YOU CHANGE THE LIVES OF KIDS
THROUGH THE GIFT OF CAMP
YOUR SUPPORT ENSURES FAMILIES THAT DON’T HAVE THE MEANS TO SEND THEIR KIDS TO CAMP GET THE CHANCE TO MAKE LIFE-LONG FRIENDS AND GROW IN CONFIDENCE AT MUSKOKA WOODS
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When you support the Muskoka Woods Youth Foundation, you’re guaranteeing kids who go to camp with us:
Attend a camp like no other
There simply isn’t another overnight summer camp in Ontario with as much prime lakefront on Lake Rosseau in beautiful Muskoka. The location is only matched by the facilities including a 6-lane waterslide, 1000ft zipline, huge inflatable waterpark, beautiful boat house and bespoke leadership studio.
Muskoka Woods features over 50 summer arts and athletics summer camp activities for kids and we’re always adding more. In addition to traditional summer camp activities we also feature a high ropes course, media arts and waterskiing and wakeboarding pulled by world class Nautique boats.
Are led by trustworthy staff
Muskoka Woods is led by a qualified and experienced full-time team. In addition to decades of experience at Muskoka Woods, many hold degrees in education, youth development and masters degrees in leadership. Our summer staff of 350 are the best and the brightest from around the world, allowing us to maintain a 2:4 staff:camper ratio. It’s one of the best overnight summer camp ratios in Ontario. Muskoka Woods believes in, and puts into practice world-class training and development for our staff, year round.
Grow their circle of friends
Kids who attend camp through the Muskoka Woods Youth Foundation are integrated into cabins with other guests. During the week they make new friends and in doing so grow their network for life. Many of our guests tell us that the friends they made at Muskoka Woods go on to be in their wedding parties, tell them about an opportunity for their first great job and are better prepared for life.
Thank you to the sponsors of the 2023 Muskoka WoOds Youth Foundation Golf Tournament.
Together, you have helped send hundreds of kids to the life changing experience of Summer Camp!
Hear about the impact Muskoka Woods Summer Camp has on deserving youth who – if not for gifts from people just like you – would not be able to attend.
Why support sending kids to Summer Camp?
Summer Camp at Muskoka Woods has a way of transforming the lives of young people. And it doesn’t happen by accident. Awaiting every kid who comes to camp is an experience that will last a lifetime. With over 50 activities to experience, kids learn new skills that allow them to see an even better version of themselves. Muskoka Woods’ handpicks counselors from around the globe to build into the lives of young people.
“I’ve become a totally different person since attending Muskoka Woods. I never knew the potential I have or how strong I really am.”
What’s the cost when kids don’t come to Muskoka Woods?
The Muskoka Woods Youth Foundation is unique in the way it serves kids. Often summer camps are attended entirely by kids whose families paid for them to be there or there are camps where all the children attending have been sponsored. You can imagine the difference between the two.
The kids that come to Muskoka Woods, thanks to your gifts, are experiencing one of the best camps in Ontario, and no one knows that they were sponsored. They are part of the cabin, there is no label and there is no presumption from the other kids. Think of what that does for their confidence! Every kid should get a chance to go to summer camp, help us send them to the one where we know they’ll make lifelong friends, grow in confidence and become an even better version of themselves.
Stories from MWYF
Imagine a man, whose life is a tapestry woven with uncertainty and scarcity. For him, every day is a struggle, with each meal being uncertain and every moment of security feeling like a luxury. In his eyes, we can see weariness and a quiet acceptance of a life where scarcity is the norm.