1-800-551-0168 or 705-789-0123
Box 10020 Huntsville, ON P1H 2K1

  • Map of Facility

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    During your camper’s stay at Camp Widjiitiwin, they will be playing games, attending chapel, participating in spiritual discussions and living in a peer-led environment, under the supervision of friendly and competent staff. How we meet their needs in this environment is something we take very seriously, so have a look at the topics below to discover more about the environment they will be living in.

  • Cabins

    Each of our rustic cabins has 10 bunks, with 8 campers and 2 staff. Cubbies are provided to easily stash extra items and keep the cabin clean. The walls carry the heritage of the camp, and campers are encouraged to make their mark, as a memento to return to someday.

  • Guys’ End/Girls’ End

    Each end of the camp is home to a circle of 8 cabins. Each end is designated for guys or girls, and no trespassing is permitted outside of camp-wide games where the boundaries are stipulated.

  • Washrooms

    Communal, gender specific, Washrooms are located in each end, equipped with showers, laundry and the necessary toilets and sinks.

  • Food and Program

    Food is prepared by our camp cook based on the Canada Food Guide, and is served buffet style, with portions monitored. Campers are often treated to a salad or yogurt bar, with many selections to satisfy the most stipulative appetite. The Longhouse acts as Dining Hall, Chapel, Rock Climbing Wall and multi-purpose room.