In addition to two weeks of camp fun, this session is designed to build on previous camp experiences and provide opportunities to not only understand what “leadership looks like”, but to practice the attitudes and skills that are required to become a “leader”.
Campers are encouraged to think for themselves, make good choices, set goals, make plans, problem solve, and take responsibility. They will be offered opportunities to plan and lead games, and learn to instruct activities with the support and coaching of staff members. LIT will help campers develop confidence and self-esteem and a belief in their potential.
Personal achievement in skill development will be promoted through training in Paddle Canada, Royal Lifesaving Society, and Wilderness skills.
Why a Leadership Camp?
Small by design, our camp has a unique approach to leadership. We create an environment of trust, by first building positive relationships between campers. These connections allow for campers to feel safe to discuss topics, reflect on their goals and recognize others’ achievements. They know that their voice is being heard; their ideas listened to.
Campers become facilitators of change in their own lives. We create responsibility in youth by guiding them to self-monitor around expectations, rather than rules. These skills prepare our campers to confidently conduct themselves in a courteous, respectful and responsible manner not only at camp, but also at home and at school.
Know that your child will come home with a new view on life.
Hidden Bay Leadership Camp: where Leadership and Character become a way of lifeRequest information
Recreational Instructional Intense or Competitive
|Location||Address||Pick up||Drop off|
|Hidden Bay Bus|
|Aurora - Lester B. Pearson Public School||15 Odin Crescent, Aurora, ON||1:45 pm||6:00 pm|
|Barrie - Trillium Woods Elementary School||20 Elmbrook Drive, Barrie, ON||2:45 pm||5:00 pm|
|Parry Sound - Walmart Parking Lot||1 Pine Street, Parry Sound, ON||4:15 pm||3:30 pm|