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Camping Facilities

Lodges

Armstrong Lodge:

This lodge has 19 beds between 6 rooms, with a common room. It is heated and has a stove and fridge.

Armstrong Lodge Floorplan

Barker Lodge

This lodge has 12 bunks (24 beds) between 6 rooms, with a common room. It is heated and has a stove and fridge.

Carlingwood Lodge

This lodge has 6 bunks (12 beds) between 3 rooms, with a common room. It is heated and has a stove and fridge.

Clements Lodge

This lodge has 12 bunks (24 beds) between 5 rooms, with a common room. It is heated and has a stove and fridge.

The Health Center

This lodge has 12 bunks (24 beds) between 3 rooms plus ward. It is heated.

McManus Lodge

This lodge has 4 bunks (8 beds) between 2 rooms, with a common room. It is heated and has a stove and a fridge.

The Venturer Cabin (outside main camp)

This cabin is about a half an hour walk from main camp. It has 6 bunks (12 beds) in a room with divider curtains, plus 2 cots in the kitchen area. It  has a wood stove and a propane stove for cooking, a propane lantern in kitchen area, a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Below is an example of a Bedroom and Common Room in a lodge. Click to enlarge.

Cub Cabins

Gold Pack

5 cabins (sleeps 6 each), a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Red Pack

5 cabins (sleeps 6 each), a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Black Pack

5 cabins (sleeps 6 each), a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Below is an example of a Cub Cabin. Click to enlarge.

Each cabin has 6 bunks and a cubby for your stuff.

Tabins

Brownsea Field

This site has 7 tabins (sleeps 5 each), the Teepee, a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Below is an example of a tabin and and a picture of the Teepee. Click to enlarge.

Tent Platform Sites

The Attic

This site has 6 tent platforms, a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

CIT Village

This site has 4 tent platforms.

The Orchard

This site has 6 tent platforms, a campfire pit, a KYBO, and a covered dining shelter.

Over the Hill

This site has 4 tent platforms, a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Paddlers Cove (outside main camp)

This site is about an hour walk from main camp, or you can paddle in. It has 5 tent platforms, a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Below is an example of a tent platform and a KYBO. Click to enlarge.

Tent platforms are a place off the ground where you can pitch a tent that you bring.

Other Sites

The Adirondaks (lean toos, outside main camp)

This site is about a half hour walk from main camp. It has 2 lean toos, a campfire pit, and a KYBO.

Farrens Lake (outside main camp)

This site is about an hour walk from main camp, or you can canoe in. It has a campfire pit, a KYBO, and space for 10 tents.

Tsunami (outside main camp)

This site is about an hour and a half walk away from main camp, or you can paddle in. It has a campfire pit and space for 4 or 5 tents.

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Other Facilities

The Ablutions

The Ablutions is located near the Lower Parking Lot. It has flushable toilets and running water.

The Archery Pit

The Boat Docks

Camp Opemikon rests on the edge of Chrstie Lake, O'Brien Lake, and Farren's Lake. Your group can rent Grumman Canoes from us to paddle on any of these lakes.

The Chapel

Camp Opemikon's Chapel

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Council Campfire

Most sites have a campefire pit for your use, but the Council Campfire pit is perfect for every Song, Skit, Cheer, and Story your group would like to perform. The concrete pad allows for a larger fire, and the two rows of benches means you can accomodate more campers!

The Dining Hall: EL Callow Hall

If you would rather someone else cook your meals while you are at camp, the Opemikon Rover Crew and Venturer Company can do just that. The Dining Hall can seat up to 250 people at once, and has a large commercial kitchen attached to it. For more information on catering, visit the booking page, or visit the Ope Crew's website.

Eagles Cliff

You can hike to this picturesque place in about an hour.

The Ecology Center

Our New Ecology Center is packed with fun, educational activities that tie into the new Scouts Canada Canadian Path program.

High Ropes/Low Ropes

Camp Opemikon has a High Ropes Course that is run by CUI certified volunteers. It offers challenging individual and duo courses 60 feet up in the air. The Low Ropes course is great for team building and problem solving as a group.

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The Ice Rink

During the winter, the ice on the lake freezes enough for skating. Opemikon can provide broomball equipment to use on the rink. Bring your own skates!

The Tobogganing Hill

In the winter, the hill in the cubfield is used for tobogganing. Bring your own sleds!

Snowshoeing

In the winter, Opemikon can provide snowshoes for use around camp. The lake is a great place to snowshoe in the winter!

McManus Rock

Partway between the Cub Field and Eagles Cliff, McManus Rock is another stop on the hike. In the summer, it is used for Rock Climbing.

The Nature Hut

The Nature Hut is an open shelter in the Cub Field. It is usually used by groups that are camping in the Cub Field. It has several picnic tables and a metal counter for crafts, nature, or science sessions.

Parking Lots

The Upper Parking Lot can be found right as you pull into Camp Opemikon off of Hanna Road, next to Brownsea Field. This is where you will drop off campers and park on most occasions.

There is also parking across Hanna Road from the Upper Parking Lot, near the Orchard.

The Lower Parking Lot can be found down the road from the Upper Parking Lot, near Barker Lodge. The Lower Parking Lot is closed to vehicles in the winter months because it is very slippery to drive down there.

The Rock Wall

In 2013, Opemikon had a Rock Climbing wall installed in the Cub Field as part of the 75th Anniversary Legacy Project. It stands 6 feet tall and offers a great activity for kids.

 

 


To book sites at Camp Opemikon, visit the Bookings Page.

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