Let's Go Camping!
Welcome to Chief Seattle Council Outdoor Adventures. With programs designed for maximum fun and achievement, camp offers once-in-a-lifetime adventures for a pure Scouting experience. Choose your program to get started.
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Situated at the foothills of the Cascade mountain range approximately one hour from Seattle, Camp Edward offers many fun camp activities to youth as well as rental opportunities. Camp features include a beautifully renovated dining hall, waterfront, BB gun and archery ranges, play fields, nature trails and a fantastic craft lodge. Campsites have two-man canvas tents (during the summer) and cabins with bunks. Showers and restroom facilities are centrally located.
Camp Parsons is situated on the Olympic Peninsula “where the mountains meet the sea”. This beautiful setting offers the rare experience of canoeing on glassy salt water, while gazing along a densely forested shoreline. Camp Parsons is one of the oldest Scout camps in America, providing wilderness adventure to Scouts and Scouters since 1919. Special features include the climbing tower, 16-position rifle and archery ranges, and the Fort Dukabush museum. Swimming, canoeing, and sailing in the saltwater aquatics area are other popular activities available to visitors.
Located at the foot of the Cascade Range, Camp Pigott features a large lake, a climbing tower, COPE courses (high and low), a spacious dining facility, beautiful new campfire bowl, plus all-new activities such as shotgun sports facilities, mountain bike skills course, and MUCH more. There is a modern central building with private showers, and each campsite features canvas tents on platforms (during the summer) or Adirondack shelters with bunks, and new flush toilet facilities. A great place for camping programs as well as rental groups.
Camp Sheppard is located in the spectacular Cascade Mountains, just minutes from Mount Rainier National Park and Crystal Mountain ski area. Cliffs tower overhead, pristine falls can be found nearby, and giant elk freely roam the meadows. Visitors stay in heated cabins with bunks and may enjoy hiking, cross country skiing, inner tubing (weather permitting) or games in the cozy lodge. The lodge features a dining hall and kitchen, and the restrooms with showers are centrally located.