There is a lot of information for all group types on this site.  Please take your time to look around. It is our intention to provide most of the information you may need right here. If you think there is something missing, please let us know through the feedback form. 

If you are interested to see how the camp and the Port looked from the 50's to the 70's then please go to our Facebook page as we are in the process of uploading over 400 film slides that  have been digitised and colour corrected. (restoring them is a bit more than we can handle, but can do by request for important pictures). You might even be able to help identify the people in the photos. We have also digitised some of the old camp books with great stories.


Please enjoy this short video made by Paul Smith. Paul took a lot of time and effort to produce this and managed to perfectly blend the past of the camp with the camp of today.

If getting our kids out into nature is a search for perfection, or is one more chore, then the belief in perfection and the chore defeats the joy. It’s a good thing to learn more about nature in order to share this knowledge with children; it’s even better if the adult and child learn about nature together. And it’s a lot more fun.
— Richard Louv, Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder