Individual Camp

2015 Applications will be available to download here, as of Monday, January 5, 2015.

***LAST UPDATED: April 21, 2015 – 8:45am***

Note: under Availability, #G = # of girl spots remaining, #B = # of boy spots remaining. If there is a “0″ in front of either the G or B and it appears in red, then there are no more spaces available for that gender. If all girl and boy spots are filled, it will read ‘FULL’ in red.

CAMP SESSION AGE LENGTH COST DATES CODE AVAILABILITY
Merrywood Explorers 8-12 10 days $2,000 June 28-July 8 ME1  0G/1B
Merrywood Explorers 8-12 10 days $2,000 July 12-July 22 ME2  1G/0B
Merrywood Explorers 8-12 10 days $2,000 July 26-Aug 5 ME3  FULL
Woodeden Explorers 8-12 10 days $2,000 June 28-July 8 WE1  4G / 4B
Woodeden Explorers 8-12 10 days $2,000 July 12-July 22 WE2  3G / 0B
Merrywood Pathfinders 13-18 10 days $2,000 June 28-July 8 MP1   0G/1B
Merrywood Pathfinders 13-18 10 days $2,000 July 12-July 22 MP2  1G/0B
Merrywood Pathfinders 13-18 10 days $2,000 July 26-Aug 5 MP3  FULL
Woodeden Pathfinders 13-18 10 days $2,000 June 28-July 8 WP1  4G / 4B
Woodeden Pathfinders 13-18 10 days $2,000 July 12-July 22 WP2  3G / 0B
  • A 10-day overnight program at fully accessible camp for children and youth between the ages of 8 – 18 years (as of July 1st of the program year)
  • A camper to staff ratio of 1:2 to ensure that your child is well looked after
  • Specially trained Easter Seals camp staff facilitate summer camp programs for children and youth at two fully accessible overnight camps in Ontario.
  • A well-equipped health facility that is staffed by registered nurses
  • Flexibility: campers choose the activities they want to participate in, so they can try everything or focus on their favourite activities
  • A wide range of programs including: swimming, sports & games, archery, arts and crafts, life skills, environmental studies, leadership skills, overnight trips, sailing, camp fires and much, much more.
  • Campers under the age of 19 years as of July 1 (of the camping year) and who are not a Crown Ward, are eligible to receive funding from Easter Seals Ontario. Families are asked to pay what they can, with a minimum payment of $150. The remainder will be funded by our generous donors.Pathfinders 2013Explorers 2013

Special programs are offered at each camp:

Easter Seals Camp Merrywood – canoeing, kayaking, extended out-trips, sailing
Easter Seals Camp Woodeden – sledge hockey, wheelchair basketball, rock climbing and a fully accessible high ropes course

Eligibility:

  • Between the ages of 8-18 years as of July 1 (of the program year)
  • Registered with Easter Seals Ontario (Please note that the Incontinence Supplies Grant Program is a separate registry)
  • Meet the criteria for participation in Easter Seals residential camps (please see our “General Information / FAQ” page for more information).

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A Typical day

Time Activity
8:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am Activity Period #1
10:00 am Juice Break
10:15 am Activity Period #2
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Hang Time
2:45 pm Activity Period #3
3:45 pm Juice Break
4:30 pm Activity Period #4
5:00 pm Dinner
7:00 pm Evening Activity
8:00 pm Campfire
8:30 pm Snack & Bedtime for younger campers
8:45 pm Senior Evening Program
10:00 pm Bedtime

For more information, contact the Easter Seals Recreation Co-ordinator at 416.421.8377 or 1.800.668.6252 ext. 325 or camp@easterseals.org.

Please note:
Paddling 2013Easter Seals camps are thrilled to offer exciting non-traditional camp programs. Please be aware however, that for safety reasons, specific criteria exists for participation in: out-trips and high ropes activities. Not all campers are well-suited for these activities.

Applications

Download 2015 Camp Applications here.