Longhorn Council

The Longhorn Council serves Scouts in a 23 county area of North Texas and Central Texas. Its headquarters is in Hurst (near Fort Worth), with an additional service center in Waco. The Council is organized into 20 districts:

  • Aguila District, serving Soccer and Scouting units in Fort Worth
  • Brazos Valley District, serving Young, Jack, and Palo Pinto Counties, and most of Parker County (except for Azle and Azle ISD).
  • Chisholm Trail District, serving Falls, Milam, and Robertson Counties, and most of Bell County (except Killeen ISD and Florence ISD)
  • Comanche Trails District, serving Freestone, Limestone, and Leon Counties
  • Cross Timbers District
  • Frontier Trails District
  • Indian Nations District, serving McLennan County
  • Lakeview District
  • Leon Valley District, serving Coryell County and Killeen ISD and Florence ISD in Bell County
  • Mustang District
  • Roadrunner District
  • Santa Fe District
  • Silver Star District
  • Tejas District
  • Three Rivers District, serving Bosque, Hamilton, and Hill Counties
  • Tonkawa District
  • Topsanah District
  • Trailblazer District
  • Trinity Trails District
  • Woodbine District

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