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Routes from the South-west (Toronto)

  • Follow Highway 401 east past Toronto to Highway 35. 
  • Go north on Highway 35 past Lindsay to Minden.
  • Turn right (east) on County Rd 121 to Haliburton.
  • In the centre of town, turn right at the traffic light and follow Highway #118 for about 5 miles to Kennaway Road which is on your left and clearly marked by signs.
  • Turn on the second dirt road on the right (the Kennaway Road) and follow it to the main camp area.

Be sure to fill up with gasoline at Haliburton, since vehicle gasoline is not for sale at the camp.

Routes from South-east (Kingston)

  • Follow Highway 401 west to Highway 62 at Belleville.
  • Go north on Highway 62 to Highway 28 at Bancroft.
  • Turn left (south) on Highway 28 to Paudash.
  • Turn right (west) on Highway 118 through Tory Hill.
  • Turn right at the "Kennaway Road" sign.
  • Turn on the second dirt road on the right (the Kennaway Road) and follow it to the main camp area.

Routes from North-west (North Bay)

  • Follow Highway 11 south past Bracebridge to Highway 118.
  • Follow Highway 118 east through Carnarvon to Haliburton.
  • In the centre of town, continue straight through at the traffic light and follow Highway #118 East out of Haliburton for about 5 miles to the Kennaway Road which is on your left and clearly marked by signs.
  • Turn on the second dirt road on the right (the Kennaway Road) and follow it to the main camp area.

Routes from North-east (Ottawa)

  • Follow Highway 17 north to Renfrew.
  • Turn left (west) on Highway 132.
  • Highway 132 ends/merges with Highway 41 past  Dacre.
  • Follow Highway 41 south to Highway 28 at Denbigh.
  • Turn right (west) on Highway 28 through Bancroft to Paudash.
  • Turn right (west) on Highway 118 through Tory Hill.
  • Turn right at the "Kennaway Road" sign.
  • Turn on the second dirt road on the right (the Kennaway Road) and follow it to the main camp area.
THE ROAD INTO CAMP

While the road in is improved each year, it is nevertheless a country road and should be treated as such. Speed should be kept to a minimum, as the road twists and winds to the camp, sometimes catching even experienced drivers off guard. Care, caution and moderate speed are recommended. There is a lot of traffic using the road on Saturdays, including many buses and vehicles towing boat and equipment trailers. If necessary, pull over to allow following vehicles to overtake you. Each summer, at least one vehicle goes off the road - please take your time, enjoy our signs, and arrive safely!

If you have a Troop or chartered bus, it can safely negotiate the camp road right into the arrivals area of the Reserve.

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