It’s just about time for our annual Mother & Son campout. This is an excellent opportunity to spend quality time with your scout, enjoy the great outdoors, and join in the fellowship of the pack.

 

Where:  Lazy L&L Campground in New Braunfels  http://www.lazylandl.com/campground-map.php
When: Saturday, April 25th 2pm  until  Sunday, April 26th noon
Cost: $15 per person – signup now in the pack store.

 

Directions (DO NOT USE YOUR PHONE)
  • IH35 South to exit #191 (Canyon Lake / FM 306 exit)
  • Turn right on FM 306 then drive 12 miles.
  • Turn left on FM 2673 then drive 2 miles
  • Turn left at the traffic light onto River Road then drive 2.5 miles  (cross the river once at the 4th crossing)
  • the campground will be on the right
Info:
Lazy L&L Campground in New Braunfels on the banks of the Guadalupe River. We won’t be able to do any tubing or boating. Scouting rules prohibit us from taking cub scouts on boats. Sorry, everyone.
If anyone wants to fish, you should have the opportunity to do that. Please remember that any child under 17 can fish without a fishing license, but any moms that want to fish need to have a license.  If anyone needs camping gear, please contact Amy Woodall so we can find what you need.

 

Campout Notes

  • All campers must have a completed medical form (Parts A & B only) before they will be allowed on the campout. Please email your completed forms to Alan Hutcheson.
  • 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 to ALan Hutcheson or Darren Hampton. THe Youth Protection Training should only take about 25 minutes to complete.

If you completed these forms for the last Family Campout, you do not have to fill them out again. We only need these forms from folks who did not attend the Family Campout.

  • 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

nasa_logoWe will be going to NASA on Saturday, February 28, 2014, for a one night sleep over.     This trip is for Bears and Webelos only.

Signup is closed.

When: Saturday February 28, 2015
Time: Check-in at 5pm, Program starts promptly at 6pm (dinner and breakfast on Sunday provided).
Where: Space Center Houston / 1601 NASA Parkway/ Houston, TX 77058

Here is a link to NASA’s page about the camp-ins:

http://spacecenter.org/education-programs/scout-camp-ins/campin-faq-and-tips/.

  • The Webelos will complete the essential components of the Scientist Badge as they design a protective spacesuit for a shuttle astronaut, discover the effects of air pressure, and conduct activities involving Bernoulli’s Principle and Pascal’s law.
  • The Bears will complete Space Arrow Points as they discover the planets in our Solar System, make a star wheel chart, build and launch a basic rocket, and learn about the constellations in the night sky in our planetarium!!!

We have plenty of slots reserved, but we need to confirm how many scouts are going and pay by 12:00 noon Wednesday January 14This is a hard deadline, please signup early if you are planning on going.

index23.1Ever wonder what it would be like to sleep on a real submarine? Now is your chance!  Join Pack 90 as we board a vintage World War II submarine and spend the night in the same bunks as those brave sailors who crewed this submarine during its time at sea.

Campout Notes

  • All campers must have a completed medical form (Parts A & B only) before they will be allowed on the campout. Please email your completed forms to Alan Hutcheson.
  • 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 to Alan Hutcheson. The Youth Protection Training should only take about 25 minutes to complete.

If you completed these forms for the Family Campout last month, you do not have to fill them out again. We only need these forms from folks who did not attend the Family Campout.

  • 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.

 

Required medical form

Link to required youth protection training

GrangerLakeIt’s just about time for our annual Father & Son campout. This is an excellent opportunity to spend quality time with your scout, enjoy the great outdoors, and join in the fellowship of the pack.

When:  November 8th
Cost: $12 per person – signup now in the pack store.



Campout Notes

  • All campers must have a completed medical form (Parts A & B only) before they will be allowed on the campout. Please email your completed forms to Alan Hutcheson.
  • 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 to ALan Hutcheson or Darren Hampton. THe Youth Protection Training should only take about 25 minutes to complete.

If you completed these forms for the Family Campout last month, you do not have to fill them out again. We only need these forms from folks who did not attend the Family Campout.

  • 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

It’s our first campout of the school year!  Come enjoy a weekend full of archery, good food, friends, and campfires with Pack 90.

When:  October 4 (check-in starts at 2 PM)

Where:  Cub World in Bastrop (http://www.bsacac.org/activities/our_camps/cub_world)

Cost:  $12 per person (5 and under are free) signup is closed.

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

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 Alan Hutcheson.
  • 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 Alan Hutcheson. 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

It is finally time to start planning the Mother/Son Campout weekend scheduled for May 16-18, 2014 @Friendship Park in the Granger Lake ACE Park.

Come for the whole weekend, or for just one night… whatever works best for your family, but let us know so that we have the food needed for the meals…

It’s going to be a lot of fun, the Pack had the Spring family campout at this park last year & everyone had a lot of fun.

COST: $12 per person for 1 night, $17 per person for 2 nights.  Signup now available in the pack store.

***Please come to a planning meeting Saturday, May 3rd @ 9am @ Silver Grill.  

We need to plan the following:

  • Meals
  • Shopping expedition
  • Activities
  • Determine Equipment needed

Equipment pull will be the weekend of May 10 – 11 (gathering of needed group items (cooking & otherwise) — and individual items if needed)

**If you have ideas or you want to help out, but can’t make the meeting, please email me @”pmarucci@yahoo.com

San Marcos River RetreatIt’s time for the Spring 2014 Family Campout!  Come join your fellow scouts for the first campout of 2014 – they’ll be plenty of fun and fellowship for everyone.

When: March 29th (check-in starts at 2pm)

Where: San Marcos River Retreat

Cost: $12 per person (5 and under are free) CLOSED

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

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 Alan Hutcheson.
  • 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 Alan Hutcheson. The Youth Protection Training should only take about 25 minutes to complete.

If you completed and turned in these forms in Fall 2013, you do not have to fill them out again. We only need these forms from folks who have yet to submit them.

  • 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

San Marcos River Retreat Website

Space Station TrainersCamp inside Space Center Houston!

We will be going to NASA on Saturday, April 26th, 2014, for a one night sleep over.     This trip is for Bears and Webelos only

The cost will be $55 per person. You can pay online through Paypal.

When: Saturday April 26th
Time: Check-in at 5pm, Program starts promptly at 6pm (dinner provided).
Where: Space Center Houston / 1601 NASA Parkway/ Houston, TX 77058

Here is a link to NASA’s page about the camp-ins:

http://www.spacecenter.org/ScoutCampIns.html.

  • The Webelos will complete the essential components of the Scientist Badge as they design a protective spacesuit for a shuttle astronaut, discover the effects of air pressure, and conduct activities involving Bernoulli’s Principle and Pascal’s law.
  • The Bears will complete Space Arrow Points as they discover the planets in our Solar System, make a star wheel chart, build and launch a basic rocket, and learn about the constellations in the night sky in our planetarium!!!

We have plenty of slots reserved, but we need to confirm how many scouts are going and pay by Monday March 1st. This is a hard deadline, please signup early if you are planning on going.

Please contact (Alan Hutcheson) at leadership@pack90austin.org with any questions.

 

  • When: Saturday, January 25th
  • Where: Battleship Texas State Historic Site, LaPorte TX
  • Who: Cub Scout & Family– First 40 scouts and their Akela. After all scouts who want to go have signed up, we will open to additional people if we still have availability.
  • How Much: $45 per person
  • How do I sign up: SIGNUP IS CLOSED
  • For Questions or additional information: Contact Alan Hutcheson or Ed Garana at leadership@pack90austin.org

Helpful Information

ALL ADULTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE YOUTH PROTECTION TRAINING to camp with Pack 90YOUTH PROTECTION LINK

All campers are required to have a medical form (Part A & B) completed before attending a campout. Medical forms are good for one year. Medical Form

Our trip on Saturday is to the Lazy L&L Campground in New Braunfels on the banks of the Guadalupe River (http://www.lazylandl.com/index.php).  The river should be pretty exciting to look at after all this rain, but we won’t be able to do any tubing or boating.  Scouting rules prohibit us from taking cub scouts on boats.  Sorry, everyone.  Also, everyone needs to keep a close eye on his scout during this trip since we will be camping near a pretty active river.  We’ll discuss the buddy system early and often.

If anyone wants to fish, you should have the opportunity to do that.  Please remember that any child under 17 can fish without a fishing license, but any dads that want to fish need to have a license.

The weather will be pretty cool in the morning on Sunday (low 50s), so be prepared with warm clothes and layers.  Sleeping bags are highly encouraged.  If anyone needs camping gear, please contact me so we can find what you need.

Itinerary –

2:30 – 3:30 Arrive and start setting up camp

3:30 – 4:00 Free time/explore the park

3:30 – 4:30 First activity — sports of some kind, probably.  Maybe kickball

    4:30 – 5:30 Dinner prep and skit practice — remember that it will get dark early, so we’ll need to get moving on dinner
    6:00 – 7:00 Dinner

8:00 – 10:00 Camp fire and s’mores/dessert

    10:00 Bed!!
Sunday morning:
    8:00 – 9:00 Breakfast
    9:00 – 10:00 Sunday service
    10:00 – 11:00 Morning activity/fishing

11:00 – 12:00 Break camp

We’ll be splitting jobs by rank again this trip since it worked so well on the zoo trip.  All Scouts and their Akelas need to help during their ranks’ KP duty.

Webelos: serve dinner
Tigers: dinner clean up
Bears: serve breakfast
Wolves: breakfast clean up
All dens all the time: All trash