What's New

Wreath Workshop

Take a break from the pre-Christmas frenzy at the annual Wreath Workshop. Make a beautiful, natural wreath with materials from Camp Barnard. No experience is necessary - all materials provided. Enjoy hot apple cider and light refreshments. Invite your friends!

Admission is by donation with all proceeds devoted to the nature interpretation project at Camp Barnard.

Let us know you plan to attend! Send a message to wreaths(at)victoriascouts.ca with the number of people in your party


Semi-Annual General Meeting

Camp Barnard Semi-Annual General Meeting is your chance to hear about the upcoming plans and financial/management position of the camp. We will be covering topics including: Finance, Facilities, Marketing, Programming, Fundraising, and Conservation. Everyone welcome.
Date: Thursday May 25
Place: Scout House 505 Marigold
Time: 7:00pm

Continuing Improvements to Keego Kitchen TELUS Victoria Community Board

Great news! We have just received funding from the TELUS Victoria Community Board! Big thanks to the TELUS Victoria Community Board for getting us closer to completing the renovation to Keego Kitchen.


AED at Camp Barnard

Important information for those using Camp Barnard. There is and AED available at Camp Barnard. Click here for more information.



Safety Notice

Just a quick note to let our users know that Timber West are planning to log adjacent lands to the north and west of Camp Barnard. Right now they are creating roads and there is periodic blasting Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm ending April 2017. Please be sure to stay on Camp properties. If in doubt, ask the Camp Ranger for a map. Click here for the poster provided by Timber West showing the area in questions. 


2017 Badges Are Here!

Badges are available both from Scout House and from the Ranger at Camp Barnard. Be sure to pre-arrange if you need lots of badges for pick up at camp.


Bear Facts... lions and tigers and bears oh my!

We have had to have the Conservation Officer remove a nuisance black bear from camp in June after he tried to peel the side off the dumpster. This is a good reminder to us all that Camp Barnard is a WILDERNESS camp with all the associated WILDLIFE. We need to be bear aware in handling our food and garbage at camp not only for our benefit but for the benefit of the wildlife. Other critters to remember when visiting camp are cougars, ticks, mice, mosquitos, slugs…  Do your homework and educate the youth BEFORE you get to camp to ensure everyone at camp has a good time.