Camp Lewis consists of approx. 116 acres of tall trees, meadows, river shore, and developed camp sites five miles north of Battle Ground, Washington, on the Lewis River. Camp Lewis acquired in 1956 is the only camp in the Cascade Pacific Council that is in Washington State.
During the July and the first part of August, Camp Lewis is used as a Cub Scout Day Camp. The rest of the year, the camp is open for reservation and use by Scouts.
The camp is divided into two areas which contain adirondacks, campfire bowl, program shelter, and picnic area. One of the newest facilities at the camp is the new fire bowl constructed by the Council's Order of the Arrow members in Wauna La-Mon'tay Lodge.
Cub Scout day camp at Camp Lewis is an exciting program for young Cub Scouts. The camp features crafts, games, bb guns and archery, songs and skits...all the fun a Cub Scout has been looking forward to all year long!
For more information about day camp, please visit the Day Camp page.
To place a reservation for day camp, use the Cub Scout Summer Camp Reservation Form.
Camp Lewis is one of the top Boy Scout Camps in the Council for short term camping. There are adirondacks in several campsites. There are several fire bowls, including the main camp fire bowl in the main field. There are several large fields for camping or Scout activities. Several large shelters make camping more bearable when the weather turns inclement. Snow is unlikely most of the winter at Camp Lewis which sits at about 200 ft. above sea leval.
Conservation and service projects are encouraged and can be suggested by the camp chairman. Reservations and tour permits are required.
Size: 116 acres
Location: 5 miles north of Battle Ground, Washington
Date Acquired: 1930s
Maps: Click here to download trail maps of camp, and highway maps to camp