Camp Glenburn sits on 30acres of beautiful old-growth Acadian Forest, home of the birch, spruce, fir and maple. Look closely and you’ll spot Robins, Blue Jays, Barred Owls and Woodpeckers, just to name a few of our co-habitants.
Nestled within the property is a waterfall and stream lovelingly known as the Amazon. Here you’ll find campers digging for crawlers and dipping their toes in the water.
The best beach of the Belleisle Bay! The beach provides access to swimming, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, volleyball, tetherball and perfect for campfires too.
The Camper Cabins
There are a total of 13 camper cabins, each sleep 8 campers and 2 or 3 counsellors.
The Dining Hall seats 180 hungry campers and staff three meals and 3 snacks every day. Busy place!
Staffed 24 hour per day to manage medications or help a camper who might be feeling under the weather.
The office. Boring!
The Camper Washrooms
Our camper washrooms were newly renovated in 2017, and are located in close proximity to the cabins as well as the dining hall.
The Barbour House
This waterfront dormstyle house sleeps 16, is used as residence for campers.
The CIT Cabins
These cabins, newly renovated in 2017, host our Counsellor in Training director and CIT’s for 8 weeks.
The Boathouse is used to store our PFDs and Paddles (and to play Gaga!).
Glenburn campers get to enjoy many auxiliary oases near and far during their overnight trips.
Used for Arts & Crafts, Dance, music, Leadership post and rainy day activities.