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COVID-19 Update: Properties, Fall 2020

All Scouts Canada properties, Scout Halls and camps continue to remain closed, with the exception of those listed below. As part of Scouts Canada’s Return to Scouting, a limited number of properties will open for Scouts Canada members only at this time, supporting safer outdoor Scouting adventures.

Overnight camping is prohibited for all Scouts Canada members. While Groups may still access properties for their evening meetings or an outdoor weekend activity, no overnight activities are permitted. This short-term camping ban is across all Scouts Canada operations in Canada and has no expiration date at this time. The STAGE 2 Standard has been revised to recognise these changes to ensure consistency across Scouts Canada.

Properties that are open have completed an application process and demonstrated that they are in a location capable of supporting many Groups for both evening and weekend activities with the following as some of the qualifiers:

  • One plastic and easy-to-clean washroom and hand washing station per Group/outdoor activity space.
  • A volunteer network in place to properly maintain, clean and welcome visitors to the property.
  • Staggered entrance and exit times.
  • Meet all safety and compliance regulations.
  • Capable of financially sustaining additional costs of reopening and maintenance without the use of indoor buildings and third party rentals.

The approved properties below have done extensive planning to ensure that the health and safety of our membership is of utmost priority and in accordance with all provincial/territorial and local regulations.

For any questions about booking your next adventure, please contact propertybookings@scouts.ca.

Please use the links below to book your next outdoor Scouting adventure! This list will be updated on a regular basis as more properties are approved for reopening.

Book Your Next Adventure at a Scouts Canada Property

Camp Impeesa
(Drumbo, Ontario)

 

Camp Website

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Camp Samac
(Oshawa, Ontario)

 

Camp Website

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Camp Caillet
(Nanaimo, British Columbia)

 

Camp Website

Register Here


Blue Springs Scout Reserve
(Acton, Ontario)

 

Camp Website

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Amisk
(LaSalle (outside Winnipeg), Manitoba) 

 

Camp Website

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Wetaskiwin
(St. Catharines, Ontario)

 

Camp Website

Register Here


Apple Hill Scout Reserve 
(Apple Hill, Ontario)

 

Camp Website

Register Here

Camp Barnard 
(Sooke, British Columbia)

 

Camp Website

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Camp Attawandaron 
(Port Franks, Ontario)

 

Camp Website

Register Here


Harold T. Barrett Fun Forest Camp 
(Beaver Bank, Nova Scotia)

Camp Website

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Woodland Trails Scout Camp
(Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario)

 

Camp Website

Register Here

Camp Holderville 
(Long Reach, New Brunswick)

 

Camp Website

Coming Soon!


Yoho Scout Reserve 
(Yoho, New Brunswick)

Camp Website

Register Here

Camps: Overview

Fun, adventure, challenge — at camp Scouting comes alive.

With over 100 years of experience, Scouts Canada offers safe and high quality outdoor adventure programs for children and youth. We are committed to providing the ultimate outdoor experience.

Scouts Canada has over 125 camps across the country, so you’re sure to find a camp that meets your needs. As you plan your next outing, consider using a Scouts Canada camp. Ours camps are a precious resource, ours to cherish, discover and support.

Many Scouts Canada camps offer a wide range of accommodation, from train cabooses and cabins with appliances to tent sites. You can also choose among camps that provide great services such as catering and equipment rentals and a broad range of program activities – from archery and mountain biking to kayaking and rappelling. Every camp is unique and some specialize in certain types of activities.

If you’re looking for an environmental adventure, try one of our Scouting Centres of Excellence for Nature and Environment (SCENES). These internationally recognized centres offer exceptional programs, such as bird counts, invasive species control, nesting habitat enhancement and practice environmental management. Canada boasts two SCENES centres – Mount Nemo Scout Camp and Blue Springs Scout Reserve – both of which are located near Toronto.  More SCENES centres are “in the works”.

Get to know your camps and start making memories!

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Find a Camp for your next adventure

Opportunities for adventure abound! To find a camp that offers what you want, please visit myscouts.ca to use our searchable Camp Database

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SCENES

Scout Centres of Excellence for Nature and Environment

SCENES (Scout Centres of Excellence for Nature and Environment) provide an opportunity for Scouts to visit natural areas, engage in environmental education programs and experience first-hand environmental management in practice.

SCENES centres are operated and managed according to the highest environmental standards and are committed to protecting ecosystems and minimizing their environmental impact. They also provide hands-on educational activities for youth and training opportunities for leaders, enabling all to engage with nature and become empowered to make their own personal commitment to the environment.

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