Pack 171 has a camping trip planned to Stone Mountain, NC. We will be camping at Stone Mountain State Park which is about an hour and a half north of Mooresville. This is a family friendly camp out so parents and siblings are welcome. Families should plan to bring their own tents and other camping equipment. The pack will provide dinner on Saturday night and breakfast on Sunday for $5 per family.
There will be dinner, activities and roasted marshmallows around the fire Saturday night. After breakfast on Sunday we’ll plan on taking a hike, weather permitting.
Make plans to join us now. See you there!
Directions to Stone Mountain State Park
Pack 171 camping checklist
Webelos Resident Camp
July 19th – July 23rd
All WEBELOS (rising 4th and 5th graders) are invited to resident camp this July. The theme this year will be Swing! into STEM, and will include theme related games and activities including swimming, paddleboarding, canoeing, archery, BB guns, campfires, and much more!
This 4 day camp is $170 if reserved before June 23, and $200 after. This includes meals, supplies, patch, t-shirt, insurance, and materials.
There is a Health and Medical record which must be filled out and signed by a doctor. You can get the form here.
Don’t miss out on the fun this summer!
With the Scout Camporee package, Charlotte-area scouts and their parents can enjoy a fun-filled night under the stars in the infield of Charlotte Motor Speedway after the biggest outdoor monster truck show around. The package includes a ticket to the Circle K Back-to-School Monster Truck Bash, a jamboree style campout in the Charlotte Motor Speedway infield, and a light breakfast, on Sunday morning.
This event is open to the entire family!
||Event Ticket Only
||Event Ticket and Sleepover
|Scout and Siblings under 13 years of age
|Scout and Adults 14 years or older
August 21st at 6:30 pm
Welcome back Scouts! We hope everyone had a great summer. Our first pack meeting is scheduled for August 21st at 6:30pm at Williamson Chapel United Methodist Church.
We’ll play games, award the first den cup of the year and welcome new scouts to our Pack. We’ll also provide updates about this year’s program and all the great activities we have planned. You won’t want to miss it!
This is also a great opportunity to have new potential members come and meet the pack, so if you know of any boys in grades 1 through 5 that might be interested, please let them know the meeting details.
We look forward to seeing all of you again and to another great year of scouting!
Dens will meet at 6:30 in the following rooms at the Williamson Chapel United Methodist Church –
Tigers – room A105
Wolves – room A206
Bears – room A109 (old fellowship hall)
Webelos I – room A204/205
Webelos II – room A106
Saturday, September 23rd
Pack 171 welcomes the fall with our first camping trip of the season. We will be camping at Lake Norman State Park which is only a few short miles away from Mooresville. This is a family friendly camp out so parents and siblings are welcome. The pack will provide dinner on Saturday night and breakfast on Sunday. Families should plan to bring their own tents and other camping equipment. This will be a great and very accessible trip for Scouts of all ages and camping experience levels.
- Meet at Group Sites D and E on Group Camp Lane
- Organized game 5:00 – 6:30
- Dinner 6:30
- Campfire time 7:45
- Lights out 9:30
- Breakfast 8:00
- Organized activity/hike
Make plans to join us now! Don’t forget tents, sleeping bags, water bottles, bug spray, sunscreen and your ashes from previous camping trips!
Directions to Lake Norman State Park
Pack 171 camping checklist
Saturday, October 21-22, 2017
The Virginia Creeper Trail is an old railroad path that has been converted into a wide and smooth trail which is perfect for biking. The trail slopes gently downhill and is easy enough for even the newest bike riders to handle. We meet in Damascus, Virginia at The Bike Station (about a 2.5 hour drive from Mooresville). From the Bike Station our bikes are put on trailers and we are driven to the top of the trail (approx. 25 minutes) in a shuttle bus. We are dropped off and enjoy a 3 to 3.5 hour ride through beautiful scenery back to the shop. The trail passes over bridges and along streams, and around mountains. There are plenty of scenic places to picnic and a few small restaurants where you can buy lunch. You can even stop for ice cream if you want. Camping is at Bear Tree National forest, about 10-15 minutes outside of Damascus.
Cost for the trip will be announced as soon as possible.