King’s 8th Regiment

King’s 8th Regiment a Foot

8th youth


Download a Participants Guide Here:K8 Participant guide R1

War of 1812 Camporee Overview

Join in on a Unique programme in which a Scout can take part along with his leaders, in learning about our HERITAGE and about those people who helped to forge our way of life today. What was it like in the British, Canadian and American Regiments. during the War of 1812?

The youth learn about our heritage, as well as take part in a huge “capture the flag” type battle. We dress in period uniforms and act the part of soldiers of the time. As well as discipline, the youth learn about lifestyles during the period, tour the Fort, and take part in drills

.8th flags

flags of the King’s 8th Regiment


Regiments Represented

At Fort George, we have three British & Canadian Regts, all of them fought in the Battle which took place in May of 1813.
There is the 49th Regt. of Foot, Beneral Brock’s Own, the King’s 8th Regt, The King’s Men (both of these are British) and the Royal Nfld. Regt. of Fencible Infantry (a Canadian Regt).

The American Regt is represented the 6th U.S. Regt.
Depending on where your Group resides, usually determines what Regt you will be assigned to and this is done by the Scout Brigade Admin. Dept., in consultation with the Regimental Commanders.

A Company (Coy) consists of at least 30 Scouts and their leaders. Each Coy has a Captain (usually the Scoutmaster), a Lieutenant, two Ensigns and a Sergeant, with two Corporals and two Chosenmen.


Your HQ Staff

Lt. Col. Patricia Baker daveandpat(at)
Maj. Mike Walker
Maj. Paul Parker
Capt. Dean Post
RSM Alex Post
Regimental Cook and Registrar Shelley Pelissero
Regimental Commisary Craig White
Militia Training Capt. Rob Parker