In 1923, Eathel Moore and W.S. Raker explored the Portland countryside in search of a
permanent site for Camp Namanu. Eighty years later the land where the Bull Run River meets the
Sandy River remains the home of Camp Namanu.
Contained in this section are all the printed histories of Camp Namanu, a look at the new Camp Fire Museum
and several selected biographies of significant people in Camp Namanu history.
We are always seeking more information on Camp Namanu and the people who have helped make it the great camp
that it is, so please submit any information that you might have to contribute.