Camp Lewis consists of approx. 116 acres of tall trees, meadows, river shore, and developed camp sites five miles north of Battle Ground, Washington, on the Lewis River. Camp Lewis acquired in 1956 is the only camp in the Cascade Pacific Council that is in Washington State.
During July and the first part of August, Camp Lewis is used as a Cub Scout Day Camp. Cub Scout day camp at Camp Lewis is an exciting program for young Cub Scouts. The camp features crafts, games, BB guns and archery, songs and skits...all the fun a Cub Scout has been looking forward to all year long! The rest of the year, the camp is open for reservation and use by Scouts.
Camp Lewis is one of the top Boy Scout Camps in the Council for short term camping. There are adirondacks in several campsites. There are several fire bowls, including the main camp fire bowl in the main field. There are several large fields for camping or Scout activities. Several large shelters make camping more bearable when the weather turns inclement. Snow is unlikely most of the winter at Camp Lewis which sits at about 200 ft. above sea level.
Conservation and service projects are encouraged and can be suggested by the camp chairman. Reservations are required.
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)
Non Summer Reservations
Available for weekend camping September through mid-June. Reservations are required. Camp caretaker is on duty each weekend. The camp consists of several tent sites (personal tents required), and program shelters.
SW Washington Session 6
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 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.
2019 Summer Camp
Reservations begin November 3, 2018 at The University of Scouting!
To see which weeks have availability please click here.
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