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Huronda Outdoor Centre

Camp Huronda Outdoor Centre

FACilities AND Features

During the fall and spring seasons, our program areas can engage up to 100 participants in a variety of activities at one time. For overnight programs, we have 15 cabins that can sleep up to 10 participants each, as well as 4 cottage-style cabins that can sleep 2-4 people each.

Our site facilities include:

  • Dining Hall: a large dining hall and meeting space with a full-service industrial kitchen
  • Rec. Hall: a large recreational hall with a full stage and a small adjacent classroom/lounge
  • Jamie’s Place: a large versatile meeting or recreation space suited for activities or a presentation with seating
  • Cabin Row: 15 cabins that comfortably sleep up to 10 people
  • Royal York: dorm-style housing with 8 rooms (2 participants each) and 2 shared washrooms and showers at the end of the hall
  • Cottages: 4 cottage-style cabins including a kitchen, shared living room, shared washroom, and individual rooms that sleep up to 2-4 people.
  • Lion’s Creative Centre: small meeting/breakout space that houses our art and pottery programs
  • Indoor flush toilets and shower houses with hot water
  • A two-levelled static course, a four-sided climbing tower, a giant swing, multiple high ropes elements, and a low ropes course
  • A  large waterfront with a beach, swimming area, kayaks, and canoes        
  • A large outdoor multi-purpose court, including basketball and tennis nets
  • Wireless internet and cell service

Where are we?

Camp Huronda is located at:
1252 South Waseosa Lake Rd.
Huntsville, ON
P1H 2N4


Directions can be found in the Outdoor Centre Information Guide at the bottom of this page.


Our Outdoor Centre Staff

Led by the Outdoor Centre Director, the Camp Huronda Outdoor Centre staff team is made up of dedicated and passionate individuals, many of whom attended Camp Huronda as participants themselves. With minimum requirements such as Standard First Aid with CPR-C and clear criminal background checks, our waterfront staff members are certified National Lifeguards and our climbing instructors certified Challenges Unlimited Ropes Course facilitators.

Not only are our staff members selected for their qualifications, but also for their enthusiasm, experience in all camp programs, and commitment to the values of Camp Huronda.

Food Service

The Food Service team at Camp Huronda is experienced at providing planned, nutritious meals and snacks and works closely with a team of registered dietitians during the summer season. Our Food Service team works hard to accommodate the dietary needs of our participants. As part of the booking process, a form will be completed to communicate any allergies, dietary preferences, and food sensitivities, so we can best accommodate the group.  Our Food Service team has experience working with the following dietary accommodations: vegetarian, vegan, lactose-free, gluten-free and celiac, kosher, and halal.

Camp Huronda is a peanut, nut, and shellfish-sensitive facility. Any ingredients served from our facility will not contain nuts and shellfish. For any group who chooses to bring a bagged lunch or snacks, we ask you avoid bringing any food products that contain any of these ingredients. 



We are happy to customize our program to fit your needs and group. Upon booking with us, you have to option of picking specific programs and activities, or we will craft a schedule for you. The schedule is typically structured into multiple activity rotations, with each rotation group ranging from 10 to 15 participants. The ideal rotation is 1 to 1.5 hours in length, so there’s sufficient time for instruction and reviewing safety policies, and so each participant has plenty of opportunity to try that activity. 

If you have specific inquiries or wish to begin a booking, please send a message to the Outdoor Centre Director at and include the following:

  • Name of School, Organization, or Group
  • Dates
  • Size of Group
  • Contact Information 

For a complete list of programs and activity descriptions, please see the Camp Huronda Oudtoor Centre Information Guide, found below.  Some of our activities include:



  • Team-Building Initiatives
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • High Ropes Elements
  • Static Course


  • Fire Building
  • Archery
  • Axe Throwing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Land  Sports
  • Nature Hike


  • Canoeing
  • Kayaking
  • Swimming
  • Canoe Trips


  • Pottery
  • Art
  • Music
  • Drama
Camp Huronda Outdoor Centre Information Guide