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Experience the Extraordinary

The Camp Kahuna Sleep Away Camp combines traditional camp activities like swimming, fishing, cooperative games, camp wide themed events with the extraordinary. We have had visits from international recognized BMX Bike  Stunt Teams, rock bands like the Spoons, Kings and Glass Tiger, Olympic medal winners, magicians, animal experts and athletes like Pinball Clemons. Every year we search for individuals who are can inspire and motivate our campers. We strive to exceed your expectations.

A Typical Kahuna Overnight Program

Every year we come up with different activities and invite different performers to entertain our campers. We provide unique experiences that are designed to provide an incredible camp experience that will be the highlight of the summer. Past performers have included: rock performers such as Alan Frew (Glass Tiger) Kenny McLean (Platinum Blonde), the Kings, Gord Deppe, TV personalities from the televsion shows Life with Boys and The Next Step, Pinball Clemons (Toronto Argonauts), One Movement Dance Company, BMX Bike Stunt Crew (The Crazy Crew). We even had laser tag last summer.

Every year we strive to create an incredible camp program because our goal is to provide the most unique and incredible camp experience for the children we serve. We will exceed your expectations.


Full week session – Sunday, August 12 to Friday, August 17, 2018

Half week session – Sunday, August 26 morning to Tuesday, August 28, 2018


The campers wake up at 7:30 and are off to the flag pole for morning announcements and the Thought of the Day.

8:00 am – Breakfast

After breakfast we offer three workshops that change each day. Past workshops have included visits from celebrities i.e. “Spinner” from Degrassi, Nathan Macleod, star of “Life With Boys”, Bubble Soccer, Magic Workshops, Sports Events, Juggling, Dance, Crafts, Sound Recording, Drama.

12 noon – Lunch

Our afternoon is filled with our big camp events.  We have had events like: The Amazing Race, The Zombie Mud Run, Search for Atlantic, Survivor, Hawaaian Luah…

Here is an example:

1:00 pm – Rest Period

2:00 pm – The Great Kahuna Carnival featuring jousting, an inflatable obstacle course, the Eliminator Obstacle Course, a rock wall, the Sports Dome and cotton candy

4:00 pm – Swimming, fishing, campfire cooking workshops.

5:00 pm – Dinner

6:00 pm – Preparation for evening activities

In the evening we have sit down presentations mixed with our dances, bands and campfire programs. Here is an example:

6:30 pm – Capture the Flag

7:00 pm – Camp Rock Band/Costume Ball

8:00 pm – The Hypnotist Show

9:00 pm – Campfire

10:00 pm – Lights Out

Camp Meals

We strive to give our campers incredibly delicious and nutritious meals. We buy our own food and it is cooked at camp. We have fresh fruit and vegetables at both lunch and dinners. Our breakfasts have been french toast, cereal, bacon and eggs, egg and cheese camp mcmuffins, and omelettes. We give our campers food they like, but that is nutritious. The kids eat in our mess hall for all meals. If there are specific allergies, we try our best to meet campers’ specific needs. All meals are nut free and we have vegetarian options as well as making accommodation for gluten free meals. We will have fruit/snacks available at supervised times during the day, in case a camper is hungry before a meal.

We Will Surpass Your Expectations
My staff and I will do everything possible to meet your expectations and surpass them. We provide an extraordinary camp program, an extremely dedicated staff, a camp nurse, excellent, nutritious food, daily camp emails, and a venue that is beautiful, safe and close to home.

We realize for some parents, it is a big step to let your children to go off on their own to camp for a week. We appreciate your trust and will ensure your children are well fed, cared for and safe. We go beyond what is expected to provide an amazing week of summer camp. Your child will return home with experiences and stories that will be shared for years. We look forward to seeing you at camp.