Boulder Creek Scout Reservation
|Boulder Creek Scout Reservation|
|Location||250 Scout Ranch Rd, Boulder Creek, CA 95006|
Boulder Creek Scout Reservation offers a convenient year-round location (1-hour drive from the mid-peninsula) for outdoor activities in the redwood forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Boulder Creek Scout Reservation (BCSR) covers over 300 acres of varied terrain (three ecological zones) and borders the lush Bear Creek where salmon and steelhead spawn. BCSR also offers a 2.5 mile nature trail and a 3.5 mile historical trail describing the history of early California logging. The camp, which can accommodate up to 400 campers in 23 camping areas, offers a quiet and serene camping atmosphere, a pavilion for crafts and presentations, campfire circle, outdoor chapel, archery and rifle range, family camp with tents and tent platforms, kitchen, swimming pool, picnic tables, and shower and restroom facilities. The camp has a full-time resident ranger who can assist you with all your needs.
The camp entrance sign is located at 250 Scout Ranch Rd., a little over 1 mile from the town of Boulder Creek on Bear Creek Rd. If coming from Highway 17 it is 12 miles to the entrance sign on the left. Coming from Boulder Creek or Highway 9 the entrance is located on the right. Follow Scout Ranch Rd. across the bridge and into the parking lot. Allow 1-1.5 hours driving time from most areas on the Peninsula.
This district is part of The Pacific Skyline Council, headquartered in Foster City, California, and serves Scouting members in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties of Southern California, making it one of six such councils in the Greater Bay Area. It is a local council (#031) of the Boy Scouts of America. All youth are invited to join scouting.