About Camp Wabikon

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Located in Temagami Ontario, Camp Wabikon sits on the southern tip of Temagami Island on beautiful Lake Temagami, about 250 miles north of Toronto. The area is renowned for its crystal clear waters, old growth pine forests and fantastic shoreline dotted by over 1300 islands, making Wabikon without a doubt one of the finest camp locations in the province of Ontario.



Dining Hall

Proudly hanging in the Wabikon Dining Hall are over 45 flags from around the world. Each flag represents a country from which a Camper, CIT or Staff member has traveled to enjoy the unrivalled experience of summer camp in Temagami. With a large porch overlooking the lake, the Dining Hall sits the entire camp 3 times daily for meals and may also be used for indoor activities and events. Each cabin group has its own table hosted by two counsellors and campers enjoy well balanced meals in a fun and nurturing environment.


At Wabikon, campers live in large wooden cabins which sleep 8 to 10 campers and 2 staff members. The camp is divided into sections with the girls’ cabins on one side of camp and the boys’ cabins on the other. Cabins for our younger campers are located near the centre of camp, very close to shower and washroom facilities as well the large Dining and Recreation Hall and the Medical Lodge. Each section has washroom facilities close by which are equipped with electricity, individual shower stalls and flush toilets. All campers have Counsellors’ accommodation within the cabin. The Tuck Shop is open on alternate evenings for campers who wish to purchase snacks and such items as batteries, stamps, camp clothing and toiletries. Tuck Shop purchases are carefully monitored.

Med Shed

A medical doctor or qualified nurse is always in attendance at the Medical Lodge and Wabikon staff are highly trained in first aid procedures. Wabikon has easy access to fully equipped medical centres in both New Liskeard and North Bay. The Medical Lodge or “Med Shed”, with 24-hour nursing supervision, is a comfortable retreat for campers who may need time away from the regular program.


Camp Wabikon offers a full range of both land and water based activities which are carefully monitored and instructed by our qualified Staff. Each day campers have the opportunity to ‘sign up’ and make their own activity choices for the following day. This allows campers to try new things, develop skills in a variety of areas, or focus on a few specific areas, all the while challenging themselves at their own pace. Activities include:
Arts & Crafts
Beach Volley­ball
Camp Craft
Mountain Biking
Speed Stacking
Stand Up Paddle­boarding



In-Camp Programs

In addition to Wabikon’s full range of daily activities, our program also includes various dramatic and theme based programs mixed in throughout the session. These programs may be afternoon, evening or all day programs and organized as cabin, section or all-camp events. They are a great way to break up the daily routine with some creative, age-appropriate fun and provide an excellent opportunity for teamwork and team play.

Canoe Tripping

All campers are encouraged to participate in a short trip with their cabin-mates. The length of trip is governed by the campers’ age and ability. All Wabikon trips are staffed with qualified and experienced adult trippers and are programmed to be fun, challenging and educational. Wabikon has a large number of modern and well-maintained canoes.

Map & Directions

Whether you are delivering or picking up a camper, or simply wish to visit, Wabikon welcomes you. Please make sure you have contacted the Wabikon office at camp in advance to ensure timing is appropriate and to make the necessary arrangements. A map and directions to our site are below. We look forward to your visit.

From North Bay

  • Continue North on Hwy 11 towards New Liskeard/Timmins. (Not Sudbury)
  • Approximately 6km BEFORE the town of Temagami, exit Hwy 11 onto the Lake Temagami Access Road.
  • Follow this 18km road all the way to end. There are two boat landing areas; Wabikon uses the Mine Landing on the left.
  • From the Mine Landing Wabikon is a very short boat ride away (approx. 5 minutes) Please contact Wabikon for assistance arranging boat transportation. Note: There is no cell service at the landing. You will need to contact Wabikon BEFORE you exit Hwy 11 to arrange water transportation.

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