Everyone is welcome to attend this evening of information on how we grow the program of Scouting. Special Guest, Lisa Wylie, will be presenting on the Millennial generation and the best methods of connecting with them. Location: Tualatin Stake Center.
Camp Staff Alumni and their families are invited to come out and share Cub World's final camp staff campfire on August 5th. Camp overnight, come for the day, or join us for the final BBQ - there are many options to come say farewell to Cub World. We hope you will join us!
Come to Scouters' Mountain this September and GET MUDDY! Mud Mayhem is back - BIGGER and BETTER! This event is open to all scouts - Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity and Venturing Scouts, Explorer Posts, and their families. Two days to choose from this year! Spend the day just being a kid by getting muddy on our exclusive obstacle course.
Join us on this once in a lifetime adventure traveling the 165 miles between Butte Creek Scout Ranch, near the Scotts Mills area northeast of Salem, and Camp Baldwin, near Dufur. Travel through the majestic Mt. Hood Wilderness Area where you’ll learn about horses, the wilderness, horse-packing, and lots of cowboy tales from head wrangler Scott DePaolo and his crack team of wranglers. Each rider will bring their personal gear, sleeping bag and a tent. If the heavens are smiling down on us, plan to sleep under the stars while listening to the crickets chirping and bull-frogs croaking. Grub is served chuck wagon style by Cookie and his staff.
We want you to join us in experiencing the 2017 National Jamboree! Boy Scouts and co-ed Venturers are welcome to join us on this great adventure. The fee for Scouts and Venturers to participate in 2017 will be set soon.
Order of the Arrow links now available for reservation are available by visiting the Order of the Arrow page.
Eagle Scout Celebration
Join event chairs Luis Machuca, CEO, Kryptiq, Eagle Scout Class of 1972, and Greg Seibly, President, Umpqua Bank, and keynote speaker Tim Boyle, CEO, Columbia Sportswear, to celebrate the Eagle Scout Class of 2014! Register now . Need more information? Visit the event page for details.
Join us at The Old Spaghetti Factory to celebrate Sunset Trail's volunteers and achievements!Read More
Its easier than ever to make a summer camp reservation - begin by visiting the Summer Camp Reservation Page.
LDS 11 Year Olds have the opportunity to join their troops at summer camp for one night during their troop's week at summer camp. All of the Boy Scout resident camps will be having special programs for the 11 Year Olds in your LDS troop on Wednesday nights at camp. The 11 Year Olds must attend the camp and week that their troop is attending. (8/25)
Make an online camp payment for any summer camp, including Cub Scout Day Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp, Boy Scout Summer Camp.
If your unit is planning to attend 2014 camp at another council, or hold its own unit activity, please fill out this 3 minute questionnaire so your plans are known to your district camp promotion team. Complete Form
Family camps are holiday camping weekends just like taking the family to a state park but at a private, secluded and less crowded beach-front location at Camp Meriwether. Families will enjoy a variety of activities such as sand-castle building, beach walks to the tidepools, field games, and more. The weekend will be very loosley scheduled with an "open campus," so your family can pick and choose from family camp activities, head into town and visit local attractions, or just enjoy the quiet coastline for the weekend.
Girls’ Camp focuses on a program for girls ages 8-13. They will enjoy the full scope of a cowboy camp, just like the Cub Scouts do, only it is ramped up “cowgirl style.” Campers get a chance to pan for gold, find out what life was like in the pioneer days, practice their aim at BB guns and archery, and go horseback riding! Older girls (11-13) will have the opportunity to participate in a half-day horse ride.
Has your unit visited Meriwether during the off season and expressed interest in wanting to take advantage of camp programs outside of the normal summer season? Well the Meriwether Super Weekend and its program has been designed to meet your need
Wood Badge is the premier training program for all Scout leaders in the Boy Scouts of America. This includes all Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity and Venturing Leaders, as well as Professional Scouters. Wood Badge is designed to train adult volunteers using the latest leadership skills and techniques. It is a once in a life time training experience, designed to strengthen your unit. In 2015 Woodbadge will take place at Camp Clark on two weekends. June 4-6 and June 18-20. These are Thursday through Saturday sessions.
NYLT is a six day course where the concepts of what a leader must BE, what they must KNOW, and what they must DO is taught, demonstrated, and lived in the out of doors in a troop and patrol setting. Immediate use of new ideas is stressed in a fun atmosphere based on the principles of Scouting. Everything we do is applicable to troop leadership back home. Participants are taught by skilled Scout staff members and veteran adult leaders.
Instructor and Rangemaster trainings for all levels of Scouting shooting sports activities. Visit the Shooting Sports page and learn about all of the shooting sports training programs offered by the Cascade Pacific Council.