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Boy & Girl Scout Tours at Festival Park

Roanoke Island Festival Park is proud to be a community partner of the Boy Scouts of America Tidewater Council and the Girl Scouts of the USA Council of the Colonial Coast. We offer hands-on activities and programs suitable for scouts and their parents including a new overnight program that fully immerses participants into the 16th century as newly arrived colonists on Roanoke Island.

Groups of 10 or more are eligible for a discounted group rate when their tour is booked at least one week in advance and consolidated payment is provided. If you've missed the one week booking window, please contact us directly by phone at 252-423-5200. We look forward to hosting your group at the park. 

Girl Scouts

Girl scout groups touring Roanoke Island Festival Park

The Explore Roanoke Island Festival Park Patch Program is available to all registered Girl Scouts from Daisies to Ambassadors. Girl Scouts and their leaders may self- guide Roanoke Island Festival Park and complete the Take Action component on their own.

Girl Scout Levels and their respective requirements for the Explore RIFP Patch:

  • Daisies - 1 activity from each Leadership Key
  • Brownies - 1 activity from each Leadership Key plus 1 more from any key
  • Juniors - 1 activity from each Leadership Key plus 2 more from any key
  • Cadettes - 1 activity from each Leadership Key plus 3 more from any key
  • Seniors - 1 activity from each Leadership Key plus 4 more from any key
  • Ambassadors - 1 activity from each Leadership Key plus 5 more from any key

Boy Scouts

Roanoke Island Festival Park offers a Cub Scout Activity Guide that allows Cub Scouts to complete the following Cub Scout Achievements:

Tiger Cub Scout

  • Go See It (1G)
  • Where I Live
  • Transportation

Wolf Cub Scout

  • American Indian Lore
  • Machine Power
  • Tie It Right

Bear Cub Scout

  • American Indian Life
  • What Makes America Special (3D)
  • The Past is Exciting and Important (8E)
  • Tying It All Up

Boy scouts on the Elizabeth II with sailors at Roanoke Island Festival Park


Boy scouts listen to tour guide in Adventure Museum at Roanoke Island Festival Park