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2525 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
Eugene, OR, 97401
United States

5414854433

Oregon Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America serves more than 5,000 youth, supported by over 2,500 adults in over 400 units. It includes 7 districts in 6 counties covering Western Oregon including communities like Eugene, Springfield, Corvallis, Roseburg, and Coos Bay. Scouts are also served along the Oregon Coast is covered from Lincoln City to Brookings. 

Cub Summer Camp

"Adventure on the HIgh SEAS"

2 Sessions: August 13-16 or August 17-20
$100 Scouts ($120 After July 25)
$50 Adults

All Scouts will receive their very own rain gutter regatta boat to build and race on the last day of camp!

Come enjoy our program themed to the era of Pirates and Exploration for a great time for you, your son, and his friends! Excitement for one boy and his parent or 12 boys and their leaders!


Open to all Cub Scouts and Webelos. Come join us for the best Cub Scout camping experience on the Oregon Coast! Camp Baker offers you a fun and safe environment with covered sleeping, all your meals provided, and shower/restroom facilities for everyone. Each of your nine great meals are prepared by our outstanding chef and kitchen staff. Program opportunities led by our qualified staff include: boating, swimming, BB gun and archery, slingshots, rockets, hiking, nature, chess, fishing, crafts, campfires, dunes, rock climbing, sports, games, belt loops, Cub Scout advancement and a well-stocked trading post.

Camping Arrangements
All campers are assigned to a campsite by den and/or pack. Each campsite either has several roomy 2-3 person canvas wall tents, built on wood platforms OR three-sided wooden Adirondack structures with bunk beds. Campers bring their own sleeping bag, pad, pillow, and personal items. Campers may also bring their own tents, if preferred.

Individual boys, dens or the entire pack can come!  We’ll put your group together in the same campsite.  If you come as a boy/parent combination without anyone else from your pack, we will place you in a campsite with other families from your general area.

Leadership
We recommend a parent-child experience, however a leader may chaperon up to three total Scouts. A minimum of one adult per three Cubs is required. All adults need to be trained in Youth Protection.

  • You may arrive in the afternoon, after 1:00 PM and up until 5:30 PM, to be in time for dinner and flags at 6:00 PM. Other arrival times may be arranged, but we do encourage on time arrivals.
  • All youth and adults attending camp must bring a copy of their  BSA medical form with parts A & B completed to camp with them (health history -- no doctor required). This will be required at check-in.

Camp Baker is an accredited camp (for health, safety, and program) by the National Council, BSA.

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