Camp Kee-Mo-Kee

Providing an exceptional summer camp program is essential to the mission and vision of Camp Kee-Mo-Kee.

What does this mean for our camp families?

Quite simply, it means inspiring a sense of wonder in each and every camper, volunteer and team member that visits our camp. The sparkle of camp magic is present in the passion our team has for camp leadership, working with campers, and encouraging personal growth. Confidence and compassion are encouraged as campers connect with nature and friends, create adventures and projects, and challenge themselves to venture into new experiences.

Day and overnight programs provide campers flexibility to have the camp experience that best suits their needs. Open age sessions, beginner’s camp, teen, inclusion and indigenous programs ensure there is a safe and welcoming place for everyone at our camp!

Emphasis

Focus

This program has a particular approach or emphasis.

  • Classic Summer Camp
  • First Nations
  • Leadership
  • Special Needs

Culture

This program has a particular cultural affiliation.

  • Primarily Christian

Format

Session Types

This program offers the following types of sessions:

  • Day Program
  • Overnight Program

Session Timings

This program offers sessions during these parts of the year:

  • Summer

Session Lengths

This program offers the following session lengths:

  • 1 Week

Community

Ages

This camp offers sessions for these ages:

  • 5 Years
  • 6 Years
  • 7 Years
  • 8 Years
  • 9 Years
  • 10 Years
  • 11 Years
  • 12 Years
  • 13 Years
  • 14 Years
  • 15 Years
  • Over 15 Years

Genders

This camp offers sessions for these groups:

  • All Genders
  • Intergenerational (Family)

Activities

This program offers the following activities:

  • Archery
  • Basketball
  • Camping / Cookouts
  • Capture the Flag
  • Counsellor in Training
  • Crafts
  • Hiking
  • Leadership Skills
  • Low Ropes/Team Building
  • Nature Studies
  • Orienteering
  • Singing
  • Soccer
  • Swimming (Recreational)
  • Volleyball

Supports

This program offers the following kinds of support:

  • ADD / ADHD
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Behavioral or Emotional Concerns
  • Blind or Partially Sighted
  • Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Diabetes
  • Facial Differences
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Mental Health
  • Physical Disabilities
  • Tourette Syndrome

Financial

Average Rate

The average rate for this program, per week, per participant.

  • $480

Subsidy Program

This program offers subsidies. Contact them for more information.

Contact Info

location_on Address

9581 Glendon Drive
Komoka, ON
N0L 1R0

email Email

info@keemokee.com

phone Phone

Primary or "On Season" Number
519-657-7288

Secondary or "Off Season" Number
519-657-7288

public Website

www.keemokee.com