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Camp Baldwin Reservations

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Baldwin 2023 Summer Camp Reservations

Important notes before making a reservation.
-Registrations must be made as a Troop. No individual reservations will be accepted. If you need assistance accessing your Unit account, please email 492.camping@scouting.org.
-Female and Male troops cannot be on the same reservation but can site and leadership share (let us know in the notes during registration).
-Make sure you have 2 adults on the reservation for youth protection coverage. If you are leadership sharing with another Troop, please indicate this in the notes.
-National Standards state every scout has a buddy at camp. Reservations must have a minimum of 2 youth and 2 adults. If you only have one adult but are leadership sharing with another Troop, please indicate this in the notes during registration.
First adult is free. Additional adults are $239.
SessionDatesIn-Council BaseIn-Council Early (registered by 9/15/22)Out-of-Council BaseOut-of-Council Early (registered by 9/15/22)StatusRegister
Session 1July 16 - July 22$499$482$518$518OpenRESERVE
Session 2July 23 - July 29$499$482$518$503OpenRESERVE
Session 3July 30 - August 5$499$482$518$503OpenRESERVE
Session 4August 6 - August 12$477$461$499$484OpenRESERVE

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

Camping Services– (503) 225-5759

 

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. 

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