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NOTE: Weeks are filling up. The last session of All Pack Camp will still have Webelos programming. Alternatively, Butte Creek's 4-day sessions are also intended to be a Webelos Resident Camping experience.
Acquired in 1926, the Meriwether/Clark Reservation located south of Cape Lookout is the earliest camp owned by Cascade Pacific Council, BSA. The 780 acre Meriwether/Clark Scout reservation is on the Oregon coast at the base of Cape Lookout, twenty miles south of Tillamook. It takes approximately 2 hours to drive to Camp Clark from Portland, so please plan accordingly.
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.
Camp Clark provides a premier overnight camping opportunity found nowhere else in Cascade Pacific Council for Webelos (boys who will attend the 4th and 5th grade during the fall). Camp Clark is a resident camp. This means that both boys and their scout leaders have the opportunity to stay at camp for an entire week. Camp Clark will also offer some 3-day, 2-night camp sessions, new in 2018! Scouts and leaders stay in campsites, sleeping in separate, framed two-man canvas tents on elevated wooden platforms. Everyone eats together in the camp dining hall, cafeteria style, and all participate in a week-long program of Scouting fun and adventure.
Camp Clark has a Native American-inspired theme that influences many of its stations and activities. Ceremonies will occur at several points throughout the week that will emphasize the importance of Scouting and instill a sense of duty in each participant that attends.
Program highlights include: BB gun, archery, and slingshot ranges, nature studies, Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) programs, campfire programs, woodworking, crafts, and other memorable activities that are sure to leave a lasting positive impact on all youth that attend. In addition to the regular program areas, Scouts of Webelos rank can choose from a variety of different elective stations from within each program area during their rotation times. These stations will help the Webelos make a smooth transition into Boy Scouting by teaching them fun and useful skills that they will be sure to carry with them throughout their Scouting careers and their lives. At the end of the week, each Webelos Den attending Camp Clark will be sure to leave a stronger, better team; one step closer to the Arrow of Light and excited about their future in Boy Scouts.
At the end of the week, Webelos also hike to Camp Meriwether, the Boy Scout camp south of Camp Clark to see what it will offer them in their future Scout camping experiences.
In addition to taking part in the station rotation within super areas, Scouts can enjoy various other activities such as: tide pool hikes, gaga ball tournaments, camp wide tug-of-war, seeking out bioluminescent plankton during the night hike, and many more!
Camp Clark also hosts one session of Girls' Camp and All Pack camp at the end of the summer. This session will include girls ages 8-13 (siblings of Cub Scouts or Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, American Heritage Girls, and friends of Scouts) as well as packs who may want their whole unit to attend camp together regardless of rank. The program is designed to be almost identical to the Webelos program offered all summer to our Webelos Scouts, as this is what many families have requested. This is an amazing opportunity!
As evidenced by the amazing photos above, Camp Clark is right next to the beach! Webelos and their leaders can take advantage by playing in the sand, examining sea-life in the local marine gardens, and enjoying breathtaking views of the ocean from the dining hall or from campsites along the bluff.
Camp Clark's facilities are available for off-season (September through mid-June) Short term camping by reservation. Available facilities include the Dining hall, Staff Cabins, and the various camp sites.
Summer Camp Reservations
All summer camp reservations are managed using the 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 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 units summer camp reservation, please click on the video on the right. (Double Click for Full Screen)
Non Summer Reservations
Available for weekend camping September through mid-June. Reservations and tour permits are required. Resident Camp Rangers and Campmaster crew are on duty each weekend. The camp consists of several cabins, tent sites (personal tents required), and program shelters.
All non-Summer reservations are managed using the 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 email@example.com) 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.
2018 Summer Camp
Fees: $320/scout, $140/adult for the week long session and is $205/scout, $70/adult for the 3 day / 2 night session. (1 free adult for every 6 scouts with a maximum of 3 free adults).
To see which weeks have availability please click here.
2018 Clark Session 1 (3-day / 2-night) July 01, 2018 to July 03Register Today
2018 Clark Session 2 (3-day / 2-night) July 05, 2018 to July 07Register Today
2018 Clark Session 3 July 08, 2018 to July 13Register Today
2018 Clark Session 4 July 15, 2018 to July 20Register Today
2018 Clark Session 5 July 22, 2018 to July 27Register Today
2018 Clark Session 6 July 29, 2018 to August 03Register Today
2018 Clark Session 7 (3-day / 2-night) August 05, 2018 to August 07Register Today
2018 Clark session 8 (3-day / 2- night) August 08, 2018 to August 10Register Today
2018 Clark Session 9 (All Pack & Sisters Camp) August 12, 2018 to August 17Register Today
|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.||Download|
|Camp Clark Hwy Map||Map and directions to the Meriwether/Clark Reservation.||Download|
|Camp Clark Trail Map||Trail Map of Camp Clark.||Download|
|Choosing Camp Clark Electives and Outbound Adventure||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|