Troop 10

Exchange Club of Austin

Founded in 1920, Troop 10 has a history and scout pride. Although the troop has changed over the years, our commitment to supporting and developing community leaders has not. Currently, Troop 10 is comprised of a small group of boys who lead themselves, work on their scouting skills together, and create camping and adventure memories.
This troop is perfect for the scout who benefits from small group instruction. Our troop is welcoming and helpful. We encourage Scouts to branch into new skills and leadership. Everyone has a part to play to accomplish the group’s work. Older Scouts lead, guide, and interact with the younger scouts kindly. We are motivated to help other people, and our Scouts serve as Den Chiefs. We joke around, have fun, and support each other — we’re all friends in our troop.

Troop 10 meets on Sundays at 3:00pm

Exchange Club of Austin
6711 Menchaca Road
Austin, Texas 78745

Troop 19

Capitol Area Council

Feel free to join Troop 19 at any troop meeting to learn more about how the Troop operates. Please email Adrian De La Garza at if you plan to attend a meeting as we sometimes shift locations depending on the activity the scouts have planned. Date/Time: Every Sunday from 1:00-2:30pm (except campout weekends/holidays)

Troop 19 meets on Sundays at 1:00 pm

Oak Hill Methodist Church
7815 US-290 Children’s Building
Austin, Texas 78736

Troop 20

Bethany Lutheran Church

We use the patrol method, and in patrols the Scouts hang out and cook and do activities together. Its a lot of fun. We go camping once a month, and recently went on a beach campout. Our SPL uses the Remind App to send out notifications about events, activities, and supplies. We are encouraging and kind. We support each other in focusing on advancement, yet we consider the fun to be the most important aspect of scouting.

Troop 20 meets on Thursdays at 7:15pm

Bethany Lutheran Church
3701 W Slaughter Lane
Austin, Texas 78749

Troop 25

Regents School Of Austin

On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight

Troop 61

Austin Ridge Bible Church

We are a boy-led troop of about 50 scouts who love getting together to learn, go camping, do service projects, play games and have a good time! We meet at Austin Ridge Bible Church SW, 7416 W, 7416 State Hwy 71, Austin, TX 78735, on most Sundays at 4pm. Many of our scouts attend Small, Gorzycki, Kealing, Austin High, Bowie and LASA.

We typically camp one weekend a month during the school year. Some recent favorites have been Lost Maples, Pace Bend, Palo Duro Canyon and Big Bend. Over Spring Break, we do family camping where siblings & parents can join in the fun. During the summer, scouts can go camping for a week at places like Cris Dobbins Camp or Lost Pines Scout Ranch.

Troop 61 meets on Sundays at 4:00pm

Austin Ridge Bible Church – Southwest
7416 State Hwy 71
Austin, Texas 78735

Troop 82

Shady Hollow Homeowners Association

Boy Scout Troop 82 offers a year-round adventure-based program designed to encourage effective character-building, citizenship, and fitness training for boys age 11-17. Based in Shady Hollow (Austin, Texas).

Troop 82 meets on Mondays at 7:00pm

3303 Doe Run
Austin, Texas 78748

Troop 256

Bannockburn Baptist Church

In our troop we accepting and not very serious (though they can be if we need to be). We get along together in a positive atmosphere. Our challenges have taught us to not have conflict. At Philmont we were getting tired and angry, but in our troop we didn’t start bickering. We worked harder, we set up faster, we kept encouraging each other. We grew stronger together. Our Scouts plan monthly campouts: whitewater rafting, gun shooting, hiking, cold weather stuff, we basically do everything. We are a leadership-focused troop wanting to develop the best scouts and leaders that we can. The Scouts planned a weeklong trip to Philmont. We decided what we wanted to do, how to get there, and where to camp rather than the adults deciding us for us. The adults only napped and used half the water to make coffee.

Troop 256 meets on Tuesdays at 7:00pm

Bannockburn Baptist Church
7100 Brodie Lane
Austin, Texas 78745

Troop 395

Shepherd Of The Hills Presbyterian Church

Our troop is Scout-led. The Scouts determine the meetings and develop the theme each campout. We do cooking competitions, backpacking trips, rock climbing, shooting campouts, and play games. When we camp the adults must stay in “Adultlandia,” and only the SPL may cross into that land to ask a question. We focus on skills and we play games that are skill-focused.

The Troop 395 Scout Experience is about having fun while developing skills that lay foundations for a lifetime of success. Sometimes things may seem a bit chaotic — it’s part of the boy-led learning experience. We believe boys learn best by doing & make every effort to allow them the freedom to succeed & fail as a unit. 

Troop 395 was first established in 1972. 

Troop 395 meets on Mondays at 7:00pm

Shepherd Of The Hills Presbyterian Church
5226 West William Cannon Drive
Austin, Texas 78749

Troop 403

St Pauls Catholic Church

On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

Troop 403 meets on Mondays at 7:15pm

Troop 448

St Catherine of Siena

Through the Scout Oath and Law, Troop 448 will be a fun, respectful unit led by Eagle-bound scouts, and will serve the community in an organized and effective manner. Troop 448 knows most boys love to camp. On troop campouts, the scout will camp with his patrol and set up his own tent with his fellow scouts. The scouts also cook and clean as patrols. Our troop has an extensive, well-maintained camping equipment collection Anything a scout may not have can be borrowed or provided. Troop 448 utilizes area campsites to provide appealing programs and themes, such as Camping 101, Astronomy, Climbing, Escape & Evasion, Mountain Man, Pioneering, Shooting and District events. Troop 448 is proud to have awarded Eagle rank to over 100 Scouts since the troop was chartered in 1980.

Troop 448 meets on Mondays at 7:00pm

St Catherine of Siena
4800 Convict Hill Road
Austin, Texas 78749

Troop 505

Capitol Area Council BSA

Our troop loves camping and has strong, scout-selected themes such as capture the flag and wilderness survival. The Scouts of Troop 505 would like for your scout to get to know us! Once you know us, we know you will want to join us.

Troop 505 was formed in 2011 with just 13 boys. Today we have over 35 scouts supported by over 25 dedicated adult leaders, and continuing to grow. We welcome boys of all religious denominations. Troop campout worship services are non-denominational

Troop 505 meets on Mondays at 7:00pm

Oak Hill United Methodist Church
7815 Hwy. 290 W.
Austin, Texas 78736

Troop 555

Abiding Love Lutheran Church

We are boy-led focusing on choosing the activities we want. We camp monthly and do more backpacking campouts than other troops – every other campout is backpacking. Our backpacking campouts are typically 1 to 2 miles in length, and we do a lot of hiking with daypacks. This troop is not like school and is focuses on fun because we choose what we want to do.

Troop 555 meets on Mondays at 7:00pm

Abiding Love Lutheran Church
7210 Brush Country Road
Austin, Texas 78749

Troop 1953

Marbridge Foundation

On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.  straight.

Troop 3377

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3377

We meet every Sunday at 3:00pm in Manchaca. Our Scoutmaster is Joe Pinales, and our Assistant Scoutmaster is Ruben Medina. This is a very open, diverse, and inclusive troop who welcomes Scouts of all abilities and faith. Our troop is small, tight-knit, and family-oriented. Our Scouts are very involved and choose their own activities.

Troop 3377 meets on Sundays at 3:00pm

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3377
12921 Lowden Lane
Manchaca, Texas 78652

Find a Troop By Schedule

Troops for Boys by Schedule
Sunday 3pm Troop 10, Troop 3377
Sunday 4:30pm Troop 61
Monday 7:00pm Troop 395, Troop 488, Troop 505, Troop 555, Troop 82
Monday 7:15pm Troop 403
Tuesday 7:00pm Troop 256
Thursday 7:15pm Troop 20
Troops for Girls by Schedule
Sunday 1:00pm Troop 19
Troop 19 is the only female troop in the Thunderbird District. Other troops in nearby districts include Troop 50, Troop 72, Troop 454, and Troop 4443.