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


  • If my child is staying for 2 weeks in a row can I leave them at camp for the weekend in between? If so how much will it cost?

    Yes, there is no charge. Please make sure you inform the registrar if you have not done so on the registration form.
  • Is someone able to pick up my child at the bus/train station in Huntsville?

    Yes, the transportation fee for pick up or drop off is $20.00 each way. Please confirm time and additional information with the Camp Registrar as soon as you have the trip scheduled.
  • Can I fax my registration form in?

    Yes, please fax forms to:1-705-789-6668  and include a cover page that marks it attention to the Registrar at Camp Widjiitiwin.
  • Can I email my registration form in?

    Yes, but be careful that the document is legible when this is done the information often does not come out clearly. Email registrar@mycamp.ca
  • Can I send in my registration form without my deposit?

    The deposit of $100.00 / week is required at the time of application. Only applications that are accompanied by the deposit will be processed.
  • How do I get on a waiting list if the camp is full?

    You must send in a registration form along with the deposit and only then will you be added to the waiting list. If space does not open up, the deposit will be refunded.
  • When do I have to pay the remainder of the Camp fees?

    All camp fees are due and payable on June 1 before the summer you’ve registered.
  • What if I don’t pay my fees by then?

    Failure to pay these fees by the deadline may result in the cancellation of your registration.
  • Can the Family Discount and the Multiple Week Discount be combined with the Early Bird Discount?

  • How do I get the Group Discount?

    You must have a group leader who sends in 5 or more registrations together (they do not have to be the same week) with a cover letter. Only then will you get the Group Discount.
  • Can the Group Discount be combined with the Early Bird Discount?

  • Can the Group Discount be combined with the Family & Multiple Week Discounts?

  • Are there any discounts for SALT?

    Yes. The sibling discount and early bird may apply.
  • Can I find out who is staying in my child’s cabin before registration day?

    No, we can not give out that information.
  • How much money do kids usually get for tuck?

    Tuck is now included in your camper’s registration. Campers will have a selection of items to choose from in different categories. In addition to tuck times, at registration on opening and closing days there will be additional souvenir and tuck shop items for sale.
  • How often do they go to Tuck?

    Tuck happens twice-a-day. Once in the afternoon and once in the evening before chapel. Each camper will have a selection of items to choose from in different categories.
  • Does my child have to be the age that is listed for that camp session?

    Yes. With our split programming, siblings are now able to attend the same week, but in separate programming.
  • Will siblings in Blast and TNT see each other?

    Yes, there are designated times of the day including meals where campers of both programs will be in the same place, at the same time.
  • How many campers does Widji have in a week?

    We have accommodations for up to 128 campers, though some programs are capped based on staffing or other factors.
  • What is the cabin leader to camper ratio?

    In cabins we have a 1 to 4 staff to camper ratio. In camp overall the ratio is 1 to 3.
  • What happens if my child gets hurt?

    Every summer Camp Widjiitiwin hires a camp medic. This person is a nursing student having finished their first or second year or a standard first aider over the age of 18. In addition, we have access to a paramedic on the MBC grounds who is on call 24/7. You would be notified as soon as possible if a call was placed to the paramedic or 911.
  • Can I come visit my child while they are at camp?

    No, this is discouraged because it can cause homesickness with your child or other campers who will then want to see their parents.
  • Can I call my child while they are at camp?

    This is strongly discouraged as it can lead to homesickness, but we understand that there may be traumatic events that your child needs to know about while at camp. Please inform the camp director in advance of this call so that we can be prepared to assist you and the camper through the situation.
  • When can I come visit my SALT camper while they are at camp?

    You are welcome to come on any of the Sundays during the opening day registration times while your child is attending SALT. Please call ahead to see what the SALTers are doing to ensure your SALTer will be available when you plan to come.
  • Can I write my child letters, email or fax them?

    Yes. If you write letters and bring them with you, you can leave them with the registrars when you drop them off on Sunday and the letters will be delivered to them in the week.  Mark the day in the corner if you have specific days that you would like them to be delivered. Send mail with your camper’s name clearly on the letter or parcel can be sent to:

    Camp Widjiitiwin, Box 10020, Huntsville, ON P1H 2K1

    Fax to 705-789-6668 or email to campers@mycamp.ca You should be aware that if your child receives multiple pieces of mail or a large package, that they may have to sing or act for it as a camp tradition. Of course, we encourage you to do this!

  • What does my child need to bring and what can’t they bring?

    The what to bring to camp list is on the parents page of the Widjiitiwin website.
  • Can my child be in the same cabin as a friend that is younger?

    Cabins are usually done by same age or grade. Depending on the age difference and the number of campers that week will also determine if we can honour this type of request. Requests are not guaranteed. We encourage people to arrange for both campers to request a cabin together to ensure that the feelings are mutual.