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2021 Reservations Now Open!

2021 Camp Baldwin Schedule & Prices

Fees for 2021 will vary depending on the session you attend and whether you are attending from in or out of Council. Please see the sessions below for the price of camp.  Price for adults: $189/adult or $181 for in Council troops (1 free adult for every 8 scouts with a maximum of 3 free adults).

If your session is marked as Full or Near Full, you will need to contact the council office 503 226 3423.   Full Sessions are dangerously close to Bursting Capacity.  Near full sessions have room but should be for reserved units to add to their existing reservations. We will do everything possible to help you find a session for your Troop. 

All prices shown are per Scout.

SessionDatesBase PriceIn-Council PriceStatusRegister
Week 01July 11-17$436 (Earlybird $416)$416 (Earlybird $395)OpenRESERVE
Week 02July 18-24$436 (Earlybird $416)$416 (Earlybird $395)OpenRESERVE
Week 03July 25-31$436 (Earlybird $416)$416 (Earlybird $395)OpenRESERVE
Week 04August 1-7$418 (Earlybird $398)$398 (Earlybird $378)OpenRESERVE
Week 05August 8-14$399 (Earlybird $380)$380 (Earlybird $361)OpenRESERVE

ABOUT CAMP Baldwin

Renowned as a high-adventure Scout camp, Baldwin delivers extreme outdoor programs to Scouts in the scenic Mt. Hood National Forest.  Located less than 20 miles west of Dufur, Oregon and protected among tall evergreens and plentiful wildlife, Camp Baldwin offers horseback riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, windsurfing, mountain boarding among other outdoor experiences. 

Camp Baldwin is the ideal destination for a snow adventure for winter campers. Snow camping and cross-country skiing are popular activities among troops as they enjoy thousands of acres of surrounding forest and nearby cross-country trail systems throughout the winter months.
 

Horsemanship Program

Sign-up for fun and exciting horse rides and venture into the Mt. Hood National Forest. Older Scouts can participate in the “Wrangler-in-Training” program called CL Advanced Wrangler to learn advanced horse skills and assist the wranglers throughout the week as they prepare horses for rides.  

Jamboree-Style Cooking

Scouts cook most of their meals in the campsite, which supports the camps’ long-standing focus on the Patrol Method. Using the Patrol Method, Scouts develop teamwork and leadership skills. Camp staff deliver raw food ingredients twice a day to ensure fresh, quality food for our Scouts.

Location: Mt. Hood National Forest (near Dufur), Oregon
For Ages: 11 – 17
Main Activities: High adventure activities like rock climbing, white water rafting, mountain biking, windsurfing, mountain boarding, backcountry horseback riding, kayaking and more.
Featured Programs: Baldwin Horsemanship Program, Jamboree-style cooking 

Forms & Guides

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Key Contacts

Chris Herold – (503) 225-5755
Camping Director

Gary Cuppy – (503) 965-6541
Ranger, Camp Meriwether / Clark

Jeanette Leach – (503) 225-5706
Camping Assistant

Steve Parks – (503) 965-6541
Ranger, Camp Meriwether / Clark

Property Facts

Mailing Address:
76201 Dufur Valley Road
Dufur, OR 97021

GPS Coordinates: 45. 24.257 N / 121. 25.484 W

Location: 17 miles west of Dufur, Oregon on Highway 44

Elevation: 3600ft

Size: 680 acres

Date Acquired: 1928-1946. Present site on North side of Highway 44 was acquired about 1957 and began operation in 1962.