Camp Willett

Mrs. Edith Scott Willett donated a 535-acre (2.17 km²) plot near Oak View, California in 1954 and is named
in her honor. Camp Willett is used for events such as Camporees, Troop weekend camping and training events. The
facilities are very rustic at camp and campers should practice Leave no Trace at all times during their stay.

There is a Quonset hut building which can facilitate shelter, has hook up for generator
to supply electricity within the building, BBQ area and Dutch Owen cooking. Pit toilets and water spigots are located
throughout the camp and within campsites.

The camp entrance is located on Sulphur Mountain Road. Driving to camp: Take the US-101 North/Ventura
Fwy towards Santa Barbara; take the California 33 north exit toward Ojai and turn right at Sulphur Mountain Road;
drive past the Girl Scout Camp to cattle gate #1 (gate is locked at all times), head east on Sulphur
Mountain Road; turn left at Camp Willett sign before crossing cattle gate #3.

Click here for driving directions to Camp Willett