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Activities

Archery

Archery is rooted in patience and independence. Leaders provide safe and attentive instruction to ensure that participants are able to learn the dynamics of this sport.

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Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts is for expressing your creative side. Our instructors help participants explore their creativity by making something  beautiful and memorable.

Basketball

Basketball is a great group activity that everyone can enjoy. With six nets and benches to sit and watch, the basketball court has enough space for playing full games, several small games, or to simply enjoy spectating.

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Beach Volleyball

Beach volleyball overlooking beautiful views of the Waterfront. Players are able to serve, volley and bump the ball with a lake breeze to accompany them.

Bicycling

Bicycle through forest trails and explore new sights and sounds as part of our biking program. Safety and fun are combined to make this activity a hit among participants both young and old. A bike ride test is required before embarking on a biking adventure.

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Campfire

Campfire is a most honoured tradition at Camp Scugog. Participants and staff gather around our campfire to enjoy an evening of songs and skits. Beginning with energetic action songs, where campfire goers are free to let loose, and close with our well-known guitar songs as the sun sets over the lake.

Canoeing

Canoeing is great for exploring Lake Scugog. Whether paddling through the swamp and discovering new animals and plants, playing canoe games, or learning new skills, our participants are certain to enjoy this great Canadian tradition.

We are proud to be able to offer ORCKA canoeing certifications to campers and staff.

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Field Sports

Field sports range from soccer to flag football to camp-wide games of tag. Here participants are able to be active and learn to cooperate on a team. Games cater to the abilities and skill levels of all participants.

High Ropes

High ropes are a new addition to the activities we offer at Camp Scugog. Off the forest path, Leahey Lane, can be found a high ropes adventure that tests skills of balance, strength and cooperation. Groups must work together to overcome obstacles in the sky!

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Coming Soon

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Kayaking

Kayaking has become a favourite activity at Camp Scugog as participants are able to maneuver themselves around our bay, testing their own skills and abilities while feeling the accomplishment of propelling themselves forward.

 

We are proud to be able to offer ORCKA kayaking certifications to campers and staff.

Low Ropes

Low ropes are tucked away in our cedar forest so that participants are able to connect with nature while enjoying this rewarding and exciting activity. With teamwork and cooperation, participants are able to work together to overcome each challenge.

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Paddleboarding

Paddleboarding is a well-loved activity, where campers balance, standing or kneeling, on a paddleboard. A serene experience for participants to independently move while feeling free and at peace simply staying afloat.

Swimming

Swimming is an integral part of the culture at Camp Scugog. Swimmers are able to work on their swimming strokes and skills, or simply enjoy splashing around and playing in the water. 

 

Camp Scugog’s Summer Camp is pleased to offer our LITs and JCs their Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross certifications to provide them with job opportunities as well as valuable skills to take to their homes and communities

We are proud to offer eligible staff members the opportunity to qualify for the National Lifeguard – Waterfront certification through the Lifesaving Society.

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