Log Cabin Wilderness Camp

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Log Cabin Wilderness Camp
Location 1 Log Cabin Mine Rd, Lee Vining, CA 93541

Log Cabin Wilderness Camp is wilderness adventure base operated by Greater Los Angeles Area Council and serves scouts from across Southern California.

DEC 2016 - Log Cabin has been closed by the GLAAC's Executive Board. They have not decided what to do with the camp. It is a costly camp to run and doesnot attract Campers without a lot of advertising and work.

Alongside the Clem C. Glass Memorial Eagles Nest and situated at an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level in the Inyo National Forest. This is the base camp for the Greater Los Angeles Area Council High Adventure Summer Program.


The camp is located 320 miles from Los Angeles on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada bordering the Hoover Wilderness and Yosemite National Park. Log Cabin is your Gateway to the Sierras and provides the ultimate in High Adventure through our High Country Gateway and Sierra Nevada Mountain Man Programs.

John Muir walked these very mountains on the Eastern side of Yosemite National Park and looked down 4000 feet below and called the Sierra Nevada's, "The Range of Light." Experience the same wonder of camping at 10,000 feet in elevation at the highest Scout Camp in America!

GLAAC Council

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This lodge is part of The Greater Los Angeles Area Council (GLAAC), which proudly serves youth members and volunteer leaders through Scout units in Southern California. It is a local council (#033) of the Boy Scouts of America. All youth are invited to join scouting.

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