Camp Easton

Camp Easton is located on Gotham Bay (Drum Beater Bay) on the East side of picturesque Lake Coeur d’Alene (considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the world). Camp Easton is the perfect venue for Boy Scout resident camp, with its 383 acres of forested camp and 3/4 mile of beautiful lakefront.

Lake Coeur d’Alene provides the ideal waterfront for a comprehensive aquatics program. Water-skiing, motor boating, sailing, kayaking, canoeing and rowing are just the beginning. Camp Easton also offers snorkeling, SCUBA, the ever popular water trampoline and 24-man "war canoes".

In addition to a premier aquatics program, Camp Easton offers a variety of shooting sports: including archery, rifle, muzzleloader, and shotgun. The dining hall provides campers with great meals and Scouts will appreciate the variety of merit badge classes offered. Older Scouts will appreciate the High Adventure program and new Scouts can start on their trail to Eagle at the Eagle Quest area. Camp Easton truly has a program for everyone in your troop.

Don't miss out on the tremendous vaule offered at Camp Easton.

Summer Camp Reservations

Beginning with the 2016 summer camp season, all summer camp reservations will be managed using the new Tentaroo reservation system.  When making a reservation, it is important that you use your unit's Tentaroo account and not a personal one.  If you are a unit from the Inland Northwest Council, you already have an account that was created for you.  If you do not know you login credentials, please CLICK HERE to request them be sent to you.  For step-by-step directions on using the Tentaroo system to make your units summer camp reservation, please click on the video on the right. (Double Click for Full Screen)

Non Summer Reservations

Available for weekend camping September through mid-June. Reservations and tour permits are required. Resident Camp Rangers and Campmaster crew are on duty each weekend. The camp consists of several cabins, tent sites (personal tents required), and program shelters.

Guest groups are required to provide a deposit, certificate of insurance, hold-harmless agreement and rental contract.  Details about these forms will be provided by our Program Assistant as part of the reservation process.For any use by a group other than a Scout-chartered pack, troop, team, crew, ship, or post:  Please begin by contacting our Program Assistant at (509) 242-8241 to inquire about open dates, facilities, and fees. All facilities carry a rental charge.

Medical Forms 

Medical forms are required for all Inland Northwest Council Camp participants ( Adults and Youth) - Click here for Medical Forms 


Special Needs Forms 

This form is to be used to notify the Inland Northwest Council of any special dietary, health, or mobility issues your unit will have at camp or at the activity attended. Please fill out and return to Gabi Whitt at or the main Council Service located at 411 West Boy Scout Way, Spokane, WA  99201. 

Click here for Special Needs Form


2017 Summer Camp Fees

$200 Reservation Fee per Unit 
1. Reservation fee is applied to total amount due
2. Reservation fee applies to 2017 camp fees only. It is transferable to another 2017 INWC resident camp but will not roll-over to another year.


$340 per scout in Council      $355 per scout out of Council
  • $40 per Scout due by January 27,2017, this amount is non-refundable. Fees are transferable to other Scouts, as long as the total number of Scouts does not decrease.
  • $135 per Scout due by March 24, 2017. If payment schedule is not maintained, the unit risks losing their reservation.
  • All remaining fees must be paid in full by May 12, 2017, or each scout registration will be subject to a $25 late fee. 


$165 per adult
1. All adult fees are due by May 12, 2017.


 Refund Policy:
1. All but $40 per Scout of the fee is refundable through June 1, 2017
2. No fees will be refunded after June 1, 2017, unless there is an illness or injury documented by a medical doctor, a death in the family, or relocation of the family out of the area.
3. $200 of the fee is non-refundable regardless of circumstances after June 1, 2017.
4. The Unit Leader or Camp Coordinator must request all refunds in writing and submit to the Inland Northwest Council on or before the planned date of arrival at camp. Letters may be submitted at check-in at camp.
5. No refund request will be honored if received after check-in
6. Fees are transferable to other Scouts as long as the total number of scheduled Scouts does not decrease.


Session 1: FULL

Session 2 - FULL

Session 3: FULL

Session 4: FULL

Session 5: FULL

Session 6: FULL

Session 7: FULL