General Information and Details You Need to Know
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Plan to have your wedding at Unicamp. We welcome all who share our beliefs in the inherent worth and dignity of all people and encourage all to find their own spiritual paths. Contact the office for information.
Peace & Quiet
Providing a relaxing and tranquil environment is very important at Unicamp. Peace and quiet is precious. Amplified music and television are only permitted in certain programs run by Unicamp. Noise curfew is 11pm, extended to 12 pm on dance nights.
In the spirit of tolerance and freedom Unicamp maintains two beaches, a clothing optional beach and a clothing required beach. During Children=s Camp and Junior Youth Week swimwear is required on both beaches at all times. Appropriate dress is required in all other areas of camp at all times.
Generous people are an integral part of our operation, helping out in many ways. Talk to senior staff or a Board member if you are interested in donating some time.
Unicamp’s sites are large and beautifully landscaped, suitable for tents or trailers. Trailers must not exceed 20 feet and generators are not permitted. Some hydro sites are available. Maximum three tents and six people per site.
Unicamp’s dormitories have two sides, each with 3 bunk beds for up to six people. Some include a double bunk bed for couples or parents with small children. There is a central shared washroom in each dorm. Cooking is not permitted in dorms.
Our cottage have two or more bedrooms, each large enough for two people, a washroom and a living room. Most have kitchen areas. Cottages are priced on a per person basis so may be shared. To book an entire cottage you are required to pay for four adults.
We do our best to cater to a variety of dietary needs. Meals are about 65 percent vegetarian, and there is always a vegetarian option. We try to accommodate most food allergies with 7 days notice, but are unable to cater to vegan or special diets. Campers with specific dietary needs should plan to prepare their own food at their cottage or campsite. Meals must be booked at least 7 days in advance. Unicamp’s kitchen and dining hall are peanut free.
Check in time
Check in time is 4 pm – check out time 11 am. This allows for accommodations to be checked and cleaned between visitors. Feel free to stay later or arrive earlier to enjoy the grounds but we ask that you respect check in and check out times by vacating your accommodation promptly. After 9 pm there is no staff available to check you in so please phone Unicamp if your arrival is delayed beyond 9 pm so that we can make special arrangements.
Unicamp is a private property and we take the security and comfort of our campers very seriously. When space permits and at the discretion of the Camp Director day visitors are welcome to enjoy Unicamp between 10 am and 8 pm. Day rates are $10/adult $5/child (5 to 15 years). Day pass visitors are not permitted during the off-season, work weekends, Children’s Camp and Youth Week. Please phone ahead to book your day.
You will need to bring bedding, pillows and towels. We have indoor and outdoor showers with hot running water, washrooms in the dining hall and 6 outhouses located throughout the property. All tap water is safe to drink and tested regularly.
Care for children is made available for program participants during program sessions for $5 per session per child (limit 2 sessions per day) and at other times may be arranged on an individual basis. Please notify camp 10 days prior to your stay if you would like childcare.
Financial assistance is available to those wishing to stay at Unicamp and for whom the cost is a deterrent. Please contact the Registrar. Donations to our Campership fund are always welcome.
These are just one way to show your commitment to Unicamp. Donation can aid the less fortunate to come to camp or can be directed to capital projects. Tax receipts will be issued upon request.