Join Pack 90 Cub Scouts THIS Sat., June 15th from 3-5pm at 4606 Adelphi Lane for An Epic Water Gun & Water Slide Party & Raingutter Regatta! RSVP HERE if you get the chance.

You will need to wear a swimsuit, hat, sunscreen and closed toe shoes or water shoes. Bring a towel, water bottle to drink and a water gun or two if you have a favorite or use some already here.  (But NO water balloons because we don’t want to have to pick them up).

For the Recycled Raingutter Regatta, simply make your boat with any recycled materials and bring it with you or we will have a small supply of things for day of attempts.

Adults may want to bring a chair.

PLEASE share this to anyone you know with a rising Kinder thru 5th Grade Boy or Girl who wants to learn more about scouting, as all are welcome to come.

Suggested Boat Specs:

The following specs are suggested, mainly so that they will fit in the rain gutters and won’t tip. Length – The finished boat must be no longer than 8″ max.

Width – The finished boat must be less than 3-1/2″ wide. Any outriggers must fit within the overall width of 3-1/2” 

Depth – The gutters are 3” deep, so your boat must float and fit accordingly. Keels and dagger-boards are acceptable just make sure they won’t drag the bottom.

 Mast Height – the mast may not be higher than 7” from the deck. The “deck” is the flat part of the boat, where the mast is attached. Multiple masts on a single boat are allowed.

Join us for our Pack 90 family campout!  It is 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: Dinosaur Valley State Park, 1629 Park Rd 59 Glen Rose, TX 76043 (~2 hr 45 min drive) 
When: Saturday, April 20th - Sunday, April 21st

Arrival at 2pm on Saturday April 20th

Check out at 11am on Sunday April 21st

Cost: $10 per person (children 5 and under are free) The camping fees cover food and site reservations.


SIGN UP HERE. Sign up will close Monday, April 15th at 8:00 pm. 


*After you complete the form below, you will see a link with payment. If you haven't previously submitted Medical Forms or completed Youth Protection Training (YPT) that will need to be done prior to the camp-out.

Join us for our Pack 90 family campout!  It is 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: Texas State University Camp, 1000 University Rd, Wimberley, TX 78676 (approx. 1 hour and 15 minute drive) 
When: Saturday, March 23rd - Sunday, March 24thArrival at 3pmCheck out at noon 

Cost: $10 per person (children 5 and under are free) The camping fees cover food and site reservations.

Sign-up here!

Sign-up will close Monday, March 18th at 8:00 pm. 


*After you complete the form below, you will see a link with payment. If you haven't previously submitted Medical Forms or completed Youth Protection Training (YPT) that will need to be done prior to the camp-out.

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

Link to RSVP:  https://forms.gle/5cV57cyVDZo3wvaTA

We will have a dinner, history of scouting presentation, advancement awards, and the annual Akela/Scout cake bake competition.  Cake Theme is: “Leave No Trace/Outdoor Code”!

Thursday, February 22, 2024
5:45pm: Doors open

6pm: Dinner starts

6:15pm: Cake Deadline

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

Dinner Menu: TBD

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 18 at 7pm.

Link to RSVP:  https://forms.gle/5cV57cyVDZo3wvaTA

Join your fellow scouts for an overnight on the high seas adventure on the USS Stewart in Galveston, TX - the only remaining Edsall-Class Destroyer Escort in the United States.

The overnight stay includes tours of the USS Stewart Destroyer and USS Cavalla Submarine ships, plus an unforgettable flag ceremony, dinner, activities, movie, and bunking in original crew quarters. Next morning will be a continental breakfast and packing up.

Deadline to Sign-up is Fri. Feb. 16, 2024. (Though we can always try and add you closer to the date but spots might fill.)

SIGN UP HERE

  • What:  USS Stewart Ship Trip
  • When: February 24-25, 2024 
  • Time: 5pm to 9am
  • Where: The USS Stewart rests in Galveston, next to the USS Cavalla at 100 Seawolf Pkwy, Galveston, TX 77554 (3 hrs & 45 minutes)   Map and Directions
  • Cost: $60 per camper (This entire fee goes to the USS Cavalla Admin). This cost includes a ticket to the museum the next day.

>Participants must be at least 5 years of age. 

>Sleeping Quarters are co-ed and bunks are assigned. They will arrange parents with kids with parents on the bottom bunks and kids on the 2nd and 3rd.

>Camping slots are limited to 41 no exceptions, so RSVP soon.

>Most Dietary restrictions can be met so make sure and place them on the order form.

> Please note that there are no lockers or showers on the vessel.

SIGN UP HERE


What To Bring:

Each person must bring a pillow, sleeping bag, blankets, sleep wear and a change of clothes. Campers are expected to carry sleeping bags and other gear on board (might have to carry up and down stairs/ladders to sleeping area).

Toiletries but please note there are no shower facilities.

Closed toe shoes ONLY. For your safety please only bring and wear closed toe shoes.

Flashlight.

Electronic devices like phones are allowed but must stay in bags during tours and activities.

Snacks and food is allowed but only in the kitchen area.


Rules and regulations

  1. No running on or off the vessels.
  2. Always have a buddy or adult (leaving the vessel after lights out requires an adult).
  3. Shoes must be on unless in a bunk.
  4. Do not enter any closed off spaces or doors unless a staff member permits you to.
  5. No food or drinks outside of the mess deck area (only water).
  6. Do not touch any levers, buttons, or switches on both vessels.
  7. 3-point contact when moving down and up ladders.
  8. Be respectful to the vessel and the people around you.
  9. Free roaming is not allowed for any guest after sunset.
  10. Adults and children listed on the roster must stay on the property or in the parking lot. If
    planning on leaving the Seawolf gates, please only do for emergency and let a staff member
    know.
  11. Employees are not permitted to cook food for guests, all food from staff will be prepackaged or
    catered. If a Guest wishes to make food, they may bring their own supplies and can use the
    appliances in the galley.
  12. Alcohol, Drugs, or any paraphernalia is not permitted within the museum. If any items are found
    guest will be asked to leave.
  13. If an injury occurs, please let a staff member know so the proper first aid and paperwork can be
    performed.
  14. Please be courteous and pick up all trash.

USS Stewart Need To Know Info

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.

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!

Pre-Race Check-in: Friday, Jan 19 6:30pm to 7:15pm

Date: Saturday, January 20, 2024
Location: Summitt Elementary Cafeteria
Car Check-in Time: 9-9:30am (Do not be late.) Also complete this FORM to help.
Race Time: 10am
All car must be checked in prior to the 10am start.

DERBY NEED TO KNOW:

  • 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!

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 @ gmail.com)

We are excited to see y'all tonight (Thurs, Dec. 14) at 6:30pm in Summitt's Cafeteria!
We will have a special visitor (Santa) handing out wrapped Derby Cars.

If adults or siblings would like one to have to race, please bring $3 cash per car if possible and we can pass those out too.  (These are not the official cars but unofficial cheaper ones.)

We will also be doing a rank advancement for our New Scouts that have earned the Bobcat rank! Which will be so fun!

We will discuss details of the Pinewood Derby tonight. It will be held on Sat. Jan. 20, start time will be 10am.

Please come and join your fellow scouts for an overnight adventure immersed in science and learning fun!

Where:  Houston Museum of Natural Science (5555 Hermann Park Dr, Houston, TX 77030)  (approx. 2 hours and 56 minutes)
When: Saturday, January 27th - Sunday, January 28th, Arrival at 6pm 
Time: 6 pm Arrival on Saturday and then you can stay and enjoy the museum all Sunday!
Cost: $100 per camper (This entire fee goes to the Museum). This cost includes a ticket to the museum the next day.
The overnight stay includes:

  • Pizza Dinner
  • Hands-on activity with museum educators
  • Photo scavenger hunt in one of our exhibit halls
  • Evening snack
  • Private showing in the Burke Baker Planetarium
  • Sleeping in one of our world-renowned exhibit halls
  • Continental breakfast
  • Commemorative overnight patch
  • Parking in the HMNS garage
  • Admission to the museum’s permanent exhibit halls the day after your overnight adventure

Deadline to Sign-up is Thurs, Jan 4, 2024 at 8pm. Camping slots are limited to 40 so please RSVP now if you want to attend, if you need to wait a little to pay that's ok, just let us know.

** Participants must be at least 6 years of age. Please note that 5 years and under are not allowed by the Museum's rules.

SIGN UP HERE

What To Bring: Each person must bring a pillow, sleeping bag, toiletries, towel and flashlight. You might want to bring eye masks and ear plugs for all your party.

Contact: 512-636-9176 with any questions regarding this trip

*After you complete the RSVP form above, we will email you a link with payment and medical forms needed PLUS additional releases required by the museum.

Our second family campout of the year is coming up. This will be a great time to spend time with your scout, your pack and enjoy the outdoors.  All scouts and family are welcome.

WhereJim Hogg Park, Georgetown, TX roughly 35 minutes from Summitt Elementary

When: Saturday Nov. 4th  3pm  – Sunday Nov. 5th  1pm

Cost: $10 per person (children 5 and under free!)

Sign Up HERE by Monday, Oct. 30!

Cool New Event: Jim Hogg Park is located off Lake Georgetown and includes hiking trails and is a great location for fishing! Those under 18 are not required to have a fishing license. For those over 18 that want to fish please check out Walmart or Academy and get a fishing license for $30.

Camp-out Notes:

Please remember to:

  • 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

Important Inks Lake Information:

  • Parking is available at the campsite with up to 2 cars per site. Additional parking is available in lots nearby.
  • The only place a ground fire is allowed are in the campfire rings.  If you have a fire in this ring, please make sure it is cold to the touch when done.
  • Close-toed shoes are required in camp.
  • Do not leave trash in the campsites.  Dispose all trash in the appropriate dumpsters in the park.
  • All running water on camp is potable and safe to drink.
  • If you have not been to this camp before, please review the camp map at  https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232612

cub scout camping checklist

Required medical form

Link to required youth protection training