Kettleby Valley offers a traditional overnight camp that is close to home. We don’t believe that you have to put three hours between you and your children to have a meaningful summer camp experience. During our Overnight Camp sessions, friendships are deepened and a greater level of independence is developed within the Camper.
Campers who have completed grade 3 by the summer are eligible for our overnight camp program. Campers who are younger than grade 3 can take part in our traditional day camp program.
There are eight week-long Overnight sessions offered throughout the summer, most of which begin on Sunday afternoon and ending on Friday afternoon. The 6-day and 5-night program is a great introduction (for both Campers and their parents) to the concept of being away from home for an extended period of time. For the 2023 camp season, we will also be offering two 5-day and 4 night sessions the first beginning on Monday, July 3rd and ending on Friday, July 7th and the second beginning on Monday, August 7th and ending on Friday, August 11th. Finally, for campers looking for and extended experience we also offering two 2-week sessions throughout the summer.
In addition to daily swims in one of our two heated pools overnight campers are able to choose their daily activities from: Archery, Arts & Crafts, Bouldering, Camp Craft, Canoeing, Climbing Wall, Cooperative Games, Gaga Ball, High Ropes, Leather Craft, Low Ropes, Nature, Paintball and Pottery
Kettleby Valley has an outstanding ratio, with one staff member to every four campers to ensure that the individual needs of each camper are met. You can register for our overnight camp program here.
We are committed to providing each camper and their family with a quality summer camp experience as outlined on our website, our Parent’s Handbook and other camp literature. It must be understood that camp is part of a community made up of parents, campers, and staff and there are requirements asked of each of these parties. These requirements must be met in order to maintain the safety and satisfaction of everyone involved.
Those who wish to put their needs above the needs and safety of others within our community are not welcome. Verbal abuse, operating a vehicle in an unsafe manner while on camp property, requesting exemptions to camp rules, making demands that are outside of the services outlined in our literature, and general behaviour that prevents us from serving others within our community cannot be permitted to occur.
We are eager to hear from you if you feel that we are not living up to the services that we have agreed to provide. We will make every effort to correct mistakes that are made. However, this process cannot jeopardize the safety of others. We reserve the right to terminate our services and future services at any time.