The Peninsulaires Good Sam Club was established in March 1977 with the purpose of outdoor education but mostly for fellowship and fun.

Originally members were from around the Niagara peninsula thus our symbol: a Golden Horseshoe and grapes. Family members displayed
their names on horseshoes hung from our sign which is displayed at campouts and rallies.

At present our members are from many areas: Simcoe, Cayuga, Caledonia, Selkirk, Port Rowan, Lowbanks, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie,
Princeton, Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge, Hawksville, Guelph, Richmond Hill, Orillia, and Severn Bridge.

We raise and donate money for the hearing ear dogs and to date have raised more than $14600.

Our club vests are yellow/gold with red binding, generally worn at our general meetings and rallies.

Our club meets spring and fall for general meetings and dinner. We schedule at least 5 campouts during spring and summer plus the provincial rally.