Camp Hahobas is a 120 acre Boy Scout Camp, located above Hood Canal, near Tahuya, WA. Camping will soon be available to registered Scout units of the Boy Scouts of America.
On Thursday, April 18, 2019, the Council Executive Board voted unanimously to open the camp for 'Wilderness Camping'. Although camp is closed for now, work is underway to develop primitive campsites for this purpose, in the summer of 2021.
With an eye to the future, Council volunteers led by Activities Chairman John Ohlson, are making preparations to welcome Scout Troops to the camp in the coming months.
Scout Units who wish to use the camp are encouraged to participate in work projects designed to get the camp back into shape for camping.
Contact Us to inquire about opportunities, or visit our Hahobas Campsite Gallery to find opportunities for your Unit to help out.
The remaining camp property includes the rifle and archery ranges, the Bear Bowl, the Nature Lodge, Environmental Science Lodge, Fruitcake Lodge, Handicrafts Lodge, Twana Lodge, U Lake and the Robbins Lake waterfront.
The property purchased by the DNR and Great Peninsula Conservancy will be available for use by Scouts, and has a permanent conservation easement, and will never be commercially developed.
Contact Pacific Harbors Council at 253-682-2217 or Contact Us to make camping arrangements.
Photo caption: Camp Staff and alumni gathered for the final campfire on February 27, 2016, to share memories and reflect on over 80 years of Scouting experiences at Camp Hahobas; a place many have called home.