Edit — Rogers Reservoir Scout Campground

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Rogers Reservoir Scout Campground
Newmarket, Ontario
31D/3: Newmarket
Scouts Canada, Shining Waters Council, South Lake Simcoe District
Rogers Reservoir is a large open field with a wooded area at one end. There are several brick outhouses built in 1997 during Camp Kybo. There are trails along the Holland River and a ghost canal system abandoned during construction in 1911. It is close to town allowing Scouts to hike or bike to camp. It is big enough to hold many District events, such as camps with up to 300 Scouts. The camp is owned by the Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority and leased by South Lake Simcoe District.

Circa 2001, shortly before the District became an Area, the lease ($1000 per year) was not renewed and the camp closed.

Nokidaa Trail
Tenting sites: Yes
Adirondack shelters: No
Villages: No
Cabins: No
Drinking water: No
Emergency phone: No
Mobile phone coverage: Unknown
Electric vehicle charging: Unknown
Picnic tables: No
Cooking shelters: No
Appliances in cabins: No
On-site store: No
Shopping nearby: Yes
Showers: No
Indoor washrooms: No
Wheelchair washroom: No
Hiking trails: Yes
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: Unknown
High ropes course: No
Bouldering: Unknown
Rock climbing: No
Rappelling: No
Mountain bike trail: No
Mountain bikes available: No
Skating rink: No
Volleyball: No
Sports field: No
Fishing: No
Snorkeling equipment: No
Sailboats available: No
Lake frontage: No
Canoeable water: No
Canoes available: No
Kayaks available: Unknown
Section summer camp program: No

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