Camp Two Roads

Camp Two Roads – this is a BRAND NEW program designed by TCC board member and camp director Erin McPherson. C2R’s mission is to empower young women to reach their full potential.

Registration is now closed for our 2019 camp.

Already registered and looking for packing lists, directions to camp and other important camp information? 

2019 C2R Parent Preparation Packet.doc



  • Dates:  June 23-28, 2019         
  • Location: Canyonview Camp; Silverton, OR
  • Camp registration period: Early bird registration is open until May 15th, 2019.
  • Questions: Contact the Director: Erin “Salmonberry” McPherson  [email protected] or 971-328-1653

Age/Grades Served:

  • Campers – Grades 3-10 in the fall of 2019
  • Associate Counselor – 9th Grade and up in the fall of 2019
  • Cabin Leaders – 10th Grade and up in the fall of 2019

Camp fees:

Our goal is to offer high quality camp programming at an affordable cost to families. 

  • Campers  – $325
  • Associate Counselors – all positions filled for 2019
  • Cabin Leaders – These positions will be hired as part of the Camp Staff. As such, a majority of their fees will be included in camp operating costs. – all positions filled for 2019


Camp Mission and History:

Camp Two Roads believes that outdoor happiness deepens awareness, kinship and adventure. We strive to provide the tools necessary to empower young women to be confident leaders both in the outdoors and within their communities. We work to broaden their horizon of possibilities so that they have the courage and ability to blaze their own roads in life.


Our staff are well trained. With over 10 years experience working with all girl populations in the outdoors – they’re very good at what they do. Several Cabin Leaders have been former campers of our programming themselves. In fact, 2 of our current Senior Staff began as 4th grade campers and have never left! All of our adult staff are background checked.



Campers develop confidence with outdoor skills such as knots/lashing, compasses and fire building. Also, they learn how to cook in the outdoors, study nature and build positive communication skills through teamwork challenges. Recreation activities include, swimming and water sport, archery, arts and crafts, hiking and more. Each evening brings a full campfire program and late night activities include a night hike, and an outdoor movie under the stars with popcorn or an all-camp dance. We turn off the technology for a full week and exercise interpersonal skills.  Camp Two Roads is fun, safe and an important opportunity for young women to get to know themselves and the world around them.

Campers: Cabins are assigned by grade level in the fall and we try to limit a cabin to no more than 2 grade levels. Cabin buddies may request each other on their participant information forms. Each cabin will be led by a Cabin Leader and Associate Counselor, with approximately 10 campers.

Ready To Join Our Leadership Team? Apply Now

CLAC Staff Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a positive role model for girls.
  • Assist senior staff to provide high quality outdoor programming to younger girls.
  • Attend all required meetings for camp, including pre-camp training, evening team building meetings and camp tear down on Friday.
  • Maintain effective communication, teamwork and problem solving skills
  • Supervise cabin units during the evening cabin programming, including campfire and light out.

CLAC – In Training: Our oldest camper units have the option to be our youngest level of leadership. While enjoying the najority of the week as a camper, ther will also working with senior staff to ensure a successful week of camp for younger campers.  They will participate in leadership trainings with the rest of the staff and their Cabin Leaders will also help to prepare them for the next step of leadership: Associate Counselor.

Associate Counselors: Girls entering 9th grade or above may apply. ACs work with CLs and Senior Staff to ensure a successful week of camp for all campers. They assist in daytime programming areas, facilitate recreation activities, and assist cabin leaders during cabin time activities.

Cabin Leaders: Girls entering 10th grade or above may apply to be a Cabin Leader. They fulfill a larger leadership role at camp mentoring associate counselors and younger girls during the daytime and in the evening, facilitating activities during the day and leading cabin program in the evenings. They are responsible for 8-10 campers with the support of an Associate Counselor.

Applications for CLAC staff will be sent out upon registration and payment of $50 non-refundable deposit.


Camp is an experience every child deserves. Help us to minimize registration costs for families and add additional programming. For a list of giving options, follow the links below.