Welcome to Troop 230!


Troop 230 is a boy-led troop in Lake Oswego for Scouts aged 11-17. Select "About Us" to learn more.

For boys age 6-10, Cub Scouts is for them. We are not Cub Scouts, but click here for contact info on local Cub Packs.

Swimming Merit Badge University (Eagle Required)

Posted on Sep 13 2019 - 2:36pm

This merit badge class is only for Scouts who have passed the BSA swimmers test at Summer Camp or at another time, or for Scouts who know they can pass BSA Swimmer Test. Having BSA Simmer is the only way to progress through this merit badge. In addition to earning the Swimming Merit Badge, Scouts can also pick up Second Class and First Class Swimming requirements.

DATE: Sunday September 29, 2019
TIME: 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
WHERE: Skyline Ridge Pool, 1215 Stonehaven Ct. West Linn, OR 97068
COST: $15 per scout
CONTACT: Keith Morris 503-577-3819
Registration: Register Here

What to bring:

Michael Murray Eagle Scout Project

Posted on Sep 3 2019 - 8:48am

Hi everyone,

I (Michael Murray) will be working on my Eagle Scout project this Saturday, September 7th from 9 am to 1 pm. The project will be taking place at 2301 Hazel Road, which is directly to the right of Lake Oswego High School. Donuts, pizza, and drinks will be provided. 

Indian Heaven Wilderness Backpacking

Posted on Aug 26 2019 - 2:13pm

Tualatin River Float!

Posted on Aug 15 2019 - 4:11pm
Join theTroop 230 Flotilla! 
Beat the summer heat, see wildlife and have fun!

Bring your kayaks, canoes and SUP's

Don't have a canoe/kayak/SUP then NO PROBLEM
 - Alder Creek Kayak & Canoe rents them at their Browns Ferry Park location on the Tualatin River.

Feel free to bring your supers soakers or similar devices.

Sebe's Eagle Project - Sign Up Now

Posted on Aug 13 2019 - 7:06am
What: Sebastions Stenfert-Kroese Eagle Project
Oswego Heritage House
When: 8/18 (Sun) and 8/21 (Sat)

Message from Sebastion:
Hello Scouts! I will be doing my Eagle Scout project at the Oswego Heritage House the 18th and 24th of August. The project will consist of making a concrete slab to display a set of wheels from a historical iron cart which carried iron from the top of iron Mountain down to the smelter in George Rogers. The first day, we will make the slab then we will wait a week for it to dry. On the second time, we will lift the wheels on to the slab and secure them.

There will be pizza and soda. Please keep in mind that this isn’t about me but about giving back to the community. Your help will be greatly appreciated and I hope that this project will be a ton of fun.

Personal Management Merit Badge Offering

Posted on Aug 9 2019 - 3:28pm

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