Overnight Camp



A week at Camp Kanata is like no other week during the summer.

When kids are away from home and away from parents and everyday friends, they grow. New experiences, new friends and new challenges shape campers into confident, independent kids.

Campers, ages 6 - 15, gain confidence in themselves and who they are by making independent decisions about their day and activities.

Our camper-to-counselor ratio is 5:1, and campers develop strong bonds with their counselors. In turn, counselors help campers reach their goals.

Camp Kanata is intentionally rustic. From our wooden cabins and bunks to our no electronics policy, campers connect with each other in the real world – face-to-face and friend-to-friend – during activities, meals and evening cabin time.


Butterflies: Cabins 1-6
Angels: Cabins 16-18
Daisies: Cabins 25-28
Rangers: Cabins 9-13
Knights: Cabins 14-15
Spartans: Cabins 21-24

2023 Registration Dates:

A reminder email will be sent to you the morning of registration, but you do not need to wait for that email to register. 

Open Enrollment: Thursday, October 20 (Overnight Camp, Day Camp)

Extended Season: Thursday, November 10 (COAK, Mother Daughter, Elementary Weekend, etc.)

2023 Summer Camp Dates:

  • Week 1: (Pirate Week): June 11-17, 2023
  • Week 2: (Jungle Week): June 18-24, 2023
  • Week 3: (Beach Blast Week): June 25-July 1, 2023
  • Week 4: (Stars & Stripes Week): July 2-July 8, 2023
  • Week 5: (Super Hero Week): July 9-July 15, 2023
  • Week 6: (Christmas in July Week): July 16-July 22, 2023
  • Week 7: (Hollywood Week): July 23-July 29, 2023
  • Week 8: (Space Week): July 30-August 5, 2023
  • Week 9: (Blast From the Past Week): August 6- August 12, 2023


A note regarding Community Health:

A strong partnership between Camp and our families is and always has been of utmost importance in support of a camper’s experience at Kanata. Ensuring we have all the information needed on your camper is an essential part of finalizing the registration process.

There is always a chance that your child will need to leave Camp for unforeseen circumstances (illness, behavior issues, injury). To that end, we encourage parents to have an Emergency Contact who is designated as a Health Proxy: someone who can receive important information or make decisions about your camper in the event we are unable to get in touch directly with parents or guardians. This Emergency Contact or Health Proxy is also someone who, within 4-6 hours of receiving a phone call from Camp, would be able to pick your child up from Camp if needed.  As you complete the forms process for this summer, we appreciate your thoughtful consideration of whom your Health Proxy might be in the event it is needed.

If you have any questions, please call the Camp office.