Scouting and Guiding in Ontario - Scouts Canada - Scouts Canada Council Camp Sites - Central Ontario

Central Ontario

  • Blue Springs Scout Reserve (near Acton, Ontario)
  • Camp Char'Bro (near Owen Sound, Ontario)
  • Camp Everton (near Rockwood, Ontario)
  • Goodyear Memorial Scout Camp (near Orangeville, Ontario)
  • Green Bay Scout Camp (Lake Cecebe, Ontario on the Magnetawan River system)
  • Haliburton Scout Reseve (near Haliburton, Ontario)
  • Camp Manitou (near Campbellville, Ontario)
  • Camp Wildman Scout Camp (near Midland, Ontario)
  • Woodland Trails Scout Camp (near Stouffville, Ontario)

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