With more than 3,300 acres of land, there are endless possible adventures available for Scouts of all ages at McNeil Scout Ranch at Peaceful Valley. This regional camp includes a swimming pool, two lakes, Olympic shotgun shooting range (along with world-class rifle and archery ranges), one of Colorado’s premier mountain biking courses, natural rocking climbing areas, trading post, dining hall, two themed outpost camps, and that barely scratches the surface! Additionally, its near Colorado Springs and surrounding areas where campers go white water rafting, hike a 14er, or explore caves. Three nationally accredited camps make up PV, which is located at 7,000 feet in elevation near the town of Elbert, Colorado.
McNeil Scout Ranch has hosted many events over the years and is always welcoming to groups that want to visit our camp. Our camp has a wide range of scenery as well as a air conditioned conference rooms with digital meeting capabilities. Below are just some of the events we have had at our camps:
Please contact the Camping Department to discuss a possible date & quote. Due to normal Summer Camp Operations, dates between May – July may be unavailable.
Unit-Camping designed Summer Camp for Scouts, BSA Youth (ages 11-18) for a 6-Day/ 5-Night overnight experience.
A 6-Day/5-Night action-packed program designed to provide youth members with the opportunity to learn leadership skills and gain experience.
Family designed program for Cub Scout youth (ages 5-10) and family for a 4-Day/ 3-Night overnight experience.
Year-Round or Off-Season camping allows families and units to utilize Camp Cris Dobbins campsites & certain facilities throughout the year. Majority reservations can be made on the New Online System.
Due to normal Summer Camp Operations, dates between May – July may be unavailable.
The Peaceful Valley Alumni Association (PVAA) is a group of veteran Scouters and former Camp Staffers dedicated to the preservation, maintenance, and program support at Charles S. McNeil Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch. Three nationally accredited camps make up PV, which is located at 7,000 feet in elevation near the town of Elbert, Colorado. Visit the PVAA page for more information and to become a member.
The Volunteer Service Core (VSC) is a new initiative to help assist the scouting movement for the Denver Area Council. The VSC is comprised of subgroups that focus on specific industries such as carpentry, concrete work, heavy machine operations, and much more. The PV Service Days are dedicated orientations/ trainings held at Peaceful Valley to make improvements for Summer Camp and Year-Round operations.
Working for a Denver Area Council camp is not just a job, it’s a lifestyle. The Denver Area Council is looking for those that want to make the summer full of adventure for the Scouts that come through our gates. Spending your summer at McNeil Scout Ranch at Peaceful Valley will provide you with an opportunity to not only have the adventure of a lifetime, but to also affect the lives of thousands of youth from across the country.
Working on camp staff is a great opportunity to make your summer full of adventure! Spend your days taking Scouts on hikes, teaching them how to shoot a gun, or relaxing with them in the evenings as you all sit around a campfire telling stories and watching skits.
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