Camps in Voyageur Council
Each of the Area and Council Camps in Voyageur Council have many elements to offer your Group's program. Click on a Camp below for more information.
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Since 1938, Camp Opemikon has been situated on the southern tip of the Canadian Shield on Christie Lake, 100 km southwest of Ottawa. This idyllic camp on more than 200 acres of rugged terrain, nestled among three pristine lakes, provides the perfect Scouting adventure. A large, modern kitchen and dining hall provides campers with wholesome, nutritious meals in a pleasant atmosphere. Read More>>
Apple Hill Camp is naturally divided into north and south areas set on 297 acres. The north has a large open field, a pond, and dense woods. The south end has a pole barn, covered shelter, winterized cabin, and three large fields. Low impact camping is required Read More>>
Explore the many trails through mixed forest, wetlands, conifer plantations, alder thickets, nut groves, meadows and an alternative energy display. In the summer, take a refreshing dip in the Rideau at the Baxter beach. Join in our excellent outdoor education programs.
Although not a Scouts Canada property, there is an agreement between Scouts Canada and the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA) that allows Scout Groups to use Baxter Conservation Area as if it were a Scouts Canada property. Baxter provides year round camping and has two buildings available. Read More>>
On the southeast shore of Newboro Lake with easy access to the Rideau Canal System. Wilderness camp ideal for backpacking or canoeing, bike hikes, or standing camps with three campground areas, easy road access, hiking trails, and kybos. Read More>>
49 Acres of property including access to waterfront on beautiful Hurds Lake 8km from the city of Renfrew Ontario. Accomidations for 92 with heated quarters that can hold 32. 5 Tent platforms with many more ground sites for tenting. Read More>>
The camp is located on the north shore of Buck Lake. There is a sandy beach, tenting sites, and campfire area. The lodge contains a large dining area, kitchen with stoves and refrigerators, and for staff, a sleeping area, flush toilet, and shower as well as a nurse's station. It has a well, kybos, open activity area, pavilion-type shelter, and approximately twelve tenting sites. The camp can be used in winter, however, there are no water facilities during the winter season at the lodge. Read More>>
A camp hugging northeast bay of Otter Lake, adjacent to Frontenac Park and on the Rideau Trail. There is a dining hall (no heat) with two kitchens, vault toilets, activity field and three main wilderness campsites. Access to Frontenac Park by hiking trails or by water through Doe Lake. Read More>>
Located on Hughes Lake near the community of Otter Lake, PQ, has ample lakefront with a dock, a hardwood forest, and hilly steep banks to the lake. Read More>>
Camp Sheldrick is located on the Nation River at Hess creek North. The camp is primarily a meadow with a small wooded area. There is are kybos, a dining shelter, an outdoor chapel, a large council fire circle, and a camping area. Read More>>
Camp Traill is a wilderness Camp of mostly trees, rocks and beaver ponds. It is an amazing Scouting experience for all levels. The Camp is about 360 Acres with at least 4 trails. There is a main Building with two wood stoves, and a kitchen with a big propane stove. We own about 150 meters of lakefront on Charleston Lake which can be used for canoeing. Read More>>
Located on south end of Otty Lake, Whispering Pines has twenty large, secluded camping sites with drinking water, kybos, a large campfire circle, and a Scouts' Own chapel. The camp is a perfect place for water activities and has access to the Rideau Trail. There is a large selection of pioneering poles in a covered shelter and lots of firewood available. Read More>>