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The camp is situated on Little Clear Lake in a fully wooded area with lots of wild life. Camp Wirribara has a hall with a large kitchen and dining area, two large sleep cabins, one small meeting/sleeping cabin, indoor male and female washrooms accessible by wheelchair, and kybos. All buildings are equipped with propane heaters and lights. Sandy beach with two docks form a swimming area. A large cleared field exists nearby along with many trails and lakes in the area. Camp is available year round.
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Camp Wirribara is located on the shore of Little Clear Lake in Boulter township. This is a kettle lake that was formed by the last ice age. There are no creeks or streams going into or flowing out of it. It is spring fed and has a sandy bottom and is stocked with trout. This lake is about 40 acres in area.
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The four acre property is part of the Boulter Esker, one of the largest esker in Ontario. The surrounding property is Crown Land as is most of the township. The area was reforested in the 1940 with red pine. It abounds with wildlife and many species of birds. Boulter borders Algonquin Park.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:22, 29 May 2017

Camp Wirribara is located on the shore of Little Clear Lake in Boulter township. This is a kettle lake that was formed by the last ice age. There are no creeks or streams going into or flowing out of it. It is spring fed and has a sandy bottom and is stocked with trout. This lake is about 40 acres in area.

The four acre property is part of the Boulter Esker, one of the largest esker in Ontario. The surrounding property is Crown Land as is most of the township. The area was reforested in the 1940 with red pine. It abounds with wildlife and many species of birds. Boulter borders Algonquin Park.