas Archeological Survey. Facilities include a visitor center with […]

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Quapaw Line Trail

Quapaw Line Trail

In 1967, members of Boy Scout Troop 358, led by Dr. Joseph Randle Luten Jr., created a walking route of just over ten-miles they named the Quapaw Line Trail. It toured historic sites and took about six hours to walk. Then-Mayor Martin Borchert spoke at a dedication in MacArthur Park. The trail route today is […]

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Arkansas Heritage Award

The Arkansas Heritage Award is designed to give Cub Scouts recognition for studying prominent sites of historical significance to the State of Arkansas. By visiting historical sites, buildings, and monuments, Cubs can cultivate an appreciation for the people and events that gave Arkansas the former name “The Land of Opportunity”. A patch can be awarded […]

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Bayou Meto Scout Trail

The beginning of the trail is the Bayou Meto Cemetery parking area. On the marker at the entrance of the cemetery find the answers: 1. Who donated the land? 2. When was it donated? 3. How old was the white oak tree estimated to be? When facing the cemetery, turn left and go to the […]

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Petit Jean Hiking Trail

Petit Jean Hiking Trail

Located in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, the beauty of Cedar Creek Canyon and waterfall makes this state park a favorite destination for hikers and campers. Hiking trails lead you along forest, canyons, streams, meadows and mountainsides. Petit Jean Mountain is also home to the Museum of Automobiles, a showcase of antique and classic cars. […]

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Pinnacle Mountain Trail

Pinnacle Mountain is a day-use park dedicated to environmental education, recreation and preservation. The diversity of habitats, from high upland peaks to bottomlands along the Big and Little Maumelle Rivers, provide many outdoor opportunities. The park includes a visitor center with exhibits, A/V programs, a meeting room and gift shop. Special interpretive programs may be […]

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Burns Park Hiking Trail

Burns Park Hiking Trail

Service project opportunity! This trail is scheduled for rework. A note will be posted here when the plans are complete. Read the history of Burns Park before the hike. Cub Scouts hike 5 miles; Boy Scouts hike 10 miles. The same patch is issued for either group Hints for Hiking Trail. Allow 3 to 4 […]

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Little Rock Zoo

Cub Zoo Safari

The zoo has always been a favorite for Cub Scouts. Plan early! Call the zoo as soon as you have chosen a date for your trip. Bookings are taken on a first called, first served basis and must be made at least 10 days in advance. Reservations will only be taken during regular business hours. […]

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