"Pride of the Palouse" and home of the finest Camp Staff you'll ever find! Since 1938 this has been the home to summer adventures for countless Scouts and Leaders. Excitement is growing in anticipation of the new programs offered at Grizzly this year. Camp Grizzly has a proud tradition of unit service and great programs. Our experienced and energetic staff is waiting to meet you and make this summer the best ever for your unit.
Camp Grizzly has evolved from a small unimproved camp to the jewel in the Inland Northwest Council's camping crown. Camp Grizzly is located along the Palouse River, 12 miles East of Potlatch, ID (next to Laird State Park). Camp Grizzly appeals to Scouts young and old with its wide variety of programs. Since becoming a council summer camp in 1938, Camp Grizzly is an all-out action-packed experience.
GRIZZLY CAMP SESSIONS
Click on any Session below to register for Camp!
The Camp Pricing was restructured in 2020 based on a 5-year plan. CLICK HERE for a brief explanation of those changes.
($430 Early-Bird Rate if all payments finalized by May 2, 2022)
($210 Early-Bird Rate if all payments finalized by May 2, 2022)
*For every 10 youth in your registration your Troop will receive a $50 discount on an adult leader!
2022 PER-YOUTH FEE SCHEDULE
Deposit: $50**, Due between Oct 11, 2021, and Feb 7, 2022
Second Payment: $175, Due between Feb 8 and April 4, 2022
Final Payment: $225, Due between April 5 and June 6, 2022
All class fees must be paid no later than the second day of camp to account for schedule changes.
**The Per-Youth deposit is non-refundable. This guarantees slots for youth in your troop (even if the youth coming to camp changes) so please confirm your youth counts as early as possible as this will not be refunded for any reason.
Additional youth can be added to your reservation at any time up to two weeks before camp as long as space is available; however, once you have secured a youth slot we will turn away new Troops in favor of your reservation if the camp is full.
Guide to classes and activities for participants at camp. Last updated March 2022