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Dear Unicampers,

We are continuing to take reservations for July 10th and beyond. Please ensure you make note of your preferred beach and swim times when you register. A staff member will contact you at least a week before your arrival date with information about the updated Camp Conduct Agreement. If the Unicamp Covid-19 closure is re-instated, all campers who have made reservations will be contacted. 

For all questions, e-mail bookings@unicampofontario.ca.

Yvette Salinas -Executive Director, Unicamp of Ontario



August (and Beyond) Pricing

Fee Type2020 Price
AccommodationsPrice per Night
Regular Site$31.20
Hydro Site$38.00
Group Site$84.00
Per Additional Camper on Campsite$6.00
Dorms - NO RESERVATIONS 2020

Dorm - Twin Bunk
Dorm - Double Bunk
Dorm - Exclusive Use (all twin)
Dorm - Exclusive Use (includes double)
Cottages
COTTAGES - Single Space N/A in 2020

Cottage- Exclusive Use (Room in Nellie's or Rosie's) N/A in 2020

Cottage - Exclusive Use (Nellie's)$240.00
Cottage - Exclusive Use (Rosie's)$200.00
Cottage - Exclusive Use (Tom's A or B)$144.00
Accessible Cottage - Per Camper$48.00
Day Passes$10 for adults, $5 for kids
Seasonal Day Passes: Individual$25.00
Seasonal Day Passes: Family$75.00t



Camping Guidelines - Covid-19 (Updated August 1st)

  • Campers are asked to maintain a 2m distance from all those on-site outside of their close social contact bubble.
  • Campers are to use only their assigned bathroom while at Unicamp
  • Campers are only to use the beach and pond during their assigned beach time or during open beach time in accordance with maximum beach capacity (see beach sign up sheet at the office for details) 
  • Shared beach equipment including toys and water craft (canoes) are not available for use.
  • Campers may bring their own toys, boats, and lifejackets and remove these from the beach after their swim time is over.
  • Play equipment including the playground is closed
  • Showers marked open are available for use, some showers remain closed
  • Indoor gathering spaces (the Dining Hall and Program Centre) are closed
  • Campers are asked not to move communal tables and campfire benches without first asking permission from the staff. These have been placed at measured distances to meet current public health directives and to allow for adequate spacing
  • The communal fire pit may be used as long as distancing is maintained between close social contact bubbles
  • The ice pack freezers will be on and available for use, wash hands with soap and water or use the hand sanitizer provided prior to touching the freezer or ice packs.
  • Campers may not visit camp if they have traveled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, have been in close contact with a confirmed or presumptive case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days, and/or if they have experienced any unexplained COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days including fever, cough, runny nose sore throat, or shortness of breath

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About Unicamp:

Unicamp is a Unitarian Universalist camp that is committed to providing a safe and welcoming seasonal camp and spiritual retreat to our diverse community. Our programs and activities are designed to grow awareness and practice of our UU values in which our camp is rooted. These values include the understanding of the importance of each person, the quest for kindness in all we do, and the freedom to learn together and search for what is true. We affirm that all people need a voice, we work to build a fair and peaceful world, and we care for our sacred earth with awareness to the interconnectedness of all existence.  

Located in Dufferin County, just north of Shelburne, Ontario, Unicamp is within the UNESCO Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. It include 50 beautiful, peaceful acres of meadows, coniferous and deciduous forests, marshes, streams, and two beaches on a 2.5-acre spring-fed pond that is safe for swimming. This is a magical place to relax, explore, and reconnect with self, community, and nature.

Unicamp's high quality UU values-based programs and activities are designed to enable this community to demonstrate a respect for our natural assets, for each other, and for the interdependent web of creation. Central to this programming is Unicamp's mandate to organize, operate, and maintain camps with related services for children; we also provide and maintain facilities for programs, seminars, leadership conferences, and workshops for a variety of ages.
Cottages and Dorms:

New this year, we will be prioritize booking Cottages and most Dorms for Exclusive Use during our first period of Registration in order to allow bigger groups such as families first opportunities to book a space together. If you would prefer to reserve a single space in either a cottage or dorm, please e-mail bookings@unicampofontario.ca.