Coyote Creek

Coyote Creek District serves the City of Milpitas south into East San Jose in the communities of Alum Rock, Berryessa, Evergreen, Silver Creek, west to Monterrey Highway including a good portion of downtown San Jose, including the neighborhoods of Naglee Park and Japan town.

Coyote Creek District has over 100 Scouting units with 2,500 plus members.

If you live in any of the areas mentioned in Coyote Creek and you would like to get information on joining a Cub Scout pack or Boy Scout troop please contact District Executive, Henry Willauer, 408.638.8372 or

District Activities


Coyote Creek District Camporee – SAFARI 2016

April 22-24, 2016

Chesebrough Scout Reservation

Join us for an exciting Safari adventure! Scout games include:
Coconut Kong, Talking Drums, Crocodile Crossing, and so many more!

SAFARI 2016 – Camporee Information Sheet


SAFARI 2016 – RSVP Form

[Download PDF Form]

No fees are required to pre-register. Please pre-register as soon as possible with your best estimate of attendance.
This will help the staff to plan a successful event. Respond before March 11 to earn maximum Top Dog Award points.

SAFARI 2016 – UNIT Registration

[Register Online]

[Download PDF Form]

Register by April 1 for reduced pricing.

SAFARI 2016 – STAFF Registration

[Register Online]

[Download PDF Form]

For adult staff and OA crew not registered with a unit.

Note: PDF forms should be downloaded to a laptop or desktop computer and be completed using Acrobat Reader (ver. X or later).
Print, Save, Submit Form, and form calculation features may not be supported on mobile devices.

District Resources

District Newsletter Sign up – email and include your name, position and unit.

District Roundtable –  join us at our monthly Roundtable meeting, the second Thursday of every month. Give us an hour and a half and we will save you much more than that each month planning den meetings, pack meetings and more! For more information, please visit our Roundtable information page.

Vietnamese Committee on Scouting (VCS)

For more information on our Council’s Vietnamese Committee on Scouting, please click here: 

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