Boy Scout Troop 183 of Noblesville, Indiana

Boy Scout Troop 183 is a proud part of the Noblesville, Indiana community, where it has been since its founding in January 1983.  Our troop meets at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 444 S. Harbour Drive, Noblesville, IN 46062.

The troop is committed to provide a traditional Boy Scout program to all boys.  All are welcome to visit and join the troop.

Boy Scouts in Troop 183 range in age from 11 to 16 years.  Our Boy Scouts are from the Noblesville area and attend public school, private school, and home school.  Some of our scouts participate in recreational and competitive sports as well as music and the arts, in addition to Scouting. 

Troop 183 meets on Monday evenings from 7:00-8:30PM at St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Noblesville, except for national and school holidays.  Please contact our Scoutmaster Grumpy for details or to arrange a visit.  And don't forget to ask how he got that name!

Email Scoutmaster Grumpy (Mike Wyatt) at


This is a closed website available only to members of Noblesville Boy Scout Troop 183. However, families or Scouts who are interested in joining Troop 183 may receive a temporary username and password. To contact us send a message using the "Contact Us" form in the menu on the left side of this page or by emailing our Scoutmaster. His contact information is above.

This website is designed to provide the Scouts and Families of Noblesville Boy Scout Troop 183 with:

  • Information about our troop meetings, campouts and activities
  • Rank advancement information
  • Troop calendar
  • Online registration and payment of fees
  • Useful files and documents to assist grubmasters and Patrol Leaders

This site is the personal website of Noblesville Boy Scout Troop 183 and is reflective only of our personal views, thoughts, and opinions. This site does not have the endorsement of the Boy Scouts of America, and it is not an official communication channel of the Boy Scouts of America.

If you have any questions, please email our Troop Webmaster, email

Capture the Flag Campout - Camp K Nov8-10

Posted on Oct 30 2013 - 11:44pm

Come join in on an all-day Capture the Flag game at Camp K!  This is always a blast!

We are also working with Ranger Todd to try to find a service project around camp to help out.

Firecrafter Fall Frenzy 2013 - September 27-29

Posted on Sep 15 2013 - 10:49pm
Come one, come all, to the 9th Firecrafter Fall Frenzy: The Fellowship of the Fire.  This is a TROOP activity - all scouts are invited.  You do not have to be a Firecrafter to come have a great time!!!

White River Cleanup & Campout

Posted on Sep 8 2013 - 10:44pm

For those of you new to Scouts or Troop 183, this is one of the community service projects that the Troop will participate in throughout the year. I am sure most of you are familiar with the White River Cleanup efforts that have been taking place over the past years. This annual event has been taking place for more than 15 years. By having the Scouts participate, it will reinforce to them that it is important to give back to their communities. Hopefully these values will stay part of them as they become our future leaders and men within the community. 

Everyone is invited to camp at White River Campground Friday night (9/13).  After breakfast, we will all travel to our assigned cleanup location (details to follow) and start working.  The Troop will be assigned an area to clean that will take about 3-5 hours to complete.  Be prepared with shoes and clothes that can get dirty and wet.  Bring bug spray and a full water bottle!

Troop 183 Summer Court of Honor - Aug. 3

Posted on Aug 1 2013 - 12:16am

Our summer Court of Honor is Saturday August 3 at St. Michaels.  We will start with a cookout and pitch-in, followed by recognition of all our scouts' achievements this summer, including 40 merit badges from summer camp.

Sugar Creek Canoe Trip - July 26-28

Posted on Jul 9 2013 - 9:14am

Our July camp out is in Marshall, IN at Sugar Valley and includes a day trip canoeing on Sugar Creek!  Should be a great time for all, whether you are canoeing or hanging out in the campsite.  Cost is $41 per person and includes food, camping, and canoe rental.  If you would rather solo in a kayak, cost is $46.  Kayak proficiency is required!   All participants on the water MUST have passed the BSA Swim Test.  For questions, contact Mr. Martin.

Congratulations New Firecrafters!

Posted on Jul 9 2013 - 9:14am

Congratulations to Ben E., Jason Bailey, and Tom Tarzwell for completing their candidacy and becoming new Brother Firecrafters at Mid-Summer Ritual!

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