Cub Scout Pack 75 usually completes two Pack campouts each year (fall and spring). The fall campout takes place on a weekend around the Halloween timeframe and is open to Scouts and their families. Site location is generally local. Weekend activites are structured by the Pack leadership to allow the Scouts opportunities for advancement. There is also a Halloween spooky trail created by the Webelos scouts followed by family Trick-or-Treating. The spring campout is an end-of-year activity and can be non-local. The campout is also a weekend event and can be an opportunity for scouts to work on achievements they may not be able to complete on their own. Some past locations of spring campouts are Linville Falls, NC area and the Fort Fisher, NC area.
One of the major competitions in Cub Scouting is the Pinewood Derby. Scouts design, build, and race their own wooden model cars on a racetrack to see who's the fastest for the year. Cars are also judged on design and creativity-a Scout may not have the fastest car, but he may win an award for design. Scouts are divided into their respective ranks for equal skill level. The winners of each group (race or design) have the opportunity to enter their cars in the district level race which comprises winners of other local Packs. The Pinewood Derby is held in the Feb-Mar timeframe annually.
Cub Scout Pack 75 holds a variety of service projects every year to aid our American Legion as well as community supporters. The Pack has day hiking trips available for boys at various times of the year to be outdoors and achieve distance awards. We also hold a Pack Harvest Dinner, Christmas Party, and other functions throughout the year for the Scouts and their families.