FAQs About Canadian Adventure Camp
The drive to camp is 4 1/2 hours North from Toronto and 4 1/2 hours Northwest from Ottawa. Click here for Driving Directions.
Cabins are generally set up with 8 campers and a counsellor.
Cabins mates are put together based on age but we will do our best to keep friends together.
The food is great! Our Chef and staff, including baker, prepare three meals a day. Meals always include fresh homemade bread, soup, salad and dessert.
For a sample of our menu click here.
Campers can sign up for activities the day before. There is a rotating schedule which allows every camper to have first in line for sign up.
After a camper is registered, we send out a package including our Packing List showing everything you need to bring. Click here to see the Packing List.
There is a Doctor and Nurse on site and available 24hrs a day.
Every camper will get the opportunity to go on an overnight with their cabin group. Generally the campers take a short canoe trip to a nearby island and make camp for the night. They learn to cook a meal over a fire and sleep in tents. They return to C.A.C. before lunch the next day. A lot of our campers tell us this is their favourite night!
For the summer of 2020, the Visitor's days will be:
Saturday July 11th
Saturday July 25th
Saturday August 8th
Saturday August 22nd
Camper's in specialty programs get to spend approximately 1/2 of each day in their program. The other half they can choose from over 35 activities with other campers.
All of our counselling staff must be a minimum age of 19. Most are University or College students. All of our counselling staff have a bronze cross lifeguarding certification. Most have their NLS.