Any program providing an outdoor experience has to find a site, where specific needs could be met. At Bronte Creek we needed substantial natural acreage as diverse as possible. A multi-use building was essential for dining, teaching and even overnight sleeping. Over the years we utilized several Boy Scout properties, a conservation area. and two church camps. For most of our sites the use of their facilities at off times (during the week) maximized their use and brought in needed income. This always involved negotiating rent and conditions of use, but to have a successful experience at a site it required the development of a strong working relationship between us and the site management.