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Outstanding Properties and Camp Programs
Cascade Pacific Council offers members many outstanding camps, and is recognized nationally as a leader in Scout camping facilities and programs. Each summer the council offers ten day camps, six overnight camps, a youth leader training camp, and numerous high adventure offerings. During the 'off-season' when camp is over, the council manages fifteen outdoor properties which are utlized year-round for unit camping, district and council activities, and guest group events.
Making a Reservation
Visit the Reservations Page to save your spot at camp! Here you will be able to check on camp availability, camp dates, and camp fees. Reservations are now being taken for 2014 Boy Scout Summer Camp and 2013 Cub Scout Resident Camp and Day Camp.
Which Camp to Choose:
Our camps are planned to serve specific ages so that boys progress from camp to camp as they grow and their interests change. This progression also gives them a variety of camp experiences from summer to summer. Each camp is designed to best suit the recommended age groups and their abilities.
Day Camp: Recommended for incoming Tigers (just graduated Kindergarten). Themes rotate every five years, so the boys will have a new experience every time! The camps run 5 days a week during the daylight hours. Four day camps run a "twilight" session, which means camp runs from 5:00-9:00pm.
Cub World: Recommended for new Wolves and Bears (just finishing 1st and 2nd Grade). Cub World operates on a two-year theme cycle as many Cub Scouts attend Cub World twice before they move on to Gilbert Ranch. The camp is 3 days, 2 nights.
Gilbert Ranch: Recommended for First-Year Webelos (just finishing 3rd Grade). Gilbert Ranch has the same western-themed program each year. This camp is designed to begin the transition from a Cub Scout to the more intense Webelos Scout program. The camp is 3 days, 2 nights.
Adventure Cove: Recommended for Second-Year Webelos (just finishing 4th Grade). Adventure Cove give your Scout a full week (five night) camping experience which helps get them ready to join Boy Scouts the following year, and the program is designed to help the Second-Year Webelos start learning basic Scouting skills in preparation for the Boy Scout program.
Boy Scout Summer Camps: Recommended for all Boy Scouts (Scouts that have crossed over from Webelos through 12th Grade). Each of our four Boy Scout Camps hosts unique programs. Click on the individual camps for more details:
Cooper (co-ed for two weeks to support the Venturing program)
Frequently Asked Questions
A list of frequently asked questions with answers about our payment policy and what to expect before and at camp.
Weekend Camping and Off Season Property Use
Many of our camps host different events during the off season. Your unit may also reserve a property to host a family camp or troop outing.