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Camp Royaneh
(Cazadero, CA)
1925 - Present
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Entrance to Camp Royaneh from Cazadero Highway
4600 Scanlon Rd. (Mailing Address - PO Box 39)
Cazadero, CA  95421 (Sonoma County)
707.632.5291

328 feet above sea level
38 Degrees 31' 12.12" North
123 Degrees 3' 57.02" West

2 miles south of Cazadero
345 Acres (120 acres when property was first acquired)
14 campsites (5 when camp first opened)
$27.50 for two weeks, including Greyhound bus transportation (1945)

Amphitheater, creek, swimming Pool, dinning hall, handicraft building
Purchased from Sarah Watson in 1925 for $17,000.
Name changed to Camp C.C. Moore in 1938 and then changed back to Camp Royaneh in 1951.
Boy Scouts of America, San Francisco Bay Area Council • 1001 Davis Street, San Leandro, CA 94577-1514, (510) 577-9000
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