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Meriting with the Experts: Radical Robots - December 20th

Bring All Scouts, all ages, siblings, and friends to a morning of fast-paced, engaging science. Scouts will learn about and operate several types of robots, play robot games and every scout will build their own robot that they get to take home!

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2015 Commissioners College - March 14th

This one-day training for all commissioners features; Unit Commissioner Basic Training, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctorate Degree, Post Doctorate Certificate, and Roundtable Commissioners level of trainings.

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2015 Horse Treks

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.

Register 6/20 Eastbound Trek | Register 8/22 Westbound Trek | More Info


2017 National Jamboree - Visit The Summit and Washington D.C. area

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.

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2015 Venturing Snow Weekends

Come to Aubrey Lodge with your Venturing Crew and experience fun in the snow.

LDS Venturing Weekend Feb 13-14 (Venturing-age 14+)

Co-Ed Venturing Weekend Jan 30-Feb 1 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Order of the Arrow

Order of the Arrow links now available for reservation are available by visiting the Order of the Arrow page.

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Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (ITOLS) - January 9th - January 10th

This hands-on program gives adult leaders the practicial outdoor skills they need to lead in the out-of-doors. This is a required Outdoor Training for all Webelos and Boy Scout Leaders. Location: Scouters Mountain.

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2015 Calapooia District Cub Scout Lock - In: Open to ALL Districts! 
January 30th - January 31st

Cub Scouts and Cub-Scout aged Siblings can participate in a lot of fun activites at the Calapooia Lock-In! There will be a light dinner and snacks, games and activities including BB guns and Archery, movies all night, and breakfast the next morning. All paid participants will receive a free T-shirt! Location: Linn County Fair & Expo Center.

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Klondike Derby - Open to All Districts - February 7th

Three Rivers District brings you their 16th Annual Klondike Derby at White River Snow Park near Government Camp. All Webelos, Boy Scout Patrols, Venture Crews and Teams are invited to join us at Mt. Hood for a day of scouting and adventure.

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Summer Camp Links

Summer Camp Reservations

Its easier than ever to make a summer camp reservation - begin by visiting the Summer Camp Reservation Page.


LDS 11 Year Old Overnighters

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)

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Online Camp Payment

Make an online camp payment for any summer camp, including Cub Scout Day Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp, Boy Scout Summer Camp.


2014 Independent Camp Declaration Form

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


Offseason Camping Links

Parent & Son Weekend Events - Mom & Me: Wilderness Survival
December 13th

Moms are encouraged to participate right along side their sons in all the action-packed activities. These include the Bb Gun and Archery ranges, an introduction to wilderness survival, outdoor cooking, and a couple camp crafts that will keep you safe along the trail. This one-day event will ease you into the Cub Scout Camping life! Location: Cub World.

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Parent & Son Weekend Events - Dad & Lad: Back to the Future
(Theater & Film) - January 31st - February 1st

Dads will want to show off right along side their sons in all exciting activities.  These include learning the ins and outs of performing on stage and behind the camera.  There may be a chance to even make your own movie! Dads will have fun finding their inner child as they enjoy this one-on-one time with their son.  This overnight experience will ease you into what summer resident camp will be like.

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Parent & Son Weekend Events - Parent & Pal: STEM! (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) - April 10th - 12th

Both parents will want to sign up for this one! This weekend is a chance to participate in some fun and magical camp activities right along side your son.  These include STEM-type activities that you do not normally see in a camp environment!  Shoot off a rocket or build a catapult.  There is endless fun to be had!  This overnight experience is a chance to visit our camp at the beach on a more relaxed schedule and enjoy a few of the perks of our camping program.

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Holiday Weekend Family Camps - May 22nd or September 4th

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.

Register 5/22 Memorial Weekend Family Camp | More Info
Register 9/4 Labor Day Weekend Family Camp | More Info


Girls' Camp - August 6th or 9th

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.

Register 8/6 ages 8-13 
Register 8/9 ages 11-13 ONLY
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Meriwether Super Weekends

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

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Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (ITOLS) - January 9th - January 10th

This hands-on program gives adult leaders the practicial outdoor skills they need to lead in the out-of-doors. This is a required Outdoor Training for all Webelos and Boy Scout Leaders. Location: Scouters Mountain.

More Info | Register


Eagle/Quartermaster Board Chair Training - January 20th

Training to qualify to chair Eagle and Quartermaster Review Boards in your District. First-time certification and re-certification classes run at the same time.

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2015 Commissioners College - March 14th

This one-day training for all commissioners features; Unit Commissioner Basic Training, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctorate Degree, Post Doctorate Certificate, and Roundtable Commissioners level of trainings.

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Youth Dutch Oven Clinic - April 11th

The Council Outdoor Cooking Committee will be conducting a Youth Dutch Oven Clinic at Butte Creek Scout Ranch.  This will be an opportunity for one adult and two youth to gain new dutch oven cooking skils to bring back to their units.

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Dutch Oven Clinic - April 12th

The Council Outdoor Cooking Committee will be conducting a Dutch Oven Clinic for adults ONLY at Butte Creek Scout Ranch.  Join us for an exploration of Dutch oven cooking tips, techniques and samples. Several Dutch oven masters will be on hand to share their tricks and answer your questions.

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BSA Climbing Instructor Training - April 17th-19th and May 1st-3rd

The Council Climbing Committee will be conducting a BSA Climbing instructor training over two weekends in April and May.  Attendence at both weekends is required to recieve a training completion card.  Rating level of the training card will depend on skill proficency.

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Woodbadge 2015 - June 4th-6th and June 18th-20th

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.

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National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT)

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.

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Shooting Sports Trainings

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.

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