ANNUAL POST CAMP FOR FAMILIES & ADULTS

Canoe DockThis is an opportunity for a unique experience!

The Northway peninsula has no telephone and no electricity. We will cook your meals on a wood-burning stove. You will sail, paddle, swim and bathe in beautiful Cache Lake, inside Algonquin Provincial Park.

DATES:

Tuesday, August 19th to Monday, August 25th, 2014

FEES:

2 NIGHT PACKAGE 4 NIGHT PACKAGE 6 NIGHT PACKAGE
$160pp
Children 13—16: $80pp
Children under 13—free
$300pp
Children 13—16: $150pp
Children under 13—free
$420pp
Children 13—16: $210pp
Children under 13—free
  • Aug 19, 20
  • Aug 21, 22
  • Aug 23, 24
  • Aug 19, 20, 21, 22
  • Aug 21, 22, 23, 24
  • Aug 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24

A 13% sales tax will be added to the fees. Payment is due upon arrival.

Fees include three meals a day, use of Northway facilities and accommodation.

If you attend Post Camp and you have a child or children at Northway-Wendigo (camper or staff), they attend Post Camp free with you.

Please Note: Camp Northway is not a peanut-free camp.

PARK PERMITS:

Please stop at the Algonquin Park West or East Gate to obtain necessary parking permits.

ACCOMMODATION:

Each family, group or individual will be lodged in one of Northway's large platform tents. Cots, mattresses and cedar chests are provided. Campers are responsible for bringing their own sleeping bag, bedding, flashlights and alcoholic beverages if desired.

SUPERVISION:

Activities are not supervised. This is your chance to be at Northway on your own. Parents are responsible for their own children.

ACTIVITIES:

Planned activities are determined by the interests of the group. They include such things as day trips to Algonquin's Visitor Centre and hiking trails.

PETS:

Sorry, no pets.

LIABILITY:

Northway Lodge Ltd. assumes no liability with regard to any loss, damage or injury incurred by anyone attending Post Camp.

RESERVATIONS:

In order to reserve space, send a deposit of $125 payable to Camp Northway and the Post Camp 2014 Application (PDF format only).

Camp Northway for girls (ages 7-16) offers a traditional program based on our wilderness setting, of swimming, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, arts and crafts, and dramatics.Camp Wendigo for boys (ages 12-16) is essentially a canoe-tripping outpost, offering supervised canoe trips throughout Algonquin Park's 3000 square miles of protected wilderness.ANNUAL POST CAMP FOR FAMILIES & ADULTS
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