Camp Hahobas BSA was a 120 acre Boy Scout property, located above Hood Canal, near Tahuya, WA.
The summer camp program was discontinued at the close of August, 2015, and the property put up for sale.
The majority of the camp land
was sold to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Great Peninsula Conservancy in 2019.
On Thursday, April 18, 2019, the Council Executive Board voted unanimously to open the camp for weekend camping as a 'Wilderness Camp', and to hold the property long term.
For a brief period of 2021, the camp was re-opened for weekend camping, but then the camp property was permanently closed by order of the Scout Executive of the Pacific Harbors Council, BSA, and by vote of the Pacific Harbors Council Executive Committee in early 2022.
The 2019 weekend camping resolution was overruled by the Pacific Harbors Council Executive Committee on July 21, 2022, when the Executive Board approved a new resolution to return the remaining 120 acres to Mason County or another entity not affiliated with PHC:
The surrounding property purchased by the DNR and Great Peninsula Conservancy in 2019
is available for limited use by Scouts, and has a permanent conservation easement, and will never be commercially developed.