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Summer Camps Algonquin Park

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Algonquin Park camps offer arguably the quintessential summer camp experience: campfires, the tranquility of nature, canoeing and portaging, late night star-gazing... you'll create memories to last a lifetime, here! Camps listed below give kids a week or longer in the wilds of the Ontario north. Read more

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  • Camp Tamakwa   
    With an incredibly diversified program, campers develop important life skills, build self-confidence, foster lifelong friendships and return home with an enriched outlook - that there is life and fun without technology!

    Algonquin Park

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 7 to 16
    • Coed
    • Overnight, family
    from $1,100/week
    sessions & dates
    Overnight, family Coed 1100 7-16 0 Algonquin Park
    Camp Arowhon   
    A traditional co-ed summer camp in the heart of Algonquin Park where kids build confidence by learning skills. Over 18 activities to choose from daily, from horseback riding to windsurfing to arts and crafts.

    Algonquin Park

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 7 to 16
    • Coed
    • Overnight
    from $1,200/week
    sessions & dates
    Overnight Coed 1200 7-16 1 Algonquin Park
    Camp Tanamakoon   
    This all girls summer camp located on its own lake in Algonquin Park offers a variety of camp activities, along with specialty programs for canoe tripping, mini camp and kindercamp! We offer a safe and fun adventure!

    Algonquin Park

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 4 to 16
    • Girls
    • Overnight
    from $2,500/session
    Overnight Girls 2500 4-16 2 Algonquin Park
    Camp Pathfinder   
    Est. 1914. A traditional boys' summer camp on a wooded island in the heart of Algonquin. Full in-camp program. Wilderness canoe trips, water and land sports, ropes, ecology. A spectacular setting and exceptional staff.

    Algonquin Park

    Adventure: Wilderness Out-tripping

    • Ages 7 to 16
    • Boys
    • Overnight, family
    from $1,000/week
    sessions & dates
    Overnight, family Boys 1000 7-16 3 Algonquin Park
    Camp Kearney at S.O.E.S   
    Camp Kearney is an overnight summer camp, near Algonquin Park and is owned and operated by Toronto District School Board. All of the programs incorporate a balance of environmental ethics, wilderness experience and fun

    Algonquin Park

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 8 to 18
    • Coed
    • Day, Overnight, family
    from $715/session
    Day, Overnight, family Coed 715 8-18 4 Algonquin Park
    Camp Northway/ Wendigo   
    Northway, Canada's oldest summer camp for girls (age 7-16) and Wendigo, a small tripping outpost for boys (age 12-16) are located in the wilderness of Algonquin Park.

    Algonquin Park

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 7 to 16
    • Girls, Boys
    • Overnight
    from $928/week
    sessions & dates
    Overnight Girls, Boys 928 7-16 5 Algonquin Park
    The Taylor Statten Camps   
    Camp Ahmek and Camp Wapomeo offer a balance of canoe tripping and programming. Activities include swimming, canoeing, arts & crafts, horseback riding, sailing and more. Canoe trips range in length from 2 to 50 days.

    Algonquin Park

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 6 to 16
    • Girls, Boys
    • Overnight
    from $795/session
    sessions & dates
    Overnight Girls, Boys 795 6-16 6 Algonquin Park



    Key things to know about Algonquin Park summer camps for kids:

    • Activities you'll be able to participate in include canoeing, swimming, hiking, and campfires in the woods. That said, camps are not restricted to those typical summer camp activities.
    • Overnight camps like those here spark unique friendships. Attending a camp, your child will find him or herself in a structured environment, where they can meet kids from elsewhere in the province, or even from outside of Canada.
    • Alqonquin is home to a wide variety of wildlife. At night within the park, your child might very well hear coyotes yipping or wolves howling. It is quite common to see moose (sometimes up close) and bears are also not uncommon.

    There are few better ways to truly foster independence at a young age than to attend an overnight kids' camp in a place like Algonquin.







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