Looking for a camp in Algonquin Park? Camp Northway/ Wendigo offer a traditional program based on our wilderness setting of swimming, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, arts & crafts, nature, dramatics and canoe trips.
Each camper is an important part of camp life. Lasting friendships form where girls have the opportunity to spend time together in the absence of today’s constant exposure to technology. Wilson Prewitt, Owner, Camp Northway/ Wendigo
Algonquin Park summer camps permit kids to interact with nature and each other, inside the largest provincial park in Canada. It's hard to imagine a more idyllic, ideal location to spend summer camp. Algonquin is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, along with an amazing selection of wildlife, ranging from wolves to bears to moose. Read more
North Toronto, Toronto; Algonquin Park; Huntsville
Day Camp, Overnight Camp
Outward Bound Canada provides challenging adventures in the outdoors across the country that develop self-respect, awareness of others, interpersonal skills, and a sense of accomplishment. Read more...
Camp Ahmek and Camp Wapomeo offer a balance of canoe tripping and programming. Activities include swimming, canoeing, arts & crafts, horseback riding, sailing and more. Canoe trips range in length from 2 to 50 days. Read more...
A children’s overnight camp in Algonquin Park,2.5 hours north of Toronto. With more than 20 activities and a premier canoe trip program,campers develop life skills,build self-confidence and foster lifelong friendships. Read more...
Est. 1914. A traditional boys' summer camp, island campus in Algonquin. Full in-camp program. Water, land and camp skills. Wilderness canoe trips, Spectacular setting. Exceptional staff. Positive masculine culture. Fun! Read more...
This all girls summer camp located on its own lake in Algonquin Park offers a variety of camp activities, along with specialty programs for canoe tripping, mini camp and kindercamp! We offer a safe and fun adventure! Read more...
An Algonquin Park summer camp offers your son or daughter all the usual summer activities you can imagine, including swimming, canoeing, hiking, campfires and more. Inside Algonquin Park, there are summer camps for boys only and girls only, as well as coed camps. A number of summer camps in Algonquin also offer wilderness trips.
Of course, being in Algonquin park, does not mean that you can't have some typical urban fun. Some non-wilderness activities kids can participate in would include theatre arts, soccer and baseball. Check out our list of summer camps to learn more about the experience each camp offers, in exposing and immersing your children in this amazing wilderness environment.
Meet Algonquin Park Camps at the Toronto Camp Expo in February
Choosing a camp in the Algonquin Park area by just looking at websites can be difficult. That's why Our Kids hosts the annual Our Kids Camp Expo every February in Toronto. Attend and meet with camp staff and directors from 50+ different programs so that you can choose a camp your child will LOVE.
More about Algonquin Park
Algonquin Park is a world renowned natural sanctuary where moose lounge in shallow ponds munching on water lilies, loons chortle and call and wolves and coyotes howl at the moon. Canoeing or summer camping in Algonquin Park is a quintessential Ontario kids' experience that every child should experience at least once. The wilderness of Algonquin is a place where people discover things about themselves and their world that they could not discover anywhere else.
Algonquin park summer camps offer a singular experience that we cannot encourage strongly enough. Kids who experience Algonquin Park together will be certain to create memories to last a lifetime. In addition to all the fun they will have, they will learn a wealth of information about nature, ecology and the wilderness.