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Boy Scout Troop 222
(Norwalk, Connecticut)
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!!!!Join Troop 222!!!!

Have Fun and Learn So Many Skills

Come Check Us out,email if you are interested in attending a meeting

@Saint Thomas, Norwalk, CT


Make Food 

Build Fires

Camp Overnight

    TROOP 222 

Troop 222 is a member of the Powahay District
of the Connecticut Yankee Council of the Boy Scouts of America

Abiding by the principles of Scouting's founder, Lord Baden Powell, Troop 222 is a boy-led troop. The Scouts learn life skills (leadership, teamwork, responsibility, cooking, camping and love of nature) by practicing them in a safe environment. We have a long Scouting history as Troop 2, with many years of experience, fun and Eagle Scouts.

The Troop is active year-round with lots of exciting activities which are planned by the Scouts.  Some examples are:

  • Monthly tent camping
  • Hiking on the Appalachian Trail
  • Orienteering & Geocaching
  • Canoeing and Rafting
  • Skiing
  • Historic trails
  • Service Projects
  • Week-long summer camp at Yawgoog Scout Reservation in Rhode Island 

Boys who have finished fifth grade or are at least 10 1/2 years old, are welcome to join.

Our Troop is unique, in that we also have a Venture Crew for high school age males and females.  The Crew is involved in all of the Boy Scout events plus high adventure activities.

Troop 222 leaders are fully trained for their positions and also have CPR and First Aid certification

**ATTENTION FEMALES AGES 10 1/2 to 18, we want to Welcome you to Scouting, but due to the "Separate but Equal" rules from National, we must first establish an all female Troop.  In order to do that, we need 5 female recruits.  PLEASE, contact us, if you are interested in joining.  We promised you highly rewarding program.


 Meeting Location:
St Thomas School
208 East Ave
Norwalk, CT


7pm - 8:30pm

New Scouts welcome at any time

Contact Us:
Use the link at the top of the page

Scott Humphrey

Committee Chair
Gwen Lupinek