About Us

Boy Scout Troop 75 of Bow, NH

  • Our Mission: Scouting in Troop 75 means adventure, challenge, and fun. Our goal is to help develop responsibility, good citizenship, self-reliance, and future leaders of strong character.
  • Weekly Troop Meetings: Troop 75 meets every Tuesday from 7:00-8:45 pm at Bow Community Center at 2 Knox Rd.  We follow the Bow School District calendar, if there is no school, there is no meeting!  especially concerning weather cancellations.
  • History: We have been chartered by the Bow Community Men's Club since 1957.  
  • ‘Boy-led’ means we are a troop run by boys for boys.  Our troop operates using the traditional "patrol method."  The Boy Scouts are one of the few organizations for youth where the adults are not "in charge." The boys manage most aspects of our troop operations under the guidance of our adult leaders.
  • Generally, we have 50+ boys registered. Troop 75 primarily serves the Bow Middle and High Schools, in addition to having many members from around the greater Concord area. We have scouts from Bow, Concord, Pembroke, Dunbarton, and even Bedford. 
  • Activities:
    • Monthly outdoor activities & overnights which focus on outdoor skills and fun in the outdoors. Routinely have 25-30 scouts at any given campout
    • See our calendar for upcoming events
    • Boys participate in service projects for area organizations throughout the year including hosting one of the largest community service events in the area: Bow's Scouting for Food Drive
    • Boys volunteer for many scout–led service projects
    • In late spring, Troop 75 runs a host a huge town-wide yard sale
    • Each July/ August, the troop attends summer camp at both Hidden Valley & Camp Bell Scout Camps together


We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you as a scout or an adult volunteer.

Please click on the Contact Us page to leave a message or email the Scoutmaster-Mr Weber at