Camp Baldwin

Welcome to Camp Baldwin

Location: Mt. Hood National Forest (near Dufur), Oregon
For Ages: 11 - 17
Main Activities: High adventure activities like rock climbing, white water rafting, mountain biking, windsurfing, mountain boarding, backcountry horseback riding, kayaking and more.
Featured Programs: Baldwin Horsemanship Program, Jamboree-style cooking 


2019 Camp Baldwin Schedule & Prices 

Fees for 2019 will vary depending on the session you attend and whether you are attending from in or out of Council. Please see the sessions below for the price of camp.  Price for adults: $155/adult (1 free adult for every 8 scouts with a maximum of 3 free adults).

  • 2019 Baldwin Week 2 - Boys & Girls
    June 30 to July 06
    Base Price: $340 per person
    In Council Troops:  $320 per person
    Register Today

  • 2019 Baldwin Week 3 Boys & Girls
    July 07 to July 13
    Base Price: $370 per person
    In Council Troops: $350 per person
    Register Today

  • 2019 Baldwin Week 4 Boys & Girls
    July 14 to July 20
    Base Price: $370 per person
    In Council Troops: $350 per person

    Register Today
  • 2019 Baldwin Week 5 Boys & Girls
    July 21 to July 27
    Base Price: $370 per person
    In Council Troops: $350 per person
    Register Today

  • 2019 Baldwin Week 6 Boys Only
    July 28 to August 03
    Base Price: $355 per person
    In Council Troops: $335 per person
    Register Today

  • 2019 Baldwin Week 7 Boys Only (Monday Start)
    August 05 to August 10
    Base Price: $340 per person
    In Council Troops: $320 per person
    Register Today

  • 2019 Baldwin Week 8 Boys & Girls
    August 11 to August 17
    Base Price: $340 per person
    In Council Troops: $320 per person
    Register Today

About Camp Baldwin

Renowned as a high-adventure Scout camp, Baldwin delivers extreme outdoor programs to Scouts in the scenic Mt. Hood National Forest.  Located less than 20 miles west of Dufur, Oregon and protected among tall evergreens and plentiful wildlife, Camp Baldwin offers horseback riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, windsurfing, mountain boarding among other outdoor experiences. 

Camp Baldwin is the ideal destination for a snow adventure for winter campers. Snow camping and cross-country skiing are popular activities among troops as they enjoy thousands of acres of surrounding forest and nearby cross-country trail systems throughout the winter months.

Horsemanship Program

Sign-up for fun and exciting horse rides and venture into the Mt. Hood National Forest. Older Scouts can participate in the "Wrangler-in-Training" program called CL Advanced Wrangler to learn advanced horse skills and assist the wranglers throughout the week as they prepare horses for rides.  

Jamboree-Style Cooking

Scouts cook most of their meals in the campsite, which supports the camps' long-standing focus on the Patrol Method. Using the Patrol Method, Scouts develop teamwork and leadership skills. Camp staff deliver raw food ingredients twice a day to ensure fresh, quality food for our Scouts.


Camp Downloads

File Name Description
2018 Leader Guide/Council Resident Camp Planning Guide 2018 Leader Guide // Council Resident Camp Planning Guide. This guide will help your unit plan for a great summer camp experience. (Updated 5/29/18 with new Pre Camp Meeting Location) Download
2018 Program Guide 2018 Camp Baldwin Program Guide - Updated May 10, 2018 Download
Baldwin - Cooking Merit Badge Guide This Merit Badge Guide will help units with plan and prepare Scouts who are interested in working on cooking and preparation requirements to be met at Camp Baldwin during a summer session. Prior work is required at home to meet all requirements. Instruction outlines, requirement breakdowns according to where requirements are met, and a Menu Packet are provided. Download
Baldwin Menu Packet 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
Baldwin Menus 2018 Camper Menus. Detailed by day and meal. Includes Vegetarian, Dairy Free, and Gluten Free menu alternatives. Please submit Special Needs Forms to the Camping Department to have your dietary needs met at least two-weeks in advance. Download
Baldwin Outbound Permission Forms Parental permission form necessary for RAFTING, WINDSURFING, SKI-BOWL, and TIMBERLINE LODGE outbound programs at Camp Baldwin. To be completed prior to camp and be accompanied with the appropriate release form for the activity. Individual waivers for Rafting, Windsurfing, and Skibowl are attached. Update May 10, 2018 Download
Camp Baldwin HWY Map Map and directions to Camp Baldwin. Download
Camp Baldwin Trail Map Map of Camp Baldwin including important property features. 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
Opportunity Fund Form 2019 Form to be completed and returned by those needing financial assistance to attend camp. Download
Packing List What to pack for resident camp. Download
Special Needs Form Form used to communicate special accommodations needed at camp. These may include dietary and mobility restrictions, severe allergies and medical conditions, CPAP accommodations, 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