Oljato is a magical place! From the moment of arrival to the last day of camp, Scouts are immersed in the outdoor adventure of Scouting.
See for yourself—watch a sneak peak of the new film Celebrating Camp Oljato’s 75 years of Scouting.
Many thanks to 2015 Camp Staff, Commissioner Sandy Nall, Skip Nall and Executive Producer David Miura, Troop 57 Palo Alto and all the scouts. Special thanks to Don Hardy for his generous contribution of full lake photography from 2012. Producer: Rick Bacigalupi, http://www.bacipix.com
Camp Oljato has complete aquatics, nature, handicrafts, and shooting sports areas which are complemented by our highly-rated dining hall and food service team.
Camp Oljato (pronounced ole-JAY-toe) is located on Huntington Lake in Lakeshore, CA (Fresno County). Our camp's property ranges in elevation from 7,000 to just under 8,000 feet. The camp is about 240 miles from the Pacific Skyline Council, San Mateo/Santa Clara area, about 5-6 hours driving time. Camp Oljato is accessible only by pontoon boats which run on a regular schedule during our Scout camping season.
Oljato is a name of a Navajo Indian village near Monument Valley, Utah, and the name means "Starlight on the Waters."
Camp Oljato is a fully accredited program of the Boy Scouts of America conducted on US Department of Forest Service Property.
2016 Oljato Summer Camp, sign up here.
Session 1 - June 19 - June 25, Sun-Sat
Session 2 - June 26 - July 2, Sun-Sat
Session 3 - July 3 - July 9, Sun-Sat
Session 4 - July 10 - July 16, Sun-Sat
Session 5 - July 17 - July 23, Sun-Sat
Session 6 - July 24 - July 30, Sun-Sat
For further information
contact the Foster City Service Center (650) 341-5633.
Looking for Summer Employment?
for Summer Camp employment info.