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Camp Pupukea

Due to ongoing camp construction, various campsites and facilities may be unavailable without warning

Nestled high in the Koolau Mountains, Camp Pupukea is a 65-acre BSA camp located on Oahu’s North Shore. Developed into a modern day scout camp from its former use as a World War II Army camp. There are more than 7-miles of beaches and during the summer, waves subside creating the perfect spot for swimming, sunbathing, and Boy Scout Camp.

Ranger Notes

Leadership Requirements
National policy requires two-deep leadership for all units on all activities or camps. At least one adult must be registered with the BSA and be at least 21 years of age. It is required that all adults in attendance, at overnight events, have Youth Protection Training. It’s also a good idea for adults in attendance to be trained Scouting volunteers. Training is available online at: http:/ /

General Camp Rules
Rules are made for the safety of campers, protection of the environment, and provide enjoyment for all.
1. Closed Shoes must be worn at all times while in camp. Slippers can be worn only in shower and pool areas. Shoes must be worn walking to and from shower/pool facilities. Aqua socks and Crocs are NOT appropriate footwear for camp. PLEASE NOTE: Anyone entering camp without proper footwear will be asked to return to their vehicle. Visiting Parents will not be permitted into campsites without shoes.
2. No running along roads and no trailblazing in unauthorized areas.
3. The Buddy System is strictly enforced at Camp. This means no Scout is to wander by himself at any time.
4. No firearms, fireworks, illegal drugs, or alcohol permitted in camp. Violation of this rule is cause for dismissal from camp.
5. No pets. Licensed service animals are permitted (please bring animal license/certificate for verification)
6. Guests arriving at camp are the responsibility of the unit. You must ensure no unauthorized visitor is within your camping area. Our staff is unable to police visitors during unit camping weekends.
7. All properties and facilities of the Boy Scouts of America are NON-SMOKING. This is a national BSA policy. The designated Smoking area is the parking lot, out of view of the Scouts.
8. Trash is the responsibility of the unit. Please plan to haul your own trash from camp. Ash and coals, from BBQ or fire barrels, is to be hauled with trash and not buried or dumped in the woods.
9. Please use only the areas that you have reserved. There may be other units that have reserved other areas in camp and will need access to those areas.
10. The following areas are OFF LIMITS to all:
 Unmarked and Non-trail areas (including between campsites)
 Ridges, gulches and ravines, except the Nature and Wildcat Trails
 Ranger’s Cabin and workshop
 High and Low COPE courses (unless reserved)
 Pool area and Shower facilities (unless reserved)
 Lodge and Bathrooms (unless reserved)

Vehicles Rules
1. All cars are to be parked in the camp parking lot, facing outward (backed into the stall). This is for emergency purposes. In the event of a camp evacuation, we must be able to access the exit to the road without any vehicle needing to back out of the stall and impeding traffic.
2. Vehicles are not allowed inside the inner gate, with these exceptions:
a. On check-in/checkout, one vehicle is permitted to drive to the campsite to load unit supplies.
b. Vehicles, assisting with Handicap Access, may drive into camp at beginning and ending of camp.
c. Emergency Vehicle access
3. Vehicles must maintain a 5 mph speed, or less. In order to ensure a safe speed, a pedestrian must walk in front of the vehicle, guiding the vehicle to and from the campsite.
4. Vehicles are NOT permitted to drive into campsite. Park in the area next to the road, adjacent to your campsite, for offloading.
5. For safety reasons, no vehicles will be permitted into camp after dark.

59-780 Pupukea Road
Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712

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Camp Use Policy Back to Top

All registered Scouting units and non-Scout groups using the facilities at any Aloha Council Camps agree to follow the policies and guidelines in the current printing of BSA publication #618622 Guide to Safe Scouting” (A Unit Leader’s Guide for Current Policies and Procedures to Safe Activities). This can be found online at  for viewing or to print. It can also be purchased at Aloha Council. All Federal, State and Local laws must also be followed.


Unit or non-Scout group leaders are in full charge of their unit or group at all times. Two registered adult leaders, or one adult and a parent of a participating youth member, on of whom must be 21 years of age or older, are required in camp at all times. It is also recommended that there be at least one adult leader for ever ten (10) youth members in camp. Coed overnight activities require male and female adult leaders. Youth Protection policies must be must be enforced and all Federal, State and Local laws regarding youth must be followed.


All firearms, fireworks, alcoholic beverages and controlled substances are not allowed in camp.

The Boy Scouts of America prohibits the use of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances at encampments or activities on property owned and/or operated by the Boy Scouts of America, or at any activity involving participation of youth members.  All Federal, State, and local laws must be followed.

Adult leaders should support the attitude that young adults are better off without tobacco and should not allow the use of tobacco products at any BSA activity involving youth participants.

All areas at camp are designated non-smoking.


Only battery operated flashlights and lanterns are permitted in tents. No flames in tents is a rule that must be enforced.


No pets are allowed in camp. This does not include Service Animals such as “Seeing Eye” dogs.


Vehicles, including automobiles, trucks, vans, motorcycles, bicycles, etc., are not permitted in camp. Vehicles transporting equipment and supplies may be permitted to enter the camp to drop off and pickup only. Equipment and supplies are to be unloaded and the vehicle returned immediately to the designated parking areas.


All Scouting units and non-Scout groups using camp facilities  will be held responsible for damage to camp property.  Reimbursement for cleaning, repairs, and/or property damage will be deducted from your security deposit with additional costs billed to your Scouting unit or non-Scout group if applicable. Your unit/group is expected to keep the facilities clean and to leave the camp clean upon departure as well as unplugging appliances, turning off all the circuit breakers and securing all parts of the property.


It is the responsibility of the unit/group to pick up all trash and take it with them upon their departure.  Pack it in, pack it out.


BSA units may choose a service project or even  a conservation project for an advancement requirement. All users of Camp Ehrhorn are invited to help. Please contact the property managerprior to your arrival if you are interested in lending a hand.

Check In Procedure Back to Top

Please see camp caretaker

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Please see camp caretaker

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

Cancellation policy is as follows:

4 months prior to reservation- full refund of total camp fees

6 weeks prior to reservation- 50% refund of total camp fees

30 days prior or less- no refund

Cleaning Policy Back to Top

It is the responsibility of each unit or group to thoroughly clean all camp facilities used, including the refrigerators, prior to checking out of camp. All tables must be put back in its original configuration.  All metal and plastic tent pegs must be pulled out of the ground and taken with you as when you leave camp.  A fee for janitorial services will be charged to any unit or group that fails to clean up after themselves. Units and non-Scout groups are expected to abide by the Leave No Trace principles. Pack it in, pack it out.