Outings Location Map
Outings With Photos
A Brownsea Island visit, UK 2014
Philmont 2012, Crew A (44.6 MB)
Farm Mechanics merit badge (5.4 MB)
Northern Tier 2011 in 4 PDF files (18 MB each):
PDF Slide Show.
2010 Primitive Campout (5.5 MB)
BSA Grand Centennial Parade (16.7 MB)
Seabase Bahamas (Crew 1) (24.5 MB)
Barton, MD Archaeological Dig (7.6 MB)
NCAC Centennial Camporee (9.9 MB)
Laurel Caverns (3.7 MB)
Soldiers Delight NEA (4.1 MB)
National Aquarium / USS Torsk (3.2 MB)
Primitive Campout 2009 (8.2 MB)
Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (4.4 MB)
Oceanography Merit Badge, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown National Battlefield
2009 Philmont (Crew A) (49 MB)
2009 Philmont (Crew B) (33 MB)
Oceana NAS and Norfolk Navy Base
Mütter Museum / Eastern State Penitentiary / Battleship New Jersey
Seneca Rocks, WV / Astronomy / Cass Scenic RR
Allegheny Highlands Trail
Cunningham Falls / Catoctin Mountain Backpacking
Pocomoke River Canoeing
Nationals' Scout Day - Baseball
Seneca Creek Backcountry
Revolutionary War Campout
Webelos Weekend 2008
Troop 264 is an active troop, planning and participating in outdoor activities such as camping
at least once a month. There are also various community service projects, some repeated, some
one time only, throughout the year that scouts can be a part of, some of which can count for Student
Service Learning (SSL) hours in the Montgomery County Schools and elsewhere.
The troop consists of approximately 60 scouts ranging in age from 11 to 17 years old
(6th to 12th grade). The pinnacle of the Scouting experience for the boys is to make Eagle scout.
Scouts work on meeting their requirements at their own pace with help from older scouts and adult leaders.
Troop 264 is very fortunate to have a large number of adults that assist in many different ways,
as trained leaders, merit badge counselors, arranging outings, activities, fundraising, etc.
(thanks, parents!). There are many ways to help.
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Recent Outing Pictures (5 images, one every 20 seconds):
Primitive Campout (November 22-23, 2014)
We Have Fun! Troop outings may include (but are not limited to) Civil War battlefield hikes,
canoeing, backpacking, museum and historic site visits, camping and caving. Older scouts (with proper
training, of course) are eligible to participate in High Adventure outings
such as whitewater rafting, Seabase in Florida and the Bahamas (scuba and sailing),
Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico (backpacking), or Northern Tier in Minnesota (wilderness canoeing).
All boys between 11 and 18 are welcome (parents too) to visit or join Troop 264.
The troop meets at St. John's Church
on MD Route 108 in the center of Olney (just west of MD Route 97 / Georgia Avenue) at 7:30 PM on Monday
evenings. Mr. Dennis Bogan is the troop's Scoutmaster.
Younger boys (elementary school) and their parents may want to consider Cub Scouts, which can
provide a strong and fun foundation for moving up to Boy Scouts in just a few years.
However, boys do not have to be Cub Scouts before they can join Boy Scouts.
Mike Rowe of "Dirty Jobs" Offers a Potential Eagle Scout His Eagle Perspective