Our Stunning Muskoka Home
The main Camp area is comprised of one hundred acres of spectacular forests, including twenty-four acres of pristine untouched wilderness, set in the heart of the rugged Muskoka woods. Beyond Camp lie thousands of acres of Crown Land that provide us with tremendous opportunities for exploration in a private outdoor setting.
Our Muskoka facility is located two hours north of Toronto, just 25 minutes from the town of Bracebridge, Ontario.
We offer a site and facility maintained in excellent condition and featuring highly-developed program areas. All facilities at Wenonah meet and exceed the highest standards of the local Health and Fire Departments, and the Ontario Camps Association.
Campers live in cabins while ROOTS, POLARIS, and WCIT participants make their home in tabins. All cabins and tabins are a short walk from either a central male or female washroom and shower house. All gender washrooms are also available. Washroom facilities feature flush toilets, private showers, and multiple sinks.
Our traditional wooden cabins house can accommodate 10 to 14 campers and two staff members. All cabins feature bunk beds. Mattresses are provided in the cabins. With safety always top of mind, each cabin is equipped with smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, indoor/outdoor lighting and electrical outlets. Campers should bring their own sleeping bags and pillows.
Our recently renovated multi-season raised platform canvas tabins house betwen 6 – 8 participants, and feature bunk and single beds in each structure. Each tabin is set up with smoke detectors and fire extinguishers, and there exterior lights throughout our ROOTS, POLARIS, and WCIT Villages. The privacy of our Villages participants to enjoy a classic camping experience while remaining close to private washrooms and shower facilities. ROOTS, POLARIS, and WCIT participants should bring their own sleeping bags and pillows.
The Health Centre features 8 bedrooms, 4 washrooms, 2 reception rooms, a medical dispensary, laundry facilities, a wrap-around deck with a view of Clear Lake; and art on display was created by campers and other members of the Wenonah community.
The Health Centre is a magnificent space to look after the needs campers during the Summer. Two nurses live in the Health Centre 24 hours a day, and have an extensive and modern facility at their disposal to help them ensure the health and safety of everyone.