BSA Troop 206

Troop 206 is a thriving Boy Scout Troop in the mid-Peninsula, and is one of the most successful Scouting organizations in California.  It offers a strong tradition of boy leadership and a varied program of fun, adventure, learning and comradeship to boys.  

Troop 206 has served the communities of Atherton, Menlo Park, Redwood City, Woodside, and Portola Valley for over 60 years.  It is chartered by and meets at Trinity Episcopal Church in Menlo Park.  The Troop is nondenominational, enjoying a diverse group of backgrounds.  

Troop 206 has a proud history of community service and of helping boys develop into responsible citizens and leaders in their chosen fields.

What makes Troop 206 unique?

Troop 206 is a boy-led troop which allows boys to develop their leadership and independence. The boy leaders, with support from scout masters, choose the outings that the troop will go on each year, with favorites including Moaning Caverns, Shooting Sports, Point Reyes, a bike outing, orienteering, Pinnacles, and Prep treks. They do a Philmont or other high adventure trek each summer. The boy leaders also lead the troop meetings and choose activities such as cooking competitions, dodge ball, developing core scout skills, and advancement. The troop also has a parent-led annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser which both supports the troop and is a lot of fun!

Want to know more?

If you would like to learn more about Troop 206, please take a look at the troop's history and overview

If you have any questions, please contact the Troop 206 (

How to Join Troop 206