Scouting

Scouting programs offered through the sponsorship of our church help serve the children and youth of our community. All are welcome to participate in the various levels of scouting for boys and girls:

Girl Scouts Troop 26

We hold bi-monthly meetings on Thursday evenings.  In addition, we offer one monthly activity (such as hiking, camping, community service,  social events, etc.)

Contact us at wncgstroop26@yahoo.com for a schedule.

Cub Scout Pack 15

www.cubscoutpack15.org.

Welcome to Pack 15, sponsored by the Weaverville United Methodist Church!

We meet weekly at Weaverville United Methodist Church (on the corner of Main and Church Streets, Weaverville) on Tuesdays, from 6:45-8:00 PM. Pack Meetings are held the last Tuesday of the month in the Fellowship Hall across the street. Meetings will not be held any day that school is cancelled for snow, holidays, or emergencies.
Boy Scout Troop 15
http://www.troop15bsa.net/

Troop 15 is a member of the Soqua district, inside the Daniel Boone Council. Weaverville is nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains, about 12 miles north of Asheville

The area we live in offers us many opportunities for Scout development year round. Our winters are mild, but we do get snow. There are 5 ski resorts within a 2 hour radius. Troop 15 is within 25 miles of connecting into the Appalachian Trail and 20 minutes from the Bent Creek area where there are diverse trails for hiking, horse back riding and mountain biking. There are also good mountain climbing areas, including our local BSA camp, camp Daniel Boone.

We are within 1 hour of the highest point east of the Mississippi River, Mount Mitchell. Mountain stream are abundant in our area. With a climate that encompasses 4 seasons, we have opportunities for year round camping. Troop 15 favorite backpacking areas are Turkeypen and Panthertown. We are blessed with a beautiful area that has multitude of outdoor opportunities.