Adopt-A-Campsite For Royce-Finel

Royce-Finel is a short-term camp, formerly called Camp Cullaby. It is named after two Silver Beaver recipients, in memory of John Royce of Seaside and John Finel of Astoria, long-time supporters of Scouting. It is located at the northeast end of Cullaby Lake in Warrenton, Oregon. The only way to get there is hike the twenty minute trail around the lake or cross Cullaby Lake by canoe.

Royce-Finel has five very primitive sites requiring units to bring all their own gear. The sites main needs are clean and clear areas to pitch tents, welcoming campfire areas and metal pole shelter frames for units to put tarps over.  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 Tent
Areas
Campsite
Shelters
Picnic
Tables
Campfire
Benches
Monetary
Estimate
Funding
Sources
Construction Adopted By
Patrol Site One 2 0 0 2 $500    
Patrol Site Two 3 1 0 2 $1,000    
Patrol Site Three 3 1 0 2 $1,000    
Patrol Site Four 3 0 0 0 $300    
Patrol Site Five 3 1 0 2 $1000    

Supplemental Downloads

File Name Description  
Map - Royce-Finel Highway Map and directions to Royce-Finel. Download
Map - Royce-Finel Trail Map of Royce-Finel 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: