Overnight Camps Overview - CKW YMCA

Overnight Camps Overview

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The high quality camping experiences offered by our YMCA have helped to enrich the lives of children and youth for more than 60 years. We see this as an important responsibility and we feel very strongly about the positive impact of a values-based camping experience that focuses on fun, friendship, challenge and adventure.

Camp Belwood, Girls and Boys 5-14

Located just outside of Fergus, Camp Belwood provides a comfortable introduction into residential camping for our younger campers, while providing a challenging program for our older campers. Program highlights include: swimming, sailing, canoeing, drama, archery, crafts, BMX biking (for older campers) and more.

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Camp Ki-Wa-Y, Girls and Boys 6-15

Near St. Clements, Camp Ki-Wa-Y emphasizes skill development within its specialty program streams - climbing, boating, art, music, drama and a general program. Ki-Wa-Y also offeres two weeks of girls' only camp. Program highlights include: ropes course and climbing wall, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, water trampoline, crafts, archery and more.

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Camp Wabanaki, Boys and Girls 7-15

Located on Vernon Lake in Huntsville, Camp Wabanaki is our northern camp that focuses on canoe tripping and outdoor living. Program highlights include: swimming, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, skin diving, crafts, archery, mountain biking and more.

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Camp Wabanaki Voyageurs, Boys and Girls 13-15

This extended tripping program based at Camp Wabanaki in Huntsville will either spark or rekindle an appreciation for the breathtaking beauty of northern Ontario. Participants arrive at Wabanaki to prepare for their trip which includes hiking, canoeing and sea kayaking, and return back to camp after the trip.

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