Since 1938, Camp Tahosa has been the adventure playground of choice for Scouts BSA troops. Sitting at a whopping 9,000 feet in elevation (1.7 miles above sea level), campers share a world with moose, trout, mountain lions, elk, river otters, and bears. Endless skies, stunning views, and crisp mountain air lets participants leave the world behind and truly enjoy this little Rocky Mountain camp.
Camp Tahosa is a private camp properly owned and operated by Greater Colorado Council, Boy Scouts of America. Advance reservations must be placed prior to arriving at camp. All program activities must be supported at the unit level. Note: as of October 2022 Camp Tahosa is no longer an approved camp for Cub Scouts.
All members must abide by the National Boy Scouts of America guidelines at all times including but not limited to Youth Protection Training & the Guide to Safe Scouting.
Reservations at camp are based on first-come first-serve availability. Depending on the amount of attendees & amenities being requested – camp maybe shared with other groups unless specifically requested. Please make sure that you have the information below to help better speed the reservation process.
Group Contact Information:
Event Information needed to make a reservation:
Once you have gathered all the necessary information you can look at online reservation calendar to see what is available.
Phone: (720) 266-2143
Once you have confirmed your dates are available – complete the online reservation process & make your payment.
Payable to: Greater Colorado Council, BSA
Mailing Address: 10455 W 6th Ave., Suite 100, Denver, CO 80215
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