Little Chip

Little Chip

Site Minimum: 6 people

Site Maximum: 20 people

Description:  Don't let the name fool you -- it's really not that 'little'.   A large open area spreading up the hill from shore, plus at least one patrol site even farther inland.

Exposure:  West, and slightly north.  Late morning sun, nice west breeze. (sometimes windy).

Travel Time (by canoe)
>> to Hub  = 20 - 30 min.
>> to Main End / Parking = 30 - 45 min.

Comments:   Sometimes used by large groups who take over both Chippewa and Little Chip sites for one Troop.  Yet it can still maintain it's privacy if there are separate troops here. 

Campsite Name Meaning: Was originally a patrol site for Chippewa Point, but it eventually became a troop site of its own. Named by the 73rd Toronto “Junior” Troop under the leadership of Bill Henderson (59-61,80). It's a small site right beside Chippewa Point.

Aerial view of Kingfisher Point

Footage provided by Scouter Kurt G from 1st Campbellville.

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