This is an information hub for leaders of Scouts and Cubs attending either Aubrey Watzek Lodge or Nanitch lodge

Sign up Information:

Winter lodge reservations are under “Events” not “Facilities” in Tentaroo. Click on “events” then scroll to the bottom, alphabetical, and select “Winter Lodge – Cub Scout Family Snow Day”

New this year: Use of helmets are strongly encouraged by all participants using the sledding hill (2024 helmets will be required). The Council has purchased helmets for community use. Youth and Adults are welcome to bring their own helmets for use, ie: bicycle helmets, ski and snowboard helmets. Sanitation will be used in-between uses.

What to bring and not bring:

Things to Bring 💼 for an overnight stay (Scouts BSA)

Things to Bring for Day use Stay (Cub Scouts)

What to leave at home

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Details about the lodges:

Aubrey-Watzek Lodge ❄

Nanitch Lodge 🛷

Map to the winter lodges

Local Attractions & Things to do

Local Attractions / supplies

Winter Recreation ideas

$$ Cost:

Cub Scouts: $10 person per day, payable at time of reservation. Lodge daytime capacity for this event is 200.

Scouts BSA: $20 per person, per day, payable at time of reservation. Aubrey Lodge overnight capacity is 120 total youth and adults. Nanitch Lodge overnight capacity is 60 total youth and adults.

UPDATE Refunds:

Reduction of youth on the reservation will be allowed up to two weeks prior to the reservation date. 50% of the original reservation is non refundable. Within two weeks of the start date, no refunds will be made. The ONLY exception is when ODOT closes the highway. Winter weather conditions are not reason for refund.

Participation requirements :

Participants must be registered members of Scouting units, or prospective members (of the correct age and gender).

Units must have unit accident insurance in effect at time of activity. Cascade Pacific Council units have insurance provided thru the council.

Cub Scout Family Days: Cub Scout Family Snow Days will permit siblings or family members of Cub Scout age to attend as well.

Sno-Park Permits

Sno-Park permits are REQUIRED by Oregon ODOT and the parking areas are patrolled regularly by Oregon State Police. Plan on receiving a ticket if you do not have a Sno-Park permit properly displayed. Click here for more information.

Handy Links

Winter Lodge page on the council website

Sno-Park Permit Information

Arrival times:

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