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Seeonee Scout Camp

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Size50 ha (124 acres)
Street Addressempty
Nearest townPike Lake Provincial Park, Saskatchewan, 30 km south of Saskatoon
NTS Map72O/15: Dundurn
Operated byScouts Canada, Saskatchewan Council, Camp Seeonee Committee
InformationWeb Site; Contact: Randy Hills; Phone: +1 306 242 7664
BookingsSame as above
Tenting sites: Yes
Adirondack shelters: No
Villages: Yes
Cabins: Yes
Drinking water: Yes
Emergency phone: No
Mobile phone coverage: Yes
Electric vehicle charging: No
Picnic tables: Yes
Cooking shelters: Yes
Appliances in cabins: Yes
On-site store: No
Shopping nearby: Yes
Showers: Yes
Indoor washrooms: No
Wheelchair washroom: Yes
Pool and beach in provincial park 4 km away
Hiking trails, formal campfire circle, chapel, pioneering supplies, archery, snowshoes available, skis available, fishing, lake frontage, canoeable water, canoes available.


Camp Seeonee is heavily treed land, perfect for canoeing and nature study. Birds, beavers, muskrat, rabbit, and deer are abundant in the area as are trees, shrubs, and plant life. There are tenting sites and winterized cabins. The Seeonee hills were the home to the wolf pack in The Jungle Book.

There are two villages each with full kitchen and dining hall, and three heated bunkhouses with four sets of bunks each. There is a rustic cabin with wood stove heat that sleeps 14 and has an outdoor camp kitchen with fireplace and grill. There are numerous group tenting pods ranging in size from 2-3 tents to 9-10 tents. Each group site has a fire ring. There is a large open wide game area and a unique suspension bridge. Camp Seeonee is open year round.

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InformationWeb Site; Contact: Randy Hills; Phone: +1 306 242 7664
BookingsSame as above

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