Camp Awakening

For camper families

PROGRAM FULL. Sign up as a family to participate in camp activities, like sailing and canoeing, around the GTA.

Session dates

August 9-20, 2021

Session Fees



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Frequently asked Questions

It’s been a tough year – and we want your family to come experience the magic of camp in and around the Greater Toronto Area.

We have partnered with the Disabled Sailing Association of Ontario (DSAO) and Abilities in Motion (AIM adaptive paddling) to host several day programs between August 9-20, 2021.
These FREE activities are our gift to you – our camper families – for sticking by us and supporting us through two difficult summers. 
Spots for the in-person Camp Awakening In The City program are first-come, first-served.  At this time, spots are only open to previous Camp Awakening campers and their families.
While we are hopeful that August will be sunny and warm, if we are unable to participate in an activity due to weather or Public Health restrictions, we may not be able to reschedule for an alternative date.

Location: Queens Quay in Toronto

We have partnered with Disabled Sailing Association of Ontario (DSAO) to offer 4 days of sailing on beautiful Lake Ontario.

You will have the option of your camper sailing in a small boat with 1 DSAO volunteer, OR your family can sail together in a larger boat (up to 5 passengers).

Each date/timeslot can accommodate up to 2 families.

Families are responsible for all travel to/from Queens Quay in Toronto.

Tuesday, August 10th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Thursday, August 12th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Tuesday, August 17th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Thursday, August 19th 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Location: Earl Rowe Provincial Park, Alliston, Ontario

We have partnered with Abilities in Motion for a morning of paddling either a kayak or a canoe. Abilities in Motion will supply all the program equipment, including adaptive paddling gear, PFDs/lifejackets and access to a hoyer lift.

This activity can accommodate up to 4 families.

Families are responsible for their own transportation to and from Earl Rowe Provincial Park (about 1.5 hour drive from Toronto).