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Camp Barnard -  -  250 acres one hour from downtown Victoria BC; 3km from Sooke with a 17 acre lake and extensive hiking trails. Two fully equipped kitchens each seat 100+ with bunkhouses nearby. Two lodges provide kitchen activity and sleeping areas for up to 50. Plenty of wilderness camping sites with archery canoeing swimming hiking geocaching frisbee golf available. Many attractions nearby including easy access to Juan de Fuca Trail. Live-in caretaker. To make a booking contact the Camp Registrar  at

Camp Caillet - Camp Caillet is located just outside Nanaimo close to Brannen lake and access to hiking trails and Mount Benson. Facilities include a heated bunkhouse to accomodate 20, two unheated cabins that accomodate 8 youth each, a large covered fire pit and picnic shelter that seats up to 40. For indoor activities, there is a small heated cabin with large tables and several chairs. There is a fully equipped commercial kitchen and hot and cold running water on site. The camp is split into two by a large creek and both sides have portable outhouses - there are no indoor washrooms at this time. The camp can hold large events with ample off-road parking and a large playing field for wide games. The camp can be booked online at or by calling the Camp Registrar, Andy Chapman at (250) 327-1593.

Camp Gillwell located in the Comox Valley just north of Courtenay along the banks of Brown's River close to Forbidden Plateau and Mount Washington-snowboarding downhill and cross-country ski runs in winter hiking and mountain bike trails in the summer. Facilities include four sleep cabins accommodating 48 (total for all four cabins). An A-frame dining room with full kitchen facilities and seating for up to 35 at a meal. All buildings have electricity. For larger gatherings there is also a shelter with 6 large picnic tables and a fireplace. There are outhouses and a small indoor washroom faciliy available on site. Contact: Dave Kozakowski   at

Camp Nassichuk located along a creek 30 minutes south of Powell River on a logging road. Facilities include a dining pavilion with seating for 50 two propane and one wood cook stove and hot and cold running water. There is a washhouse with two washrooms. A total of ten sleeping shelters accommodate 4-6 people each. There also is a chapel site campfire pit sports field and tenting sites. Contact Mark Kerr at (604) 483-4712.

Camp Woodlands - located on Lake Cowichan this facility is a wilderness camp offering tenting sites a cookhouse and access to hiking trails and canoes. Pumped water and outhouses are available on site. Canoes for rent. Contact Arnold May at



Apex Mountain-two sites both West of Penticton. One is a cabin near the ski area the other a wilderness site. Check out the website

Camp Boyle-13km West of Summerland. A 120-are wilderness camp. Facilities include two heated cabins for approximately 50 large meeting lodge and kitchen. Lots of tenting areas are available. Check out the website

Camp Seacrest- located near Oliver has characteristic grassland and Ponderosa forest near White Lake Observatory. The camp is ideally suited for large groups camping as it has plenty of open space and rolling hills. There is good fishing at Sawmill Lake close by. Check out the website

Camp Dunlop-located on Okanagan Lake just South of Kelowna. Large lodge showers and tenting areas are available. Can handle up to about 100 campers. For information regarding Camp Dunlop (including availability and reservations) the contact is or check out the website

Hydraulic Lake Wilderness Cabins-the three cabins are located on Hydraulic Lake 48km from Kelowna. A total of approximately 30 people can be accommodated. Summer access is by vehicle winter access by foot or snowmobile. Water supply is from the lake and must be boiled treated or filtered. For information the contact is Jim Smith at scoutscabins@shaw.caor at (250) 863 6052 or check out the website

Pear Lake Wilderness Cabin-located on Pear Lake approximately 48km from Kelowna. The cabin sleeps 14 and is heated by a wood stove and wood cooking range. Summer access is by vehicle winter access by foot or snowmobile. Water supply must be boiled treated or filtered.  For information the contact is Jim Smith at or at (250) 863 6052 or check out the website

Ruckell Point Camp-on Shuswap Lake about 80km East of Kamplops.The camp has a Central lodge tenting area and 12 shelters which can accommodate up to 100 guests.Contact BCY Operations Center by telephone at (604) 879-5721 or by fax at (604) 879-5725 or check out the website

Camp Wenman-near Golden BC. A nice lodge located at the edge of the Kicking Horse River. Contact BCY Operations Center by telephone at (604) 879-5721 (604) 879-5725.


Camp Beattie-located just outside of Cranbrook BC. Contact Terry Leggatt at (250) 489-2182.

Camp Stone-located on the edge of the town of Kimberley BC. Contact Gene McIvor at (250) 427-7640.

Camp Tweedsmuir-located just outside Fruitvale east of Trail BC. A facility well suited for Beavers Cubs and Scouts. Contact Heather Hamer at (250) 367-7453. 


Camp Hughes-situated approximately 22km west of Prince George. This wilderness camp is located on a 238 acre spruce wood and hilly site. The site has: a dining hall with cooking facilities waterfront with canoes and boathouse rustic cabins and plenty of wilderness camping sites. Contact Ed Hoffman (250) 964-3636 or


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