UPPER CABIN

LOWER CABIN

Milnes Landing Camp

For a PDF of the Milnes Landing Brochure, click here

Click here for a calendar of available dates at Milnes Landing

 

About Milnes

Milnes Landing Camp is located on 10 acres of property on Sooke River Road and includes two fully equipped cabins. Trees surround the Upper Cabin while the Lower Cabin overlooks the Sooke River. The location allows for easy access to the Sooke Region Museum and the Galloping Goose Trail. A variety of native plants can be identified in the forested area and along the river.

 

Features:

General:

The cabins are designed to be self-contained units.

Each cabin includes:

cutlery (knives, forks, spoons)

electric coffeemaker          cutting boards           side plates

electric griddles(s)              baking utensils          dinner plates

electric kettle                       stock pot, pots          bowls

toasters                                muffin pans               mugs

mixing bowls                       measuring cups        glasses

mixing spoons, whisk         wash basins              knives, can openers

cookie sheets                       draining racks           fry pans

 

The Cabins:

Upper Cabin:    30 campers (youth + adults)

The cabin is wheelchair accessible and has indoor washrooms (one wheelchair) and shower.  The kitchen has a stove, fridge, microwave and hot water.  There is a large main room with a fireplace and a propane furnace.  Adjacent is the sleeping room with 24 bunks, no mattresses. Outside is a lovely covered porch with picnic tables.

 

Lower Cabin:    24 campers total (youth + adults)

The main room has a wood-stove and 15 bunks that fold away (5 more bunks in an adjacent room).  Off the main room is a glassed in veranda with table and chairs for meals and activities and the kitchen with a residential propane (gas) stove, electric fridge and hot water.   Rooms are heated by a propane furnace.  The washrooms are accessed through a separate entrance but have sinks and flushable toilets.

 

Things to do and see nearby:

  • Hike the Sooke River, down to the flats

  • Sooke Regional Museum and SEAPARC pool & arena (5 minute drive or 20 minute walk)

  • Sooke Pot Holes Regional Park (5 km north)

-  waterfall to see in winter

-  swimming in summer

  • Cooper's Cove Oyster Farm

  • Galloping Goose Trail for hiking or cycling

  • French Beach Provincial Park is a 20 minute drive

 

How to book:

Sparks and Brownies are given priority February through June and

September & October.

For SVI members and GGC members see the Camp Booking information and book online.  

For other organizations - Girl Guides of Canada has priority bookings during September to June. See the Camp Booking or email SVI Area Camp Booking rep. to check availability.