Camp Tanamakoon

Box 10010 Algonquin Park Huntsville, Ontario, P1H 2H5 (view map)

Ages:
4 to 16 (All Girls )
Type:
Overnight camp
Specialty:
Traditional (multi activity)
Cost:
$2,600 to $4,800

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Camp Tanamakoon
 

Since 1925 in Algonquin on its own lake, we provide a safe and nurturing camp for girls. In addition to our traditional activities, ask us about: drama, self-esteem building, canoe-tripping, environmental initiatives and our 3 day Kindercamp for girls ages four to six years. Find out why our "girls only" camp is the right choice for your daughter!


The Our Kids review of Camp Tanamakoon

 

In some respects, Tanamakoon is the very definition of the camping tradition in Canada. It was founded in Algonquin in 1925, and has changed little in the near century since. It remains a place for girls to get out into the woods and to engage in the traditional activities associated with camp: canoeing, camp craft, singing, the arts. Dora Mavor Moore attended the camp, and the stage that she designed there to house the nascent drama program is still there today, still the cornerstone of the program. Maybe most of the campers don’t remember who she was, or the impact she had on drama in Canada, but the stage remains a symbol, nevertheless, of how the camp has reached out from the property, playing a quiet yet indelibly positive role in the larger culture as well as the life of the campers who have attended. Since 1984 Tanamakoon has been run by Kim and Marilyn Smith, providing a nice continuity to the program. The same is true of the director, Patti Thom, who has been involved since arriving as a camper 1964. She is a prominent voice in the camping world, and, as ever, she brings a vibrant spirit to the entire enterprise. For her camping is about values, which is just as it should be.


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All Girls
Ages: 7 - 16
Traditional (multi activity) $4,835 to $4,835
Rope courses|Wilderness Out-tripping|Cooking|Guitar|Piano|Musical Theatre|Theatre Arts|Arts & Crafts|Drawing|Painting|Photo/Video|Pottery/ceramics |Woodworking|Archery|Baseball/Softball|BMX / Motocross|Board Sailing|Cheer|Cycling|Figure skating|Fishing|Gymnastics|Hiking|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Mountain Biking|Sailing/Marine Skills|Soccer|Sports-Instructional and Training|Swimming|Tennis|Volleyball|Yoga

Camp Address
Box 10010 Algonquin Park, Huntsville, Ontario, P1H 2H5

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Accommodation & Property Details

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Sleeping Accommodations

  • Cabins
  • Platform Tent
  • Yurt

Washrooms Facilities

  • Composting Toilets
  • Showers (indoor)

Sports facilities

  • Archery Range
  • Basketball Court
  • Climbing Wall
  • Rope Course
  • Soccer Field
  • Tennis Court(s)


Director's Message

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Patti Thom, Director

Tanamakoon provides a unique opportunity for girls from all over the world. Girls grow up in a secure, warm and caring environement. Tanamakoon provides opportunities for the development of leadership skills that will last a lifetime.

At Tan we believe that empowering girls at a young age will help them become strong and independent women who will go on to accomplish great things in their lifetime.


Cost & Financial Aid

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Cost: $2,600 to $4,800 /session

Payment Options:

Deposit required with acceptance Yes
Credit card payment Yes

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Extended Canoe Tripsexpand

Tanamakoon offers campers exciting opportunities for canoe tripping in Algonquin Park. Trips vary in length from two days to week long trips. Older campers can challenge themselves by going on a two-week or 1 month trip! These trips offer unique opportunities to paddle and explore some incredible rivers and lakes throughout northern Ontario! ...



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  • Canadian Camping Association/ Association des camps du Canada Associations
  • The Ontario Camps Association Associations


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