Welcome to the Adventure!
Exclusive Access to Our Camp Properties for Scouting Families
In 2020, we had the opportunity to open our summer camp properties to single families for camping. This was the first time we’ve been allowed to offer this exclusive opportunity.
We are currently developing additonal opportunities for families to enjoy camping with us on the Oregon Coast and in the Cascade Mountains.
In the mean time, Scouting families can work with their Scout units to schedule unit and multi-family outings via our reservation system. Contact your unit leader to make a reservation.
Pets are not allowed on CPC property.
The Sloan Family’s Experience at Camp Clark:
From the time we arrived, meeting the staff masked up, arriving at our very secluded campsite to the beaches which were empty…the staff was friendly and helpful and we felt very safe. Appreciated the pre-screening questionnaire, and phone call the day before we left for camp to field any questions we might have had. Once we arrived, we noticed the private brand-new shower house and the flushing outhouses and stainless steel hand washing sinks at the campsite. WOW!! We unexpectedly arrived to tablecloths on the tables, lidded garbage cans on each camp site and a small pile of firewood stocked and ready for campers. My boys favorite part may have been the candy at the Meriwether trading post but MY favorite part was the beach and seeing all the wildlife- a buck, rabbit, eagle, seal, and many other creatures in the tide pool area. The same weekend we were there at Clark, I had friends at Seaside and Cannon and those beaches were packed with people unlike the beaches in front of Clark/Meriwether. Grateful for that. Thank you and thank you to all the staff who made it possible to do family camping during this epidemic.
How to Make a Reservation
Work with your unit leader to make a reservation today.
Holiday Weekend Opportunities
More opportunities coming soon.
All camps include: water, covered dining shelter with picnic table, nearby private or semi-private showers and flushing outhouses.
The Williams family at Camp Clark