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Boy Scout Troop 25
(Orange Park, Florida)
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What is Troop 25?

Troop 25 is a Boy Scout troop sponsored by Orange Park United Methodist Church, Orange Park, Florida.

We meet on Mondays from 7:00pm to 8:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. Interested in joining the fun?  Click here
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Is Troop 25 right for you?

Troop 25 has active patrols with many scouts from the ages of 11-17.  Troop 25 is active year-round and works to help boys acheive the ideals of scouting through the Scout Oath, Scout Law, outdoor adventures, rank advancement, association with adults, personal growth, and leadership development.  

Troop 25 has many active parents and adult leaders that work to cultivate courage, loyalty, patriotism, brotherliness, self-control, courtesy, kindness, usefulness, cheerfulness, cleanliness, thrift, purity and honor in all scouts. These are the values that the Boy Scouts of America and Troop 25 adds to any boys natural gifts to be a good citizen and successful leader in life.

Troop 25 has a large active group of leaders that teach scout requirements and Merit Badge courses that are necessary for boys wanting to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout.  Scouting's highest honor.  Troop 25 has multiple scouts that achieve the Eagle Scout rank every year. 

Whitewater rafting on the Ocoee River

Scouting is more than just meetings.  Troop 25 goes camping every month and also attends Boy Scout Summer Camp in the North Georgia and North Carolina mountains every year.  

Membership in Troop 25 allows you to join us on an adventure to the USS Alabama and canoeing down the Suwanee River.  We will also be biking, camping, and swimming at State Parks in Florida and taking a backpacking trip on the Florida Trails as well as attending Black Creek District's Merit Badge Fair.  

You are welcome to join us this year as we attend Summer Camp at Camp Daniel Boone in the North Carolina mountains from June 21 - 28 in 2014.  At summer camp you can will test your skills by rock climbing, repelling, whitewater rafting, boating, fishing, kayaking, swimming, hiking, and doing many other activities that the camp offers, including a very long list of merit badge options.