Welcome to the wild, wild west! The moment each Cub Scout steps onto Main Street and lays eyes on the old frontier town of Butte Creek, he or she will find it easy to imagine themselves as part of the wild west. Butte Creek has a western town Main Street, and each day the mail is delivered by the Pony Express.


Participate in the “hootenanny,” a party on Main Street featuring games, a moseying contest and includes a special visit from Butte Creek’s very own sheriff. Enjoy a weekly Street Show for the entire family that’s a walk-through the history of the American West.


Following the 2020 wildfires that destroyed nearly all of Butte Creek’s campsites, donors responded immediately, allowing us to rebuild all of our campsites for Summer Camp (See the Full Story).

Meanwhile, we have new wash stations and flushing outhouses for a cleaner experience for kids and families.  (Remember: this is a working horse ranch, so you are guaranteed to get a dirty too!  But this is where Cub Scouts go to get GRIT!) 


Each pack stays in a campsite identified by different “brands.” The brands are Setting Sun, Lazy B, Yellow Rose, Happy River, Circle T, 2 of Hearts, Flying J, Rocking K, and the newest site, Walking 3. Meals are served in a large full service dining hall.


Renowned as a high-adventure Scout camp, Camp Baldwin delivers extreme outdoor programs to Scouts in the scenic Mt. Hood National Forest.  Hidden among tall evergreen trees and surrounded by 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.


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.  


You and your family can enjoy 2.5 miles of beachfront, trails, and state park-like amenities plus private showers and restrooms.

Besides easy access to the beach and million-dollar ocean views, all summer Camp Clark’s cool, verdant forest campsites are available to a limited number of Scouting families for two nights or longer. You’ll have your own designated campsite, fire ring, dining shelter, and plumbed bathroom with a hot shower.

Use Camp Clark as your jumping off point for area attractions such as the Tillamook creamery, fishing, crabbing, hiking, or nearby Pacific City. Or stay put and explore the beach, tide pools, and forest together. Camp Clark has everything you need for an unforgettable family vacation.


Camp in group campsites complete with three-sided shelters, restrooms and shower houses. Is campsite camping not your style?

Two family cabins are available, too. Premium Cabins information.

  • Each cabin has a bathroom with shower, and a small kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, and toaster oven.
  • Each cabin has a bathroom with shower, and a small kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, and toaster oven.
  • Each cabin has a bathroom with shower, and a small kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, and toaster oven.
  • The area outside each cabin can accommodate one vehicle.
  • These cabins are rented for *$250 for Tue-Thur sessions; *$310 for Fri-Sun sessions, and $370 for holiday weekend Fri-Mon sessions.
    • * Subject to change based on councils pricing. This pricing was updated on 11/13/2022.
  • If you would like to rent one of the cabins, be sure to note that on your online reservation form after making sure a cabin is available for your preferred dates.
  • Contact Volunteer Services or the Camping Team for questions related to your reservation, fees, refunds, membership, youth protection training, etc.:


Off-Season at Camp Clark

Council camps are great places for pack and troop camping weekends. Details at