Outdoor adventure is a fundamental element of Scouting. We love Camping!
In 2018 our youth spent 591,500 nights away and sang by the light of 680,000 campfires.
This article answers general questions about Scouts Canada camps. For answers about a specific camp please check out the campsite’s website, if you are unable to find what you are seeking please reach out to the Help Centre.
There are over 125 camps across the country.
Our camps fit the needs of diverse Scouting Groups across Canada. Scouts Canada camps offer a wide range of accommodation, from train cabooses and cabins with appliances to tent sites. Every camp is unique and some specialize in certain types of activities.
Use the Find a Scouts Camp locator feature.
The cost of camp varies depending on the camp, the activities taking place and how long the camping trip is for. Please reach out to the camp to find out the fees. If you are unable to find the fees please reach out to the Help Centre. On Average camping for 1 week costs $400-$500.
Yes! The No One Left Behind Participation Subsidy is available for fees, equipment and gear. Simply ask with your Group Commissioner to apply for the participation subsidy on your behalf. You are able to receive up to $200 per child.
Yes! When Scouting isn’t happening at Scout Camps families are able to rent a Scouts campsite to have safe, fun, family adventures!
Every Scouting Group is different, we do not have a mandatory number of days each Group must camp during the year. Groups are encouraged to plan camping every season.
See the Program Quality Guide for more information
Yes! Camps post their job advertisements on their websites as well as other frequently used job positing websites such as Indeed.
Scouts Canada does not post job advertisements for Camp positions on our website because Camps function independently.
Yes! Scout Camp Volunteer opportunities are available for many of our camps. Reach out to the Help Centre to be directed to the Camps & Properties team for assistance.