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Camp Pico Blanco – Soberanes Fire Update 8/16/16
As the Soberanes Fire continues to spread in the Big Sur area, we wanted to share the impact it has had upon Camp Pico Blanco. While the wildfire has affected our current summer camp program and fall events, no significant damage has occurred. Our Ranger, Rodney, and his family are safe, temporarily relocated outside of Camp.
Our goal is to ensure we continue to provide a quality program’s for Scouts in 2017.
Camp Pico Blanco will be unavailable for the near future which will impact the following programs this year; Labor Day, Dad and Lad, Mountain Man and the Shooting Sports Weekend. If you have signed up and paid for one of the affected events, we will process refunds by September 9, 2016.
Camp Pico Blanco has survived the fire, but the surrounding area is still too hazardous to allow the use of the facility. Regular updates are maintained on our Facebook page. We do not anticipate on letting any youth use the property for the near future although we are accepting signups at email@example.com for adult work parties to prepare the facility for its reopening. Our dedicated volunteers will still need to do a safety check on each area. Please bear with us as we make sure we can safely operate camp.
We owe a huge debt of gratitude to Cal Fire for the fantastic job of saving Camp Pico Blanco from the fire. Their efforts combined with the good forest management practices of reducing ladder fuels with Scout labor over the last three years made the difference. We have our gem of a camp to come home to that is only slight charred on the edges.
Peek at the unspoiled beauty.
Have a peak experience in our program.
Pique your love of the outdoors.
Focus: As you enter Palo Colorado Road, the adventure begins as you turn back the clock to simpler times. You are “off the grid” now. Focus on your senses and listen for the river, smell the flowers, feel the breeze and cool water… Focus. Pico Blanco is not as much a place to “get away” as it is to “get in touch.” Distractions are blocked and clarity is found.
Create: Creating memories for the youth who enjoy Pico Blanco is a second focal point. While we remember the past, we are forwardly focused to help our campers create new memories and capture those through various artistic means.
Preserve: Appreciate, learn, and practice how we coexist with the beauty of nature around us. During the summer at our organized camps, this is one of the focal points of our curriculum. Campers continue this exploration with hikes and overnight programs.
Our traditional resident summer camp program has three weekly sessions. We pride ourselves on providing staff and activities which challenge and educate all participants from the campers to the leaders. Whether you come for the first session or the last we will be your gracious hosts and help you to achieve the goals you have set with your troop.
Summer Camp 2017 Registration Resources
Dates for 2017 Summer Camp:
Boy Scout Resident Camp:Boy Scouts of America National Accredited
Week 1 – July 2 ~ July 8
Week 2 – July 9 ~ July 15
Week 3 – July 16 ~ July 22
Week 4 – July 23 ~ July 29
Training for the Merit Badge Sign Ups- Click Here
YOUTH FEES: Per Scout Fee
Reservations made while at summer camp: $360
Reservations made before November 1: $380
Reservations made after November 1: $400
ADULT FEES: Adults Fees: $220
1-10 Scouts: 1 adult free each (min 2 adults required)
Each additional 10 scouts 11, 21, 31,41,51,61, 71, etc one more free adult, Additional adults pay $195
LATE FEES: All payments are due in full 5/1/17, if not paid in full an additional $25 per person will be assessed.
Brochure – Click Here
Weekend Events -Click Here
Including: Mom and Me, Boy Scout Shoot Out, Memorial Day Family Camp, Labor Day Family Camp, Lad and Dad and Boy Scout Shoot Out
Year Round Resources
Parking at Camp to Access to the back country – Click Here
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Florida, Montana and Hawaii since 1954