Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 226 in Apex, NC!

Pack 226 would like to welcome you and your family to Cub Scouts!  Pack 226 is chartered by Apex United Methodist Church which has graciously provides our Pack with meeting space at Apex UMC and actively supports our Cub Scout program. The Boy Scouts of America provides training to our leaders each year to help us conduct a great program. We have many experienced leaders, most that started out not knowing anything about Cub Scouts but have grown to love the program.  

Our Cub Scout Pack's main focus is on the outdoors.  We provide an exciting camping program where the entire Cub Scout Pack Family camps 3 or 4 times a year.  Our Family camping includes all members of the family that wish to join us.  We typically will camp at a state park or a Boy Scout Campground.  Additionally, we have had several different hiking adventures through the various state parks located within an hour of Apex, NC.  (Harris Lake, Jordan Lake, Falls Lake, Umstead Park, Raven Rock, etc.)

In addition to our outdoor program, we also have an exciting Pinewood Derby where the cub scouts and their responsible adults will build a small car out of a block of wood provided by the Pack.  In February, we have our Blue and Gold Banquet that celebrates our Webelos achieving the highest Cub Scout Award, that is the Arrow of Light.  We deliver back to the community with activities such as Scouting for Food where scouts provide service to those in need, Holiday Mail for Heroes, Gleaning Sweet Potatoes, Scout Sunday, the Apex Christmas Parade, and our annual Popcorn Fundraiser.  We strive to be a good neighbor to our Apex and Cary Community!

For more information you can contact using the "Contact Us" form.  Please view the following attachment for additional information or send us an email using the "Contact Us" form.


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Registration for Cuboree is Open

Posted by rswain on Feb 2 2019 - 7:52am

Cuboree is now open for those who are going. This is a great Council wide event for all of the area Packs to come together and camp out, learn and grow while outdoors. We have had different amounts of scouts at these events and we will try to coordinate efforts as best we can. If there is enough interest we can sing up as a pack and go. Check out the flyer attached for more info.

One Week Left to Sign Up for Big Trip to VA

Posted by rswain on Jan 25 2019 - 9:24am

Scout Famlies. We have until Jan 31 to sign up and pay for the big trip this year. Please take two minutes to go to the pack site let us know your intentions.

2019 Big Trip now open for registration

Posted by rswain on Jan 2 2019 - 10:13am


December Pack Meeting

Posted by rswain on Dec 15 2018 - 9:05am

Scout Families. 

Monday night will be a fun pack meeting for everyone. We tend to run this a party for the kids and less of a meeting. Here are some of the things to look forward to...

December Service Project: Fill the Footlocker

Posted by rswain on Nov 24 2018 - 9:43pm

Every December our Pack picks a charity that supports local Triangle families and this year we have selected Military Missions in Action. A non for profit organization that helps veterans with disabilites, members of the armed forces and their families. MMIA provides assistance to thousands of veterans and service members each year, with 97 cents of every $1 going to their programs. 

2018 Rock Climbing with Pack 226

Posted by rswain on Nov 24 2018 - 9:24pm
Triangle Rock Club, 102 Pheasant Wood Ct, Morrisville, NC 27560
All participants must have a valid waiver on file prior to participating. Participants under the age of 18 may ONLY have their waiver completed by their parent(s) or court appointed guardian.
To complete a waiver online, please visit the e-waiver, found 
HERE or visit http://www.trianglerockclub.com/
Dec 15 2017 - 6:00pm
Dec 15 2017 - 8:00pm
Triangle Rock Club, 102 Pheasant Wood Ct, Morrisville, NC 27560

Join us for adventure-fueled fitness at the last Pack 226 event of 2018! The scout-specific climbing program teaches courage, confidence, and character. Climbing requires a combination of tenacity and practice in pursuit of mastery. Scouts will learn the ropes with an introduction to safe climbing, including how to use harnesses and the proper way to tie a figure-8-follow-through knot. Scouts will get the chance to climb several different courses, of varying difficulty, using the auto-belayer.

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