See where you will be spending your time at Camp Kodiak
Camp Kodiak is located about 25 minutes northeast of Parry Sound, near the town of McKellar. We are on a 425 acre site with approximately 2 1/2 miles of waterfront on Moffat Lake. Our extensive indoor and outdoor facilities mean the fun continues rain or shine.
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The Dining Hall
We provide healthy meals and snacks that are low in sugar and additives. Read about it below. Learn more about our Food Services
Our cabins are surrounded by natural beauty, but with enough home comforts to make camp a home away from home.
Our campers and staff are housed in bright, modern, lakeside log cabins. Every cabin has electricity, a full bathroom with a shower, and a large deck overlooking the lake.
A note about Meals & Special Diets
At Camp Kodiak we recognize that food is very important to our campers, and for some, can be a source of worry or concern. Our kitchen ensures that all our campers are properly catered to throughout their time at camp. Camp Kodiak serves three meals per day day and two snacks; a cookie and juice in the middle of the afternoon and a fruit snack in the evening. All meals are prepared according to the nutritional recommendations of the Canada food guide with a focus on low sugar, and additive-free meals. They are planned to provide a healthy and balanced diet with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables.
As well as the main meal, there are always alternatives available for our campers. A wide selection of sandwiches and cereal are on offer to campers at each meal. For campers with special dietary requirements, the kitchen can provide many options, including meals to meet the needs vegetarians, as well as those with sensitivities to lactose and gluten.
Meals are served “family style,” with the cabin group and counsellors sitting together. Counsellors emphasise the importance of table manners and encourage campers to chat and share stories at the dinner table. At the end of each meal, counsellors take to the microphone to share stories of camper successes, known at Camp Kodiak as merit announcements. These announcements recognise the many achievements of our campers each and every day.
Camp Kodiak is a nut-, peanut- and sesame-free camp. We ask that parents that decide to send care packages ensure that any food items are processed and packaged in nut- and peanut-free facilities.
The Health Centre
Camp Kodiak has a full health centre, with an onsite team of medical professionals. The team runs clinics twice a day, at which time campers, accompanied by their cabin counsellors, are seen so that any minor problems can be addressed. Major problems are always dealt with immediately and our medical team is on call 24-hours a day.
Our local hospital is only a 30-minute drive, should the need arise. Camp Kodiak works with a local pharmacy to blister pack any camper medications and they are stored, managed and dispensed by our nursing team. Medications are dispensed at designated times throughout the day. Inhalers and epipens are kept with the campers throughout their stay.