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Camp DayHonDayLahQuah
3 ha (7 acres)
611 Pinecrest Rd, Port Colborne, ON (Map may be inaccurate)
Port Colborne, Ontario, 30 km south of St. Catherines
30L/14: Welland
Scouts Canada, Battlefields Council, Merritt Trail Area
+1 905 835 1534
+1 866 568 7472
DayHonDayLahQuah is a small, wooded camp with tenting sites and a cabin. The cabin includes washrooms, kitchen with dishes and appliances, and a main room which can be used for sleeping, eating, and training. Outside, there is a large picnic shelter with a brick fireplace, picnic tables, and electric lighting.

The camp is a short walk from Humberstone Centennial Park which includes a play structure, sports field, tennis courts, picnic shelter, and beach on Lake Erie.

Nearby Scouting attractions include the 1955 World Scout Jamboree campground and commemorative plaque near Fort George and the Niagara Scouting Museum in Niagara Falls.

Scouts Canada closed the camp in September, 2019.

In nearby Lake Erie
Greater Niagara Circle Route
Tenting sites: Yes
Adirondack shelters: No
Villages: No
Cabins: Yes
Drinking water: Yes
Emergency phone: Yes
Mobile phone coverage: Yes
Electric vehicle charging: Unknown
Picnic tables: Yes
Cooking shelters: Yes
Appliances in cabins: Yes
On-site store: No
Shopping nearby: Yes
Showers: No
Indoor washrooms: Yes
Wheelchair washroom: No
Hiking trails: No
Formal campfire circle: No
Chapel: No
Compass course: No
Obstacle course: No
Pioneering supplies: No
Archery: No
Riflery: No
Sledding: No
Snowshoes available: No
Skis available: No
Low ropes course: No
High ropes course: No
Bouldering: No
Rock climbing: No
Rappelling: No
Mountain bike trail: No
Mountain bikes available: No
Skating rink: No
Volleyball: No
Sports field: Yes
Fishing: No
Snorkeling equipment: No
Sailboats available: No
Lake frontage: No
Canoeable water: No
Canoes available: No
Kayaks available: No
Section summer camp program: No

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