Scouting in the United States Virgin Islands
Scouting in the United States Virgin Islands has a long history, from the 1920s to the present day, serving thousands of youth in programs that suit the environment in which they live.
Boy Scouts of America 
Boy Scouting in the USVI today 
|Virgin Islands Council #410|
The Boy Scouts of America local council in the United States Virgin Islands was eponymously named Virgin Islands Council. Originally part of the Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands Council, the political entities were separated administratively in 1960.
During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Troop 152, sponsored by Saint Patrick's Church, Frederiksted, Saint Croix, formed a steel band of grammar-school-age Scouts that was managed by Vivian Bennerson. The band toured internationally.
As of 2004, the Great House in Estate Diamond, Saint Croix that served as council headquarters was deserted; possibly the destruction of Hurricane Hugo caused its abandonment. As of 2013, the council is administered by the National Capital Area Council.
|Howard M. Wall Scout Camp|
|Owner||Boy Scouts of America|
|Location||Fareham, Saint Croix, USVI|
The Howard M. Wall Scout Camp at Milord Point Beach on Route 62 at Great Pond Bay, in Fareham, on the southeast end of Saint Croix, is meant to accommodate up to 150 campers. It has a bath house (with two separated banks of showers and two rooms of latrines) and a mess hall. The Boy Scouts use the facility during two brief periods a year.
There are plans in place to construct new indoor housing and upgrade at a cost of $500,000.
Girl Scouts of the USA 
See also 
- Scouting and Guiding in the British Virgin Islands
- Boy Scouts of America Puerto Rico Council