Adopt-A-Campsite For Camp Lewis

Surounded on two sides by the Lewis River East Fork, Camp Lewis provides a secluded atmosphere for its many campers.  Although its summer camp season is composed of only two weeks of Cub Scout day camp, Camp Lewis is the second most visited property in the council due to its high volume weekend camping use making campsite renovation of upmost importance.

The camp is filled with structures in need of replacement. Adirondack floors are deteriorating and structure roofs would leak if moss and debris was removed, if they aren't leaking already.  In addition to campsite structure upgrades, the site needs a entry sign, bulletin board, flag pole, ax yard and a renovated campfire area.

 

CLICK HERE to Donate to the Adopt-A-Campsite Project at Camp Lewis


Campsite Needs Summary 

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

Campsite 4-Person Minidacks Campsite
Shelters
Picnic
Tables
Campfire
Benches
Monetary
Estimate
Funding
Sources
Construction Adopted By
Ft. Borst 2 1 1 4 $8,000    
Ft. Canby 4 2 2 4 $13,500    
Ft. Cascades 4 2 2 4 $13,500 BMW/ Troop 310 Troop 310
Ft. Lewis 4 2 2 4 $13,500    
Ft. Rains 4 2 2 4 $13,500    
Ft. Riggs 4 1 1 4 $11,000    
Ft. Simcoe 8 4 4 6 $25,000    

 

CLICK HERE to Donate to the Adopt-A-Campsite Project at Camp Lewis 


Supplemental Downloads

File Name Description  
Map - Lewis Highway Map and directions to Camp Lewis. Download
Map - Lewis Trail Map of Camp Lewis 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  100campsites@bsa.camp or fill out the interest form below: