If you are interested in camp for the following summer, the best way to experience Camp Canadensis is to come and witness it for yourself! Observe our well rounded and extensive activity day in action. See our top rate facility, meet our amazing staff, and even stay for lunch. We’d love to have you visit us this summer and understand what TRADITIONAL CAMPING FOR TODAY’S CHILD is all about.
We begin scheduling tours on April 1 of each year and tours are available on most days throughout the summer. Families that call before April 1 will be put on our Tour Priority list and will be contacted prior to when tours are scheduled.
All families will be given a personal tour by a member of our Leadership Team. Children will have the chance to participate in some of camp’s activities while on the tour.
TOUR & MORE PLAY DAY: Saturday, July 13 OR Sunday, July 28, 2019
Families considering Camp Canadensis might want to give their child the chance to spend a whole day in our warm and caring environment. Our Tour and More Play Days go beyond our standard camp tour options. Children will get to spend an entire day as a Canadensis Camper and enjoy our lake, sports, arts, adventure and many other activities.
Cost: $75(the entire cost is eligible to be credited towards 2020 tuition)
Ages: Current Kindergartners – 3rd grade
Click on the links below to view the schedule, packing list and more for the Tour & More Playday (we even included some local attractions for the adults while the kids are playing at camp)!
If you are unable to make it to camp in the summer, we offer tours after the summer is over as well as on select days in September, October and November. Although camp is not is session, families will still be able to see our beautiful campus and meets camp’s directors.
Offseason Visits from Directors
For families that are unable to tour camp the prior to the summer they are interested in, one of camp’s directors is happy to pay a visit to your house to tell you more about camp and fill you in on the finer details of camp life at Canadensis. Families can also take a Virtual Tour of the camp by clicking here.