About Boy Scout Troop 51...

107 years and counting!

Our Adventure List:

Philmont Scout Ranch - New Mexico

Otisco Lake, New York

Matagamon High Adventure Base, Maine

Lake Moraine, New York

Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Sea Base - Florida Keys

Sabattis Scout Reservation - Adirondack Mountains, NY

United States Military Academy at West Point

Saratoga Battlefield - New York

Camp Woodland - New York

Camp Kingsley - New York

Camp Barton - New York

Camp Gorton - New York

Camp Babcock Hovey - New York

Wellesley Island - Thousand Islands, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Highland Forest County Park - New York

Gettysburg National Historic Park - Pennsylvania

Council Camporee - Sandy Creek Fairgrounds, New York

Upper Hudson Gorge, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Rodney Scout Reservation, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland

Labrador Hollow & Tinkers Falls, New York

Spruce Pond • Morgan Hill • Jones Hill • Tinker’s Falls

Letchworth State Park, New York

RockVentures, Rochester, New York

Nichols Pond Park, Madison County, New York

West Canada Creek, New York

The Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve, West Virginia

Adam’s Eden Adventure Camp - New York

United States Military Academy at West Point

...and much, much more!

Sound like fun?  Don’t miss out!

Based in Fayetteville, NY, Troop 51 is the oldest Scouting unit in Longhouse Council.  In September of 2012 Troop 51 celebrated its 100th anniversary. Troop 51 is chartered by the United Methodist Church of Fayetteville. Meetings are Monday nights from 7:00 - 8:30 during the Fayetteville-Manlius school year.

We are a traditional boy led troop. We camp at least once per month, Fall and Spring in tents and in Winter in cabins. Scouts vote on which summer camp to attend and are always looking forward to our next trip or adventure.

Being an active troop we have a large group of trained leaders and parents who participate in all activities. 

Troop 51 Turns

107 Years Old!

Troop 51 is over 100 years old making it the oldest Scouting unit in all of Longhouse Council.

<--- Click Here to visit our historical photo archives dating as far back as 1914!



Thank you to Troop 51 alumni for their recent contributions towards Troop 51 gear and campership assistance!