We are sorry that the wrong MB Selection Sheet for the Scouts was inadvertantly put on the website.
Please use the newest one posted on May 7th.
Thanks for your understanding.
COME & CELEBRATE OUR 75th ANNIVERSARY WITH US!
THE QUEST TO MAKUALLA
Know Your Elders
Hone Your Skills
Gather Your Supplies
Embark Upon Your Journey
(You will learn more when you arrive at camp and get instructions on this year's scavenger hunt)
VENTURE CREWS (CO-ED) ARE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE.
Crater Lake Council offers an awesome long-term camping experience for everyone at Camp Makualla, located on Crescent Lake, offering a spectacular view of Diamond Peak.
We have tons of special activities planned for this summer. Those of you who are regulars every summer are going to appreciate the changes we have in store.
New Merit Badges include Search & Rescue, Fingerprinting and Water Sports. Our waterfront continues to grow and take advantage of the beautiful Crescent Lake. There is no better place to be in the summer than our own Boy Scout Camp Makualla. The water is fresh and clear and the scenery is beautiful. Whether you are staying at camp to take a merit badge and/ or go through our Trail to First Class or want to leave camp to take one of our many Outbound Trips, there is a good time to be had by everyone.
Boy Scouting is designed to take place outdoors. It is in the outdoor setting that Scouts share responsibilities and learn to live with one another. The skills and activities practiced at troop meetings come alive with purpose. Being close to nature helps Boy Scouts gain an appreciation for the beauty of the world around us.
Summer Camp is one of the single-most important events that a Boy Scout can attend. It will be one of the great experiences in the life of a Scout. Each program, merit badge, and evening campfire will linger in his memory for years to come. Scouts have the opportunity to put their outdoor skills to the test, to work with one another and to make life long friends. There is much to experience, to learn and to enjoy on a summer camp adventure.
Week 5 is full and we are not accepting any new registrations for that session
Week 1 has been cancelled
Outbound and High Adventure include but are not limited to:
- Rock Climbing at Smith Rock - overnight trips to the world-famous sport-climbing destination
- Whitewater Rafting - guided trips on the Deschutes River
- Hikes and Backpacking – Cowhorn Mountain, Diamond Peak and more
- Mountain Biking - daily trips on nationally recognized bike trails
- GPS Eco-Tours - a treasure hunt using GPS and map and compass skills
- Kayaking on Marsh Creek and Crescent Lake – this is a great day trip for all Scouts or overnight at our Echo Island or Simax Beach
- Caving - explore lava tubes and caves
- Crater Lake Trip – if you have traveled to us by train, visit Crater Lake while waiting for your afternoon train
Get your reservation form in now!
Forms: (Links coming soon!)
Camp Staff Application
Annual Health Form
USDA confidential meal application
Special Needs Form
Opportunity Fund Application
Camp Menu (will be on line in May)
Leader's Guide (NOW ONLINE)
Merit Badge Selection Sheet (each Scout should use this to choose their classes)
Troop Merit Badge Summary Sheet (submit this ASAP to secure your Scout's spots in MB Classes)
Merit Badge list with pre-requisites