Serving the Boy Scouts of America in the following north San Diego County communities:
Borrego Springs Escondido Julian Pala Pauma Valley Ramona Ranchita Santa Ysabel Valley Center Warner Springs
If you have a youth that you would like to get into Scouting and need to find the closest Scout unit, or just want information about the district, contact the District "Key 3" .
The 20 August Roundtable will be at a different location - Moose Lodge #1874 located at 25721 Jesmond Dene Road, Escondido. San Pasqual Union Elementary School is unavailable as they prepare to open for the upcoming school year.
Beginning 1 September, the Palomar Mountain District will be merging with the Buena Creek Dsitrict, which serves San Marcos and Vista. The district will have a new name to be selected by the Charter Organization Reps, a new District Committee and an updated Commissioner staff. You can visualize the merged area by viewing the council District Map.
The Palomar Mountain District has a Uniform and Equipment Exchange. For sale, at a nominal fee, are gently used uniforms and working equipment. Items to be added to our inventory are always welcomed. Drop off those uniforms that your son, or Venturing daughter, no longer wear. Maybe you have some working camping equipment just taking up space in your garage; we'll gladly take it off your hands so that you can make room for some new, cool stuff. Contact Brad Baker at his office (Baker Orthodontics - 760.743.2295) to inquire about needed items, or for drop off information.
Looking for an Eagle project idea? Check out the Community Forum page.
All events are available on the Calendar page, including links to council events. Check it out.
The Community Forum is a mechanism for the public and Scouting communities within the Palomar Mountain District to share ideas to expand Scouting into the public community and civic activities into the Scouting community. Latest news.
The Palomar Mountain District and the San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park have collaborated to offer Scouts of all ages the opportunity to earn a very unique and historic patch. Simply visit the State Historic Park, watch an informative historic video, answer a few questions, take a brief hike and submit an application (and small fee) to one of the volunteers at the visitor's center and the collectable patch is yours. NOTE: There is a limited supply of the current patch design remaining, so it is destined to become even more collectable. Get yours while supplies last. Once they are gone, they will be replaced by an entirely new patch design. Learn more.
Did you know that the Palomar Mountain District website is mobile device friendly? Launch your browser app on your mobile device and visit palomarmountain.sdicbsa.org. Enjoy the same experience regardless of the device that you use - desktop, laptop, tablet, phablet or smart phone. The website will adapt to your screen size.