In an attempt to boost camp attendance by older Scouts,
in 2016 a new program was planned - An exciting, 4 day and 3 night Trek along the shores of Hood Canal and Tahuya Forest will combine COPE, Mountain Biking, Canoeing and Kayaking, Survival Skills, Cooking, Search and Rescue, and more! Trek capacity was limited to 12 boys per week. Available to Scouts 13 & up (13 years old by July 11th), boys may attend this program as a 'Lone Scout', without their Troop.
Day one will feature team building on the COPE Course, followed by mountain bike tuning and repair, to prep your bike for the upcoming trek. You will spend the night in camp, in your own tent.
On day two, we will leave camp on our bikes, riding the trails through Tahuya Forest, and then following 27 miles along the shores of Hood Canal, to the Hahobas Beach ... Read More
May 8 - 9, 2015 - Camp Hahobas
After our wildly successful Adventure Series Blacksmithing & Welding event in April, our next event was a cross country (XC) mountain bike race, held at Camp Hahobas' new mountain bike trail system.
Be the first to ride on the new mountain bike trail system in the first ever Cross Country (XC) Mountain Bike Race, to be held at Camp Hahobas!
Trophies will be awarded for the winning riders, test your skills on a cross country Bike Trek to Hood Canal, learn new mountain biking skills and more. Participants bring their own mountain bikes or BMX bikes. Optional weekend camping will be available on Friday & Saturday nights.
This is a Saturday event, with optional camping available on Friday and Saturday nights.
Event Pricing: $30 early bird discount, $35 after April 15th, 2015.
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Learn fly fishing skills!
Learn to tie your own fly fishing lures!
Catch a fish with your own lure!
All equipment and fly tying materials included!
Expert fly fishermen from Trout Unlimited will be on hand to teach a fly tying clinic, and participants will get to test their lures in Robbins Lake!
And yes, the fish you see here was actually caught in Robbins Lake, here at Camp Hahobas!
Camp Hahobas had almost continual use in the offseason by individual units, Council activities and District events.
The beach property is now owned by the Great Peninsula Conservancy, and the beach cabin was demolished in 2021.
One of the key areas we used at camp was the Hood Canal beachfront, where the Hahobas Beach Cabin was located. At low tides of +1 ft and lower, oysters and clams are routinely accessible.
Camp Hahobas was open year-round, for Troop campouts, camporees or private group events. The beach cabin was avaliable for rental as well.
Operation Bear Claw Camporee was a Mission Impossible, spy-themed event, with Scouts dressing up as black ops soldiers, and adopting military themes for their patrols.
500 Scouts and adults attended this event.
As the shadowy clouds of intrigue and subterfuge settle across the globe you have been called upon by your country to obtain the Top Secret information that will ensure your country's safety and supremacy.
Covert Operations, Impossible Missions behind Enemy Lines, Nighttime Reconnaissance, Black Ops and more!
Join our undercover ops team as a secr... Read More
The Camp Hahobas off-season Adventure Series was a new program designed to bring exciting activities to Camp when summer camp is not operating.
Starting in the Spring of 2015, the series kicked off with a Blacksmithing and Welding Weekend workshop, where attendees learned the basic skills of blacksmithing or earn the Welding merit badge.
In May, we presented a Mountain Bike XC Race, utilizing the newest program feature at Hahobas, the new Mountain Biking Track.
June brought an Aquatics Adventure, with attendees earning the Canoeing merit badge, and taking a Sea Kayak adventure on Hood Canal.
Past Activities Chairman
Pacific Harbors Council