Boy Scouts of America, Denver Area Council

Summer Camping Programs 2020

Scouts Bsa LogoScouts BSA Virtual Summer Camp 

You may not be able to go to a DAC summer camp this year, so we are bringing camp to you! This Zoom-based series offers three Merit Badge themes. There will be optional off-line challenges to get as much of a true camping experience as possible. Scouts can gain advancements, interact with other Scouts around the country, and count on having a great time!

Camps are Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration, program fees, and schedule details are available through the registration links below.

Cub Scout LogoCub Scouts “Open Scouting at Magness” Weekend Adventures

Spending too much time inside? Looking for something to do as a family this summer? The “Open Scouting at Magness” program is an experience that allows Cub Scouts and family members to visit Magness adventure Camp and enjoy a day of Scouting fun! The program includes Archery, BB’s, Nature Hikes, Crafts and many more activities. A single day of fun is on Saturdays or Sundays in July and August from 9:00am to 4:00pm at Magness Adventure Camp. 

Cub Scout packs that are interested in doing a adventure just for the pack on another day can email Devan Mapp to discuss openings and opportunities.

More information can be found here. OSM Flyer

 Cap Des Logov Wtag 4c New Logo Stacked ColorDay Camp at Donald E. Scott Colorado Adventure Point (CAP)  

STEM and Makers Camp at CAP in August


Donald E. Scott Colorado Adventure Point (CAP) is offering STEM Adventure Day Camp the weeks of August 3 and August 10. STEM Camp offers a week of dynamic adventure and experiments in the fields of chemistry, biology, geology, and physics. Campers will also experience thrilling Adventure Zones as they learn about science in rock climbing, archery, marksmanship and more! Register online now.


Makers Camp at CAP is available the week of August 3. This camp offers a new medium each day, inspiring campers to imagine innovative projects with a fresh new set of skills. Makers Camp inspires creativity and helps attendees gain confidence and start dreaming about creative careers. Each day will start out with learning about art concepts, such as color theory, and the logistics of working in the field. Register online now.

More information and registration will be available on the CAP website.

Combined Pv & Th CopyCamping at PV and Tahosa  

FREE Weekend Camping to Registered Members


The DAC wants to help its members #KeepScoutingGoing during Safer-at-Home orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are offering FREE weekend camping at Charles S. McNeil Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch for packs, troops, and families in August & September.


·         DAC packs, troops, and families can now reserve a campsite for up to 25 people to support their Scouting program.

·         Group sizes over 25 can be accommodated by reserving an additional campsite.

·         Each group of 25 needs to be self-sufficient and cannot interact or intermix with other campsites or groups of 25 even if they are from the same unit.

·         Packs, troops, and families should bring their own camping equipment as lodges and kitchens are not available.


If you would like to reserve a campsite please contact the Camping Department by email camping@denverboyscouts.org, or phone, 720.266.2111, to reserve your spot today. Spaces are limited and weekend capacity may fluctuate due to other events taking place on the property. More information on camping at Tahosa is included in this guide

Helpful guides on how to keep Scouts and your camp site clean: 

Families of Scouts should evaluate their situation, including if others in the home would be at risk if exposed to a Scout after returning from a campout.

If you have questions about DAC summer camping at PV and Tahosa please contact the DAC camping department at camping@denverboyscouts.org.