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2018 Registration open now!Join our 2018 summer staff!For seventy summers, Camp Hurontario’s small group philosophy has built lasting friendships, self-confidence and strong personal skills, in a unique non-competitive outdoor environment.

2018 Camp sessions still available – don’t miss out! Available sessions:

Camp HurontarioAugust 3 1/2 week – July 28-August 21
August 2 week session – July 28-August 9
August 9-21 (registration discount)

All ages welcome – including Leadership Program

Location and Activities

Camp Hurontario’s spectacular location in the Thirty Thousand Islands of Georgian Bay, two hours north of Toronto, offers the ideal setting for a wide range of outdoor summer activities, including canoeing, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, swimming, rock climbing, ropes, archery, range shooting, fishing, biology and arts.

Our choice of canoe trips ranges from five day trips on Georgian Bay, to week long trips on the Pickerel and French Rivers, to eleven day trips from our northern output in the Chapleau Game Preserve. Our leaders who are 15-16 have the opportunity to do what water trips of a lifetime in James Bay, the Arctic and Labrador.


Our philosophy is designed around growth and development, so that there is always a new and appropriate challenge at each age level. Our small groups and non-competitive atmosphere provides an opportunity for a more flexible approach to learning than that of a school setting. Boys from all over the world are able to develop strong personal skills, great friendships and a wonderful sense of community.

2018 Sessions

Camp Hurontario offers a variety of sessions from 5 days to three and a half weeks, for boys aged 5 through 16. Sessions are tailored for different age ranges and levels of experience. Camp sessions begin at the beginning of July in 2018. Please refer to our dates and rates page for more information.

Skating party reunion 2016What: A skating party at Upper Canada College rink for Camp Hurontario campers, family and friends
When: Sunday, November 26, 2017, 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Where: William Wilder Arena, Upper Canada College, 200 Lonsdale Dr.

Summer friends! See yourself in the slideshow! Games, pizza and much more!

Please call http://416-488-2077 or email to let us know you’re coming!

Again this summer (2018), Hurontario will be offering two amazing wilderness trips for campers who are 15, 16 and 17! Take this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore Canada’s true north.

We will be holding an information meeting on:

Monday, November 27th,
1 Ridge Drive Park at 7:00 p.m.

Please call 416-488-2077 or email us to let us know how many family member(s) plus a tripper will be attending.

At this meeting, we will go over dates, cost, travel, and any questions you may have. Photos from past trips will also be on display! Come and discover what these amazing trips have to offer.

**Please let us know if you are interested **

Phil Muntz (1934-2017) was a Hurontario alumnus and has several islands and a Hurontario canoeing trophy named after him. He was one of the first counselors at Hurontario and greatly admired by camp founder, Birnie Hodgetts.

Eric Phillip Muntz obituary

Read the great article about Hurontario in the Fall 2016 edition of Georgian Bay Today posted on our History page!