Council-Run Camps

Group of campers at top of mountain looking out

Summer Camp Locations

We have eleven unique camp properties spread throughout Northern California. Camp Bothin, Camp Hidden Falls, Camp Sugar Pine, and Rainbow’s End Day Camp serve our council summer camp programs*, while the others host troop camping, volunteer camps, and other camp activities. Whether you love horses, forest trails, beautiful lakes, or pretty much any other outdoor amenity, our camps have you covered. Our four main summer camp locations are all accredited by the American Camp Association, which signifies safe, high-quality programs that meet industry and government standards.

*Camp Skylark Ranch is currently resting as part of its recovery from the CZU Lightning Complex fires


Tucked away in the beautiful hills of Marin, Bothin’s cozy, tree-covered canyon is full of laughter, creativity, and adventure as girls learn archery, perform on stage, zipline through the redwoods, and create amazing art in the great outdoors, with deep traditions that keep girls coming year after year.

Hidden Falls

Surrounded by giant California Redwoods, Hidden Falls is a 90 acre gem of a camp in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Soquel. Hidden Falls features a central meadow for sports and games, a new archery range, an eco-pond to explore, and an amphitheater-style campfire circle with a stage

Sugar Pine

Hidden in the enchanting Sierra foothills, Sugar Pine has been a magical getaway to generations of campers for over 75 years. From the camp’s monumental adventure tower to the neighboring alpine lakes and Mercer Caverns, Sugar Pine is the hub for high adventure.

Rainbow’s End

Nestled within San Jose, Rainbow’s End offers an enchanting setting for a simple yet adventurous day camp experience. Surrounded by lush greenery and embracing a serene ambiance, campers delve into a variety of outdoor activities. Rainbow’s End fosters a joyful environment where campers discover, learn, and create lasting memories in the heart of nature.