Family Camps in Ontario
Need some R&R with your clan? Hit the road this Summer and head to one of these fantastic family camps. These camps offer all the activities and sports for families to enjoy, plus plenty of together time to bond and recharge. Why should kids have all the fun?
Camp Peak in South River
Camp PEAK believes in the importance of 'family time' as a result is now offering Family Camp August 29 to September 1, 2014. Family Camp is an opportunity to reconnect with programmed and facilitated activities, prepared meals and snacks, room, and board. It's the last opportunity to spend time together as a family before school begins... kind of like an enhanced family vacation. Family Camp will help introduce a camp program to your young children and to make those parents/guardians feel comfortable with the entire 'camping' experience for future years. All ages are welcome.
Tamakwa Family Camp is an unbelievable weekend of fun with those you love most. This is the perfect opportunity for parents to be campers for the first time or to relive camper days of years past. Create meaningful memories and friendships with other families. The schedule will include a fantastic mix of kid-oriented, parent-oriented, and family-oriented activities. Other weekend highlights will include spirited sing songs, evening programs, wonderful food, a Tamakwa-classic medley marathon relay race, music, lots of laughs, and non-stop campfires. This will be a weekend in beautiful Algonquin Park you won’t want to miss. Camp will be held Friday, August 29, 2014 through Sunday, August 31, 2014.
Ontario Pioneer Camp
Ontario Pioneer Family Camp provides an unique opportunity to share in quality time together as a family. Each day is set up to provide a mix of both adult and children’s programming, with also plenty of free time to form memories together while enjoying the waterfront, Muskoka property, and of all of the great camp activities. Family camp dates are August 25 to 30, 2014.
Here’s a chance to take a “quick dip,” in the Camp Kawartha waters with a day long program that both campers and parents can enjoy at Mini Kawartha Day for Campers and Parents! On arrival, parents and campers will be given a tour of the camp. This will be followed by our traditional flag-raising that allows parents and campers to meet the staff and participate in some of the games and icebreakers we play on our first day. Campers then join a cabin group for morning activities while parents are led through a camp orientation–Camp Kawartha 101–a crash course of everything they need and want to know about their child’s experience at the Camp. Lunch and dinner will be provided in the dining hall where campers and parents participate in camp meals, and experience the dining hall spirit and routines unique to the camp. Parents and campers will participate in afternoon activities such as climbing wall, high ropes, eco, archery, and boating activities. Later in the afternoon, campers will join their counselors or parents to participate in our daily GBS period where they can participate in swimming and additional boating activities. The day ends with traditional campfire for songs, skits, and other surprises. June 28 from 9:00am to 7:00pm.
Camp Cherith values the parent-child relationship. They offer special a Father/Son Weekend and a Mother/Daughter Weekend each year. A weekend together at Cherith can strengthen an adult-child (or teen) bond in ways that few experiences in daily life can. No work, cell phones, or homework. No cooking, chores, or housework. Just kick back and enjoy time with Mom or Dad and let the weekend unfold. The Father/Son Weekend is June 6 to 8, 2014. (The Mom/Daughter weekend - June 20 to 22, 2014, is currently full.)