Welcome to Camp Clark
Location: Oregon Coast near Tillamook
Age: 9 - 10 years old (Webelos program)
Main Activities: Beach geology, war canoe building, Gaga ball, trail biking, woodcraft, tidepool exploration, archery, pellet gun range (NEW), cast-iron chef
2019 camp schedule and fees coming soon!
In general, Camp Clark sessions run weekly (Sunday - Saturday) between July and August. Registration for 2019 opens on Nov. 3.
Session 1- June 27 - July 2, 2019 (Thurs - Tue)
Session 2- July 7- 12, 2019
Session 3- July 14 - 19, 2019
Session 4- July 21 - 26, 2019
Session 5- July 28 - Aug 2, 2019
Session 6- Aug 4 - 9, 2019
Session 7- Aug 11 - 13, 2019 (Sun - Tue)
Session 8- Aug 15 - 17, 2019 (Thurs - Sat)
About Camp Clark
Fun and adventure at the Oregon Coast! Wake up each day to an ocean breeze, discover sea urchins, star fish and sand dollars in beautiful Oregon tidepools. Learn pioneering skills like blacksmithing, weaving and candle making in our Frontier Village. Participate in bonfires on the beach at night.
Camp Clark is named in honor of the Meriwether Lewis and William Clark Expedition in 1804 and its winter stay at Ft. Clatsop near the Columbia River, north of what is now the Meriwether-Clark Scout reservation.
Special Programming for Webelos
Camp Clark provides a premier overnight camping opportunity found nowhere else in Cascade Pacific Council for Webelos (Scouts who will attend the 4th and 5th grade during the fall). Camp Clark is a resident camp. Special programming is aimed at helping Webelos make a smooth transition into Scouts. This includes a visit to next-door Camp Meriwether to check out the activities that older Scouts enjoy.
Scouts and their Scout leaders have the opportunity to stay in campsites, sleeping in separate, framed two-person canvas tents on elevated wooden platforms. Everyone eats together in the camp dining hall, cafeteria style, and all participate in Scouting fun and adventure.
|2018 Clark Program Guide||2018 Clark Program Guide (Updated 6/16/2017)||Download|
|2018 Leader Guide / Council Resident Camp Planning Guide||2018 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|
|Camp Clark Hwy Map||Map and directions to the Meriwether/Clark Reservation.||Download|
|Camp Clark Trail Map||Trail Map of Camp Clark.||Download|
|Clark Menu||2018 Camp Clark Menus||Download|
|Cub Scout Resident Camp Den Roster||Each unit needs to to have a den 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|
|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||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 Need 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|
|Tutorial- How To Set Up Your Online Roster||Download|