Welcome to the Troop 1 Hingham Web site!

Founded in 1910, Troop 1 Hingham is one of the oldest Boy Scout troops in the U.S. We are part of the Cranberry Harbors District in the Mayflower Council.

e have our own Scout House on 162 Leavitt St., Hingham and meet up for
 Troop meetings every Thursday from 7-8:30. Come on down and try it out! or click here to apply now!

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AWESOME FUN Camping last weekend!

Posted on Sep 27 2021 - 10:50am

 35DA0FC4-A836-4550-B3C7-85B84DC73797We all had a great time camping down the cape on the weekend. Friday night we had to shelter from the Thunder and Lightning under the pavilion until it passed which made for some exciting times, especially with a ride on the camp directors "Gucci bus". Saturday was a great day of shooting. There were a few scouts that had never shot a rifle before, but Mr Monroe, the shooting director took us through the safe shooting course. There were also many scouts (and leaders!) that shot a shotgun at clay pigeons for the first time, but none better than our SPL, Finn Bias, who barely missed a target for both rifle and shotgun!  It rained hard during the night, but we mostly stayed dry in the troop tents that were set up correctly, but a few of the scouts will need better rain gear! All in all some awesome experiences were had and the scouts experienced some extreme camping. More photos here > 

Nantucket Cycling and camping trip October 9-11.

Posted on Sep 27 2021 - 10:11am

Sign up now - (but you will need to buy your own ferry ticket!)  
Columbus Day Weekend - All welcome to come including Youth Protection Trained parents!* 
Come over Historic Nantucket for the weekend of cycling and adventure. We will camp out at Camp Richard, located approximately 3 miles from the Steamship boat docking facilities. Biking is the form of transportation and activity for visiting scout troops. The island is covered with numerous bike paths. Plan on bringing your own bikes, or you can rent them here if you do not have one. Itineraries and maps are available at the local bike shops. 

We will need $50 from each scout to attend to cover some of the costs for this camp. The scout will also need to pay for their own return ticket on the ferry (~$15) plus money for items to purchase while traveling the island (Probably junk food!) 

Scouts will bring their bikes to the Thursday Troop Meeting for a safety check and load onto the Truck for transport to the island. Scouts will meet Saturday morning 8:30am at Hyannis Steamship Authority for drop off (rideshares can be arranged), One Adult will purchase the tickets for the scouts to board at 8:45. We will arrive in Nantucket at 11:30 where the Truck will meet the Scouts to collect their bicycles and the scouts can put their packs into the truck and head to Camp Richard. We will arrive back to Hyannis Monday 2:15pm. More information will be provided as we get closer but 

- so we can get an idea of numbers.
*All Parents attending this campout must show proof of Youth Protection Training.  It is a 45 minute online course which can be found here:

The Yearly Calendar is Published! SIGN UP FOR OUR 2021/2022 EVENTS!

Posted on Sep 21 2021 - 2:24am

The Scouts have chosen some FANTASTIC outdoor activities for the coming year (link) - register now and get these on the family calendar as soon as possible! Links inside! - (Also Click to Sync your phone Calendar for mobile access)


Posted on Sep 20 2021 - 11:11am

Last Chance to register! - Need numbers for Shooting Sports!
Our campsite is Driftwood Campsite, Camp Greenough, 227 Pine St, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 (Ridesharing is allowed  adhering to BSA Guidelines)
Arrive 6pm Friday or 8am Saturday. Troop Trailer will arrive Friday afternoon to the campsite. Gear list is here - (Tents Provided) - We will provide Saturday Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner, Sunday Breakfast.
Bring Fishing Rods and Scout Books! 

A Great Weekend of Service! THANK YOU!

Posted on Sep 13 2021 - 10:59am

WOW - Thank you all for helping out with our service projects on the weekend.
 - Colton Chipman was very grateful for the help on his Eagle project at the Girl Scout House and it was looking GREAT! 
 - The Troop 1 Scout House grounds were trimmed back and now is accessible for outdoor meetings and a LARGE stack of firewood to get us through the winter activities. 
 - The Wompatuck Landmine Race committee were VERY Grateful for our help cheering on the racers and ensuring they were will hydrated and energized! 

Scout House Grounds Cleanup - Sat Sept 11 - 10am.

Posted on Sep 2 2021 - 8:26am

Let's clean up the grounds of the Scout House! Scouts and Parents come on over at 10am to 12pm Saturday Morning September 11 at the Troop 1 Scout House (162 Leavitt Street) - Bring garden tools and sturdy gloves to help clean up the ground ready for the Scouting Year! We will have a trailer and will need a truck or two to load in the clippings. Anyone with a chainsaw can help chop branches for firewood. Thank you for your help!

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