Knox Trail Council BSA Newsroom - Profile and News Archive
The Knox Trail Council was established in 1996 and is the result of a consolidation of Scouting programing that has served Greater Metrowest for nearly a century.
The Council’s name is derived from the name of the path that was used by General Henry Knox in the spring of 1776 to bring a train of artillery, captured at Fort Ticonderoga, NY to General George Washington in Boston, MA during the Revolutionary War. This trail passes through the Council’s footprint and is even preserved in its original state within one of our camping facilities.
Today, our Council serves thousands of youth and is managing two excellent camping properties: the Nobscot Scout Reservation in Framingham/Subury, MA and the Robsham Scout Reservation in Bolton, MA. Combined, they constitute over 800 acres of beautiful forested land and open space, making each one into a true ‘Urban Oasis’.
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Learn more online at: http://www.ktc-bsa.org/