Coming to Camp
Getting your camper ready is an important part of a positive camp experience. Please read our 2020 Overnight Camp Information Guide to ensure you and your camper are prepared! This guide includes information about packing, activities, communication with camp, safety information, arrivals and departures and much more!
Questions? Sending your child to camp can be a big step, especially if it's for the first time. Camp is an exciting and fun-filled place with new friends, spaces, adventures, and experiences. Here are answers to the top questions about camp, based on the Y’s 70 years of camping experience.
All of our counsellors have current First Aid, CPR, and YMCA Healthy Child Development training. During activities, staff carry first aid kits to ensure that bumps, scrapes and bruises can be taken care of immediately.
Camp Henry is a positive space where people of any background, belief, ability are welcomed and respected. Our staff are trained and experienced in providing high quality care for our campers and ensuring that the needs of each camper are met.
While camp offers opportunities for close friendships and new group skills, young people can react to these changes in many different ways. At Camp Henry it is our goal to provide a safe, comfortable and supportive environment for each camper.
Campers may go through a period of homesickness as they adjust to camp. Our camp staff know how to detect early symptoms of homesickness and receive training on how to help children feel comfortable.
Camp Henry Merchandise
We offer an array of merchandise ranging from t-shirts, long sleeves, water bottles, and hats. Merchandise will be available for purchase at our Open House and on arrival and departure days. Please note, we are only able to accept cash or cheque as payment.