Scouting is outdoor education for everyday life. Get your daughter or son prepared for life in the real world with life-saving skills, great values, and national standards of excellence.

Elected Scout youth leaders run the Troop meetings and we meet on most Wednesday nights at 7:00pm during the school year. 

You can visit us at our next Troop meeting to see how the Scouts manage themselves for fun, adventures, and achievement. 

Check our calendar to see details about when and where.


Troop 4255 and Troop 263

Troop 4255 for girls and Troop 263 for boys are Scout troops for youth ages 11–17 years old in Montara, El Granada, and Half Moon Bay.

The Scouts of both troops share an opening ceremony and activities. The girls and boys of each troop get to decide upon their own activities and fun, building skills and leadership for ever more adventurous activities.

Scouts at Camp Comer - Rappelling

Adventure for boys and girls.

The Scouts of Troop 263 and 4255 go camping, hiking, climbing, cycling, and canoeing in State and National Parks as well as at High Adventure Bases. Scouts elect their own leaders and get to decide where they want to go and what they want to do as their own group.


To learn more about Scouting in general you can go to

To learn more about Scouting in Half Moon Bay contact Tim Riley or just show up to one of our meetings on Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m.

Scouting is about building real skills that benefit your in real life. Here's what former Scouts had to say about their time spent Scouting.

say Scouting has helped the always be honest.
say it has improved their ability to work with other people.
say it has helped them be a better team player
say it helps them show understanding for those who are less fortunate.

How will having girls in Cub Scouts and Scouts BSA change the Scouting experience?

Watch and find out!