While based in southern Chester County, Pennsylvania, the scouts of the 64th Brandywine enjoy state and local parks, preserves, and other outdoor spaces across several Mid-Atlantic states. The 64th is part of the Northeast Region of the Outdoor Service Guides.

The map below shows specific locations where members have camped, hiked, or otherwise adventured since inception in 2014.

Land acknowledgement

The 64th Brandywine Scout Group wishes to respectfully acknowledge that the land upon which we gather for our scouting activities is the traditional territory of both the Lenni-Lenape and the Sussquehannock peoples. We recognize our painful national history that systemically disenfranchised, damaged, and displaced indigenous communities. We strive to honor the historic caretakers of these lands and to understand and model their responsible stewardship. We affirm the aspiration of the great Lenape Chief Tamanend, that there be harmony between indigenous people and the descendants of the immigrants for “as long as the rivers and creeks flow, and the sun, moon, and stars shine.”

This page last updated on April 19, 2022 | 8:56 pm