Summer Camps

Contact [email protected] to discover the possibilities for your group or organization to run a program at Camp Norland for a few days up to a week! Our programming is set for 2023, but we’d love to chat with you about 2024 and beyond…

Norland partners with Coldwater Canada to offer adventures for people of all ages in Northern Ontario. Whether it’s a week at the Camp Norland site or a canoe trip into the surrounding wilderness areas, Deer Lake is the place to get ready to launch out into adventure!

Programming for 2023 is already set in motion…

Head over to the Coldwater Canada website to check out this year’s experiences and register yourself or your child for a wonderful experience this summer.

Bedrock – Ages 9-11, July 23-26 – campers remain at Camp Norland – focus is on developing healthy friendships, an adventurous spirit and a solid faith foundation

Bedrock Explore – Ages 9-11, July 23-29 – campers safely explore the local wilderness and sleep in tents for two nights – all the fun of Bedrock plus a taste of wilderness camping!

Cairn – Ages 12-13, July 9-15 – (boys and girls) five day backcountry canoe trip which begins and ends at Camp Norland – focus is on working with a group of peers, problem solving, and overcoming challenges

Gridiron – Ages 14-15, August 5-12 – six day canoe trip which begins and ends at Camp Norland – focus is on developing a firm faith foundation, awareness of student’s unique gifts, and a vision that will help them navigate high school with confidence

Compass – Ages 16-18, August 18-26 – begins and ends at Camp Norland – focus is on leadership development and spiritual formation by overcoming challenges and learning vital leadership skills, all in the context of a healthy community journeying through the wilderness classroom

Adventure Challenge – Ages 16-18, June 30-July 15 – backcountry canoeing expedition which begins and ends at Camp Norland – focus is on challenging students to grow mentally, emotionally, physically, relationally and spiritually while honing their wilderness skills and learning how to navigate moving water