"BACK!" in 2021
There is no doubt about it! For the past two months we've missed our campers as much as they've missed being with their friends at Camp Maple Leaf. We're thrilled that so many of our campers took advantage of our Camp @ Home program to help get through the summer - but it just isn't camp! So, our focus is firmly fixed on getting back to Camp next summer.
Many of our camper's families simply kept their 2020 deposit in place to ensure their registration at Camp for 2021. But there is still plenty of space and we will be starting to accept online applications for the 2021 summer season beginning November 15th. To apply, simply clicking on the APPLY TO CAMP clipboard on any page of our website after that. And if you have any questions you can call the Camp Maple Leaf office at 905-338-5200 or send us an email at email@example.com
In the meantime, please keep checking our website, our Facebook page and Twitter feeds for further updates.
Kim Smith (Barbosa) April Young (Calypso)
Executive Director Camp Director
Camp Maple Leaf Camp Maple Leaf
Camp Maple Leaf is a not-for-profit, sleepover camp for children of Canadian Military Families and children living with unique challenges. CML crams a whole lot of fun, friendship, learning and adventure into six jam-packed days! We offer 12 traditional camp activity areas taking full advantage of our beautiful island site. From Swimming, Canoeing and Fishing to Sports, Arts & Crafts and Camping Skills, we challenge all campers to push their own personal limits. There is rarely a staff member not in costume or a cabin of campers not cheering in the Lodge at our delicious family style meals.
As the sun goes down, evenings define "camp magic" as campers engage in all-camp games, take the stage during our weekly Broadway style show and dress up for our closing-night Banquet. Every night the whole camp ends another “best day ever” by gathering around the campfire in love, support and song.
Camp Maple Leaf is proud of the rich history and tradition of our founding fathers, the Canadian Council of War Veterans who started Camp Maple Leaf in 1955. We honour our Canadian Heroes by raising our flag to "Oh Canada" every morning beside the Veterans Memorial and the lowering of it together every night.
"Thanks for the day campers!"