Overnight Camp (ages 7-14)
Overnight Campers explore and thrive in a beautiful and expansive natural environment. Nestled in our log cabins, campers form strong bonds with cabinmates while enjoying outdoor adventures and creative programs.
A small camp atmosphere and a child-centred approach offer campers a safe environment to try new things and grow as individuals.
Overnight camp unit groups are divided by age with each group containing 8 - 12 campers and 2 unit leaders. Overnight camp drop off takes place Sunday at 7:00pm and pick up takes place Friday at 6:30pm.
2022 Overnight Camp Sessions
|July 10 – 15||7 – 14||$529||Waitlist Available|
|July 17 – 22||7 – 14||$529||Waitlist Available|
|July 24 – 29||7 – 14||$529||OPEN|
|August 1 – 5*||7 – 14||$479||OPEN|
|August 7 – 12||7 – 14||$529||Limited Spaces Available|
|August 14 – 19||7 – 14||$529||Waitlist Available|
|August 21 – 26||7 – 14||$529||Limited Spaces Available|
Canterbury Hills Camp staff and campers will adhere to all provincial public regulations, in addition to any health and safety policies established by its board or the Anglican Diocese of Niagara. All camp staff will be expected to be vaccinated with a full series of an approved COVID-19 vaccine, as recommended by Ontario's Ministry of Health.
All campers must be vaccinated with two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, prior to the start of their session at camp, unless a legal exemption has been granted. Submission of proof of vaccination will be required at least 14 days prior to starting camp.
Regular evenings include a creative camp-wide evening program hosted by one of the cabin groups. Then after a snack, all campers and leaders gather around the campfire for skits, songs and lots of laughter.
One evening/night is set aside for a camp-out with sleeping in tents and eating dinner around a campfire. With leaders, groups plan and enjoy special activities and adventures in and around their site.
Overnight campers sleep in comfortable log cabins with their group of 8 campers, supervised by at least 2 staff in an adjoining room. Each cabin has its own washroom, shower and common area.
Eating, living and participating in daily activities together will encourage campers to learn responsibility for themselves and consideration for others as part of a caring community.
On the first night of camp, cabin groups learn about typical activities, brainstorm creative activities, express what activities they are most interested in, and craft a unique schedule for their group.
- Climbing Wall
- Co-operative Games
- Creek Walks
- Field Games
- Gaga Ball
- Hide and Seek
- High Ropes
- Low Ropes
- Watch Tower
- Water Games
Creative Activities and Themes (examples)
- Dance Competition
- Disney Movies
- Game Shows
- Harry Potter
- Fort Building
- Harry Potter
- Mario Kart
- Ninja Training
- Rainbow Run (self painting)
- Scavenger Hunts
- Slip'n Slide
- Talent Show
- Theme Meals
- Zip Line (slip'n slide)
- ... and anything campers can imagine!