Troop 187    Fairfax, Virginia 
Member Login  Troop Communication Center  Troop Photos & Videos (View | Download | Upload)

Here is the complete list of what the Boy Scouts of America suggest that the Troop or Patrol provide on outdoor activities.

  • This list excludes food. The appointed "Grubmasters" for the outing will be responsible for coming up with the Patrol menu and obtaining the necessary supplies for preparing and cooking each meal.

X

Patrol Gear


Tents with poles, stakes, ground cloths, and lines


Dining fly or tarp


Nylon cord, 50 ft.


Patrol Boxes


Troop First Aid Kit

X

Troop Cook Kit


Pots, pans, griddle


Spatula, large spoon and/or ladle, depending on menus


Plastic sheets, two 4-by-4 foot


Matches in waterproof container


Dutch oven





X

Clean Up Kit


Sponge or dishcloth


Dish soap


Sanitizing rinse agent (bleach)


Scouring pads


Plastic trash bags


Toilet paper in plastic bag



X

Repair Kit


Thread


Needles


Safety pins



X

Group Extras (optional)


Hot-pot tongs


Camp shovel


Water containers


Washbasin


Grill


Pot rods


Patrol flag


Small U.S. flag


Ax and/or hatchet


Camp saw


Firewood


Above ground fire container








Info and Forms Needed by Event Leader
Troop Equipment
Required Personal Gear
First Aid Equipment
Troop or Patrol Overnight Camping Gear