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New Brunswick Council operates three camping properties, which are all available for booking by Scouts Canada groups as well as members of the public.

Yoho Scout Reserve

Located about 20 minutes along the Hanwell Road outside Fredericton on Yoho Lake.  The camp consists of 700 acres of forest and offers a sandy lakefront for water activities.  There are two all-season lodges.  The Jensen Lodge with a wood stove for heating and a propane stove for cooking, as well as propane lights, is suitable for small groups.  The newly constructed Bair Lodge with electrical facilities can accommodate two large groups.  The new lodge is fully contained, complete with showers, washrooms and a large kitchen and dining area.  There are also outdoor camping opportunities for older youth in a tenting area located at the Miller Campground which includes several camp sites and small buildings.  The camp has an extensive Nature Trail, canoeing resources and a baseball field. 

For more information, visit the Yoho Scout Reserve website.

Camp Holderville

Located on Route 845 on the Kingston Peninsula about an hour from Saint John (part of the fun is a short ferry ride across the river).  This camp consists of approximately 100 acres of forest including a large beaver pond situated near the St. John River.  The primary facility is a renovated farm house with electrical utilities, used year round for sleeping accommodation and dining area. An all-season camping lodge is located at the back of the property and can be accessed by a 20 minute hike.  Several camping areas and Adirondack shelters are situated along the main trails.  A meadow area can be used for large group activities. Contact Brenda Graham, Camp Property Manager at (506)738-2607 or

For more information, visit the Camp Holderville website.

Camp Cole

Located at Pineville along the South Renous Road, 30 minutes from Miramichi City, nestled in a 100 acre wooded lot with some minor frontage on the Dungarvon River. There is an extensive pine forest with tenting sites ideally suited for Scout and Venturer activities. Facilities include an all-season lodge accommodating 30, a cook house and dining area – these can be booked year round. Buildings have electricity with a spring fed water system. Contact Carvel Sturgeon, Camp Property Manager (506) 773-7334.


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