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Q: "Our troop has decided to go out of Council for summer camp.
Alabama's Camp Comer or their new Xtreme Adventure Base seem to be our best option. I attended Comer with our troop in the summer of '99. Of course, the quality of program changes every year, but I'll tell you my experience.Any listers have some info--good or bad that I might be able to pass along for our scouts? As you say, Comer is a terrific facility, and I thought the program was pretty good. I was the Assistant Scoutmaster to the New Scout Patrol, so had a lot of experience with their "Pathfinder" program.Did something funny happen last summer that still has you cracking up?Did you or your Scouts have a once-in-a-lifetime experience? Note: We reserve the right to edit or not post comments for any reason.We will definitely be back, next time with just ourselves!
The RV sites were very large, mowed green grass and clean.
Our RV park in Gull Lake Alberta has large (60ft long x 45ft wide) and well spaced sites to accommodate the largest of RVs. Summerland Leisure Park not accept responsibility for personal injury or loss of personal property of its guests. It was so nice and relaxing during our stay this past weekend.
Every RV lot is fully serviced with power, water and sewer. It was so much fun playing mini golf with our grandkids and they actually had fun! It was refreshing to have them participating in a physical activity instead of sitting playing computer games or watching a movie.
Reserve your site today and enjoy everything Gull Lake and central Alberta has to offer.
We enjoyed sitting around the campfire with them after they played at the playground.
your facilities are clean and well kept, close to the beach, shopping, either city or small town is just minutes away.