Prince Edward Island National Park, on the north shore of the island, is home to some of the most spectacular beaches in the country. While the park does not offer group camping, it is nonetheless a fantastic adventure destination for Beaver Scouts and Cub Scouts to enjoy swimming, building sand castles, hiking, cycling – and more!
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site in central Nova Scotia offers group camping. Check out the Mi’kmaw petroglyphs on the shores of Kejimkujik Lake, and take advantage of some of the best paddling in Atlantic Canada!
Kouchibouguac National Park in New Brunswick sits on the beachy shores of the Northumberland Strait. The park offers group camping, supervised swimming and the opportunity to paddle a voyageur canoe and visit a grey seal colony!
Terra Nova National Park in Newfoundland offers some wonderful day hikes, and it’s conveniently just down the road from Scouts Canada’s Camp Nor’ Wes! It’s a great place to pitch your tents or stay in cabins. Enjoy the beautiful beach and welcoming water of Northwest Pond when you take a refreshing swim after hiking in the park!
Gros Morne National Park in western Newfoundland has a variety of hiking trails and some of the most spectacular scenery on the island. Camp at Berry Hill, and be sure to take advantage of the Berry Hill Pond loop adjacent to the campground.