A number of covered shelters, cabins and other structures were available for use by weekend campers. The Robbins Lake waterfront was ideal for canoeing, kayaking, swimming and other aquatic activities. The camp is now closed.
The Twana Lodge was originally the Headquarters of 'Camp Twana' in the 1960's, when Hahobas was a 'Scout Reservation' with two separate camps: Tahoma and Twana.
The Twana lodge is located above the swimming beach, and to the East of the Twana campsite loop.
The lodge is partially enclosed and is ideal for conducting activities out of the weather.
The Cabin on the Hill is an enclosed cabin with space for people to sleep on cots.
Windows are open and do not have glass.
There are no beds or furnishings in the cabin.
There is no power or running water on the property.
It is located to the North of the main parking lot.
The Bear Bowl was the signature icon of camp, the home of countless campfire programs, camporees, summer camp programs, skits, songs and more.
The Bear Bowl made a great place for units to have an evening campfire program, Court of Honor, or other ceremony.
In this photo, Summer Camp Staff and alumni gathered for the final campfire on February 27, 2016, to share memories and reflect on over 80 years of Scouting experiences at Camp Hahobas; a place many have called home.
The Handicrafts Hut was originally the Order of the Arrow Lodge, and was re-purposed as a Handicrafts Center, where Scouts would work on merit badges.
The Handicrafts Hut is a covered, enclosed building with covered porches on three sides.
There is room for several picnic tables under the porches, and an open-air classroom space for teaching Scouting skills.
Karlinsey field is a level, grassy field that is ideal for games, assemblies or other activities that require open space. It is located adjacent to the Chinook and Eena Campsites.
In the 1960's, the field was the location of the Camp Twana Archery Range, and was later converted to an assembly field during summer camp years.
The Nature Lodge is a smaller partially enclosed shelter, with space for 4 picnic tables inside.
It is located near the Twana Campsite loop.
It is ideal for cooking and feeding people out of the weather, during the winter months.
The 'legacy' Trading Post was used back in the 1960's and 1970's as the main Trading Post at camp.
In the 2000's, camp staff renamed it the 'Fruitcake Lodge', because it was the site of the Scoutmaster's Dutch Oven Cook-offs, and apparently many Scoutmasters cooked fruit cake.
This structure has an enclosed building with porch, and a large, covered area with picnic tables, ideal for gathering when the weather is bad.
Camp Hahobas surrounds the southern end of Robbins Lake, which offered a beach for swimming, canoeing, kayaking and fishing.
The waterfront beach is located near the Twana Lodge, at the South end of the lake.