OVERNIGHT CAMP

Located in the heart of Point Pelee National Park, Camp Henry offers 4 and 5 night overnight camp experience for campers 5-16.  From getting up early to swim in the lake, singing camp songs around the fire, making new friends in the mess hall, and going on nature adventures - there’s never a dull moment at Camp Henry. Central to our program philosophy is the belief that spending time and having fun in an outdoor community creates an environment that allows participants to develop our five core values: Respect, Responsibility, Caring, Honesty, and Inclusiveness.

Online Registration for all 2022 summer programs opens Monday, February 28th at 9am.

2022 Overnight Camp Sessions

Age

(by Dec 31, 2022)

Dates

YMCA Member Rates

(tax not included)

Non Member Rate

(tax not included)

4 Night

Chickadees 1

5-12

July 4-8

$550

$600

Chickadees 2

5-12

August 1-5

$550

$600

5 Night

Session 1

6-13

July 10-15

$680

$750

Session 2

6-13

July 17-22

$680

$750

Session 3

6-13

July 24-29

$680

$750

Session 4

6-13

August 7-12

$680

$750

Session 5

6-13

August 14-19

$680

$750

Leadership

Leadership Session 1

14-16

July 10-15

$680

$750

Leadership Session 3

14-16

July 24-29

$680

$750


Sessions (5 Nights)
Ages 6 - 13
Throughout the week, campers participate in many activities with their cabin mates allowing for time to establish strong friendships and try all of our programs. Campers also have the opportunity to learn skills in activities of their choice. If your camper is interested in trying out canoeing for the first time with friends but is really hoping to spend more time perfecting their archery skills, this is an ideal set up!

Chickadees (4 Nights)
Ages 5 - 12
Perfect for first-time campers! This condensed program is very similar to our traditional sessions and campers have the same opportunities and activities throughout their stay. 

Leadership Programs (5 Nights)
Ages 14 – 16
This program offers the same activities as our other programs, but with a focus on leadership development both within peer groups and the camp community as a whole. Participants have the opportunity to be part of programs and learn to lead and mentor younger campers.