Our Progress

A visit from a Wesceneaskin camper and the original camp opening ceremony program.

During the Camp Howland Lake building process, it’s been so wonderful to connect to volunteers and campers from Camp Wesceneaskin, the original camp that was on the property. Last week, received a visit from Richard Bradley, whose parents were involved in building the camp up to around 1963.  His dad painted all of his tools…
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Misty morning on Howland Lake

Chris Foster, or Executive Director, took an early morning paddle on the lake and snapped these pretty pics.

Opening week of Camp Howland Lake!

The Youth Adventure campers and staff had the honour of being the first group to stay at the newly opened Camp Howland Lake. The only structure on the grounds is the dining hall – so we set up bunk beds and stayed there for a week from July 22-26. There were so many great memories…
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Getting ready!

We’re looking forward to doing some boating in the last week of July! Safety first!

Docks are in!

Can’t you just picture taking a running cannonball jump into that nice blue lake?

Who did this?

Damage to one of the hydro poles on the campground. Who do you think the culprit was? Hint: Yogi ___, Fozzy ____, Pooh____….

Signs of spring

A beautiful trillium on the campground this week.

Spring has sprung

The ice has melted on Lake Howland! We sure wouldn’t want to go swimming though! Brrrrr!!!