Sunken Lake Scout Camp has been welcoming scouting groups since 1920, making it one of the longest-running camps in the province. Drive-in access to the camp is by a right of way road. It is not plowed during the winter, so groups may have to pack their gear in (400m walk). The camp has a lodge with a kitchen and eating / activity area. The kitchen has a propane stove (4 elements + oven), sink with drinking water, 2 fridges, cooking and eating utensils, coffee maker, electric kettle, toaster, microwave. The lodge has a wood stove insert that provides some heat. Firewood is provided. There is an outdoor firepit. Drinking water is UV treated lake water, tested every 3 months. Water is turned on from mid April until the end of October. Outside these times, you are responsible for bringing your own drinking water. Each of the four cabins sleeps 8 in bunks. Campers are responsible for bringing their own sleeping pads. There is ample room to set up tents, including a field outside the lodge. The camp has 7 canoes and one sit-on kayak. We have life jackets and throw ropes for the canoes.
Scout groups: $7.00 / youth per 24 hours, leaders and adults free.
All other youth groups: $10.00 + HST / youth per night, leaders and adults free. This rate applies to guides, cadets, community youth programs, etc.
Small non-youth groups: $85 + HST per night.
For large group rates, extended stays or if you don't fall into the above categories, contact us.
A "night" is considered any 24 hour period. So Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon counts as 2 nights