Camp Wildman is a beautiful 100 acre wooded wilderness property situated on the south side of 8th Concession West of Tiny Township in Simcoe County, approximately 40 km northwest of Barrie. The camp has been used by Scouts Canada since being purchased from the Wildman family in 1937.

Lower Ridge Campsites

The property has water access to approximately three hundred meters of waterfront, east of Ossossane Beach on Georgian Bay.  Camp Wildman is open for use by Scouts Canada Groups, Girl Guides & Cadets.

Millar Pit – Main Campfire Area adjacent to upper ridge

The camp has three Lodges & Cabins capable of accommodating 42, 24 and 9 persons in separate bunks. All cabins have electricity, heat, and kitchen facilities. Groomed campsites will accommodate over three hundred persons and four Adirondacks are available for rent. Onsite Sanitation is currently provided by means of permanently sited non‐flush toilets for both cabins and groomed campsites. Backcountry wilderness sites are also available and accessed by the red and yellow trails. 

Main field flag pole and Toanche Cabin

Camp Wildman offers a four part trail system suitable for use by all Sections, including an obstacle course suitable to ages 8 and older. Constructed by the Bell Pioneers, it provides many challenging individual and team activities. The hiking trails pass through the centre of our property exploring a stream, beaver pond, and a number of small water bodies in the wilderness of a provincially significant wetland.  The main activity area of the camp is sandy terrain with a large sandy open field central to the three cabins. 

Main field view of the entrance to the Obstacle Course