- C$395 for one week of residential summer camp for a girl age 7–16 (C$995 value)
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On the first Thursday night of each session at Camp Nokomis, each cabin gets up to perform for the whole camp at the much-anticipated Nokomis Live, a night that gives campers a feeling of community and fellowship. At Camp Nokomis, the staff tries hard to impart this feeling to campers—and it must be working, as 90% of the staff were once campers themselves.
Campers, age 7–16, sleep in cozy cabins furnished with bunk beds, and the bathrooms are equipped with modern conveniences such as flush toilets and hot water. The kitchen provides three wholesome meals per day, while the staff nurse keeps tabs on kids' health.
Every day, kids participate with their cabin mates in group activities, whether that means team sports, individual endeavors, or just splashing around in the water. They might battle another cabin at basketball or paddle around Belwood Lake in a canoe. They may also fish, play soccer, or create souvenirs in arts and crafts sessions.
The entire camp eats meals at the same time, and after dinner, every one comes together for Evening Program, which might include a murder mystery game, capture the flag, or songs around the campfire. Every Sunday morning, campers gather at Chapel Hill for a nondenominational talk centered on personal growth, soundtracked by popular music.