Camp Nagiwa Overnight Camp

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Camp Nagiwa is where summer memories are made, where self confidence grows, and where life-long friendships begin!  Staff members are trained to look beneath the surface of the children and youth in their care – to see potential, fears, and dreams.  We believe in each camper’s unique ability to grow, to learn, to make new friends, and to discover their best selves.  In a supportive, caring atmosphere, Camp Nagiwa campers and staff members take positive risks, learn life-long skills, and return home after a summer standing taller and singing louder. Camp Nagiwa is a co-ed overnight camp experience for children and youth ages 7-16. Have a child 5-9 who would like to try overnight camp? Check out our new Nagi-wanna Camp program.

 


 

Camp History:
Camp Nagiwa is lucky to have a historical legacy with the Guelph Y. From 1954 through 1972, camp Nagiwa was run on the shores of the Severn River under the YMCA(-YWCA) of Guelph. We currently hold a small archive with historical documents and information, as well as a few paddles from that time. If you have information, documents, pictures, or camp stories that you would like to share; we would love to have them. Please contact us as campnagiwa@guelphy.org, or call us at 519-824-5150 ext. 251.

 

Articles:

Why Overnight Camp?

Rick Mercer on Summer Camp

The Benefits of Camp

Dealing with Homesickness

High Ropes Course Promotes Personal Achievement

 

More Information:

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For more information about Camp Nagiwa, please email us at: campnagiwa@guelphy.org or give us a call –
Winter (Sept – June): 519-824-5150 x 251

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