To learn more about each camp site, click on each link.
- Confluence Camp (15-30 campers)
- Elk Camp (15-30 campers)
- Corral Group Site (150 campers)
- McKay Camp (15-30 campers)
- Rendezvous Camp A & B (15-30 per campers)
- Calamity Trail Camp (10-15 campers)
- Powerline Trail Camp (15-25 campers)
- 3089 Peak Camp (12 campers)
(Information below after you click on the camp)
For more information about the Randall and Marie Martin Scout Camp or to make a reservation to use the camp, contact Lori Miller for more information.
Information on Sumps, Bear Cables, and Fire Pits
Sumps & Bear Cables
Grey water sumps and bear bag cables are available by Confluence, Rosenburg, McKay Creek and Rendezvous Camps. Units need to bring their own rope and bear bags. Recommend 100 ft of ¼” nylon rope plus 2-4 bear bags (e.g. large onion sacks).
Fires & Cooking
- Grey water disposal; sumps are available at designated campsite. For back country sites grey water disposal 200 feet away from streams and camp areas...screened to remove food particles.
- Campsite cooking on stove or LNT dutch oven (fire conditions permitting).
- Confluence, Rosenburg, McKay Creek and Rendezvous Camps have fire pits for use of backpacking stoves, Dutch ovens and propane cooking stoves.
- We encourage units to learn how to cook with backpacking equipment to be able to do wilderness camping with no open fires. Fire situation changes weekly; check with the Council and the Camp Host for latest fire restrictions information.
- Campfires are restricted to fire rings, the group campfire ring in the Corral area based upon fire danger. Typically fires will be allowed during the winter and early spring seasons. Group are REQUIRED to have two 5 gallon water buckets and tools for fire suppression, and fires must be supervised by adults AT ALL TIMES.