Summer Overnight & Day Camp - Outdoor Centre - School
located in Huntsville, Ontario - 705.789.5612

Tawingo

About the Tawingo Outdoor Centre

Tawingo Outdoor CentreFor over 40 years, the Camp Tawingo Outdoor Centre has provided the very best combination of safe, professional Outdoor Education and rewarding, wholesome Outdoor Recreation with trained, professional leadership in a beautiful Muskoka setting. Our extensive experience ensures that we can make the entire planning process EASY for teachers/group organizers and guide the trip along the path to SUCCESS.

The Camp Tawingo staff are pleased to deliver our favourite activities in a rich schedule designed to suit your needs or to custom-design and deliver unique program needs of your group. Our wide range of tested activities gives us plenty of flexibility for variables such as weather, age, group dynamics and camper skill.

Picture any of these highlights in your group's program schedule:
Group Initiative Games; Teambuilding and Leadership Exercises; Cooperative Game Events
Eco-Games; Instincts for Survival; Animals in Winter; Cycles; Pros and Cons; Take an Environmental Step
Camping Skills; Pioneer Cooking; Heritage Activities; Cook-outs; Orienteering; Canoe Trips
Mountain Hike; Bog Walks; Forest Ecology; Winter Microclimate Studies; Deer Ecology
Evening Social Recreation Campfires; Tawingo Stock Exchange; Night Hikes; Astronomy; Skit Nights
Motivational Talks; Leadership Training; Workshop Facilitation; Conference Planning
Land-Water Relays; Final Day Extravaganzas; Rocket Launches; Big Ball Volleyball
Swimming; Swim Instruction; Canoeing; Kayaking

Now add anything else you might imagine and would like to add to these activities!!!

Tawingo Outdoor CentreEvery full program day provides opportunities in three parts of the day: Morning, Afternoon and Evening. Activities may be whole- or part-group in nature and may be adapted for short periods.

The Camp Tawingo Outdoor Centre offers full access to the following facilities:

  • Fully Serviced, Cabin-Style Accommodation
  • Main Lodge with Dining Room and Meeting Spaces
  • Separate Program Buildings for Indoor Activities
  • All Program Equipment provided for Regular Activities
  • Academic building (built of logs) with classrooms and large open spaces
  • Modern Kitchen and Food Service Facilities
  • 220 Acres of Beautifully Forested Canadian Shield
  • Full Land Sport and Waterfront Facilities
  • Administrative Offices with pre and post Visit Support