• View of Georgian Bay
  • Children in the playground
  • Nelson Hall Autumn
  • Waterfront with Tree Branch


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Territorial Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that Camp NeeKauNis is situated on the ancestral lands of the Wendat and Anishnaabeg and, more recently, Haudenosaunee peoples, in Upper Canada treaties territory that has seen thousands of years of rich Indigenous history and is home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island today. We honour the covenants of the Dish with One Spoon and Two Row Wampum Belts. As we gather, we remind ourselves to respect and nurture our sacred relationship to this land as well as to its First Peoples both past and present.

Camp NeeKauNis News

COVID 19 and our 2020 Season

June 16, 2020 — Camp NeeKauNis remains closed at this time. All our programs have been cancelled and we are using this time for maintenance and needed repairs. We will let all of you know as changes and safe-opening... more

NeeKauNis Facts and FAQs

October 10, 2019 — Camp NeeKauNis is a Quaker camp located on traditional Wendat (Huron) and Anshinaabeg land, on the shore of Sturgeon Bay, (off Georgian Bay) near Waubaushene, Ontario, 130 km. (about an hour and a... more

A Day At Camp NeeKauNis

June 5, 2017 — A typical day at Camp NeeKauNis varies from program to program, but every day holds opportunities for activities with friends, as well as peaceful communion with ourselves and our surroundings: this... more

Donations to Camp NeeKauNis

December 12, 2016 — Thank you for your loving support of Camp NeeKauNis!Your donations to NeeKauNis ¬†will be used for upcoming projects including replacing some of our most well-used cabins, further improvements to the... more
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