Scouting and Guiding in Montana
Scouting in Montana has a long history, from the 1910s to the present day, serving thousands of youth in programs that suit the environment in which they live.
Early history (1910-1950)
By 1918, unofficial Wolf Cub packs appeared in Butte, Montana.
Recent history (1950-1990)
Boy Scouting in Montana
There are two Boy Scouts of America local councils in Montana. All of Montana lies within Western Region, except for Daniels and Sheridan counties, as part of Central Region.
Girl Scouting in Montana
There are two Girl Scout council offices in Montana.
Girl Scouts of Big Sky Council, Incorporated Great Falls, Montana http://www.bigskygirlscouts.org
Girl Scouts Treasure Trails Council Billings, Montana http://www.montanagirlscouts.org
Scouting by County
Beaverhead / Big Horn / Blaine / Broadwater / Carbon / Carter / Cascade / Chouteau / Custer / Daniels / Dawson / Dear Lodge / Fallon / Fergus / Flathead / Gallatin / Garfield / Glacier / Golden Valley / Granite / Hill / Jefferson / Judith Basin / Lake / Lewis and Clark / Liberty / Lincoln / McCone / Madison / Meagher / Mineral / Missoula / Musselshell / Park / Petroleum / Phillips / Pondera / Powder Basin / Powell / Prairie / Ravalli / Richland / Roosevelt / Rosebud / Sanders / Sheridan / Silver Bow / Stillwater / Sweet Grass / Teton / Toole / Treasure / Valley / Wheatland / Wibaux / Yellowstone /