Meals At Wenonah

Camp Wenonah Food ServiceThe food at a Women’s Weekend is second to none!

Under the direction of award-winning Executive Chef Brad Laidlaw and his food service team, three homestyle meals and snacks are prepared each day. Each meal is made onsite with the freshest of ingredients. Our food service staff provide an amazing array of desserts, breads, pastries and more! For those that require special diets or have food allergies, an alternative menu is prepared to ensure that no one goes hungry during their stay with us.

Our food service staff provide a vegetarian menu option for visitors. Please note that we require advance notice (at least two weeks) of specific dietary requirements and can only accommodate dietary needs based on medical needs and allergies, religious beliefs and well-established/long standing lifestyle choices. We’re sorry, but we can’t accommodate for individual taste and food preference.

A wide selection of coffees and teas are available all weekend long for your enjoyment.

Brad Laidlaw (Executive Chef)

Camp Wenonah Executive Chef Brad LaidlawBrad boasts a remarkable resume, and we are proud that he will be serving us great meals throughout the season at Camp. Brad has an extensive background in fine dining, and brings over 15 years of experience in the food service industry to Wenonah.

Brad began his career as an apprentice at prestigious Glen Abbey Golf Club (Oakville, ON). At Glen Abbey, he rose to the position of Sous Chef. From there, Brad worked in the kitchen at Chateau Lake Louise (Alberta), Windermere House (Muskoka, ON), and Blue Moutain Ski Club (Collingwood, ON). Brad also served as the Executive Chef at Georgian Peaks Ski Club (Thornbury, ON). Brad is a recipient of Ski Canada’s award for the country’s best fine dining.



Nut Policy

Our Summer Camp and Outdoor Education Centre programs have been designated as “nut aware.” Each year, registrations indicate that there are a number of children, guests, and staff members attending Wenonah who have life-threatening nut allergies. In no way do we want to compromise their personal safety during their stay with us. Our menus are created with this in mind.

Please assist us by NOT bringing any nuts, nut products, or any products that may contain nuts to Wenonah. This includes any item from bulk food that does not come pre-sealed. It is important to read labels carefully for ingredients, although most products that are unsafe will contain warnings on the nutrition label. Together, we can ensure that Wenonah is a safe environment for everyone!