Summer Camps Huntsville - Muskoka

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The region of Huntsville, Muskoka and Bracebridge, Ontario offers kids a quintessential summer camp experience just a few hours north of Toronto. Muskoka summer camps are a favoured destination for kids and families from throughout the province. You'll find a wide variety of activities and specializations, as seen in the list below. Read more

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Camp Pathfinder   
Historic boys' camp on Pathfinder Island, Algonquin Park. Est. 1914. Full in-camp program. Water, land and camping sports. Canoe trips a specialty. Spectacular setting. Exceptional staff with positive masculine culture.

Algonquin Park
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 7 to 16 ( Boys)
  • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
  • from $1,200
overnightcampvirtualprogramallboys 1200 7-16 1Algonquin ParkOntario
Muskoka Woods   
Muskoka Woods is a Christian youth development organization that offers a fun, safe and welcoming environment for all youth. Our staff share a common desire to help young people realize their full potential.

Rosseau
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 6 to 16 (Coed)
  • Overnight Camp
  • from $1,199
overnightcampcoed 1199 6-16 2RosseauOntario
Camp Wenonah   
Trusted by families from around the world, Wenonah is a popular overnight summer camp in Muskoka Ontario for children aged 5 - 17 years old. Experienced and caring staff team, including full-time medical staff.

Bracebridge
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 5 to 17 (Coed)
  • Overnight Camp
  • from $1,150
overnightcampcoed 1150 5-17 3BracebridgeOntario
InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Ontario   
InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Ontario is a Christian Summer Camp and Outdoor Education & Retreat Centre located in Ontario, offering programs for children, youth, and students.

Huntsville
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 5 to 17 (Coed, Girls, Boys)
  • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
  • from $495
overnightcampvirtualprogramcoedallgirlsallboys 495 5-17 4HuntsvilleOntario
Camp Muskoka   
Boost your camper's self-confidence in a fun, safe & supportive community. Great staff, delicious food, comfy modern lodging and a choose your own adventure programming style offering with over 50 activities every day!

Bracebridge
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 6 to 16 (Coed)
  • Overnight Camp
  • from $1,295
overnightcampcoed 1295 6-16 5BracebridgeOntario
Glen Bernard Camp   
A traditional overnight summer camp for girls offering wilderness adventure, horseback riding, sailing, swimming and lifesaving, arts and many other activities!

Huntsville
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 4 to 16 ( Girls)
  • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
  • from $350
overnightcampvirtualprogramallgirls 350 4-16 6HuntsvilleOntario
InterVarsity Circle Square Ranch Big Clear Lake   
Circle Square Ranch is a life changing Christian summer camp for youth ages 6-17. We offer a wide range of activities including horseback riding, water sports and climbing. Your summer adventure with friends starts here!

Hamilton; Huntsville; Land O' Lakes Tourist Region
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 6 to 17 (Coed, Girls)
  • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
  • from $599
overnightcampvirtualprogramcoedallgirls 599 6-17 7HamiltonHuntsvilleLand O' Lakes Tourist RegionOntario


 

Muskoka kids camps: an essential summer experience

At the great majority of camps in this area, kids stay overnight – and they love it! This is the proper way to experience Ontario's north country, for suburban and southern Ontario children and teens. First time campers should find themselves falling in love with outdoor activities like canoeing and swimming. You might also be graced with a wildlife sighting or two, and there are plenty of outdoor adventures, possible only in a summer camp like those near Huntsville. 

Because the area is a hotspot for families, there are indeed a wide variety of Huntsville camps beyond just the traditional camps with typical outdoor activities like a rock climbing wall, etc.  

Here's a brief look at some variant examples:

Christian summer camps are quite proliferate in the area. Many of these are indeed traditional, overnight programs. The appeal of these for families may be obvious, offering as they do immersion in the natural world, in a faith-based environment. Kids who attend these love the friendships they foster. They meet kids from across the province who share similar background and beliefs. A number of these Muskoka summer camps also focus on a family-orientation, allowing Christian families to strengthen bonds, worship together and grow in faith.

Physical disability camps in the Muskoka region provide a natural milieu for physically challenged kids. Kids with special physical needs participate in classic summer camp activities like canoe trips and other encounters with nature, in a safe, secure environment where counselors and support staff are well-trained to care for them.  These Muskoka camps are attended by kids from all over, providing an enriching experience for children of all abilities in camp sessions that are integrated.

There are a number of sports camps in the area, as well. Boys and girls have an immersive experience in both kids' camp and the sport they love. Summer hockey schools in particular, attract kids from major cities like the GTA and Ottawa. Kids get together in the woods of Ontario and improve athletic skills. Other sports available at camps in the area are water sports, of course, and things like wilderness trips. The list goes on, as you see above.

Camps in Muskoka go beyond just traditional

Muskoka and Huntsville are also home to day camps and march break camps, ideal for kids living or whose family is vacationing in the area. In particular, spring break camps here offer an unusual retreat for kids, and these are attended by kids as far away as Toronto and Montreal. Day camps in Huntsville and area present unique opportunities to learn, to improve sports skills, or to immerse yourself in an extra-curricular interest you love. Kids from the area also benefit greatly from Muskoka day camps like some of those listed above. 



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