One of the coolest places we visit! Don't miss this one! It is worth the drive! Come enjoy a weekend full of amazing views, hikes, good food, friends, and campfires with Pack 90.

When:  Saturday, April 29 (check-in starts at 2pm) to Sunday, April 30th approximately 10am

NOTE: We also have the campsites reserved on Friday, April 28 with a 2pm Check-in time. However Cub Scout groups can only camp for 24 hours so this night will not be an official Pack 90 event though you, your family and your scout are welcome.

Where:  Enchanted Rock State Park, 16710 Ranch Rd. 965 Fredericksburg, TX 78624 - (approx. 1hr 50min drive)

Cost:  $10 per person (5 and under are free) plus Park Entry Fee & Vehicle Fee detailed below.

Who can go:  Scouts of all ranks accompanied by a parent or designated guardian and their families.

Register here. Sign up will close Tues. April 8 @ 8:00 pm. After you register we will email you a link with payment and medical forms needed.

In addition to our Camping Fees to cover food and site reservations, when you arrive at the State Park you will also be required to pay a $5 vehicle fee and an $8 entry fee per adult per day (two days). Kids 12 and under are free.

They recommend that you arrive before 4:30pm on the arrival day to catch them before the office closes.

Important Notes

  • The $10 campout fee for Youth and Adults campers covers the cost of food (dinner and breakfast) and our campsites. In addition, all adults (13 and older) must either pay a $7 entrance fee when entering the Enchanted Rock state park or show an annual pass if you have one. More information about the entrance fees can be found here: Again, the entrance fee to the park IS NOT included in the campout fee, so be prepared to pay that upon entering the park. And each vehicle will be a $5 fee as well.

General Campout Notes

  • All campers must have a completed medical form (Parts A & B only) before they will be allowed on the campout. Please email or give your completed forms to austinpack90<a>
  • All adults (18yrs old and older) attending the campout must take Youth Protection Training or have proof of current Youth Protection Training. Once you have taken the training either email or print you certificate and give to austinpack90<a> The Youth Protection Training should only take about 25 minutes to complete.
  • Leave your electronics at home! Scouts and youth guests are not permitted to bring electronics on camping trips. Adults please be mindful of your use of electronics, these campouts are for youth and adults to interact with one another and share in the camaraderie of others.
  • We practice "green dining" so please bring your own cup, plate, bowl, and utensils

cub scout camping checklist

Required medical form

Link to required youth protection training

At Bryker Woods Elementary, Shoal Creek trail is about 3.3 miles to the Central Library.

There is plenty of parking at the school and the trail is shaded much of the way. We do pass Pease Park which will be sticky with the kids likely wanting to play. There are nice bathrooms and water if needed there too. 

There are 2 spots that put us next to the road, but not on it or in peril.  One, where the trail is washed out and we have to go around but there is a wide sidewalk and the trail picks up fairly quickly after that. The other; at 31st St we have a dedicated lane and then we drop back onto the trail behind the Renner Project. 

We are along Shoal Creek the whole time. Plenty of opportunity to grab some trash if that's okay. There are a few unhoused people who tend to keep to themselves and I didn't see any encampments.  The recent storm may have been a factor in that. 

The trail has natural springs and follows the Balcones fault line. There are plenty of birds to try to identify. We will pass the area where a father and son discovered a plesiosaur.  There are Comanche bent tree trail and spring markers as well as a city marker that shows a "natural" water retention area that was engineered and could be interesting for our future civil engineers.

The Return: Bus route 5 to Northcross is direct to Lamar and 34th and an easy walk back to our vehicles. This is probably the most difficult section since we will have to walk up off the creek along the streets and it's in a day drinking area. LOL. all other buses require transfers and take double the time. Bus fare is $1.5 and it's a day pass so can be used for 24 hours. Students ride free.

Thanks to our outstanding popcorn season our Scouts earned a number of items and one was a FREE STEM Flight Program with iFLY. Check your email for details on how to sign up for the fun!

Join us for a Pack 90 Camp-out at John Knox Ranch. It will be a great opportunity to spend quality time with your scout, enjoy the great outdoors, and join in the fellowship of the pack. All Scouts and Family are Welcome! 

Where: John Knox Ranch, 1661 John Knox Rd, Fischer, TX 78623 (approx. 1hr 10min drive)
When: Saturday, March 4th, 3pm - Sunday, March 5th, 12noon
Cost: $10 per person (children 5 and under are free)

Sign up here ASAP.  Sign up will close Sun Feb 26 @ 8:00 pm. 
*After you complete the form below, we will email you a link with payment and if medical forms needed.

Our Camping Fees cover food and site reservations. 

This location offers Hayrides at $5 per person.

Check out:

Important Information

Also see below for a list of things you need to know. The second part pertains to weekend camping.

Please be aware that all vehicles must remain in the parking lot and that you may bring wagons or carts to help move gear to campsites.Close-toed shoes are required in camp.
cub scout camping checklist

Items Required for the Camp-out:

Required medical form to be completed for each family member attending

Link to required youth protection training to be completed by all adults attending

If anyone would like to take a more active role in planning this camp-out, our wonderful Pack 90 Camping Committee - email Mary Ann.

Please come and join us for our annual Blue and Gold celebration.  

Link to RSVP:

We will have a dinner, history of scouting presentation, advancement awards, and the annual Akela/Scout cake bake competition.  Cake Theme is: “Your Favorite thing about STEM” Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics.

Thursday February 23rd
5:45pm: Doors open

6pm: Dinner starts

6:30pm: Cake Deadline

Covenant United Methodist Church located at 4410 Duval Rd.

Dinner Menu: Texas BBQ

Entry is FREE this year Thanks to our successful Popcorn Sales but so we can plan for the right amount of food please RSVP accurately and let us know if anything changes. Thanks!

Deadline to RSVP is: Sunday, Feb 19 at 7pm.

Link to RSVP:

The Annual Pack 90 Pinewood derby is almost here!  If you haven’t finished your car, time is running short and no one wants to be left out of this fast, fun, and action packed race.

On your mark…. Get set…. Go! Go! Go!

Date: Saturday, January 21st, 2023
Location: Summitt Elementary Cafeteria
Car Check-in Time: 9am
Race Time: 10am
All car must be checked in prior to the 10am start.


  • We will be following the standard cub scout pinewood derby rules for car specifications. Pinewood Derby Rules
  • Race divisions will be by rank with each car racing four times.
  • First place winners from each rank will compete in the overall Grand Championship race.
  • Prizes will also be given for other than the fastest!

There will be prizes for a few Non-Race Categories:

Best Paint Job

Most Unique Use of Weights

Most Creative Design

Most Fuel Efficient

Cubmaster's Choice

Derby Goals

Cub Scout: To have the most fun possible designing, building & racing his own custom Pinewood Derby Racecar.
Parent: To spend some “Quality Time” guiding and assisting your Cub Scout in building the car.

If you have any questions or need equipment to create your car, reach out to your Den Leader or contact (austinpack90 @

We are excited for our upcoming Rocket Launching Party! Courtesy of everyone's popcorn selling efforts! Way to go!
Join us on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 11amSummitt Elementary Soccer Field


The pack will supply:
> PRIOR to event: 1 Rocket to each scout (reach out to austinpack90 (at) to get one, if you haven't already)

> Pizza & Juice

> Launch Pads, wadding, fuses, etc - everything to launch your PRE-assembled rockets

** If a sibling or adult wants one, they can buy them from us at cost. ($10).

This event is a Webelo elective and a portion of the NOVA award for some of the other Dens.

Click Here to see Videos on how to build the rockets:
Orange Ones (1751)

Red / Blue Ones (1756)

Please come and join your fellow scouts for an overnight on the high seas adventure on the USS Lexington.

The overnight stay includes tours of the ship, dinner, breakfast, a movie in the MEGA Theater, bunking in original crew quarters, and an unforgettable flag ceremony.  
Deadline to Sign-up is December 10, 2022. (Though we can always try and add closer to the date but spots might fill.

  • What:  USS Lexington Ship Trip
  • When: February 11, 2023 
  • Time: TBD (between 12noon to 2pm) everyone must arrive at the same time
  • Where: The USS Lexington rests in Corpus Christi Bay, just across the ship channel from downtown Corpus Christi.  2914 N. Shoreline Blvd.  Corpus Christi, Texas 78402  (approx. 3 hours and 27 minutes)   Map and Directions
  • Cost: $75 per camper (This entire fee goes to the USS Lexington Admin). This cost includes a ticket to the museum the next day.

>Participants must be at least 5 years of age. 

>Sleeping Quarters are arranged by Gender. There will be NO exceptions.  So Dads should come with Boys and Moms should come with Girls.

>Camping slots are limited so RSVP soon.


What To Bring: Each person must bring a pillow, sleeping bag, toiletries, towel and flashlight. Insect repellant is advisable. Campers are expected to carry sleeping bags and other gear on board (might have to carry up and down stairs/ladders to sleeping area). Lockers are available in berthing compartments. Each camper should bring a lock to secure his or her valuables and personal belongings Cameras, video cameras and cell phones are allowed; however, There are a few electrical outlets in berthing areas and more are available in the lounge and gameroom. No carry-on food or drink of any kind will be allowed onboard. All campers are assigned specific berthing compartments and must respect the privacy of other campers. Restroom facilities (heads) include showers. Most berthing compartments are climate controlled; however, when all such areas have been filled, campers may be assigned areas having ventilation only. Groups will be required to share berthing areas to accommodate males and females separately. Male and female berthing areas are separate. Parents if you are visiting with opposite sex children you will need to pack separate bags. In addition, LEX can hold more than one group at a time and groups may participate in activities together.Additional Information

Completed Medical Forms (Part A & B) & Youth Protection Training are needed before attending the event. Contact: 512-636-9176 with any questions regarding this trip

*After you complete the form below, we will email you a link with payment and medical forms needed.

Dallas Cowboys Sleepover is a new one we are trying this year!

Where: ATT Stadium, 1 AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011 (approx. 2 hrs & 50 minutes from North Austin)
When: Fri, Nov 4th at 6pm - Sat, Nov 5th at 8am
Cost: $60 per person

Sign up HERE for the Sleepover, if you did NOT already sign up directly with them.

Important Dallas Cowboy Sleepover Information

As a pack, we have never attended this sleepover before, so we do not have much knowledge of it but we do know the below:

We have been told the only locations in the stadium that we will be allowed into is the stands during the movie and then the field. Please note, while they picture other pieces of the stadium those are not available for viewing. 

Check in is on Friday, Nov 4th at 6pm and Check out is on Sat, Nov. 5th at 8am.

Our best guess is it might be like NASA where it will not be very dark inside during the night so make sure and bring an eye mask if that is a concern.

You can bring simple sleeping bags or a tent, but the tents can NOT be staked.

cub scout camping checklist

Required medical form

Link to required youth protection training

The Cub Scouts will be doing their annual trash pick up after Eagle fest on October 23 at 9 AM and we am hope some parents can help with the other parts of the Beautification day. 

We are planning to weed and plant two of the flower beds; one up front near the fire lane and one in the back near the portables. We're also hoping to trim up some of the bushes and trees if possible.

Let's get the school clean and spruced up for the rest of the Fall! If you can please plan to attend with garden tools, gloves, water to drink, wear closed toed shoes and sunscreen/hat.