Friends in Scouting,
On behalf of the properties team I would like to provide a status update pertaining to the temporary closure of Tamaracouta Scout Reserve (TSR). As previously mentioned, before committing investments for the future of TSR, we plan to engage the services of a professional asset management firm to complete an overall review of Scouts Canada’s property portfolio and assist in the formulation of a viable strategic plan for our properties. This process is still ongoing and as a result TSR will continue to remain closed.
As previously committed to, our community – Scouters, parents, youth members and employees – will be engaged throughout this process to provide feedback on how we can create a sustainable, mission-aligned camp for youth to safely enjoy. This engagement will take place as required, throughout the process.
I want to thank you for your patience and understanding.
Please note: The property continues to be maintained and has regular surveillance during the temporary closure. Trespassing is prohibited.
Director, Property Operations
Scouts Canada – National Service Centre
T 613.224.5134 ext. 274
While we continue to review TSR the following facilities may be able to provide adventure solutions:
100 acres of wilderness alongside the beautiful Chateauguay River featuring hiking trails, creaks and wetlands make this camp a natural for your next wilderness adventure.
Year round camping adventure come alive at camp Lovering located in Magog Quebec. Whether you are looking for hiking trails, a giant campfire circle, sledding, mountain bike trails, a sports field, fishing, canoeable waters we have you covered.
Nestled on Spooner pond, near Richmond Quebec, Camp Kinagalawi offers adventure abound. A four season camp, heated winter cabin that can sleep 20+, 8 lean-tos, a fully furnished Kitchen and dining hall, open play fields, wooded area, and a private water front can fit any groups needs.
Camp Opemikon is 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
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