Ingleside Ontario – The camp offers a traditional, overnight program for youngsters where they can test their independence, build lasting friendships and uphold values and morals through song and play. Since 1936, Kagama has been a warm, supportive community that encourages all to learn more about who they are, express their individuality, and grow in self-confidence.
Campers awake each morning to a beautiful scene on the banks of the St. Lawrence, seeing a field of trees and grass as they emerge from their cabin. With filled tummies, Campers and Counsellors challenge themselves and each other to play hard, create innovative crafts, build warm campfires, explore the water as they swim and canoe, learn about the nature that surrounds them and become a part of the family that is Camp Kagama.
There are camps for just boys, some for just girls, and some co-ed as well. Campers at regular sessions are aged 7 to 13. There is also a Leadership Camp for those 14 and older where Campers learn First Aid, participate in leadership training workshops and have the opportunity to achieve lifeguarding skills and certifications.
Camp Kagama’s Board of Directors is very excited to announce that registration for the 2017 season is open, and they are already seeing campers registering! The camp’s website is CampKagama.ca and has loads of information and videos to help parents and new Campers see what it’s like to be a part of the Camp Kagama Family. Jump into the adventure this summer and let friendship and laughter fill each day!
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