Pacific Skyline Council

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Pacific Skyline Council (#031)
Pacific Skyline Council CSP.png
Owner Boy Scouts of America
Headquarters Foster City, California
Country United States
Founded 1932
Website
pacsky.org
Scouting portal

One of the six councils that serves the San Francisco Bay area, the Pacific Skyline Council was founded in 1940 as the Stanford Area Council (#031). [1] In 1994, the Stanford Area Council merged with the San Mateo County Council (#020) to form the current council.[2]

Organization[edit]

  • Discovery District
  • Redwood District
  • Stanford District

Camps[edit]

  • Cutter Scout Reservation (In the Santa Cruz Mountains) is a scout camp set in a redwood grove north of Big Basin Redwoods National Park. The camp contains many activities including a pool, a lake (Lake Gamlin), and an operational C.O.P.E. course.
  • Boulder Creek Scout Camp (In the Santa Cruz Mountains)
  • Camp Oljato is a camp for Boy Scouts located at Huntington Lake in Lakeshore, CA (Fresno County) and was founded in 1941 as a Jewish boys' singing camp. In 1942 the camp was converted to a Boy Scout camp. The camp's property ranges in elevation from 7,000 to just under 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. Camp Oljato is accessible only by pontoon boats which run on a regular schedule during the Scout camping season running from mid-June to mid-August.[3]

Order of the Arrow[edit]

  • Ohlone Lodge #63[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hook, James; Franck, Dave; Austin, Steve (1982). An Aid to Collecting Selected Council Shoulder Patches with Valuation. 
  2. ^ http://www.pacsky.org/AboutUs
  3. ^ [1], Pacific Skyline Council - Camp Oljato.
  4. ^ http://ohlone63.org