I loved summer camp as a child. It was a time to spread my wings and test the waters of independence. I could try new activities that I hadn’t had the opportunity to try before, and I made some incredible friendships too. I attended a Christian camp and that was a great experience because it helped me to identify with other young Christians.

Muskoka Woods is a co-ed summer camp located in the Muskokas that has been operating since 1979 for kids aged 7-17. It started as a family business by a husband and wife who wanted to create a place where children could have first time experiences that were fun. They believed that wholesome environments and fun experiences were the best way to demonstrate their love for God and service to families.

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Muskoka Woods is situated on Lake Rouseau and aside from beautiful beaches, it has cabins, dining halls, meeting rooms, a Leadership Studio, a concert hall, guest lounge and boathouse. They also have tennis courts, two beach volleyball courts, a 15,000-square- foot indoor gym, 50-foot climbing wall, an 80,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor action sports park, dedicated gymnastics facility, the largest and highest ropes course in Canada, three playing fields and a golf training centre with driving range, putting green, and chipping green.

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There is no shortage of activities at Muskoka Woods, and you may be surprised by what they have to offer. I loved summer camp as a kid and enjoyed horseback riding, swimming, biking, rock climbing and so many more traditional camp activities. You will find these types of fun at Muskoka Woods, but also things like cake decorating, fine arts, culinary and photography. This is an experience of a lifetime!

Guests at Muskoka Woods stay in clean, fully-enclosed cabins with bunk bed-style sleeping arrangements. The 7-9 year olds stay in cabins with up to 10 kids and two counselors. The 10-11 year olds also stay in cabins with up to 10 kids and two counselors, and the 12-17 year olds stay in cabins with 11 guests and one counselor. The oldest kids’ cabins typically include washrooms and showers, while the others are located a short distance from the washroom facilities.

Muskoka Woods also offers great food! Meals are served buffet-style three times a day, with additional snack times. Their buffet offers a variety of options including vegetarian meals, and they accommodate any special dietary needs. You can look at a sample menu here.

You can register your child for camp here: https://secure.muskokawoods.com/currentcamp/reg.cfm

Disclosure – I am participating in the Muskoka Woods Blogger Campaign by Mom Central Canada. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing myhonest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.

Sheri

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Sheri McDonald is an adventurous lifestyle blogger who has been parenting for 24 years and sharing her life online for over six years. You can find her discovering the world along with her children when she's not at home enjoying a good book.
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