Camp Clark is located just south of Cape Lookout, on the Oregon Coast, and offers a week long resident camping experience for Webelo Scouts.
Camp Clark provides a unique opportunity for Webelos to work on achievements for Arrow of Light as well as becoming prepared to transition into Boy Scouts. At Camp Clark, Scouts learn Boy Scout skills, make choices about electives* and learn leadership and independence in a safe and exciting environment.
Scouts and leaders camp in group campsites, sleeping in 3 sided shelters or platform tents. Meals are served family style in the new dining hall (2012) overlooking Cape Lookout and the secluded section of beach below.
Program at Camp Clark includes BB gun and archery ranges, Trail to Boy Scouts, camplife skills and others. Afternoon electives, to be chosen by Scouts, offer Native American crafts and village life, war canoe building, as well as robotics and rocketry, wilderness survival, and shooting sports.
There are many extra activities to add adventure to your stay at Camp Clark, such as night time bioluminescent plankton hikes on the beach and sand dollar contests. Parents and leaders will also have the opportunity to be trained in Boy Scout Outdoor Leader Skills and also learn how to make a comfortable move into Boy Scouting.
Camp Clark is adjacent to Camp Meriwether on the 780 acre reservation owned and operated by the Cascade Pacific Council. It is approximately a 2 hour drive from Portland and is 20 miles south of Tillamook.
The adventure is just beginning at Camp Clark. Don’t miss the view from the bluff or launching your rocket on the beach and be ready to step into Boy Scouts.
Scouts will be choosing the afternoon activities they participate in. Please see the Camp Clark Leader’s Guide for a complete listing of elective activities and a detailed explanation.
Check out the fun adventures that await you! The entire pack can now enjoy the fun camping experience at the coast! Click here for all the details.