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All camp buses will be depart and arrive from Toronto at local parking lots for the start of each session.  Please note that for first/full session campers, the bags go to camp in advance of the departure day.  Information on locations will be provided closer to camp.

Please review all standard policies with your child before they attend camp each summer. This chapter includes policies while at camp as well as throughout the year to ensure the physical and emotional safety of all campers.

Communication at camp is very important to us. We will be in touch with all new families in the first 5 days and with parents if there is ever anything to discuss. This chapter includes our mailing address, emergency information and our package/mail policies.

CHAPTER 4: VISITORS DAY  At Manitou we have one Visitors Day, a few days prior to the end of the first session. WE WELCOME ONLY IMMEDIATE FAMILY AS VISITORS: PARENTS AND SIBLINGS! Please limit food brought into camp and make sure nothing brought into camp contains nut/nut traces! We serve an incredible lunch at camp […]

Please ensure we have all medication and medical information up to date by early May when forms are due and in writing if anything changes prior to camp. Please read through this chapter on medication drop off and communication from our health centre while your child is at camp.

We can only accept 2 duffel bags per camper at camp. Please follow our packing list and label all clothing and equipment sent to the camp. We have laundry once per week, your child will receive their own laundry bag at camp to use.

When and what to write your child, understanding homesickness and providing us with information before camp will help us to provide the best possible summer for your child. Let us know which activities you would like us to encourage your child to participate in before camp giving us the chance to support your child in new activities and encouraging skill development.

Our mailing addresses and phone numbers in Toronto and at camp. Driving directions to camp if needed are included here. Our terms and conditions as agreed upon when submitting the application to review if needed.

CHAPTER 10: THINKING AHEAD  CABIN ASSIGNMENTS We value the importance of new children having a friend in their cabin. However, more importantly, we believe it’s integral to the camp experience to make new friends. When we make our cabin groups, we take into account age, grade, requests, cabin, dynamics, and the camper’s well-being. If your […]

We have a Community Week, Friday Night Fireside and our “Walk of Hope” during the summer where we join together to celebrate what we have at camp and to recognize how fortunate we are to spend our time at Manitou. Manitoucares provides us an opportunity to continue this throughout the year as we make a difference in the lives of others at monthly events.