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Camp Manitou

One lodge has flush toilets in the same building while the other has a wood-burning fireplace and flush toilets in a separate building. There is a picnic shelter, nine campsites, and open areas consisting of four separate fields which can easily accommodate 1000 campers. Additional water and toilet facilities are located throughout the camp. Various nature trails are available in camp and access to the Bruce Trail is across the road.

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Emergency Details

7484 Twiss Road Milton ON 
Coordinates: 43.448414, -79.955223 

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Address of Local Hospitals:
Milton District Hospital 
725 Bronte St S, Milton 
Phone: (905) 878-2383 
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Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital
3001 Hospital Gate, Oakville
Phone: (905) 845-2571
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Joseph Brant Hospital
1230 North Shore Blvd E, Burlington
Phone: (905) 632-3737
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  • On-Site Facilities
  • Planning your stay? This is what you need to know!

    On-site facilities include Cell coverage. Fire pits. Flush Toilets. Group Camping. Cabins. Campsites. Chapel. Picnic Tables. Shopping nearby. Emergency Phone. Drinking Water. Cabins with appliances

  • On-Site Program
  • What can you do at Manitou

    Available activities include: Hiking Trails. GPS-Geocaching. Sports Field

    Visit their Website for more info

  • Local attractions
  • Places to go visit

    Halton County Radial Railway Museum, Country Heritage Park, Canadian Warplane Museum, Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, Kelso Conservation Area , Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Hilton Falls Conservation Area, Mountsberg Conservation Area.

  • Bruce Trail Hiking
  • Want to hike on the Bruce Trail? These are the local attractions you can Hike to!

    On the Bruce Trail, it is a 17 km hike south to Mount Nemo Scout Camp, a 3.5 km hike north to Crawford Lake Conservation Area which features a reconstructed Native village, and a 10.9 km hike north to Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area which has caves and group camping.