White Pine Council
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Each of the Area and Council Camps in White Pine Council have many elements to offer your Group's program. Click on a Camp below for more information.
Camp Samac has more than 30 species of trees, an environmentally sensitive creek and good hiking trails. This property offers many secluded campsites and large open areas to accommodate up to 1,000 campers with 7 municipal water taps and flush privies. There are 11 cabins on site that will accommodate 10 to 80 persons in bunks with mattresses, all cabins are heated with separate kitchens and flush toilets. The largest cabin has 6 showers. Read More>>
Brookwood is located in the Kawartha Lakes, in Otonabee Conservation Authority lands consisting of half open rolling meadow and half forest and swamp area ideal for exploring and pioneering projects. There are at least 100 possible patrol wilderness sites completely separate from each other, no water, no privies, no hydro, only nature and the night sounds that it provides. Read More>>
The Cobourg Scout Reserve has many special camping experiences to offer everybody from ages 3 to 93. Situated on sixty-nine acres of wooded land located in the heart of Northumberland Forest, this camp can offer hiking, wildlife and camp crafts in abundance. The camp is at the base of the tallest hill in the forest and was previously a downhill ski resort. Tobogganing and cross country skiing is excellent. Read More>>
Camp Gilroy is nestled on the shore of Wollaston Lake. The Camp is three-quarters cleared with 3 designated campsites, and one-quarter wooded with hiking trails. The sand beach with dock allows for great swimming and canoeing on this large, interesting lake. Read More>>
Langley Park Scout Reserve is owned by the local Rotary Club, but has been managed for years by Scouts Canada, Kawartha Waterways Area. It is bisected by the Cavanville Creek which is shallow in summer and great for catching small creek critters for environmental studies. There are large group camping areas, with three large open fields for gatherings. The south side of creek has 4 hectares of mature cedar woods for winter outings. Read More>>
Camp Saganaska is within the Vanderwater Conservation area along the Moira River. There are numerous hiking and cross-country ski trails through this area rich in wildlife and vegetation. Canoe down the Moira River to Belleville or from Madoc and Tweed to Camp Saganaska. This camp has a large cleared area for major events with a chapel and campfire area. The mature cedar woods is ideal for winter camping. Read More>>