Cascade Pacific Council manages a dozen properties from the Pacific Ocean to Mt. Hood, from Clark County in southwest Washington to Linn County, Oregon on the council’s southern border. The properties are used for camping year round for Cub Scout and Boy Scout summer resident camps, winter lodge overnighters, day camps, off-season weekend camping, and everything in between. In celebration of our Council’s 100th Anniversary in 2016, we are launching a massive renovation project to upgrade 100 campsites across all of our facilities.
Thanks to the investment of generous organizations the work has already begun. Your organization can also play a part in this council-wide renovation campaign. Currently our campsites range in scope and breadth of what is needed. Some need simple service project work like clearing trails. Others need a complete rebuild of nearly all structures. Each partnering organization will be matched with campsites that best meets their interest and ability to invest in time, talent, and funding.
As your organization considers investing in a campsite, you may want to think about other organizations that you are involved with that may wish to do the same. With a project of this magnitude, too many hands is not a issue. Some possibilities of groups that may be a perfect match for this campaign include but are not limited to:
- Current Scouting units and their chartering organizations
- Unit alumni groups — especially Eagle Scouts
- Religious institutions
- Service clubs
- Fraternal organizations
- Veterans groups
- Military units
- OA Wauna La’Montay Lodge and its chapters
- Wood Badge patrols
- And more...
|Flyer - Centennial Adopt-A-Campsite Program||Flyer describing the 100 Campsites / Centennial Adopt-A-Campsite program that strives to renovate 100 campsites at CPC properties in honor of our 100th Anniversary in 2016.||Download|
Adopt-A-Campsite Interest Form
If your group is interested in participating in this project, or for more information, please contact email@example.com or fill out the interest form below: