2021 Camp Cherry Valley Scouts BSA Summer Camp
Established in 1921, the camp was originally operated by the Pasadena Council by Camp Director Skipper Robison. He established traditions that are still alive today, most notably the Tribe of Torqua, the Camp Cherry Valley Honor and Leadership brotherhood. Scouts who return to Cherry Valley advance within the ranks of the Tribe. Campers stay in platform tents on raised deck campsites, where cots and mattresses are provided. Nearby are the restroom and shower facilities. The Camp Store provides snacks and souvenirs, just a trail’s turn from the Archery and Rifle ranges. The Health Lodge is located centrally, as is the Program Office- the central hub of camp information. The Dining Hall can accommodate 160 campers at once, where meals are done in two shifts.
Camp Program areas include the Rifle and Archery ranges, Nature and Outdoor Skills areas, and Camp Cherry Valley's famous Waterfront. There is always something to do with activities to suit your liking, regardless of age or ability. You can take a self-guided nature trail tour while identifying native plants along the way. You can join your troop on a snorkel tour, led by the knowledgeable and friendly staff. You can even experience marine wildlife up close in our Aquarium. After kayaking around the cove, you can challenge your friends to a shoot-off at the rifle range to see who can make the dime club. Of course, there are always merit badges to earned as well- from Pioneering to Environmental Science and from Lifesaving to Geology.
Camp Cherry Valley (In-Council):
$625.00 per Youth | $475.00 per Adult
Camp Cherry Valley (Out of Council):
$640.00 per Youth | $495.00 per Adult