Pacific Skyline Council

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Pacific Skyline Council (#031)
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Owner Boy Scouts of America
Headquarters Foster City, California
Country United States
Founded 1932
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One of the six Boy Scouts of America 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]


  • Discovery District
  • Redwood District
  • Stanford District


A photo of the entrance to the Boulder Creek Scout Reservation in Boulder Creek, California
Boulder Creek Scout Reservation entrance
  • Cutter Scout Reservation (located 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. Many council weekend events are held at the reservation including Camporees, Order of the Arrow ordeals, and fellowships.[3]
  • Boulder Creek Scout Reservation is located in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Boulder Creek, California. The reservation is home to the council's National Youth Leadership Training program performed every summer.[4]
  • Camp Oljato is a camp for Boy Scouts located at Huntington Lake in Lakeshore, CA (Fresno County) that 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; these boats run on a regular schedule during the Scout camping season running from mid-June to mid-August.[5]

Order of the Arrow[edit]

  • Ohlone Lodge #63[6]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Hook, James; Franck, Dave; Austin, Steve (1982). An Aid to Collecting Selected Council Shoulder Patches with Valuation. 
  2. ^
  3. ^ Lodge Calendar Ohlone #63. Retrieved August 5, 2016
  4. ^ Nation Youth Leadership Trainning Pacific Skyline Council. Retrieved August 5, 2016
  5. ^ "Camp Oljato". Pacific Skyline Council. 2014. Retrieved 2014-10-21. 
  6. ^