This beautiful camp, on the shores of what was once called Little Sandy, was renamed “Heritage Lake” in 1966, commemorating the first Heritage Camp held by The Girl Guides of Canada - Saskatchewan Council.
Facilities at Heritage include: a large Quonset (main lodge) with an attached screened veranda; 3-season sleeping lodge; covered storage for canoes/tents/tables; covered well; 4 latrines, campfire circle, two wood barbecues/1 propane barbecue (tank not supplied) and amply stocked patrol boxes. Between the sleeping lodge and lightweight on-site tenting Heritage can accommodate approximately 50 campers.
Truly a wilderness camp with a “touch of technology” (electricity the only luxury), Heritage is for campers who enjoy "roughing it"!
With many years of rewarding outdoor experiences to its’ name,
“Heritage” is the ideal camp to experience fun, adventure and true serenity.