Tall trees & lush meadows along the river shore
Experience Camp Lewis
Camp Lewis consists of approx. 116 acres of tall trees, meadows, river shore, and developed camp sites five miles north of Battle Ground, Washington, on the Lewis River. Camp Lewis, acquired in 1956, is the only camp in the Cascade Pacific Council that is in Washington State.
Camp Lewis is one of the top Scout Camps in the council for short term camping. There are adirondacks in several campsites. There are several fire bowls, including the main camp fire bowl in the main field. There are several large fields for camping or Scout activities. Several large shelters make camping more bearable when the weather turns inclement. Snow is unlikely most of the winter at Camp Lewis which sits at about 200 ft. above sea level.
Conservation and service projects are encouraged and can be suggested by the camp chairman.
14004 NE 271st Cr
Battle Ground, WA 98604
GPS Coordinates: 45. 49.146 N / 122. 37.763 W
Location: 5 miles north of Battle Ground, Washington
Size: 116 acres
Date Acquired: 1930s