J D Currie Youth Camp,  Camas, WA
Camp Features and Service Projects

Service Projects are all around the Camp! From the lodge roof, to the many shelters and bridges.

This Bridge on Currie Creek is an Eagle project, replacing the older method of jumping across rocks to get over.

Camp Map and information board.

This covered cooking area was built with the help of the Camas Lions Club.

Fresh Well Water is available near the Cooking Hall via the rustic old style hand pump.

When you arrive, look around for more Service and Eagle Scout projects. Also remember, if you have a project idea that would benefit the camp, tell the caretaker or contact a Camp Currie Board member for approval. You can begin by down loading a Service Project Application here.

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Rams Hill camp site is one of many that have shelters built as Scout service projects.

The amphitheater contains several Eagle projects including two fire rings, custom seating and  this beautiful thunderbird stage carving in the Northwest Indian style.

Beautiful Eagle project stage carving.

Notice the difference between this lodge photo and the one below?
The roof has been redone. The leaky cedar shake shingles were replaced by a new green steel roof largely funded the local Lions Club.

Trail Guide

For easy navigating throughout the camp, here is a trail map. There is also a more extensive map next to the lodge at the camp. Just click on the map to download your pdf copy.

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