Camp Hahobas Scout Reservation - Pacific Harbors Council
Join us February 14, 15 & 16, 2015 for a get ready for Summer Camp service weekend
Come join with fellow staff, alumni, OA, troops, and anyone else who loves Camp Hahobas. We will be working on the new mountain bike track: removing the stacked firewood to the woodshed, removing the processed wood to the shop, checking out what the brush mower has done, making tweaks to the written plan(with a sketch) of the trail and starting the process of packing and sculpting the trail.
REMEMBER The last day for the Early Bird discount is June 1, 2015.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BEING A PART OF OUR CAMP HAHOBAS STAFF? Apply online by filling out a 2015 Hahobas Staff Application.
Remember camp is open for use all year round. Check out the Camp Hahobas Calendar, to find out when campsites are available for rental by units. Fill out a camp use form for off season use.
Download the Camp Hahobas 2015 Off Season Rental Rate Sheet
Welcome to hahobas.org - the virtual home of Camp Hahobas, BSA. Located on over 500 acres above Hood Canal, Camp Hahobas is an excellent location for your unit year-round. The property includes access to three freshwater lakes, a saltwater beach, hundreds of acres of forest, and incredible views of Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains.
The Pacific Harbors Council (Tacoma, WA) owns and operates the property. We offer a total of five (5) weeks of summer camp. The remainder of the year the property is open for district events, unit activities and campouts, and various other groups who often use the camp's facilities.
If you haven't visited the camp or done so in the last few years we encourage you to take a virtual tour here on our website or come visit us at camp.
We offer a full merit badge program each summer, as well as our Pathfinder area and many other fun activities.
The Great White Newt Regatta and Race for Washkanaba round out a week at summer camp, so don't miss out, reserve your campsite! 2014 request forms
are now available.
View of Hood Canal and Olympic Mountains from
Operation Bear Claw 2011 Fall Camporee - Camp Hahobas