Where does my camper sleep? All camper cabins at Couchiching are designed for three-season use. A typical cabin at camp is in a large "L-shape" and houses 8-10 campers and 2 staff members. Our second cabin model is typically reserved for our older and more experienced campers, and are home to to 10-12 campers and 2-3 staff members. Every cabin is insulated and equipped with a washroom and a cold water sink. Beds in our camper cabins are all single bunk wooden frames, and come with an allergen-free mattress.
What does my child eat? The food service at Camp Couchiching is one of the many aspects we take great pride in and boast to others about. We have a full-service dining hall that offers a vast array of food options, and our chefs prepare a wide variety of wholesome and balanced meals for our hungry campers and also cater to many special diets. For full details, please see Food Service.
Is my child safe? Health and safety is of the utmost importance at Camp Couchiching. All camp staff must have First Aid and CPR training as a minimum standard and we are supported by Registered Nurses throughout the entire summer. In addition, in the unlikely event of an emergency, we have an Ambulance port located five minutes away, and full service hospital only fifteen minutes away. Help is always very close to home.
LastUpdate: 2017-11-29 20:07:41
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