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Laguna Station Sea Adventure Base






2014 Nationally Accredited

WELCOME to "the best kept secret in Texas!"

Laguna Station, is operated by the Rio Grande Council. It is located on the southernmost point of South Padre Island, an extraordinary playground tucked away in a sun drenched corner of South Texas.  Kawakawa Indians once camped on its beaches, pirate Jean Lafitte is said to have buried his plunder among its dunes.  Shipwrecks dot its coasts. 

Now, visitors from all over the country come to enjoy the sands, surf, unmatched weather and relaxed life-style. South Padre Island is famous for its beautiful weather and incredible sunsets.  At Laguna Station, Scouts and Venturers experience a wide variety of the attractions that have made South Padre Island the most popular vacation spot in Texas.

This is more than a Scouting Adventure. We are a travel destination! Check out the links of all the things you can see and do in the area

With three airports, bus transportation and excellent interstates. It's easy to get here and a safe location. We are known for our great food and our wonderful weather.




2016 Summer Season

Week 1 - June 20, 2016 - June 25, 2016

Week 2 - June 26, 2016 - July 2, 2016

Week 3 - July 3, 2016 - July 9, 2016

2016 Leader's Guide

Registration will be open soon!

Check back periodically for updates.

there will be a deposit of $50 per person at time of registration:



* NEW this season stand up Paddle Boarding on the bay and Scuba Diving!

Check out this video for some techniques on Paddle Boarding before you hit the water

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* One day  FREE pass to our neighbor the Schlitterbaun Beach Resort.

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Ranked among the top 10% of councils in America, by Cub Scouts and Cub Scout Parents!

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