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Overnight accommodations available until October 11th!

Please note that both beaches will be clothing required from July 11th-30th and again between August 22nd-27th. The beaches will be closed for a portion of the day during those windows for children and youth program swim times.

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:  Because sharing accommodations could risk everyone's health, cottages and dorms are ONLY available for Exclusive Use this season. Only one side of each dorm will be available to reserve; larger family groups/bubbles that would like to reserve both sides (for up to 12 beds) will have to contact

Meals: We are hoping to have food service available for pick-up at the Dining Hall (no indoor dining) but are still working out the details. More information will be shared in the spring; anyone with reservations will automatically be informed when meals become available to add to your booking.

Deposit: We are asking for a 50% deposit when making reservations in the spring, with the remainder paid by June 1st as we have more accurate information about the upcoming season. All reservations will be contacted in May.

Cancellation Policy: Please contact the Camp Director or Customer Service Representative ( if you have circumstances beyond your control that will require you to cancel or reschedule your booking. If the reservation is cancelled, a 90% refund will be given when the cancellation is made at least 7 days in advance.
Reservations can be rescheduled for another date within the 2021 season without fee, especially when there are any health concerns.

Programming Schedule: Our tentative Family Camp schedule is as follows:

Sunday August 1st - Friday August 6th: Family Camp Week 1 (Traditionally KW Week) + Dog Friendly Week

Friday August 6th - Sunday August 8th: Dog Friendly Weekend

Sunday August 8th - Friday August 13th: Family Camp Week 2 (Traditionally Guelph Week)

Sunday August 15th - Friday August 20th: Family Camp Week 3 (Traditionally GTA Week)

Sun July 11 - Sat July 17 Kids Camp Week 1 only

Sun July 11 - Sat July 24 Kids Camp Week 1 and 2 only

Sun July 11 - Friday July 30 Kids Camp Week 1, 2 and 3 only

​Sun July 11 - Friday July 30 Youth Leadership Programs

Fri July 30 - Sun Aug 1 July Family Weekend

​July 30 - Aug 20 - Family Camp (Ongoing drop in activities and programming)

Fri July 30 - Mon Aug 2 - Nature Walk through Unicamp Janice Canning

July 31 - Labyrinth: The Journey - Helen Iacovino

Sun Aug 1 - Fri Aug 6 - Kim Alexander (Grown: Your Sexual Self) Adults only (age 16+)

Mon Aug 2 - Sun Aug 8 Dog Friendly Week+Weekend

Fri Aug 6 - Sun Aug 8 - Dance Workshop: (Functional Movement): Kathleen Rea

Aug 7, 14, 21 - Fairy Time with Pat Trudeau

Sun Aug 8 - Fri Aug 13 Eco Workshop: Nicole

Fri Aug 13 - Sun Aug 15 - Sacred Circle Dance - Barbara Herring

Fri Aug 20 - 22 The Power of Self Compassion: Non-Violent Communication with Aukje

Fri Aug 20 - 22 - Sound Healing Retreat The Magic of Music: Michael Moon

Fri Aug 20 - 23 Morning yoga with Artist-in-Residence Vivian Chong (Free, drop-in, limited spots available)

Sun Aug 22 - Fri Aug 27 Junior Youth Camp (Jouth)

Fri Aug 27 - Sun Aug 29 - Write and tell your personal story: Anne Bokma

Sun Aug 29 - Fri Sep 3 - Artist Retreat: Connecting with Nature (10th anniversary): Lauren Renzetti

Sat Sep 4: Seasonal Camper Mentorship Day

Fri Sep 17 - Sunday Sept 19 - Big Heart Dance Camp

Sat Sept 18 - Annual General Meeting (10:30 am)

Fri Sep 24 - Sun Sept 26 - Fall Work Weekend

Fri Oct 8 - Mon Oct 11 Thanksgiving Weekend (Dog Friendly)​

*programming subject to change due to Covid restrictions, etc. Confirm on

To enquire about Sliding Scale, please send an e-mail to

Full refund will be reimbursed in the case of cancellation due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Camperships are available to aid in the cost of accommodations, programming, and meals - General Campership form can be filled online here:

If you identify as a BIPOC, you may also request additional funding here:

For more information about our Camperships, please send an email to or for more information!

Dog Friendly Periods in 2021 are: August 1 - 8th and October 8 - 11th.

Price List 2021


Adult - All 3 Meals$32.00
Adult - Breakfast Only$10.00
Adult - Lunch Only$12.00
Adult - Dinner Only$14.00
Child 5-15 All 3 Meals$20.00
Child - Breakfast Only $6.00
Child - Lunch Only$7.00
Child - Dinner $9.00

Exclusive Use - All Twin$85.00
Exclusive Use - Includes Double$96.00

COTTAGE with kitchen
Cottage - Exclusive Use of Nellie's$200.00
Cottage - Exclusive Use of Rosie's$180.00
Cottage - Exclusive Use of Dave's (4 people)$200.00
Cottage - Exclusive Use of Tom's A or B$150.00
Accessible Cottage - Per Camper (when making Accommodation Request)$48.00
Hydro Site - cost per two adults$35.00
Regular Site - cost per two adults$30.00
add person age 12 & older$6.00
7 people or less$99.00
add person age 12 & older$6.00

Day PassPlanning Center
Cost per Family/Bubble
Cost per Individual


Individual Membership

Price for Campsites includes TWO campers ages 12 and older. Children younger than 12 are free.

Off-Season Pricing (20% off) applies from June 11th - June 25th and September 7th - October Thanksgiving Weekend

Camping Guidelines - Covid-19 (May Be Updated)

  • 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