The Camp Site
The main Camp area is comprised of one hundred acres of spectacular forests, including twenty-four acres of pristine untouched wilderness, set in the heart of the rugged Muskoka woods. Beyond the Camp lie thousands of acres of Crown Land, that provide visitors with tremendous opportunities for exploration in a private outdoor setting.
Our Muskoka facility is located two hours north of Toronto, just 25 minutes from the town of Bracebridge, Ontario.
All facilities at The Camp Wenonah Centre for Outdoor Education meet and exceed the highest standards of the local Health and Fire Departments, and the Ontario Camps Association.
All participant accommodations are a short walk from either a central male or female washroom and shower house. Washroom facilities feature flush toilets, private showers, and multiple sinks. We are pleased to offer two styles of accommodation for participants throughout their stay:
Located along respective male and female cabin lines, our traditional wooden cabins house up to twelve students at a time and feature bunk beds. Each cabin is equipped with smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, indoor/outdoor lighting and electrical outlets (Larger cabins are available and sleep up to fourteen or sixteen students). Mattresses are provided in the cabins. All participants are required to bring their own sleeping bags and pillows.
Our recently renovated multi-season raised platform canvas tabins feature bunk and single beds which house up to eight participants in each structure. Each tabin comes equipped with smoke detectors and fire extinguishers, with exterior lights throughout the village. The privacy of our Tabin Village allows groups to have a unique and rustic camping experience while remaining close to private washrooms and shower facilities. Mattresses are provided in the tabins. All participants are required to bring their own sleeping bags and pillows.
Teacher / Chaperone Accommodations
Teachers and chaperones are typically housed in either our Health Centre or Hillside accommodations which are both conveniently located in the centre of Camp and are close to student cabins, the Lodge and office buildings. The Health Centre offers several bedrooms (with two or three beds in each room), washrooms, and common spaces. Our Hillside accommodation provides multiple bedroom spaces (three or four beds in each room) in a convenient location close to private washrooms and showers located in the Health Centre.
When multiple groups are on site, bedrooms and common spaces will be assigned based on the specific needs of each group. Additional satellite accommodations for teachers and chaperones are typically used for larger groups.