Camp Muskoka

1745 Fraserburg Road Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L 1X3 (view map)

6 to 16 (Coed )
Overnight camp
Traditional (multi activity)
$1,095 to $1,195


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Camp Muskoka

KINDLE LIFELONG FRIENDSHIPS through the magic of the Camp Muskoka experience! Boost your camper's self-confidence in a fun, safe & supportive community. Camp Muskoka offers a 4:1 camper / counsellor ratio, delicious food, & comfy modern lodging with air conditioning & washrooms. With a wide variety of more than 50 activities, campers choose their own adventure every day! Activities include: canopy aerial park with a 900' zip-line, paintball, natural rock climbing, biking, recording studio, on-site horseback riding, archery, water trampoline, Flyboarding, & more! Camp sessions range from 1-8 weeks & 2 week Leadership Camps. Camp Muskoka, Where friendships begin and FUN never ends!

The Our Kids review of Camp Muskoka


Fun is a priority at Camp Muskoka, though values are as well. Overnight, coed sessions in the heart of cottage country as well as the Canadian shield, the programming is active and varied.  A low camper to staff ratio is a draw, as is the breadth of programming. Campers choose daily from a wide array of activities, from the strikingly modern (flyboarding, paintball) to the very core of the camp tradition, including guitar, art, and camp craft. Camp-wide events are a chance to get loud, though the cabin groups and specialty activities allow campers a chance to exercise their quieter sides. The younger campers stay in a lodge, which is unique in the world of camping, designed to offer a sense of community. The older campers stay in cottages that sparkle with all the mod cons located within them. In all of that, the quality of the offering is what rightly catches parents’ and campers’ attention alike. From registration, to staffing, to food service, the camp is expertly and efficiently run.

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Available Sessions:

Overnight Camp
Ages: 14 - 16
CIT/LIT Program $0 to $2,495
Leadership training|Public Speaking/Debate|Instructor lead (one on one)|Instructor lead (group)|Archery|Canoeing|Fishing|Hiking|Horseback Riding/Equestrian|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Mountain Biking|Soccer|Swimming|Trampoline|Volleyball|Paintball|Yoga|Cheer|Rock Climbing|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Music Recording|Photo/Video|Painting|Jam Camp|Vocal training / singing|Ballet|Jazz|Drawing|Guitar|Piano|Fantasy/superhero|Wilderness Out-tripping|Rope courses|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Ages: 6 - 16
Traditional (multi activity) $0 to $1,095
Archery|Canoeing|Cycling|Fishing|Hiking|Horseback Riding/Equestrian|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Mountain Biking|Soccer|Swimming|Trampoline|Volleyball|Paintball|Yoga|Rock Climbing|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Music Recording|Theatre Arts|Photo/Video|Painting|Jam Camp|Vocal training / singing|Ballet|Jazz|Drawing|Guitar|Piano|Fantasy/superhero|Wilderness Out-tripping|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline

Camp Address
1745 Fraserburg Road, Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L 1X3


Camp Muskoka
Camp Muskoka
1745 Fraserburg Road Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L 1X3
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Accommodation & Property Details

Property details

Sleeping Accommodations

  • Cabins
  • Dorm or Building
  • Platform Tent


  • Electricity in Sleeping Area
  • Shower in Sleeping Area
  • Toilet in Sleeping Area

Washrooms Facilities

  • Flush Toilets
  • Showers (indoor)
  • Showers (outdoor)

Sports facilities

  • Archery Range
  • Climbing Wall
  • Horseback Riding Arena (indoor/outdoor)
  • Rope Course
  • Soccer Field


  • Beach
  • Forested Area
  • Lake/Pond/River
  • Nature Trails
  • Open Field

Director's Message


Justinian Scott Creed / Drew Black, Executive Director / Camp Director

Thank you for considering Camp Muskoka as your summer camp destination.

Over the years, our team has spoken with thousands of campers, their families, and our staff, asking “What is it about Camp Muskoka that keeps you coming back?” Time and time again we have been told “I had SO much FUN!”, “I made so many friends”, “Camp Muskoka is a place where I am free to be myself”, “My summer home”, “A place where I belong”. It is truly humbling to know that Camp Muskoka has meant so much, to so many.

Ultimately, we are in the business of making “happy campers” and helping children to believe in themselves. Camp Muskoka is philosophically grounded in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Simply put, we firmly believe that everyone has physiological needs that must be met in order to have any hope of meeting their more refined needs. For example, a camper won’t be able to enjoy the mental and physical activities at camp without proper nutrition or a comfortable good night’s sleep. Likewise, a camper won’t be able to build confidence and friendships if they don’t feel safe. Whether it be providing our campers with healthy well-balanced meals throughout the day, having air conditioned lodging to ensure a good night’s rest or nurturing a healthy and safe environment so campers are recognized for their personal achievements; everything we do is about helping our camper’s reach their own potential.

The consistent achievement of such a positive community cannot be had without the participation of all of its members, including the campers. Therefore, we have created a simple yet comprehensive set of expectations for all to follow:
FUN: The number one rule at Camp Muskoka. We want all campers to have fun at all times!
RESPECT: No one is having fun when they feel disrespected. We expect all members of the Camp Muskoka community to be respectful to themselves, each other, the facility and the environment. To put it quite simply, “Treat others the way you would like to be treated.”
HONESTY: We teach our campers the value of honesty by acknowledging that not only is it okay, but it is completely normal to make mistakes. It is what we do about our mistake that is important. By being honest with ourselves and those around us, we not only learn from our mistakes but also allow others to learn as well.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Being responsible for our own words and actions ensures that we have a positive effect on the Camp Muskoka community while building a safe, enjoyable living environment for everyone.
INTEGRITY: By being, respectful, honest and accountable we all contribute to fostering a community with integrity where everyone is free to have fun, be safe, and feel accepted for who they are.

We hope you will make Camp Muskoka your choice for an exciting summer camp adventure. Should you have any further questions please feel free to contact our office and one of our friendly staff will be happy to speak with you. We look forward to seeing you this summer at Camp Muskoka!

Where friendships begin... and FUN never ends!

Justinian Scott "Mufasa" Creed,  Founder & Executive Director

Drew "Pike" Black, Camp Director

Cost & Financial Aid


Cost: $1,095 to $1,195 /week

Payment Options:

Deposit required with acceptance Yes
Credit card payment Yes
Maximum installments available 8


Discount if paid early $100
Discount for 2nd child $25
Discount for 3rd child $25
Discount for 4th child $25



From Our Campersexpand

"I love Camp Muskoka because it is has beautiful atmosphere, tons of tall healthy green trees and a beautiful dark blue lake to swim in. The people are kind, like the staff members and the campers. Camp Muskoka is a great experience. Kayaking and canoeing are only two of the activities I tried for the first time and loved! Another part of the camp that I liked was the huge bright bomb fire at night, the stories of how the camp was founded were great, and the songs were fun to sing along to. The food at Camp Muskoka is great! I like lunch time because afterwards we get to have tuck time and buy all sorts of candy!" - Samantha, Camper

"Camp Muskoka is the best place ever. It is where I have learned Leadership and Friendship, all in one. I met the coolest people; they are very energetic and lively. The staff are kind and very comforting. The activities are so amazing that I do not know where to start. Swimming is so exciting with "The Iceberg" and the water trampoline, that I find it so hard to leave. My favourite all time activity, is the karaoke dance party! Dancing with all your friends, and to make it even more exciting, they mix in some karaoke. The food at Camp Muskoka is amazing. Every day I would look forward to another tasty meal. My favourites would have to be the pizza and the fresh omelettes. When my parents come to pick me up I am very happy to see them after being away from home for so long, (but it actually goes by very fast) I think in the back of my head it is so sad that I have to leave. Camp Muskoka is very family friendly. At the Family BBQ they have different activities for the parents. The most exciting part of the BBQ was when my Dad and I won three legged race! When we were almost at the finish line we were in second place, but we picked up the pace and won. This year I can't wait to get back!" - Grace, Camper


From Our Parentsexpand

"It goes without saying that the son we picked up as not the one we left behind a week before at Camp Muskoka. He was full of confidence and somewhat changes. Over the coming months, we noticed more and more little positive changes. We attribute these 100% to his experience at Camp Muskoka, that without a doubt changed our son. I cannot emphasize this enough to you. He is more open to new experiences and his confidence that wasn't present 2 years ago. Once he found Camp Muskoka, he found himself and found the boy we always thought was inside. We look forward to his experience at Camp Muskoka because each year is a stepping stone in his development. Thank you Camp Muskoka from the bottom of my heart!" - Lisa, Parent

"My son went to Camp Muskoka last summer for a week, it was his first overnight camp so I was a little nervous. The staff made me feel very comfortable when we dropped him off. At the end of the week when I went to pick him up he wasn't even packed, he looked up at me and said "is it Saturday already??" He had so much fun that he did not want to come home. He loved everything about Camp Muskoka, the food, the activities, the staff and the friends he made. This year we are sending him for 2 weeks and he can't wait!" Pat, Parent




The Camp Muskoka Experienceexpand

A Day At a Glance At Camp Muskoka, we believe that the magic of the camp experience starts with the sharing of a community; helping campers develop new skills while building self-esteem and developing leadership abilities; all while exploring the wonders of nature. A truly incredible summer vacation! Another important aspect of the Camp Muskoka experience is encouraging new friendships, which start from the moment our campers arrive. Every camper is placed into their cabin group and teamed up with new friends. Together these cabin mates will share the Camp Muskoka experience. Awake An optional morning activity such as a swim, field game, morning run, yoga or time for personal hygiene. 8:00 am ~ 8:45 am Breakfast After breakfast, the cabin group will unite as a community for cabin clean-up and prepare for the day 9:00 am ~ 10:30 am 1st Program Period 10:30 am ~ 10:45 am H2O break and mid-morning snack 10:45 am ~ 12:15 pm 2nd Program Period 12:30 pm ~ 1:15 pm Lunch 1:15 pm ~ 2:00 pm Tuck Time & Free Time to relax, interact with friends or participate in counselor-led activities such as guitar workshops, frisbee golf or tetherball 2:00 pm ~ 3:30 pm 3rd Program Period 3:30 pm - 3:45 pm H2O break and mid-afternoon snack 3:45 pm ~ 5:15 pm 4th Program Period 5:30 pm ~ 7:00 pm Dinner followed by camper free time 7:00 pm ~ 8:00 pm Camp-Wide Activities such as camp fires, night hikes and star gazing 8:00 pm Evening Snack Following evening snack, junior campers will share some quiet time together while getting ready for bed. Older campers will have the opportunity to enjoy one more program period in their cabin groups before they start to wind down for the night. Actual bed times vary depending on the age group and evening special events



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  • Ontario Camps Association Associations
  • The Ontario Equestrian Federation Associations

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