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Welcome to Camp Chikopi:

Located in the heart of the Almaguin Highlands, Camp Chikopi, for boys, enjoys a world renown reputation. Campers from all over the world join us on Ahmic Lake through generations within their families, but largely through word of mouth. Our alumni network is immense and very supportive. Not only do they send their children and grandchildren to Chikopi, but our Alumni are constantly recommending “the summer of a lifetime” to their friends, neighbors and sports team members around the world.

 

Why Choose Camp Chikopi?

  1. Camp Chikopi has been family owned and operated since 1920.
  2. Boys are more willing to participate in activities without the constant social pressure associated with co-ed environments.
  3. Our variety of sporting activities and programs, combined with our canoe tripping opportunities, offer boys an endless variety of exciting adventures each summer.
  4. Accommodations are rustic but clean and comfortable. Campers live in wood cabins alongside nature, without the distractions of modern living.
  5. Chikopi “Spirit” is our motto. Lasting friendships result from summers of living, playing and pulling together in a truly amazing atmosphere and environment that is completely dedicated to the growth and development of today’s boys and teens.
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954-566-8235 (Off Season) 705-387-3811 (Summer)

Email: Campchikopi@aol.com

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CALL OR Email US FOR MORE INFORMATION!

954-566-8235 (Off Season) 705-387-3811 (Summer)

Email: Campchikopi@aol.com

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CAMP ADDRESS

Camp Chikopi
373 Chikopi Road
Magnetawan, ON, P0A 1P0 CANADA
Tel. (705) 387-3811
Fax (705) 387-4747
E-mail: Campchikopi@aol.com


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WINTER OFFICE

Bob and Colette Duenkel
2132 N.E. 17 Terrace
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33305, USA
Tel. (954) 566-8235
Fax (954) 566-3951
E-mail: Campchikopi@aol.com


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Sometimes, parents can get confused between a boy’s readiness to go to overnight summer camp and their own readiness to “let go”. It may sound surprising, but psychologists confirm that a parent who decides that their child is not ready for an overnight camp experience, is often the one who might not be ready to “let go”. Purely from a professional point of view, psychologists agree that most boys thrive with a two or three week camp experience – and that also applies to boys as young as grades two and three.

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