Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch and Tahosa High Adventure Base are both available for off-season participation. Both offer campsites, cabins, and more, that are available for Scouting and non-Scouting organizations to rent. Scouting units can reserve campsites and facilities using the links to the left. If your business or organization is interested in renting one of the two properties, please contact the Camping Department by either email or phone at 720.266.2111. All non-Scouting organizations are subject to provide certificates of insurance and liability, as well as adhering to all policies and procedures for both the Denver Area Council and the Boy Scouts of America, as well as all local, state, and federal laws.
PEACEFUL VALLEY SCOUT RANCH
Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch has 5 lodges (Ft. Vasquez, Ft. Garland, Ft. Laramie, Ft. Collins and Ft. Lupton) that sleep 24 people each. Additionally, the following campsites are available for weekend camping: Creede, Dodge, Ogallala, Raton, Santa Fe, Sedalia, Stillwater, Tombstone, and Wichita. You can find the location for the lodges and campsites on the Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch – Cris Dobbins map.
TAHOSA HIGH ADVENTURE BASE
Tahosa High Adventure Base has three lodges (Civitan, Devitt, and Kiwanis), that sleep 18 people each, and seven lakeview cabins that sleep six people each. Lakeview Cabins are not available during Okpik and COPE sessions. The following campsites are available for weekend camping: Apache, Black Hawk, & Kiowa (located in the upper part of camp), and Black Kettle, Cheyenne, Crazy Horse, Navajo, Sioux, and Outpost are (located in the lower meadow). You can find specific locations for the lodges and campsites on the Tahosa High Adventure Base map.
Did you know Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch hosts weddings? Contact us for more information about scheduling a wedding.
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