Frontier District

The Frontier District delivers Scouting programs that develop character, citizenship, fitness and leadership skills to youth in the Cheyenne, Hillsdale, Pine Bluffs, Burns, Guernsey and Wheatland areas.

March in the Frontier Days Parades

Photo: Frontier District Scouts who marched the 1st parade.
First Parade contingent

It is that time of year again – Cheyenne Frontier Days.  Each year the scouts of Frontier District are invited to walk in the first parade.  This year our entry number is 87.  Our meeting point is at 23rd St and Central (east side of the Supreme Court Building).   The parade starts promptly at 9 am – we need to be at our gathering location no later than 8:30.

Please let your parents know that all ages of scouts are welcome and they (the parents) are not required to walk – but are of course welcome to do so.  The scouts need to make sure that they are in complete class A uniforms – including a hat if they have one, good walking shoes and a water bottle.

If you have any questions please contact Bobbi at

Your point of contact on the day of the parade will be Jean Pate. She is going to be bring a banner – units are welcome to bring their flags if they would like.

Frontier District 2017 Fall Kickoff

Roundtable, District Committee and Commissioners meetings resume with a kickoff BBQ picnic at 7:00pm at the picnic shelter of the LDS Church at 7721 Badger Road off of Four Mile Road.

Frontier District Facebook Page

Scouting Information

For more information about Scouting in the Frontier District, please contact: Carey Anson – District Director by email at

Drop off site

When you have applications, advancement forms, FOS, and or other types of information that needs to get to our Council Service Center you may drop it off at 204 E. 22nd Street in Cheyenne. As always you may continue to bring your paperwork to roundtables and district meetings.

Camp Reservations and Reporting

We would like to know when and where you are camping on a monthly basis. This information helps your district committee determine where to put resources. Click here to submit a camping report, it only takes a minute To reserve a campsite in Longs Peak Council

We want you!

We are always in need of willing, energetic, fun-loving, Registered Scouters to help staff the various training events and other activities throughout the year. Whether you are interested in helping once for a single event or joining the staff for training or any number of annual events, we would like to hear from you.

  • To help with Adult Leader Training please contact Jody Stecklein
  • To help with Cub Scout Day Camp, please contact Bobby Asbury
  • To help with Spring Camporee, please contact Donny Wagner
  • To find out what other events you might be able to help support contact Carey Anson