Camping is the heart of Scouting!
While camping, youth learn by doing—developing self reliance and resourcefulness, social skills, and leadership all while having fun with their friends and fellow Scouts. Most importantly, camping makes memories that will last a lifetime!
Pacific Skyline Council owns and operates 3 different camps all of which are Nationally Accredited Boy Scouts of America Camps. Each camp is run by a Program Director, staffed by adults and older youth, and offers extensive programs and activities. We offer a wide range of fun camping programs and activities for all Scouts–everything from day and weekend camps, unit and family campouts, to week-long camps and high adventure trips all designed to be age appropriate.
We own three camps: Camp Oljato, Cutter Scout Reservation, and Boulder Creek Scout Reservation
Camp Facilities Comparison Chart
Camp Descriptions and More Info
(Navajo, meaning “Star Light on the Waters”) offers week-long summer camps and is located at 7000 ft. on Huntington Lake in the Sierras–about a 5-6 hour drive from the mid-peninsula.
Camp Oljato offers a well-rounded program with opportunities for adventure. Our complete aquatics, nature, handicrafts, and shooting sports areas are complemented by our highly rated dining hall and food service team and is the premier Scout camp of Pacific Skyline Council.
Cutter Scout Reservation
Cutter is currently CLOSED due to wildfire damage.
Cutter Scout Reservation located in the Santa Cruz mountains (a 1-hour drive from the mid-peninsula) serves Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA and Venturing Crews. Pacific Skyline Council sponsors weekend programming throughout the year, including Cub Scout family camps. The modern camp covers about 300 acres, and can accommodate up to 600 campers with a dining hall and swimming pool. Scouting units can rent campsites based on availability.
Boulder Creek Scout Reservation
Boulder Creek Scout Reservation, located in the Santa Cruz mountains (a 1-hour drive from the mid-peninsula) serves Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA and Venturing Crews all year round. The rustic camp covers about 300 acres of varied terrain and offers a 2.5-mile nature trail and a 3.5-mile historical trail with a history of early CA logging. Pacific Skyline Council sponsors weekend programming throughout the year, including Cub Scout family camps and Cub-Parent Weekends. Can accommodate up to 400 campers in 23 camping areas. Scouting units can rent campsites based on availability.