Camp Baldwin is located in the scenic Mount Hood National Forest near Dufur, Oregon. Tall evergreens and plentiful wildlife abound. Blue skies and warm winds on the eastern slope of Mount Hood attract many Scouts to this pine forested camp each year. Snow camping and cross-country skiing are popular activities during the winter months. Lake Hanel offers catch-and-release fishing.
Baldwin is a premier summer camp for Boy Scouts during summer months. The camp offers a number of high-adventure activities, including horseback riding, mountain biking, rock climbing and rapelling, mountainboarding, white water rafting, and windsurfing.
During the summer, Baldwin operates as a Jamboree style cooking camp, with Scouts cooking most meals in their campsite. The camp commissary prepares raw food product and delivers throughout camp twice each day to ensure plenty of quality food is provided to all campers. This patrol-style cooking lends itself well to troops wishing to strengthen their patrols and young leaders, as cooking together is a time proven way for boys to gain teamwork and leadership skills.
Camp Baldwin is a popular weekend camping destination for Boy Scouts. Winter months usually find the camp covered with snow, but still accessible, making Baldwin an ideal snow adventure destination for winter campers. Many troops take along snowshoes or cross-country skiis, and enjoy the camp and thousands of acres of surrounding forest and nearby cross-country ski trail systems.
During winter months, most troops stay inside the heated program center or the fire-heated dining hall. Tent camping is also available, and a few shelters are available under which tents can be pitched for additional shelter.
Summer Camp Reservations
Beginning with the 2016 summer camp season, all summer camp reservations will be managed using the new Tentaroo reservation system. When making a reservation, it is important that you use your unit's Tentaroo account and not a personal one. If you are a unit from the Cascade Pacific Council, you already have an account that was created for you. If you do not know your login credentials, please CLICK HERE to request them be sent to you. For step-by-step directions on using the Tentaroo system to make your units summer camp reservation, please click on the video on the right. (Double Click for Full Screen)
2018 Summer Camp
Fees this year will be different depending on the session you attend please see the sessions listed below for the price of camp. Price for adults will remain: $140/adult (1 free adult for every 8 scouts with a maximum of 3 free adults).
To see which weeks have availability please click here.
Non Summer Reservations
Available for weekend camping September through mid-June. Reservations and tour permits are required. Resident Camp Ranger is on duty each weekend. The camp consists of several cabins, tent sites (personal tents required), and program shelters and buildings.
Beginning in the Fall of 2015, all non-Summer reservations will be managed using the new Tentaroo reservation system. If you are making a reservation as part of a Scouting unit, it is important that you use your unit's Tentaroo account and not a personal one. If you are a unit from the Cascade Pacific Council, you already have an account that was created for you. If you do not know you login credentials, please CLICK HERE to request them be sent to you. For step-by-step directions on using the Tentaroo system to make your group's reservation, please click on the video on the right. (Double Click for Full Screen)
For any use by a group other than a Scout-chartered pack, troop, team, crew, ship, or post: Please begin by contacting Juliana Helwig (503.226.3423 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to inquire about open dates, facilities, and fees. All facilities carry a rental charge.
Guest groups are required to provide a deposit, certificate of insurance, hold-harmless agreement and rental contract. Details about these forms will be provided by Juliana as part of the reservation process.
|2017 Leader Guide/Council Resident Camp Planning Guide||2017 Leader Guide // Council Resident Camp Planning Guide. This guide will help your unit plan for a great summer camp experience.||Download|
|2017 Opportunity Fund Form||Form to be completed and returned by those needing financial assistance to attend camp.||Download|
|2017 Program Guide||2017 Camp Baldwin Program Guide||Download|
|Baldwin HWY Map||Map and directions to Camp Baldwin.||Download|
|Baldwin Trail Map||Map of Camp Baldwin including important property features.||Download|
|Camp Baldwin Cooking Instructions||Menu packet with cooking instructions for cooking commissary-provided ingredients in Baldwin campsites during summer camp. Also download the Camp Baldwin Menu for the weekly summary of meals planned.||Download|
|Medical Form||Medical Form - Medical Form to be completed for all outings. Form good for one year. Sections A & B required for all outings. Section C required for outings over 72 hours. Section D required for National High Adventure Bases (sec. D not used by the Cascade Pacific Council at this time).||Download|
|Packing List||What to pack for resident camp.||Download|
|Release Form: Baldwin Outbound Trips||Parental permission form necessary for RAFTING, WINDSURFING and SKI-BOWL outbound programs at Camp Baldwin. To be completed prior to camp and be accompanied with the appropriate release form for the activity. For RAFTING, the Deschutes U-Boat Release is also required. For WINDSURFING, the Big Winds Release Form is also required.||Download|
|Release Form: Big Winds Windsurfing||Permission form for WINDSURFING outbound program at Camp Baldwin. The Baldwin Outbound Permission form is also required.||Download|
|Release Form: Deschutes U-Boat Rafting||Permission form for RAFTING outbound program at Camp Baldwin. The Baldwin Outbound Permission form is also required.||Download|
|Special Needs Form||Form used to communcate special accomodations needed at camp. These may include dietary and mobility restrictions, severe allergies and medical conditions, CPAP accomodations, etc.||Download|
|Troop Roster||Each unit needs to to have a Troop roster filled out for camp. If you did not use the online reservation system to fill out a roster please fill out this roster and take it to camp with you.||Download|
|Tutorial- How To Set Up Your Online Roster||Download|