Reaching back to rolling farmland from the shores of Sturgeon Lake, Cameron was named after Duncan Cameron, one of the areas earliest landowners. With a population of 200, Cameron borders the Ken Reid Conservation Area and lies along the Victoria Rail Trail as well.

Cameron offers a lot more than just an antique store. The hamlet of Long Beach, which is part of Cameron and on Sturgeon Lake offers cottages, overnight & seasonal camp sites,  two boat launches, a general store with a full line of groceries and fishing & hunting licences, live bait & tackle & much more. Businesses include Lakeview Cottages & General Store, Long Beach Live Bait & Tackle, Long Beach Cottages, Long Beach Marina & Restaurant.