Camp Hahobas Scout Reservation is a 120 acre Scout Camp, owned by the Pacific Harbors Council, Boy Scouts of America. It is located near Tahuya, WA, above the Hood Canal.
After over 80 years of providing camping to the Scouts of the Mount Rainier and Pacific Harbors Council, the Camp Hahobas summer camp program was shut down in 2016, and the camp property put up for sale.
After two years of negotiations, a sale of the majority of the camp property to the Department of Natural Resources and the Great Peninsula Conservancy was approved by the Pacific Harbors Council Executive Board.
Excluded from the sale were three parcels of land, comprising 120 acres encompassing the southern portion of the main camp area (Camp Twana), plus the rifle range.
This 120 acres includes the Bear Bowl, the Nature, Enviro. Sciences & Fruitcake Lodges, the Robbins Lake waterfront & boathouse, portions of U lake, the Twana Lodge, Archery Range, Handicrafts and Fools on the Hill.
This property re-opened on May 1, 2019 to... Read More
From Belfair, Washington:
Take Hwy 300 west from Belfair.
You will pass Belfair State Park, then Hwy 300 west becomes Northshore Road.
Turn right on Belfair-Tahuya Rd (Just past North Shore storage).
Stay on Belfair-Tahuya Rd until you pass the 7 mile marker.
Not long after you will turn right on Dewatto.
Stay on Dewatto until you... Read More
Pacific Harbors Council, BSA - Summit Lake, WA
Camp Thunderbird is located on the shore of Summit Lake, WA and is home to Pacific Harbors Council's Cub Scout and Boy Scout camping programs.
Situated on 200 acres, Camp Thunderbird is the Pacific Harbors Council's premier camp for Cub Scout activities.
Camp Thunderbird offers an array of camping options, from tent sites, to adirondacks to full dormitory style cabins. The rustic dining hall is a perfect place for any camper to unwind at the end of a long day of program.
The camp also offers multiple classrooms, a swimming hole, water front, shooting ranges, a first class outdoor chapel, a campfire bowl and more.
Pacific Harbors Council website.