Welcome to 183rd Tonkawa!

Who are we?

183rd Tonkawa is an all inclusive outdoor organization based in Cedar Park, Texas. We are a group of youth and adults that come from all walks of life, who enjoy the outdoors and contributing to our community. We look forward to exploring our natural world, making new friends, and doing a good turn everyday. We are a 501(c)3 organization, and completely volunteer led.

183rd Tonkawa is a sister group of the 7th Trailblazers and the 96th Riverine in Austin, as well as 13th Aguayaam Guan in San Antonio.  We work closely with their leadership, and incorporate their participation in our activities.  183rd Tonkawa, 7th Trailblazers, 96th Riverine and 13th Aguayaam Guan maintain a combined Rover Crew.

What is Outdoor Service Guides?

Outdoor Service Guides, OSG, is a community-oriented traditional scouting program for youth and adults of all ages and genders in the United States. The aim of our association is to promote good citizenship and physical, mental development and training in habits of observation, self-reliance, and useful life skills. We meet outdoors, and service to the community is one of our core tenets. Our badgework focuses on proficiency in outdoor skills, citizenship, and self-reliance.

There is no religious requirement and our groups are independent from sponsoring organizations. We offer the experience of scouting to anyone who wishes to join us.

We are not affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America or the Girl Scouts, USA or their governing scout associations. We are members of the World Federation of Independent Scouts (WFIS) and as such are not in competition with other American scouting associations; we are merely their brothers and sisters in scouting.

For more information regarding OSG, please visit the national website at https://www.bpsa-us.org/.

For more information about the 7th Trailblazers, please visit their website at http://7thtrailblazers.com/

For more information about the 96th Riverine, please visit their website at https://www.96thriverine.org/

For more information about the 13th Aguayaam Guan, please visit their website at https://13thaguayaamguan.com/