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Intro


Camp Parsons

Chief Seattle Council, BSA

Where the Mountains Meet the Sea.

 

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Intro


Camp Parsons

Chief Seattle Council, BSA

Where the Mountains Meet the Sea.

 

 

This is the website for Camp Parsons but this is not an official BSA website. Any opinions or views expressed in any part of this website do not express the views of the Chief Seattle Council or the Boy Scouts of America.  For official news from the Boy Scouts or to download any official documents, please visit the Chief Seattle Council website which also has a Camp Parsons page, at www.seattlebsa.org or visit the national website at www.scouting.org

This website was developed as a tool for the current staff to provide up to date information to any troop that has plans to attend Camp Parsons. This website is reviewed and if need be updated daily. All information regarding camp operations are up to date and current on this website including downloaded forms even if the date seems to be wrong. If you find any bad links please forward that information to info@campparsons.com. To see our current Merit Badger offerings, here is our Advancement Schedule. All of our merit badges are signed up for at camp; we do not register online currently.

Photos Courtesy of Joe Prall.

 
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Who are we?


Who are we?

Camp Parsons is a resident Boy Scout camp operated and maintained by the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America. It is named after Reginald Hascall Parsons, a Seattle financier and philanthropist, who helped bring scouting to Seattle, served as the first Council President who led the campaign that raised the money to purchase the land on which camp is based. Although we operate predominantly throughout the summer, the camp is in operation year round, with the winter months reserved for weekend camping and training sessions as well as our world famous monthly work parties.

 

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Who are we?


Who are we?

Camp Parsons is a resident Boy Scout camp operated and maintained by the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America. It is named after Reginald Hascall Parsons, a Seattle financier and philanthropist, who helped bring scouting to Seattle, served as the first Council President who led the campaign that raised the money to purchase the land on which camp is based. Although we operate predominantly throughout the summer, the camp is in operation year round, with the winter months reserved for weekend camping and training sessions as well as our world famous monthly work parties.

 

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Information


Camp Parsons is one of the oldest Boy Scout camps in operation in the United States today.  We are the OLDEST operating camp west of the Mississippi and one of the few camps that uses an open water saltwater base for all scouting aquatic activities.  Since July 7th, 1919 Camp Parsons has never ceased operation nor moved from its original site.  Situated in the Olympic Peninsula on the shores of the Hood Canal, we have an excellent location and facility to continue the grand experiment that Lord Baden-Powell (who was our guest in 1926) began over 100 years ago.  Please take a look at our History Page to get a better idea of our past.

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Information


Camp Parsons is one of the oldest Boy Scout camps in operation in the United States today.  We are the OLDEST operating camp west of the Mississippi and one of the few camps that uses an open water saltwater base for all scouting aquatic activities.  Since July 7th, 1919 Camp Parsons has never ceased operation nor moved from its original site.  Situated in the Olympic Peninsula on the shores of the Hood Canal, we have an excellent location and facility to continue the grand experiment that Lord Baden-Powell (who was our guest in 1926) began over 100 years ago.  Please take a look at our History Page to get a better idea of our past.

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What do we do?


What do we do?

We treat every week as our first and only week.

Camp Parsons is a traditional Boy Scout camp which operates for nine weeks each summer season. We have an outstanding staff that come from all parts of the Pacific Northwest as well as the United States. Other than the traditional program within the 440 acre base camp, we also offer a High Adventure program with hikes into the Olympic Forest and Kayak/Canoe treks on the Hood Canal. Take a look at our Program and High Adventure information. The link to the 2016 application form is listed below. High Adventure application forms  can be found here.

 

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What do we do?


What do we do?

We treat every week as our first and only week.

Camp Parsons is a traditional Boy Scout camp which operates for nine weeks each summer season. We have an outstanding staff that come from all parts of the Pacific Northwest as well as the United States. Other than the traditional program within the 440 acre base camp, we also offer a High Adventure program with hikes into the Olympic Forest and Kayak/Canoe treks on the Hood Canal. Take a look at our Program and High Adventure information. The link to the 2016 application form is listed below. High Adventure application forms  can be found here.

 

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Sign Up


Want to sign up for 2016? Click here.

Week 1: June 26th - July 2nd

Week 2: July 3rd - July 9th

Week 3: July 10th - July 16th (FULL)

Week 4: July 17th - July 23rd (FULL)

Week 5: July 24th - July 30th (FULL)

Week 6: July 31st - August 6th

Week 7: August 7th - August 13th

Week 8: August 14th - August 20th

Want to Sign Up for 2017?  Click here.

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Sign Up


Want to sign up for 2016? Click here.

Week 1: June 26th - July 2nd

Week 2: July 3rd - July 9th

Week 3: July 10th - July 16th (FULL)

Week 4: July 17th - July 23rd (FULL)

Week 5: July 24th - July 30th (FULL)

Week 6: July 31st - August 6th

Week 7: August 7th - August 13th

Week 8: August 14th - August 20th

Want to Sign Up for 2017?  Click here.