All information about Circle Ten Xperience 2 can be found on the Hub. Check out our Guide to your Xperience!

Over 300 units have already added CTX2 to their calendars! Online registration for CTX2 is now closed, but units, as well as individual families, may still register at the $25 price at either the Bobby Lyle ♦ Billy Gamble Scouting Center or the John D. Murchison Scouting Center locatiosn beginning October 22 through close of business on November 5th. Included in your $25 cost is your admittance, all activities, and a patch. Children 4 and under are free! Most importantly, your fee will grant you a fun filled weekend of Scouting fellowship and activities with your units and families. Need more information? We’ve got you covered! First, Join the Circle Ten Council Hub .

More information posted frequently!


OCTOBER 29, from noon - 7 p.m. 

Units with pre-registered Day Visitors should plan to pick up their "packet" of wristbands and participant patches as follows:

For districts: Blackland Prairie, Cimarron, Duck Creek, Eastern Skies, Five Trails, Mountain Lake, Mustang, North Star, Northern Trail, Southern Star, Tejas Caddo, Texas Skies, Trinity Woods, West Park, Wisdom Trail

Go to:

John D. Murchison Scouting Center
8605 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75235

For districts: Chisholm Trail, Eagle Trail, East Trinity Trails, Iron Horse, Lone Star

Go to:
Bobby Lyle ◊ Billy Gamble Scouting Center
5600 US Highway 75 South
Fairview, TX 75069

For districts: Texoma Valley, Tonkawa, Two Rivers, White Oak

Packet delivery will be coordinated by your district executive. Please be on alert for a specific communication regarding this from your district executive.


This procedure is for the convenience of the participants. By receiving their wristband in advance, Day Visitors can simply drive to Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, November 10th, park in the Day Parking, and go start having fun!

Click to visit the Guide Your Xperience Channel

For experienced Scout leaders, this is the information traditionally contained in your Leader's Guide.

Participants will also find helpful information to prepare for your November adventure.

Check out the updated Plan Your Visit!

Be sure to "Join" the channel so you see updates as more details are added. (more information on joining channels)

The time for your unit to register is NOW! Registration on CampMaster Closed on October 21st,  but you can still join the fun. No excuses!!

On August 1st, there was a lottery drawing from all registered units. The prize - a people-mover "Trolley" ride for unit members to the Big Show Saturday night went to Pack 296 of the Iron Horse District.


We hope you took the opportunity to visit the CTX2 Online Trading Post and purchased your swag! Not only will this be the Fashion of the Day on November 10th, but will be great looking commemorative wear for years to come! While there are no guarantees that all online items will be available at CTX2 in November, we will have an abundant selection of CTX2 items for your shopping pleasure at two Trading Post locations. Be sure to come check us out!

For those who did pre-order their CTX2 bling, your items will be ready for pick-up with your unit's CTX2 registration information and wristbands on Monday, October 29th, from 12 - 7 p.m., at either the John D. Murchison Scouting Center, or the Bobby Lyle ◆ Billy Gamble Scouting Center, depending on which location has been designated for your unit.

Please note that CTX2 Trading Post orders will be distributed from the council by unit, not individual, so you will need to coordinate with your unit leaders to receive your order at a later date.

If you have any questions or special requests, please send us an email.


We are still looking for staff for several program and operational areas serving 15,000 Scouts and Scouters for the CTX2! You can attend with your unit and volunteer on staff for part of the day or attend as staff directly. Register on CampMaster

For more details, email Brian Bennett.




 CTX Photo Slideshow               


CTX Arena Show



CTX Quick Facts

12,054 Registered Participants                       387 Units Camped

400 Staff Members                                             53 Exhibitors

1 Great Xperience for the Youth of Circle Ten

Activities included:
  • 5K Fun Run
  • Obstacle Course
  • Cardboard City
  • Crafts
  • Pioneering Exhibition
  • Monkey Bridges
  • Catapults
  • STEm activities
  • Video game trucks
  • Fast Robe Helios
  • Motocross
There were 53 vendors on hand to give Scouts hands-on experience and training in fields such as robotics, transportation, and communications. Vendors brought remote-controlled cars, drones, boats, and planes to ensure that our Scouts had the most realistic experience possible.
The council also did not spare in expense for the Arena Show Saturday night that featured Overdrive, a local cover band, and one of the most riveting fireworks shows you have ever seen. Scouts and their families were literally out of the stands dancing the night away with our four Scouting mascots leading the charge. CTX culminated with a spirited religious service led by our STEM Executive Maribeth Hughes.
The Circle Ten Xperience was made possible through the generosity and support of our sponsors: Vex Robotics, Alford Media Services, CynjaSpace, Dick’s Sporting Goods, AT&T Stadium, MMG Building & Construction Services, and Bobcat of Dallas.






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