Faithlegg Scout Centre





















The De La Salle Scout Group have operated a scout activity centre at Faithlegg, Co. Waterford since 1970 when a site was acquired from the De La Salle Order whose novitiate and teaching training centre was nearby on the Faithlegg Estate. The centre which is just 8 kilometres from Waterford City includes a large training field, a forested area with trails and access to the Pill river, a tributary of the River Suir which it meets just before Cheekpoint. There is also an outside grotto, storage hut, campfire circle, and fire lighting area. The brick hut consists of a large modern kitchen; toilet and wash area; a main activity and sleeping hall which can accommodate up to 25 people, small sleeping/leaders room, lobby, storage area and a covered outside veranda area. Note however that the main hall and leaders room do not as yet have segregated areas for males/females. The building is warm and fully centrally heated throughout.


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In 2013, the 2 1/2 acre camping field underwent extensive grading and drainage works in order to facilitate 10 full size competition sized sites. The field as a whole can accommodate up to 400 campers at one time. Together with the external works, the interior of the scout hall underwent a major facelift involving laying of brand new floors, refurbishment of toilets, kitchen and leaders rooms bringing the hall in line with modern standards. This is phase 1 of a 3 phased redevelopment plan.


Located on the picturesque Suir Estuary, the Faithlegg Scout Centre is situated 8 kilometres east of Waterford City. Driving time takes approx 15 minutes.


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When leaving the Faithlegg Scout Centre, you must ensure the following tasks are completed:

  • The electricity is turned off at the main switch located at the front door.
  • The fridge freezer doors are left open and all food has been removed from them.
  • The deep fat fryers are emptied and cleaned.
  • The microwave has been cleaned.
  • The kitchen is clean and tidy and all pots, pans and crockery have been put away.
  • The toilets are flushed and the wash hand basins have been cleaned.
  • The fireplace has been cleaned out and dry firewood and firelighters have been left for the next group.
  • The main hall, the small room, the kitchen, the toilets and the lobby have all been swept and cleaned.
  • The outside area around the den has been cleaned and all rubbish has been picked up.
  • No rubbish or food is to be left on the premises – everything must be taken away with you. This includes teabags and all perishable foods.
  • The curtains must be closed.
  • All windows and doors must be locked.


Completing these tasks will ensure that our next guests will find the den in the manner that you would expect to find it!


To book, just select the dates you wish to stay below and we will get back to you shortly.


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