Points of interest

Everton Scout Camp has a number of activities and points of interest available for groups. 

Archery Range 

Fully equipped outdoor archery range. Must have certified rangemaster. 

Ask the Camp Rangers.

Banderlog's Village

Large fort type structure. Built during the last Canadian Cub Jamboree.

Obstacle Course

Large obstacle course. Located on west side of the river.

Campfire Circles

Bill Evans Campfire Circle (Cub campfire) - Large capacity  View more images

Albert Bader Campfire Circle (Scout Campfire) - Medium capacity  View more images


Everton Chapel (Scout Chapel) - Large capacity  View more images

Knot Shack

Activity shed

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Swinging Bridge

Connects the two sides of Everton Scout Camp. Beautiful views of the river.

Stepping Stones

Connects the two sides of Everton Scout Camp. Beautiful views of the river, possibility to get wet!

Flat Rock

A section of the Eramosa River where the bottom of is a flat sheet of the natural rock. Great for pond dipping and getting your feet wet.

Activity Field

The main field outside of Wheeler Lodge. 

Swimming Pool

The gem of Everton Scout Camp. A large in-ground pool with a diving board and a large capacity.

Climbing Wall

A climbing (bouldering) wall for all ages and skill

Lonesome Pine

This impressive, magnificent specimen of a tree has many legends surrounding it.

Check out the lore surrounding this tree.

Cliffs and Grottos

Cutting through the camp is the beautiful Eramosa River. The river has created many natural landmarks and is surrounded by limestone cliffs.

Check out the lore about the cliffs.

Bee Hives

There is a lot of BUZZ happening at camp!

Places to go visit

Halton County Radial Railway Museum, Long Lane Orchard and Trout Farm, White Rock Ostrich Farm, Country Heritage Park, Canadian Warplane Museum, Rockwood Conservation Area, Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, Kelso Conservation Area, Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Hilton Falls Conservation Area, Mountsberg Conservation Area, Elora Gorge Conservation Area, Guelph Lake Conservation Area, Rockwood Conservation Area