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Geography

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is the national organization that oversees Scouting activities throughout the country. The BSA is separated into four regions — Western, Central, Southern and Northeast. The organization is organized in descending order according to councils, districts and units. Think of the organization like a map of the U.S. The country represents the national BSA. The states are the councils, the cities or counties are the districts and specific neighborhoods represent specific units.

The Gulf Stream Council Boy Scouts serves a seven county area including Palm Beach, Martin, St Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, Glades and Hendry counties in southeast Florida.

The following map highlights the counties that we serve, click on the map to go to the district in your area:

Gulf Stream Council Districts Indian River District Treasure Coast District Sailfish District Lighthouse District Everglades District Big Lake District Indian River District Big Lake District Treasure Coast District Sailfish District Lighthouse District Everglades District

Indian River
Serving all of Indian River County.

Lighthouse
Serving North Palm Beach County, from Southern Blvd. north to the county line.

Big Lake
Serving Glades, Hendry and Okeechobee Counties.

Everglades
Serving Palm Beach County, from Southern Blvd in West Palm Beach, south to
Boca Raton.

Sailfish
Serving all of Martin County.

Treasure Coast
Serving all of St. Lucie County.