Campers are expected to obey the Camp’s rules to ensure the safety of themselves and others.
KETTLEBY VALLEY CAMP HISTORY Our Summer Camp history began in the late 1950’s, when a teacher in Richmond Hill by the name of Bill Babcock had a passion for adventure camps and the positive affect it can have on youth. Bill and his wife Jean…
Safety is a priority for our day camps. Kettleby Valley is an accredited member of the Ontario Camps Association.
This includes discrimination, exclusion, or any form of communication that might reasonably make someone feel uncomfortable.
Under no circumstances shall a Camper strike, push, or otherwise attempt to physically harm anyone.
Our Leader-in-Training program is a summer camp program for teens who have just completed grade 9.
Kettleby Valley has offered integrated opportunities for campers with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Down Syndrome, and other special needs.
Our residential program offers campers the opportunity to develop their interpersonal skills in a positive learning environment.
Set on 60 beautiful acres of rolling hills, forests and waterfront. We have been providing outdoor education programs for over 20 years.
Our approach to day camp is to support each campers’ need, while giving them the room to develop a healthy sense of independence.