Property Chair:- Perry Schippers

Property Warden:- Desiree Tremblay

Camp Otter Lake Quebec Land Acknowledgement

“We would like to acknowledge the land we live, learn, work and are gathered upon today
is the traditional and un-ceded territory of the Algonquin Nation.
As an organization, we offer our thanks for sharing these lands and commit to the ongoing relationship
that recognizes and respect the lands traditions and cultures of the Algonquin Nation”

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Accommodation

Tenting sites: Yes
Adirondack shelters: No
Villages: No
Cabins: Yes

Facilities

Drinking water: No
Emergency phone: No
Mobile phone coverage: Yes, dead zones
Electric vehicle charging: No
Picnic tables: Yes
Cooking shelters: No
Appliances in cabins: Yes
On-site store: No
Shopping nearby: Yes
Showers: No
Indoor washrooms: No
Wheelchair washroom: No

Large Pavilion: No

Program

  • Program Opportunities at the Camp: Program opportunities at Scout Camp Otter Lake are only limited by your imagination but here are some of the common ones:

    • Hiking/Orienteering - many opportunities

    • GPS Caches - There are a number of private (Scouts Only) geocaches hidden at throughout the camp

    • Swimming- swimming, wading, (sandy beach)

    • Fishing

      • Fish from shore or one of our water craft

      • Ice Fishing

    • Canoeing - the camp has 11 canoes available for use.

    • Paddle boat - the camp has 1.

    • Sailboat - the camp has 1.

    • Target Range - Archery, Pellet Gun, Paint-Ball, Slingshot, etc.

    • Camping

      • Year round and ideal for novice to expert,

      • Structure sites, Wilderness or Survival.

      • Come self-contained with your own equipment, or if needed we have equipment available onsite.

    • Fire Starting - Excellent location to learn and practice various fire starting techniques.

    • Wide Area Games

      • Large open field in Zone A

      • Lots of forested area for games.

    • Program Themes

      • Forestry (wide variety of native trees (hardwood & softwood, berry bushes, shrubs, etc.)

      • Field

      • Lake Front and Stream

      • Marsh

  • Nearby Opportunities - rock climbing, white water canoeing, rafting, dog sledding, horse riding, etc. If you need assistance contact either the Camp Warden or Camp Chair.