Come & Join Summitt’s Pack 90 Cub Scouts for some water gun fun!
Simply bring your towel, water guns, & sunscreen!

All Welcome - Boys & Girls going into Kindergarten to 5th Grade!

Sat, June 11th at 4-6pm

It will be a great time & a great time to learn more about scouting!

Facebook Link here

Questions? Email austinpack90 (at)

Our End of the Year Pack Meeting will be Thurs, May 26, 6:30pm at the basketball court at Summitt.

We hope you can join us as we celebrate a great year of scouting and advance our Wolves and Bears to their next rank and enjoy each other's company!

Please also consider signing up to bring an item below to the gathering, simply click on the link here!

Pack 90 will bring enough delicious brisket!

See you Thursday, May 26 at 6:30pm.

Step outside Sunday night and you'll be able to catch a glimpse of the total lunar eclipse. Late in the evening, the full moon is slated to pass directly into Earth's shadow cast by the sun, illuminating the moon a brilliant red. According to NASA, the moon will begin to enter Earth's shadow – also known as the umbra – around 10:30 p.m. ET on Sunday. Totality – or the period when the moon is fully immersed in Earth's shadow – will begin at about 11:30 p.m. ET and last for roughly an hour and a half. The eclipse ends just before 2 a.m. ET Monday morning. As it is a lunar eclipse, it is safe to view with the naked eye.

Have fun!

Looking forward to seeing you all tonight at 6:30pm at Summitt Elementary - Thurs, April 28 for our Pack Meeting!

Please make sure to be in uniform if possible, especially our Advancing Scouts: The Lions, Tigers and Webelos!!

And don't forget to bring some canned food for our Food Drive. Each Den will compete for the top number collected!

It's our last campout of the school year!  Come enjoy a weekend full of amazing views, hikes, good food, friends, and campfires with Pack 90.

When:  Saturday, April 23 (check-in starts at 2pm) to Sunday, April 24th approximately 10am

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

Come join us as we work to make Summitt more inviting to our native pollinators.

We will be working on cleaning up some of the dead limbs and debris from the winter freeze. We will also be planting new native plants in the new pollinator space near the portables.

Please bring garden tools for planting, trimming shrubs and plants, as well as gloves, and water. And don't forget your sunscreen and hat.

If anyone is willing to assist during the plant buying and transporting please reach out to Mary Ann Thomas at 944-7580. We will be buying lots of plants so a truck or two would be very helpful, planning on doing some shopping trips March 25th and March 30th.

Congrats to Tytus Carroll, Jasper Christmas and Elliot Levine for becoming Arrows of Light!

Thanks to Ian Carroll for helping get these great kids to the finish line!

Thanks to Troop 421, Mr Ben, and Mr Yancy for the delicious dinner, clean-up and welcoming our Arrow of Lights!

Thanks to Billy Riggs, our wonderful magician!

Thanks to all the wonderful volunteers during the evening who helped prepare, set-up, manage and clean-up after the event!

Thanks to United Covenant Methodist Church for graciously allowing us to use their space!

Thanks to Aviator Pizza for donating the Cake Contest prizes!

Please add your pictures here if you have any. You can also view pictures by clicking here

We had such a great time at our Pack 90 Pinewood Derby 2022! Thanks to all the volunteers and participants!

Here are the results for this year:

Overall Results

PlaceRacerAvg. TimeAvg. MPH
1 Oliver Hulse 2.5480194.00
2 Logan Thai 2.5575193.28
3 Kingsley Wong 2.5623192.92
4 Jasper Christmas 2.5957190.43
5 Landon Thai 2.6122189.23

Lions Results

PlaceRacerAvg. TimeAvg. MPH
1Landon Thai 2.6064189.66
2Paxton Wong2.6216188.56
3Chase Ladolcetta2.7081182.53

Tigers Results

PlaceRacerAvg. TimeAvg. MPH
1Oliver Hulse2.5415189.66
2Sam Davis2.5870191.08
3Arthur Simister2.6138189.12

Wolves Results

PlaceRacerAvg. TimeAvg. MPH
1Logan Thai2.5490193.93
2Naithik Kollu2.5775191.78
3Ryan Wong2.5797191.61

Webelos I and II Results

PlaceRacerAvg. TimeAvg. MPH
1Jasper Christmas2.5430194.38
2Charlotte Sutherland2.5585193.21
3Max Davis2.5663192.62

Bears Results

PlaceRacerAvg. TimeAvg. MPH
1Kingsley Wong2.5558193.41
2Tucker Winslow2.5697192.36
3Maxwell Bledsoe2.5893190.91

Siblings Results

PlaceRacerAvg. TimeAvg. MPH
1William Davis2.6095189.43
2Alan Wong2.7995176.57
3Ada Bradley2.8268174.87

It's time to celebrate the birthday (February 8, 1910) of scouting and the pack’s anniversary (1965) We want to thank everyone involved in making Scouting possible for members of Pack 90.

Please come and join us for our annual Blue and Gold celebration.   We will have a dinner, advancement awards,  fun activities, and the annual Akela/Scout cake bake competition.

We will also have a very special guest world-class comedy magician, Billy Riggs, that will put on a show that you will not forget.

The Cake Decorating Contest theme will be "The Great Outdoors". Simply bring your decorated dessert (cake, cupcakes, jello, cookies, you name it) to the event and we will add it to the contest and then serve it to those that attend after! Prizes will be given for a variety of categories.

Date: Thursday February 24th

Time: 6pm doors open, Dinner to start at 6:15pm, show at 6:45pm

Location: Covenant United Methodist Church located at 4410 Duval Rd.

Dinner Menu: Texas BBQ


    Scouts = Free,
    Adults = $10,
    Kids (5-12) = $5,
    Kids (under 5) = Free

Please RSVP HERE as soon as possible.

The earlier you can sign up and let us know if you are coming, the better we can plan for food. NOTE: If you choose not to signup online, please let your Den Leader know ASAP stating how many people will be in your party.

Scouts BSA Troop 8787 invites Scouts of all ages to its 5th annual Spring-O orienteering challenge. The event takes place March 19, 2022, at Lost Pines Scout Reservation, Cub World, Bastrop TX. 

We would like to gather all of our interested scouts for this event!

If you are interested in joining us RSVP here as soon as possible. To get the early rate of $12 you must register before 3/4/2022. After the price goes to $16.

Some great resources of info about the event: 
One Page Cliff Notes
More Intensive Participant Guide


Adult Non-Participating:  $0 (if you don't want a badge or map)

For those that want to participate and get a badge and map:

Youth: $12 early before 3/5 ($16 regular on/after 3/5)

Adult:  $12 early before 3/5 ($16 regular on/after 3/5)

6 and under:  no charge


$3 for CAC Members, $5 others


YM & YL - $12

Adult - $15

Ladies Adult - $15


  • Austin Orienteering Club registration needs to bring the AOC Waiver  here.
  • MED FORMS: If you add camping to your registration with us, you must bring Med forms A&B to check-in.


  • The event is Saturday Mar 19, 2022.  
  • The MAIN EVENT is the 10:30am Point-to-Point Orienteering race (staggered start times)
  • Lost Pines Scout Reservation, 785 FM1441, Bastrop, TX 78602

Fri Mar 18, 2022:  Campers can check in between 6-9pm

Sat Mar 19, 2022:

Participants are free to leave at any time, however if you started a course you must check in at the finish area to let us know you are leaving and not lost.  

8:00am – 10:30am      Check-in at Building A (get your event patch, punch card, and start-time)

9:00am – 10:30am      BSA Scout Merit Badge Clinic Part 1; Eagle Quest area

10:00am – 10:20am    Beginner Instruction

10:30am                         1st Start-time; please be at the start area 10 minutes before your time

2:00pm                           Award Presentation, Courses Closed, All Orienteers should be checked in to FINISH or HQ by 2:00pm

2:30pm – 3:00pm        BSA Scout Merit Badge Clinic Part 2; Eagle Quest area

3:00pm – 4:00pm        Score-O Orienteering, Building A

             Dinner on your own, please come prepared if you are sticking around.

7:45pm Night-O check-in at Log Cabin (instruction, receive map and punch card)
8:00pm – 8:45pm                Night-O mass start, be at the start area 15min prior to start to sign in and get a map

 Sunday:  If you are staying over night and wish to do a service project Sun morning, please ask @ check-in


WarmUp course: during check-in you will receive a map of the immediate area. To help you get familiar with orienteering, you can walk a short warmup course with 8 control points. It is not timed/scored so you can start at any time and get familiar with orienteering.   Each point will have an orienteering symbol, when you find it, write down what that symbol represents (your welcome packet will include a symbol list).

Point-to-Point Courses (the main event)

There are four courses that you can choose from:

  • White: Easiest — for beginners, especially families with young children. Length: 2-3 km
  • Yellow: Easy — for experienced beginners, e.g. adults or teens with outdoor experience. Length: 3-5 km
  • Orange: Intermediate — a mix of easy and more challenging control points. Length: 4.5-7 km
  • Green: Advanced, medium length — difficult navigation, moderate physical challenge. Length: 4-7 km

Score-O: After awards there is a short Score-O event where scouts have a limited time to find as many points as they can before the clock runs out.

Night-OAfter sunset, there is a Score event where scouts use flashlights to help them find as many of the reflective markers before the time runs out.  High score within the limited time wins!

Getting Ready

What to bring:  pen/pencil, pants, poncho, water, sunscreen, a whistle, a snack, watch, compass (helpful, but not necessarily needed for beginner courses) first aid kit.  Flashlight is a must-have for the Night-O.

If you are participating in the Merit Badge Class, please bring a compass.

Don’t forget lunch and dinner if you are hanging out for all of the activities or camping out. 

For more information about the event and registration, visit their website at: