Activities & Events

Guide Book

This book has instruction on how to update your Units PIN in order to accept online applications for your Unit.
Committee Chairs – We invite you to do some research and make sure your Pack, Crew or Troop has an updated PIN. What does that mean? Check out the June Newsletter with instructions.

Enter Your Service Hours Online

Click Here For Written Instructions to See How to Log Service

Click Here To Find Your Unit ID#

ONE EASY THING YOU NEED TO DO THAT WILL GROW MEMBERSHIP – Updating your pin with current information on BeAScout is the easiest way unit leaders can help prospective Scouts and their families get in touch with a unit in your council.

Find a Unit

The North Star District serves more than 3,200 registered Scouts including:

  • Cub Scouts (ages 7-10 or 1st-5th grades)
  • Boy Scout (ages 11-18)
  • Varsity Scouts (ages 14-18)
  • Venture Scouts (co-ed programming available for youth ages 14-21).

The North Star District serves 193 Scout Units chartered to 64 chartering organizations at several schools, parent organizations, Nellis Air Force Base, and to several local community churches. The District serves boys within the following zip codes: 89143, 89131, 89130, 89032, 89031, 89081, 89084, 89033, 89086, 89030, 89115

Use – find a Scout unit near you: click here.

Put Your Unit on the Map at!

Scouting for boys 14+ for LDS Units.  
Young Men Leaders this is for you.
Keeping Kids Fit

Vegas PBS offers workshops on Health, Nutrition and Fitness at no charge to your Troops – More info

Get Out and Go Camping This Year!

Camping is a hallmark of a Boy Scout’s experience. As a leader have you ever wondered….where are good places to camp around Las Vegas? Wonder no more!Click here for a list of more than 26 camping spots nearby, compiled by some of our very own Scoutmasters. Need another resource? Click here. Take a picture on your next camping trip and post it to our facebook page North Star District, Las Vegas Area Council.

Scout Masters do you have Scouts looking for leadership positions?

We are losing our scouts after Webelos.  They are not transitioning into Scouts.  We hope that you will encourage your dens to use the Den Chief Program.  This will help not only your Cubs but also the Scouter learn leadership skills.  It’s a win- win.  Check out our Den Chief Page on our District site for more information.

Den Chief duties (pick from):  lead den in games, songs, skits;  teach skills that he knows;  help maintain order;  coach the Cubs;  stories on campouts;  coach sporting events;  basically be a “big” brother to the Cubs.

To find a scout troop that your Webelos can join after they graduate from Cubs go to