Welcome to Camp Wabikon!

Camp Wabikon is an International, co-ed, residential summer camp for youth ages 6-17. In the Temagami community and Canadian Camping, Wabikon has been respected as one of Ontario’s leading summer camp opportunities for youth since 1944. Every year campers from around the world travel to Temagami to enjoy their summers in this unique and beautiful part of Ontario. Accredited by both the national and provincial camping associations, Wabikon families are assured of their children’s security and comfort in a fun, professional, caring, and well-managed environment.

Home Away From Home

Camp Wabikon is situated on Temagami Island on Lake Temagami – about 250 miles north of Toronto – and is without a doubt one of the finest camp locations in the province of Ontario. With over 3600 miles of Lake Temagami shoreline, 1200 islands and some of the most beautiful wilderness in the world, Wabikon campers share adventure and solitude as they explore the area’s majesty.

Activities & Programs

Camp Wabikon offers a full range of both land and water based activities which are carefully monitored and instructed by our qualified Staff. Our program also includes various dramatic and theme based programs mixed in throughout the session, as well as short canoe trips staffed with qualified and experienced adult trippers.
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1 month ago

Camp Wabikon

As the sun rises on a new day in Temagami, we acknowledge that these beautiful lakes and lands are the traditional territory of the Deep Water people and have been the homeland to Algonquins and Ojibways of Temagami First Nation since time immemorial.

The Teme Augama Anishnabai have documented 7000 years of occupation of their homeland, n’Daki Menan. This is long before the signing of the Robinson-Huron Treaty in 1850 and the creation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867 (a mere 154 years ago).

We are proud to be members of the Temagami community. We endeavour to learn about and respect our surroundings and our neighbours. Our Indigenous campers and their families are valued members of our international Wabi-Family.

Today will not be a day of celebration at camp. Today we wear orange to show our respect for Majority Indigenous Communities across the country who are experiencing incredible sorrow. We commit to using our privilege to listen to, learn from and be supportive of those in need, today and every day.

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As the sun rises on a new day in Temagami, we acknowledge that these beautiful lakes and lands are the traditional territory of the Deep Water people and have been the homeland to Algonquins and Ojibways of Temagami First Nation since time immemorial.

The Teme Augama Anishnabai have documented 7000 years of occupation of their homeland, n’Daki Menan. This is long before the signing of the Robinson-Huron Treaty in 1850 and the creation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867 (a mere 154 years ago).

We are proud to be members of the Temagami community. We endeavour to learn about and respect our surroundings and our neighbours. Our Indigenous campers and their families are valued members of our international Wabi-Family.

Today will not be a day of celebration at camp. Today we wear orange to show our respect for Majority Indigenous Communities across the country who are experiencing incredible sorrow. We commit to using our privilege to listen to, learn from and be supportive of those in need, today and every day. 

#everychildmatters 🧡

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Thank you . Very thoughtful. Wish we could be with you. As this is where my people lived yrs ago

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I went to Camp Wabikon when I was a child. Thank you for your respect and compassion.

4 months ago

Camp Wabikon

Tonight is the night!
Please join us on Youtube at 7:30pm to support Ontario Summer Camps.
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