The Pine Project inspires kids to fall in love with nature! Campers spend their days exploring the forest to find cool nature mysteries, playing games that transform them into their favourite animals, learning wilderness skills like carving and animal tracking, and more. By spending their days outside, rain or shine, campers build confidence, competence, resilience and a connection to nature.
We offer day camp at two convenient locations in Toronto (ages 4-15) and a backcountry overnight camp near Haliburton (ages 7-15). We also offer school-year and March Break nature connection programs for youth and families. Join us this summer to unplug, get outside and discover nature's wonders!
While all camps are unique, the Pine Project is something of a rarity in that it offers both day programs in the city and overnight programs at a rural property. It’s a nice plus, allowing campers to attend different programs, and grow into overnight camp while staying within the same organization, culture, and to some extent personnel. In all, the Pine Project presents a tried and true array of camp activity, from woods lore, to skill development, to wilderness tripping and adventure. All activities are a means of getting at confidence, belonging, and fun, which is after all what camp is all about. Programs are based on academic research and insight, particularly undertaken at the University of Waterloo, so is sound both in curriculum, intent, and outcomes. Though, as with any great camp, kids learn and build skills entirely unaware that all the fun their having is good for them, too.
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