Camp Kodiak is a unique, integrated, non-competitive summer camp for children & teens with & without Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and ASD Level 1.
Why attend Camp Kodiak?
Learn about our mature, professional staff and the excellent supervision they provide. Link
Learn more about how we build positive relationships and foster friendships. Link
Learn more about our exciting activities and how we set your camper up for success. Link
Learn about the two options for our academic program. Link
(For ages 16-18)
Learn about our Leader-In-Training Program for older campers. Link
Learn about our beautiful site and modern facilities. Link
All camp activities are planned with a view to teaching skills, building confidence and improving self-esteem
We achieve this by carefully structuring all of our activities to ensure success. Teaching is done by skilled instructors who break down tasks into manageable chunks and present them in a logical sequence. In this way, we can be sure that our campers will achieve success. We acknowledge every accomplishment, and never miss the opportunity to provide positive feedback and recognition.
Our athletic instructors de-emphasise competition, stress cooperation and sportsmanship and model appropriate attitudes and behaviour.
Discover Our Activities
Kodiak campers range in age from 6 - 18 and include children & teens with and without Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder. They come from Canada, the U.S.A. and around the world.
Two primary reasons for our success are the quality of our staff and our 2:1 camper-to-staff ratio. Our cabins typically have 9 campers with three counsellors per cabin, but around camp, the ratio is 2:1. One counsellor in each cabin is a person who is professionally trained to work with children and youth, for example a teacher, social worker, child and youth care worker or recreation specialist. The other two cabin counsellors are university and college students or recent graduates.
Camp Kodiak is located about 25 minutes northeast of Parry Sound, near the town of McKellar. We are on 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.
Modern cabins with electricity,
full bathroom with shower
Click here to find out more. Learn more about Camper Cabins
Low sugar, low additives, healthy meals & snacks
Click here to find out more. Learn more about our Food Services
All of our campers take part in our academic program
This takes place right after breakfast, from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Monday to Friday. Parents are asked to choose one of the two following options for their camper:
Campers receive individual and small-group academic tutoring. The program is coordinated with the camper’s school, and instruction is tailored to meet individual academic needs. Each camper’s program is developed and implemented by experienced and qualified professionals under the supervision of the Academic Director, Shari Stoch, M.Ed.
Campers receive small group instruction in a variety of educational activities based in the arts and science. The following is a partial list:
Are you ready to be a leader?
Check out our L.I.T. (Leader-In-Training) program for campers aged 16-18
Our L.I.T.s take part in all of the camp activities and receive training in various areas depending on their abilities and interests. Some receive instruction in basic concepts of child development, camper management, and teaching methods & theory. They spend part of their day working with younger campers or assisting in a specialty area under the supervision of a staff member.
For others, our L.I.T. program is more work-oriented, and is designed to meet the needs of teens who are better suited to vocational experiences. These L.I.T.s receive job training, and with supervision, assume responsibilities such as meal serving, helping with the running of the camp store, and assisting with some of the office routines.
At the end of the camper’s session, a letter is sent home that outlines their involvement in the number and scope of placements. These letters may be submitted to schools to count towards volunteer community service requirements. The L.I.T. program is NOT a counsellor training program, but a flexible program designed to develop the individual’s leadership skills. L.I.T.s are still part of our camper ratio, and are provided all of the support that other campers receive.
2024 Dates & Rates
Except for the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST - 13%), our fees are all inclusive. They include food, lodging, all activities, excursions off site, transportation and laundry. There are no extra charges. However, campers not covered by a Canadian medicare plan may be billed if outside medical, dental or pharmaceutical services are required.
Prices listed are in Canadian Dollars (CAD).
June 30 - July 27, 2024
July 29 - Aug. 18, 2024
June 30 - Aug 18, 2024
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Transportation to camp is by highway coach from Toronto. Parents who would prefer to drive their camper to camp are welcome to do so. Camp personnel are available to meet campers at the airport in Toronto and return them to the airport at the end of camp. There is no extra charge for this service.
Seven week campers and second session campers are transported to and from camp. Youngsters who come for only the first session return home with their parents on Visiting Day, the last day of that session.
Campers arriving by car must arrive within the given window of time to ensure they don't meet one of the buses on our single-lane road.
Buses leave from a convenient Toronto location. Experienced Camp Kodiak staff ride on the buses with the campers.
All flights must arrive and depart from Toronto's Pearson International Airport (YYZ).
Camp Kodiak staff will meet campers and accompany them to camp via coach bus.
Your child deserves an amazing summer.
The first step in the application process is to complete an application form through the online CampBrain portal.
Click the link below to get started!