Camp Laramie Peak

Home of Xtreme Scouting

Camp Laramie Peak was purchased in 1920 by a group of volunteers wanting a place to take Scouts in the wilderness. The rugged terrain, rambling brooks, and mountain backdrop was the ideal location.

Camp Laramie Peak is located northwest of Wheatland, Wyoming, near the base of Laramie Peak, in the Medicine Bow National Forest. The elevation at the Camp is approximately 6800 feet, which means we have cool evenings and mornings. Our temperatures during camp range from the 40′s at night to the 90′s during the day.

Camp Laramie Peak is a family style dining hall camp offering a full range of summer programs from merit badges to our specialty programs and extreme scouting activities. If your troop is looking for a smaller camp with a family feel, this is the one for you! Bring your own tents, set up your campsite and enjoy home cooked meals in Pugsley Dining Hall!

CLP offers everything from the first year camper program – Roaring Lion – to the high adventure programs including rock climbing, mountain boarding and ATV’s. All of this is set in the foothills right next to Medicine Bow National Forest. Hiking opportunities through scenic wonders abound the area around camp.


Don’t miss the 100th Anniversary of Camp Laramie Peak, summer of 2020.  Save your spot now!  Use the 2020 reservation form to make sure your troop gets the opportunity to celebrate with us!

2020 reservation form

 Home of Extreme Scouting

Camp Laramie Peak is not your run of the mill scout camp. Troops get to experience the traditional camp experience including the merit badge camp program, one that has almost 100 years of history behind it, in addition to our newer specialty programs. Specialty programs include an outstanding first year camper Roaring Lion program, rock climbing, zip lines, ATV’s, mountain boarding and mountain biking.

Quality food prepared for you in the historic Pugsley Dining Hall. Extracurricular opportunities during the day and evening, for both youth and adults.

Contact Us

Questions can be sent to our CLP Camp Director or our council Program Specialist.