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Post on 17-Mar-2018
2505 Pioneer Road, Peterborough, Ontario (beside Trent University)
Please look over this guide to a successful experience at camp.
Winter Camps begin at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. each day. (Please arrive at 9:00am, and pick up your child between 4:00-4:15pm)
Pickup: If someone other then the parent/guardian is picking up a child, written authorization must be
provided in advance to the Camp Kawartha Staff.
Packing for your day
Lunch and Snacks (all nut-free) Refillable Water Bottle (a strap or belt
helps minimum litre)
Indoor shoes (optional) Sunscreen (optional) Backpack
Hat and Mitts Warm jacket, snow pants Warm water proof boots Rain gear A change of clothes (incl. extra socks) A sense of curiosity and adventure
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(Please leave ALL valuables at home)
Dress for Success
Please bring layers of clothing so as to adapt to the weather of the moment. We highly
recommend packing a second pair of items that are likely to get wet such as mitts and socks.
This program focuses on plenty of time outdoors please check the weather and be prepared.
The Centre does not receive garbage or recycling pick-up. We request that all participants pack
out their garbage. Better yet, encourage the children to bring a litterless lunch that produces no
*Please note we are a nut free facility, no nuts or products that may contain nuts should be
brought to the centre.*
Camp Kawartha Environment Centre
Main Office: 1010 Birchview Rd, Lakefield ON K0L 2H0 (705) 652-3860
Camper Behavior The Three Rs
It is our commitment to provide a rich and wonderful experience for all participants. To assist us in
offering the best experience we possibly can, please review our camper code of conduct with your
child. We want to create a safe and nurturing environment for everyone!
Generally these rules fall under what we refer to as the three Rs
Respect yourself. All participants are expected, in accordance with their age, to take appropriate
care of themselves (personal hygiene, dressing warmly and appropriately)
Respect the environment. Camp Kawarthas Environment Centre is located on Trent Universitys
Wildlife Sanctuary. We want youth to be stewards of this area for future generations.
Respect others. We expect all participants to treat one another, and our staff, with courtesy and
Please review the full Camper Code of Conduct online at (We reserve the right to dismiss a participant who does not comply with our Code of Conduct.)
In case of an emergency, you may contact the main Camp Kawartha office at 705-652-3860.
Please be aware that we do not have a receptionist at the Camp Kawartha Environment Centre.
If you need to talk to a staff member, please leave a message at 705-750-8699 and they will
return your call by the end of the day.http://www.campkawartha.ca/pdf/summer-camp/CamperCodeofConduct.pdf