About

Fox River District is part of the Three Harbors Council, formed by a merger of Southeast Wisconsin and Milwaukee County in 2011.

Three Harbors Council is part of the Central Region. The Central Region is one of 5 that make up the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America. (Central, Southern, Western, Northeastern and Transatlantic)

BSA is part of the World Organization of the Scouting Movement, Intteramericas Region


Scouting happens locally!
At the heart of Scouting are our local volunteer leaders and commissioners. These are the people who lead Cub Scout Dens, volunteer as Boy Scout merit badge counselors and work directly with our youth. Many more volunteers support them in crucial roles helping to organize our Units. Each unit is chartered to another area organization committed to helping our youth. Many churches and service organizations make Scouting possible by chartering each and every unit.
From this page, you can visit the websites of some of the units in the Fox River District by clicking on their name.

Three Harbors Council is divided into 8 districts:

  • West of I-94 in Kenosha and Racine County is the Fox River District.
  • East of I-94 in Kenosha County is the Gateway District.
  • East of I-94 in Racine County is the Lighthouse District.
  • Milwaukee between Silver Spring and I94 and East of 60th is the Heart of Milwaukee.
  • Wauwatosa between Hampton and Oklahoma forms the Iron Horse District.
  • Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood, Whitefish Bay all make up the Polaris District.
  • Franklin, Freendale, Greenfield, Hales Corners and Oak Creek are the Root River District.
  • Bayview, St. Francis, Cudahy and South Milwaukee make up the Southshore District.

Geographically, our council is very small, yet we are very strong in numbers! Because of this excellent location, we are fortunate to be surrounded by several other very excellent councils that also help support Scouting. In the spirit of brotherhood, we link to them here.