About Us

We are excited to be one of Orange County's newest Boy Scout Troops. Founded in 2015, as an extension to Cub Pack 757.

Troop 757 in San Juan Capistrano is aligned and chartered to St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church and the associated SMES school, but is open to any boys in the community.

The troop supports the mission and vision of the Boy Scouts of America to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes, to develop leadership skills, and prepare them to become responsible, participating citizens in their communities. It is about helping boys become responsible men.

At the same time, Troop 757 is about fun, adventure, and building confidence through Scout led challenges and activities. Troop 757 Scouts go on monthly outings, including hiking the highest mountains, rafting, camping, snorkeling, backpacking, and learning valuable life lessons along the way. Over the past few years, Troop 757 has ventured to The Grand Canyon, Death Valley, Catalina Island, rafted the Kern River, Joshua Tree, and more. They also participate in dozens of new and exciting crafts and skills -- from woodcarving, to building rockets, archery, boating, and beyond.

We are excited to have you on the journey with us!

Troop 757 Council