Scouting and Guiding in Prince Edward Island
Scouting in Prince Edward Island has a long history, from the 1900s to the present day, serving thousands of youth in programs that suit the environment in which they live.
Anglophone Scouting in Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island is administered by the Prince Edward Island Council of Scouts Canada.
- CJ'77, 1977: 4th Canadian Scout Jamboree, Cabot Beach Provincial Park, Prince Edward Island. 16,000 attend.
- CJ'89, 1989: 7th Canadian Scout Jamboree, Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst, Prince Edward Island. 10,000 attend.
- CJ'01, 2001: 10th Canadian Scout Jamboree, Cabot Beach Provincial Park, Prince Edward Island. 14,000 attend.
- Camp Riverdale (fall, winter)
- Camp Buchan (summer, fall, winter)
Francophone Scouting in Prince Edward Island
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Girl Guiding in Prince Edward Island
Guiding is served by the Guiding in Canada - Prince Edward Island Council.
Guiding started in Prince Edward Island in 1923.
- Camp Fairhaven is 75 acres (30 ha) on the shores of the Murray river in the east part of the island.
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