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Mount Nemo Scout Camp

Updated: 2010-01-21. Something not right? Please update the information.
Size60 ha (148 acres)
Coordinates43.425742,-79.851618
Street Address4284 2nd Sdrd, Burlington, ON (Map may be inaccurate)
Nearest town3 km north of Burlington, Ontario
NTS Map30M/5: Hamilton-Burlington
Operated byScouts Canada, Battlefields Council, Hamilton-Wentworth Area
InformationWeb Site
BookingsWeb Site; Contact: Email; Phone: +1 888 726 8876
AccommodationFacilitiesProgram
Tenting sites: Yes
Adirondack shelters: Yes
Villages: No
Cabins: Yes
Drinking water: Yes
Emergency phone: Yes
Mobile phone coverage: Yes
Picnic tables: Yes
Cooking shelters: No
Appliances in cabins: Yes
On-site store: No
Shopping nearby: Yes
Showers: No
Indoor washrooms: Yes
Wheelchair washroom: Yes
Major hiking trails nearby
Bruce Trail
Opportunities
Hiking trails, formal campfire circle, chapel, compass course, pioneering supplies, sledding, sports field, fishing.

Description

Mount Nemo is just north of Burlington on clay terrain with deep ravines. Facilities include nine buildings, eight Adirondack shelters in three pods, and numerous campsites ranging from wilderness sites to large group campsite with car parking located nearby.

The camp is very good place for spring rambles and for a jumping-off point for hikes on the Bruce Trail. Camp Manitou is a day's walk away. Another day's hike north is Rattlesnack Point Conservation area, which has caves and group camping. For a shorter hike, one can hike to Mount Nemo Conservation Area and explore the caves.

Camp Nemo is home to the Hencher Interpretive Centre for Outdoor Program (HICOP). The HICOP is a combination of nature, visitor and program centre in Gordon Williams Lodge just a short walk from the parking lot. The Centre is staffed, on Saturdays, with trained youth and adult interpreters. It is filled with displays and activities centered on nature and environmental themes and it is a good source for maps and other camp information. It will also have activities such as guided interpretive hikes, bird box monitoring, environment monitoring, challenges, crafts, and games. There will be something happening in the centre every weekend and activities such as full moon night hikes during the week. They can also, with advanced notice, do evening meetings during the week.

For More Information

InformationWeb Site
BookingsWeb Site; Contact: Email; Phone: +1 888 726 8876

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