EaglePoint Base Camp
Summer Camp At Your Own Pace
EaglePoint Base Camp is situated on Tahosa High Adventure Base's 320 acres and is at an elevation of over 9,000 feet above sea level!
At EaglePoint Base Camp, troops have the ability to participate in a range of different weekly schedules. Want to put minimal effort into planning for camp? Choose the all-inclusive schedule in which meals, merit badges, and evening programs are planned and run by staff. Feeling a little more ambitious? Plan your week from start to finish and use the camp’s facilities and staff for support.
Whether you chose to run your own program, participate in ours, or do a little of both, we promise your experience at EaglePoint Base Camp will be one of a kind!
Start the online registration process now by selecting the date your troop would like to attend EaglePoint Base Camp:
What options will you choose for your adventure?
Find out more about the merit badge and high adventure activities at EaglePoint Base Camp.
An All-Inclusive Scouting Week
For those troops who want to kick back and relax, the traditional summer camp schedule gives Scouts the opportunity to move forward in rank with our Trail to Eagle program and earn merit badges like climbing, first aid, archery, environmental science, and wilderness survival.
Scouts can also cool off and go for a swim in our spring fed lake as well as take out canoes and kayaks. Older Scouts can experience our high ropes course with Project COPE or participate in our introduction to backpacking program: Tahosa Trek, which takes them on a three day mini-trek in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Schedules? We Don't Need No Stinking Schedules!
Troops interested in planning and leading their own programs have a wider range of options available to them. In this program, adult leaders generally act as the merit badge instructors, troops cook their food in their campsites, and evening programs are run by your Senior Patrol Leader and Scouts. Tahosa High Adventure Base staff is on hand for support when needed, but generally play a more minor role in day-to-day activities.
In all schedules, troops provide their own tents and have the flexibility of either eating prepared meals in the dining hall or cooking their own food in their campsite. Each campsite has its own latrine equipped with pit toilets and hand washing stations and showering facilities are also available.
An 18 acre lake, various hiking trails, program support buildings, and a dining hall are just some of the additional facilities Tahosa High Adventure Base has to make your week amazing!