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.