In no way should anything on this page be taken as an endorsement by the Thunderbird District, Capitol Area Council, or Boy Scouts of America. The links on this page are only meant to provide a starting point for BSA Units looking to create a web presence. This list was put together by searching the web and in no particular order. Anyone following the links herein, or using services listed, does so at their own risk.
These providers have a “service” that lets you create a Pack or Troop website without the need for any technical skills at all.
|SOAR||http://www.soarol.com/||Annual Fee (Imports Packmaster/Troopmaster)|
|Scout Book||https://www.scoutbook.com/||Annual Fee (Tries to do everything, BSA Purchased)|
|TroopWebHost||http://www.troopwebhost.com/index.htm||Fee (All in one solution)|
|PACKweb||http://www.packwebsites.org/||Setup Fee and Annual Fee (Cub Scout Pack Only)|
|ScoutLodge||http://www.scoutlodge.com/features||Not accepting new members at this time.|
These are web hosting companies with a focus on the scouting community that provide you space to build your own unit website – technical experience required. Because they are generic hosting, they are appropriate for any type of scouting unit.
|ScoutLander.com||http://www.scoutlander.com/||“Voluntary” Paid Membership|
|Scout Web Services||http://www.scoutwebservices.com/||Fee|
|Scout Internet Hosting||http://www.scoutinternethosting.com/||Fee|
These are website templates you can use to add a BSA look and feel to a generic hosting package. These require a bit of skill.
|Scout Troop||http://www.handsomeweb.com/scouts/||Free (WordPress or plain HTML) [Used on this website]|
|Template Monster||http://www.templatemonster.com/category/boy-scout-templates/||Commercial templates for a variety of backends.|