Adopt-A-Campsite For Camp Cooper

Camp Cooper has a unique terrain creating a need for newly designed campsites that both compliment the land in which they reside and the function in which the serve as a weekend camping destination year-round and a training facility during the summer.  This new design requires 4 person minidacks based on a taller version of the standard 2 person design.

Winter weather at Camp Cooper dictates how much of the camp is constructed.  Campsite structures must be build to handle snow and heavy rain.  New campsite shelters are built with heavy metal roofs and good reinforcement.  Pictures of various structures can be seen above. 

Camp Meriwether built four new washstands in 2015 that have now become the model for all campsites throughout the council.  All washstands throughout camp need to be upgraded to this new design as part of the Centennial Adopt-A-Campsite program.  Campsite signage, campfire areas, bulletin boards, flag poles and ax yards are all to be included as part of the program as well.  See the chart and links below in the Campsite Needs Summary section for the exact needs of each campsite.

Campsite Needs Summary 

Click on a campsite name below for more information about the needs for that site.

Campsite 4-Person Minidacks Campsite
Construction Adopted By
Big Snag 5 1 0 4 $13,000    
Foxfire 5 1 0 4 $13,000    
Happy Wanderer 5 2 0 4 $14,500    
Hill Point 5 1 1 4 $14,000    
Lacamas 7 2 0 4 $18,500    
Lafayette 5 1 0 4 $12,500    
Lil' Nestuc' 5 1 0 4 $13,000    
Lucky Beaver 5 1 0 4 $13,500    
Rainbow's End 5 2 0 4 $14,500    
Whispering Yew 5 1 0 4 $13,500    

Supplemental Downloads

File Name Description  
Map - Cooper Highway Map and directions to Camp Cooper. Download
Map - Cooper Trail Map of Camp Cooper including important property features. Download

Adopt-A-Campsite Interest Form

If your group is interested in participating in this project, or for more information, please contact or fill out the interest form below: