Camp Josepho

The Western Los Angeles County Council conducts Wood Badge training at Camp Josepho, a beautiful 110 acre camp, nestled into remote Rustic Canyon near the beaches of Pacific Palisades and Malibu in the Santa Monica Mountains. The camp offers a traditional camp setting of years gone by featuring an old western style lodge and cow trails that follow the old creek bed to cozy campsites stretching through the canyon wilderness.

Click here for the Camp Josepho website.

Directions

Click here for driving directions to Camp Josepho.

Brief History

Camp Josepho was given in 1941 to the Crescent Bay Council, BSA (now part of WLACC), by Anatol and Ganna Josepho as an expression of gratitude to his adopted land. Since that time Camp Josepho has been used by scouts and scouters for day, weekend and weeklong retreats.

Historic Josepho Lodge

The magestic Lodge makes any occasion a memorable one. High open beam ceilings, a large wooden stage, beautiful paned glass windows and fascinating relics of Boy Scouts throughout its long history are a few of the wonders you will find when you cross the threshold of the Josepho Lodge. In addition to the very large main hall, the lodge has a commercial kitchen, a conference room, a billiard room, four classrooms, and rest rooms with showers.

Contact Information

www.campjosepho.org
Reservations camping@bsa-la.org or 818-785-8700 Ext. 130
Ranger 310-459-9093