Camp Parsons is situated on the Olympic Peninsula "where the mountains meet the sea". This remarkable setting offers the rare experience of canoeing on glassy salt water, while gazing along a densely forested shoreline. Camp Parsons is one of the oldest Scout camps in America, providing wilderness adventure to Scouts and Scouters since 1919. Special features include the climbing tower, 16-position rifle and archery ranges, and the Fort Dukabush museum. Swimming, canoeing, and sailing in the saltwater aquatics area are other popular activities available to visitors.
Campsites feature either canvas tents with platforms or Adirondack shelters with bunks, as well as showers and flush toilets. For further detailed information about Camp Parsons programs and history, go to the camp's website HERE.
NEW! The new Dining Hall is being built! For a peek at construction progress in real time, click HERE for the link to the Dropcam atop the climbing tower!
For rental information, click HERE.
For information about all our 2015 camp programs, click HERE.
Scroll down for information about Boy Scout summer camp and High Adventure programs! Check out Camp Parsons on Facebook and Twitter to the right too!→
BOY SCOUT SUMMER CAMP
Adventure and unforgettable experiences lie ahead for Boy Scouts and leaders at week-long summer camp. Many merit badges can be completed at the archery and rifle ranges, the aquatics area, and the Craft Lodge.
2015 BOY SCOUT SUMMER CAMP
Registration for 2015 Camp Parsons is open! There are only 2 sessions left, so don't delay!
2015 Camp Parsons Reservation Flyer
2015 Parsons Leader's Guide
Annual Health & Medical Record New form as of March 1, 2014 available online only.
(We accept all BSA medical forms completed by a physician or licensed practitioner within 12 months of the end of the month Scout or adult is attending camp. National Jamboree and national high adventure health forms are also accepted.)
Special Needs Form
Check out a video on YouTube HERE. (Footage by Scouts!)
The Camp Parsons Leader's Meeting is Saturday, May 2 10:30 am. The meeting is optional but it gives leaders an an opportunity to meet staff and tour the camp. Camp Parsons Directions
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Scouts who are unable to attend summer camp with their troop or want to go alone, they can attend camp as part of the Provisional Troop at either Camp Pigott or Camp Parsons. Scouts sign up individually for this program and are grouped together with other single scouts or assigned to a troop at camp. Adult leaders are assigned. Hurry - only 2 sessions left!
2015 Provisional Troop reservation is open!
2015 Provisional Troop Reservation Flyer
2016 BOY SCOUT SUMMER CAMP
We are now accepting reservations for 2016 Camp Parsons!
PARSONS HIGH ADVENTURE BASE
Camp Parsons high adventure treks will challenge older Scouts who are looking for an excellent outdoor experience.Canoe/Kayaking Trek: Scouts will canoe along the shores of the Hood Canal, viewing unmatched scenery and wildlife while meeting the challenges of navigation and planning. Hiking Trek: This expedition will provide breathtaking vistas and daunting challenges, creating memories that will last a lifetime.
2015 High Adventure registration is open!
2015 Parsons High Adventure Reservation Flyer
2015 High Adventure Guide
Annual Health & Medical Record New form as of March 1, 2014.
Part D To be reviewed with medical professional during physical exam
For more information about Parsons High Adventure program, visit the Camp Parsons website HERE.
For those wishing to stay at a nearby campground and visit their troop during the day, the nearest recommended campgrounds are Olympic National Forest Seal Rock Campground and Dosewallips State Park. For information on Seal Rock, click HERE. For information on Dosewallips, click HERE.