Camping is mostly provincially-run,
such that the standards are consistent wherever you
go when you want to be with nature. These sites provide
campground details, maps, fees, etc:
Columbia Camping Association This website provides
information about summer day camps and residential
camps for children. This informative resource is for
parents, guardians and agencies who are searching
for a summer camp experience for children.
Camping Association - ACA members are leaders
in the movement to reconnect kids and nature. Read
about the broken bond between children and nature,
and how we can mend it
Camping Association - SCA was founded as a non-profit
organization in the early 1960’s to provide
a provincial voice for the leaders of organized camps
in the province. Over the years it has been effective
in bringing camp leaders together for fellowship,
the sharing of ideas and for their ongoing education.
Camping Association - The Manitoba Camping Association
(MCA) was established in 1937. The motto Specializing
in organized children's and family camps since 1937
best sums up the history and purpose of the MCA.
Camping Association - The OCA is a voluntary,
non-profit organization that draws its membership
from camps, individuals and like-minded organizations
and agencies, all devoted to maintaining high standards
for organized camping, and to sharing information
and ideas that maintain these standards.
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Brunswick Camping Association - The NBCA is a
not for profit organization dedicated to advancing
outdoor recreation in day-camps and residential camps
in New Brunswick.
Association of Nova Scotia - The Camping Association
of Nova Scotia, CANS, is a non-profit residential
camping association established in 1941 in partnership
with other provincial, national and international
Newfoundland and Labrador Camping Association: