$249 for One Night of Camping for a Family of Four from Saturday, April 21 to Sunday, April 22 at RKY Camp ($500 Value)

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$249 for One-Night Camping Trip for a Family of Four from Saturday, April 21 to Sunday, April 22 ($500 Value)

Departing from the YMCA of Kingston, a bus delivers all overnight guests to RKY Camp around 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 21, where they'll take up residence in spacious, semi-private cabins on scenic Eagle Lake. The charmingly rustic digs boast modern conveniences such as internet access and warm showers to soothe campers after hours spent hanging on the 28-foot climbing wall or navigating the lake in one of the camp's 20 kayaks. Cooks in the main lodge prepare two complimentary meals each day, and will accommodate any dietary preference in a kitchen free of peanuts, nuts, and shellfish. At the end of their wilderness excursion, campers depart at approximately 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 22, taking care to round up extensions to their clan, such as family dogs, who camp for free, or additional human companions who may be added for a discounted fee of $62.50 per guest.

RKY Camp

A nonprofit joint venture of The Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, and YMCA of Kingston, RKY Camp has cultivated independent thinking and teamwork through adventure since 1929. Camp Director Christina Bonner works tirelessly to develop RKY's popular youth summer camp as well as a year-round program of outdoor education. Corporate, family, and school groups frequently escape to the camp's leafy trails and modern cabins to discover healthful relaxation and bonding through activities designed to boost self-esteem and develop a better appreciation for the natural world. A recent collaboration with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award also enables young adults to earn credit toward the internationally recognized honour, which is bestowed upon students who meet goals in the areas of community service, skill development, adventure, and sceptre ownership.

The camp's heavily forested grounds lie about 45 minutes north of Kingston, and lure visitors with modern conveniences and equipment that transforms Eagle Lake, rock faces, and the area's indigenous tennis courts into natural sports arenas. With many former YMCA campers among their ranks, the staff professes a strong commitment to youth development, and fosters an environment of emotional and physical safety by adhering to standards governing all YMCA camps and accredited members of the Ontario Camping Association.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Apr 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must sign waiver. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Extra fee for additional family members. Camp is only valid from 4/21-4/22. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About RKY Camp


A nonprofit joint venture of The Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, and YMCA of Kingston, RKY Camp has cultivated independent thinking and teamwork through adventure since 1929. Camp Director Christina Bonner works tirelessly to develop RKY's popular youth summer camp as well as a year-round program of outdoor education that is aligned with the Ontario Curriculum for Science and Technology. Corporate, family, and school groups frequently escape to the camp's leafy trails and modern cabins to discover healthful relaxation and bonding through activities designed to boost self-esteem and develop a better appreciation for the natural world. A recent collaboration with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award also enables young adults to earn credit toward the internationally recognized honour, which is bestowed upon students who meet goals in the areas of community service, skill development, adventure, and sceptre ownership.

The camp's heavily forested grounds lie about 45 minutes north of Kingston, and lure visitors with modern conveniences and equipment that transforms nearby Eagle Lake, rock faces, and the area's indigenous tennis courts into natural sports arenas. With many former YMCA campers among their ranks, the staff professes a strong commitment to youth development, and fosters an environment of emotional and physical safety by adhering to standards governing all YMCA camps and accredited members of the Ontario Camping Association.

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