Scouters' Mountain is without a doubt the most versatile camp in the Cascade Pacific Council. Scouter's Mountain has one Cub day camp, one Cub resident camp, a world class COPE confidence course, a large dining hall, and Chief Obie Lodge. A facility unique in the nation.
Scouters' Mountain hosts two camps during summer months, one day camp and one resident camp:
Cub World Resident Camp
Cub World at Scouters' Mountain is a resident camp, which means that the boys and their leaders stay at camp for 2 nights and three days. Scouts stay in the fort, boxcars or teepee village while adults stay close in large, framed two-person tents (provided). Everyone eats together in the camp dining hall (Golda's Kitchen), and all participate in a week-long program of Scouting fun and adventure.
For more details about the Cub World summer program, please see the Cub World page.
To place a reservation for Cub World resident camp, use the Cub Scout Summer Camp Reservation Form.
Camp Discovery Day Camp
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 details about the Camp Discovery summer program, please see the Day Camp page.
To place a reservation for Cub Scout day camp, use the Cub Scout Summer Camp Reservation Form.
Scouters' Mountain has three fantastic camping facilities bordering the main meadow. Each of them are great to use during the wet winter months to keep your group dry.
The Tipi Village contains 6 tipis and several dining shelters and can sleep as many as 72 campers. There are 5 Box Cars that can sleep as many as 70 campers. Fort Courage contains four corner bulidings, each two stories and can sleep as many as 48 campers.
There are also several tent camping sites, and Camp Discovery is also available for weekend camping activities.
To place a weekend camping reservation, please CLICK HERE to access the online property reservation system for pricing, scheduling, and other details. If you have further questions in making a reservation, please contact Volunteer Services at 503.225.5759 or
These facilities are available for rental by guest groups. Please CLICK HERE to access the online property reservation system for pricing, scheduling, and other details. If you have further questions in making a reservation, please contact Volunteer Services at 503.225.5759 or
Size: 192 acres
Location: 5 minutes east of Clackamas Town Center in Happy Valley, Oregon
GPS Coordinates: 45. 26.874 n / 122. 30.323 w
Mailing Address: 11300 SE 147th Avenue, Happy Valley, OR 97086
Date Acquired: 1952
Maps: Click here to download trail maps of camp, and highway maps to camp