History
The Camp property was purchased in 1936 and has since been held in Trust for use by the
youth groups of St.Clement's Church in Toronto. Since that time the camp has been used by
various youth groups from across south-central Ontario.

Originally vacant land, the first building erected was the Rover Cabin in 1939. The next cabin
built was the Main Lodge which was originally situated at the intersection of Yonge Street and
Eglinton Avenue in Toronto. It was the temporary wartime headquarters for the TTC. In the
late 1940's it was purchased, dismantled and rebuilt at the camp as you see it today.

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"I was Track & Field Coach at Endobanah and Canoeing
instructor. Richard Ferguson attended camp while I was
coaching Track. He later placed third in the "Miracle Mile" in
Vancouver, fractions of a second behind Bannister & Landy who
1st achieved the 4 min. mile."
- Fred Gregory, Former
Endobanah Camper/Councillor, 1930's - 1950's
Imagine the thousands of youth who have benefited from the Camp: