All facilities at Camp Wenonah meet and exceed the highest standards of the local Health and Fire Departments, and the Ontario Camps Association.
We offer a site and facility maintained in excellent condition and featuring highly-developed program areas.
Guests are accommodated in clean, well-ventilated cabins with bunk beds. Most cabins have a large picture window overlooking Clear Lake. Cabins are located close to private showers and flush toilets.
All cabins are all equipped with built in heaters for colder nights.
Wenonah has 20 cabins, and most cabins sleep up to 12 visitors.
Wenonah features two modern washroom facilities, located close to all cabins.
Each washroom facility includes flush toilets in private stalls. The sinks in the washrooms run hot and cold water, which has been purified in Wenonah’s water treatment facility. Each washroom building also features private showers (also with hot water).
The Lodge is often the centre of activity at Wenonah. Built in the mid-1960s, the Lodge is one of the original buildings on site. The timbers inside complement the large stone fireplace, and help give the Lodge a classic Canadian feel.
A large deck runs the length of the Lodge, overlooking Clear Lake. Often, one will find guests playing at the ping pong tables on the deck, or lounging with their friends in a cluster of Muskoka chairs.
The kitchen is attached to the dining area of the Main Lodge. You can often catch the smell of freshly baked bread and pastries wafting from the kitchen in the early morning, or look through the serving window to see the finishing touches being added to a delicious dinner.
Camp Wenonah’s fully equipped Health Centre underwent a significant expansion in 2007, and offers first class amenities. The Health Centre is used for massage services during a typical Women’s Weekend.
The Health Centre features: 8 bedrooms; 4 washrooms; 2 reception rooms; medical dispensary; wrap-around deck with a view of Clear Lake; and art by campers and other members of the Wenonah community.
Driftwood is a multi-room facility that is home to Wenonah’s creative programs. The building includes space for Arts & Crafts, Pottery, a large deck for outdoor programming, as well as office space. A media arts centre was built in Driftwood in 2012.
Driftwood features high ceilings in the Arts & Crafts area, which help create a spacious feel. The screened-in verandah is a popular spot on hot days to catch a breeze, and is also known for its views of Clear Lake in the distance.
Driftwood often hosts a variety of workshops during a Women’s Weekend.
Built in 2008, Barb’s Place gives Wenonah a modern, indoor space for classroom based instruction and activities. The building sits next to Driftwood (creative arts centre).
Barb’s Place is named in honour of long time Associate Director Barb Janicek. Barb is passionate about Wenonah’s leadership programs, and has been instrumental in the continuing evolution of each program.
The swim docks are located on Clear Lake, next to the Main Campfire and close to the centre of Camp. A diving board can be found off one end of the swim docks.
The swim docks also offer a picture perfect view of Clear Lake and Mickle Island. The docks are a popular spot for guests to read a favourite book or magazine and enjoy a coffee or glass of wine.
The Beach is located in a semi-private bay on Clear Lake. From the Beach, guests can wade into the fresh lake waters for a dip or swim on a sunny day. Wenonah’s fleet of kayaks are stored at the Beach as well.
Even at its deepest spot, the swim area at the Beach is only four feet deep. This makes the Beach a perfect spot for non-swimmers to feel comfortable in the water.
Two tennis courts are located in the Sportsfield. The tennis courts were built in 2006 at regulation size. Bleacher-style benches line one of the courts, and an umpire chair provides a view from above.
The Camp Archery Range is located along one of the cabin lines, and is just a short walk from the centre of Camp. Paths also lead to the Range from the Upper Deck (playing field) and Driftwood (creative arts centre).
The Archery Range features eight targets. Targets are staggered at various distances to allow both experienced and novice archers to develop their skills.
Built in 2012, and expanded in 2013, the “Wenonah Pines” mini golf course features 18 holes sure to challenge both amateurs mini golfers and seasoned pros!
Each hole is built to conform to the unique features of Wenonah’s site on the Canadian Shield. Holes are named in honour of long time Wenonah staff members who have contributed significantly to life at Camp.
This challenge course area is located in the Sportsfield. Both the climbing wall and vertical playground are approximately 32 feet high.
Two climbers can climb either element at a time. Climbers are encouraged to work together and help the each other reach the top.
The climbing wall has an overhang on one side for an added challenge. The vertical playground features cargo ladders, tires, and pegged wood that climbers use to reach the top.
Dotted throughout the property are five maintained campfire areas, used for a variety of programs.
Many students think about the songs, skits, and stunts that are shared at the various campfire areas, where some of the most memorable moments of a group’s trip are shared.
The Main Campfire, Boys Section Campfire, Girls Section Campfire, and Leadership Campfire all feature permanent seating, and are located in some of the most beautiful scenic areas that Wenonah’s site has to offer.
The Camp Office is located near the entrance to Camp. The Office is the centre of all administrative activity throughout our operating season. The Office receives all incoming phone calls, and also has high speed internet access.
The Camp Wenonah General Store is located directly next door to the Office. The General Store offers Wenonah clothing and souvenirs, and sundry items.
Beach Volleyball Court