ages 8-15 {co-ed}

TRADITIONAL CO-ED TWO WEEK CAMP

Our Traditional Two-Week Co-ed Camps offer a wonderful opportunity to cultivate friendship, try new activities, and enjoy an extended stay in Muskoka. These camps are designed for both new and returning campers with staff fostering an environment of inclusion and support. These camps are energy-filled, dynamic, and exciting with a broad range of camp activities and events being offered thought the session.

Participants in this camp will embark on an exciting paddle, cookout, campfire, and sleepover at Ekon’s “Little Chief Island”, weather permitting. Campers will also indulge in “Resort Day”, where they can try instructions of their choice and indulge in Ekon’s famous ice cream buffet bar.

Participants will enjoy all-camp programming as well as enjoy fun-filled traditional camp activities with their hut mates. Campers benefit from living in community with their peers, trying new activities, and experiencing the beauty of the Canadian wilderness.

Note: Parents of special needs campers, anaphylactic campers, or campers with an underlying medical condition must contact the office at registration@ekon.ca prior to camp registration.

*Two Week Camp Cannot Be Split

Mon. July - Sat. July

TRADITIONAL CO-ED BOY'S CAMP WEEKS 1/2

$1,500 + HST
Ages 8-11
Mon. July - Sat. July

TRADITIONAL CO-ED GIRL'S CAMP WEEKS 1/2

$1,500 + HST
Ages 8-15
ages 8-15

TRADITIONAL GIRLS TWO WEEK CAMP

Our Traditional Two-Week Girl's Camp offers a wonderful opportunity to cultivate friendship, try new activities, and enjoy an extended stay in Muskoka. These camps are designed for both new and returning campers with staff fostering an environment of inclusion and support. These camps are energy-filled, dynamic, and exciting with a broad range of camp activities and events being offered thought the session.

Participants in this camp will embark on an exciting paddle, cookout, campfire, and sleepover at Ekon’s “Little Chief Island”, weather permitting. Campers will also indulge in “Resort Day”, where they can try instructions of their choice and indulge in Ekon’s famous ice cream buffet bar.

Participants will enjoy all-camp programming as well as enjoy fun-filled traditional camp activities with their own hut-mates. Campers benefit from living in community with their peers, trying new activities, and experiencing the beauty of the Canadian wilderness.

Note: Parents of special needs campers, anaphylactic campers, or campers with an underlying medical condition must contact the office at registration@ekon.ca prior to camp registration.

*Two Week Camps Cannot Be Split

Mon. July - Sat. July

TRADITIONAL JR/SR GIRLS WEEKS 3/4

$1,500 + HST
Ages 8-15
ages 8-15

TRADITIONAL BOYS TWO WEEK CAMP

Our Traditional Two-Week Boy's Camp offers a wonderful opportunity to cultivate friendship, try new activities, and enjoy an extended stay in Muskoka. These camps are designed for both new and returning campers with staff fostering an environment of inclusion and support. These camps are energy-filled, dynamic, and exciting with a broad range of camp activities and events being offered thought the session.

Participants in this camp will embark on an exciting paddle, cookout, campfire, and sleepover at Ekon’s “Little Chief Island”, weather permitting. Campers will also indulge in “Resort Day”, where they can try instructions of their choice and indulge in Ekon’s famous ice cream buffet bar.

Participants will enjoy all-camp programming as well as enjoy fun-filled traditional camp activities with their hut-mates. Campers benefit from living in community with their peers, trying new activities, and experiencing the beauty of the Canadian wilderness.

Note: Parents of special needs campers, anaphylactic campers, or campers with an underlying medical condition must contact the office at registration@ekon.ca prior to camp registration.

*Two Week Camps Cannot Be Split

Mon. Aug. - Sat. Aug.

TRADITIONAL JR/SR BOYS WEEKS 5/6

$1,500 + HST
Ages 8-15
Ages 8-15 {co-ed}

Introductory One Week Camp's

Our Introductory One-Week Co-ed Camps offer a wonderful opportunity to cultivate friendship, try new activities, and enjoy a short stay in Muskoka. These camps are designed for both new and returning campers with staff fostering an environment of inclusion and support. These camps are energy-filled, dynamic, and exciting with a broad range of camp activities and events being offered thought the session.

Participants will enjoy all-camp programming as well as enjoy fun-filled traditional camp activities with their hut-mates. Campers benefit from living in community with their peers, trying new activities, and experiencing the beauty of the Canadian wilderness.

Note: Parents of special needs campers, anaphylactic campers, or campers with an underlying medical condition must contact the office at registration@ekon.ca prior to camp registration.

Mon. Aug. – Sat. Aug.

INTRODUCTORY JR/SR BOY'S WEEK 7

$800 + HST
Ages 8-15
Mon. Aug. – Sat. Aug.

INTRODUCTORY JUNIOR GIRL'S WEEK 7

$800 + HST
Ages 8-12
Mon. Aug. 22 - Sat. Aug. 27

INTRODUCTORY JUNIOR BOY'S WEEK 8

$800 + HST
Ages 8-12
Mon. Aug. 22 - Mon. Aug. 27

INTRODUCTORY JR/SR GIRL'S WEEK 8

$800 + HST
Ages 8-15

Wilderness Canoe Trip's!

The Wilderness Canoe Trip Experience involves a 4-day adventure in Algonquin Park, Ontario. Trippers will enjoy a rewarding and challenging experience in the Great Canadian outdoors! Wilderness Canoe Trips are designed for campers aged 11-15 and no prior canoeing experience is required.

Campers spend the first day on-site at Camp Ekon preparing for the canoe trip. Preparations include safety and skill instruction, paddling and portaging lessons as well as team-building activities. Trippers participate in all aspects while out on the trip including packing, paddling, portaging, cooking, and setting/striking camp. This is an unforgettable experience that helps develop independence, confidence, and provides a sense of accomplishment for those who join in the adventure.

Two fully qualified and experienced first aid certified lifeguards lead every Wilderness Canoe Trip.

Note: Parents of special needs campers, anaphylactic campers, or camper's with underlying medical conditions must contact the office at registration@ekon.ca prior to camp registration.

Mon. July - Sat. July

BOYS WILDERNESS CANOE TRIP WEEK 1

$800+HST
Ages 11-15
Mon. July – Sat. July

BOYS WILDERNESS CANOE TRIP WEEK 4

$800+HST
Ages 11-15
Mon. Aug. – Sat. Aug.

GIRLS WILDERNESS CANOE TRIP WEEK 5

$800+HST
Ages 11-15
Mon. Aug. – Sat. Aug.

GIRLS WILDERNESS CANOE TRIP WEEK 8

$800+HST
Ages 11-15
ages 14-15 {brith year 2006-2007}

LEADERS - IN - TRAINING ''ONE''

LIT 1 is a three-week camp, combining regular camper programming with an introduction to leadership. This Leadership Camp is suitable for both new and returning campers and is designed for youth aged 14 and 15 (completed gr 9 or 10).

The LIT 1 camp follows the same schedule as Traditional Camps. Participants will engage in a mixture of instructions, traditional camp programming, ropes initiative sessions, leadership seminars, sports events, and all camp activities throughout the three-week stay

Participants in this camp will embark on an exciting paddle, cookout, campfire, and sleepover at Ekon’s “Little Chief Island”, weather permitting. Campers will also indulge in “Resort Day”, where they can try instructions of their choice and indulge in Ekon’s famous ice cream buffet bar.

All participants will have the opportunity to complete their Bronze Medallion or Bronze Cross Lifeguarding certification.

All LIT's will participate in a 5-day Wilderness Canoe trip in Algonquin Provincial Park. Leadership groups will leave the luxuries of camp behind to embark on a canoe trip deep into the wilderness, where sightings of moose, deer, and rare birds are not uncommon! In preparation for the canoe trip, LIT’s will receive instruction in canoeing, portaging, campsite set up, and map reading. LIT's will work alongside their trip leaders to pack food and other supplies. While on these trips, teams will be working together to set up and take down camp each day, propel their canoes through the various lakes, and transport canoes and supplies over portage routes. These trips provide a valuable team-oriented experience, where lifelong solid friendships are formed, and leadership skills are cultivated. Two highly experienced and qualified trip leaders accompany every wilderness trip.

Note: Parents of special needs campers, anaphylactic campers, or campers with an underlying medical condition must contact the office at registration@ekon.ca prior to camp registration.

*LIT camp cannot be split.

Mon. July - Sat. July

GIRLS LIT 1

$2,300 + HST
Ages 14 -15
Mon. Aug. - Sat. Aug.

BOYS LIT 1

$2,300 + HST
Ages 14 - 15
ages 15-16 {birth year 2005-2006}

LEADERS - IN - TRAINING ''TWO''

LIT 2 is a four-week camp, combining regular camper programming with an immersive leadership development experience. This Leadership Camp is suitable for both new and returning campers and is designed for youth aged 15 and 16
(completed gr 10 or 11).

The LIT 2 camp follows the same schedule as our other camps. Throughout the month-long stay, participants will live in the staff house and will engage in a mixture of traditional camp programming, ropes initiative sessions, leadership seminars, sports events, and all camp activities. They will have opportunities to develop their leadership skills by working alongside staff to plan and run activities for younger campers and will have an opportunity to work in the camp kitchen. In keeping with our Jesuit philosophy, leadership candidates will be challenged to become “people for others” and will work with their LIT Director on a month-long community service project. LIT 2 participants will be eligible to receive high school volunteer credit for the service hours they complete while at Camp Ekon.

Participants in this camp will embark on paddle, cookout, campfire, and sleepover at Ekon’s “Little Chief Island”, weather permitting. Campers will also indulge in “Resort Day”, where they can try instructions of their choice and indulge in Ekon’s famous ice cream buffet bar.

All participants will have the opportunity to complete their Bronze Medallion or Bronze Cross Lifeguarding certification.

All LIT's will participate in an 8-day Wilderness Canoe trip in Killarney Provincial Park. Leadership groups will leave the luxuries of camp behind to embark on a canoe trip deep into the wilderness, where sightings of moose, deer, and rare birds are not uncommon! In preparation for the canoe trip, LIT’s will receive instruction in canoeing, portaging, campsite set up, wilderness cooking, orienteering, map reading, and basic first aid. LIT's will work alongside their trip leaders to pack food and other supplies as well as plan the route. While on these trips, teams will be working together to set up and take down camp each day, propel their canoes through the various lakes, and transport canoes and supplies over portage routes. These trips provide a valuable team-oriented experience, where lifelong solid friendships are formed, and leadership skills are cultivated. LIT 2’s have the opportunity to become a leader for the day. Two highly experienced and qualified trip leaders accompany every wilderness trip.

Note: Parents of special needs campers, anaphylactic campers, or campers with an underlying medical condition must contact the office at registration@ekon.ca prior to camp registration.

*LIT camp cannot be split.

Mon. July - Mon. July

GIRLS LIT 2

$3,000 + HST
Ages 15-16
Mon. Aug. to Sat. Aug.

BOYS LIT 2

$3,000 + HST
Ages 15-16
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Since 1971, Camp Ekon has been operating a world-class summer camp in the Muskoka region, but our history spans nearly 130 years.

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