Southern Vancouver Island Area
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Milnes Landing Camp
For a PDF of the Milnes Landing Brochure, click here
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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.
Crests are $3.00 each and are paid for with our rental fees. Contact the Camp Manager to order crests.
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.
The cabins are designed to be self-contained units. Each cabin has a fully equipped kitchen with:
Refrigerator, stove, microwave
Dishes and cutlery
Pots and pans
Small appliances: coffeemaker, toaster, kettle
Please be prepared to take home your garbage, recycling and compost. There are not facilities for disposal onsite.
See brochure for items NOT supplied
Upper Cabin: 30 campers (youth + adults)
The cabin is wheelchair accessible and has indoor washrooms (one for wheelchairs) and shower. Heat is provided by a propane furnace and the large main room with a fireplace and a free-standing propane furnace. Sleeping room has 24 bunks (mattresses are provided). There is an outdoor covered porch with picnic tables and two outdoor activity areas, campfire pit and forest.
Lower Cabin: 24 campers total (youth + adults)
The cabin is wheelchair accessible. One indoor washroom (not accessible) and outdoor washrooms (flush toilets) accessed by a covered walkway has one accessible stall. Heat is provided by furnace and fireplace with woodstove. The main room has 15 drop-down bunks and a side room has 5 additional drop-down bunks. The additional glassed-in veranda is ideal for dining (has a pass-through to the kitchen).
Ample parking on site. Only one vehicle is permitted to drive down and park at the Lower Cabin. Driveway to the Upper Cabin should be left open in case emergency access is required.
Sooke Town Centre (2.5 km west) has gas stations, two grocery stores, three pharmacies, fast food and regular restaurants.
Hike along the Galloping Goose Regional Trail
Visit the Sooke Regional Museum https://sookeregionmuseum.ca/
Swim or skate at SEAPARC pool & arena (5 minute drive or 20 minute walk) https://www.crd.bc.ca/seaparc/activity-schedules
Sooke Pot Holes Regional Park (5 km north - can be accessed via Galloping Goose Trail) https://www.crd.bc.ca/parks-recreation-culture/parks-trails/find-park-trail/sooke-potholes
French Beach Provincial Park (30 minute drive) https://bcparks.ca/explore/parkpgs/french_bch/
Whiffin Spit Park (10 minute drive)
Bookings for SVI Area camps are now available.