We are a rustic camp, with simple accommodations. Most of our cottages and dorms encourage a shared living/community dynamic, with several bedrooms and bunk beds. However, for the 2022 season, we are booking all cottages and dorms on an exclusive use basis.
We hope to resume regular communal accommodations booking in the future. Once the pandemic has passed, we will once again invite you to consider sharing space with the hope of keeping camp prices reasonable and accommodating as many of those who would like to spend time at camp as possible.
Dave’s A and B: Dave’s Cottage is our most recently renovated space! There are two sides that can be made communal by opening the middle door. Guests must bring their own pillows and bedding.
Dave’s A, closer to the road, is considerably more accessible and would be recommended for those in wheelchairs. It has a double bed in a bedroom plus a pull-out couch in the living room space. The bathroom has an accessible shower.
Dave’s B has a double bunk in the bedroom and a shower. Both have cooking facilities and a besides gloriously large windows. There is ample space to relax both indoors and outdoors on the deck.
Tom’s A and B: Tom’s cottages provide one room with a double bunk bed and sliding glass doors onto a back deck. There is a small kitchen with a single burner, half size fridge, a microwave and kettle, and some dishes provided for simple meal prep. There is an additional single cot in this room. The bathroom is a two piece bathroom with an accessible shower. Guests must bring their own pillows and bedding. We ask folks to prioritise these cottages for those with accessibility challenges.
Nellie’s Cottage: Nellie’s is our largest cottage and sleeps 10. It has 4 bedrooms with multiple bunk beds, one room with a single bed and an additional cot for over flow in a small common area.
There is a small kitchen with a single burner, mini fridge, a microwave and kettle, and some dishes provided for simple meal prep. Guests must bring their own pillows and bedding. The bathroom is a two piece with outdoor showers located about a minute away, near the dining hall.
Rosie’s Cottage: Rosie’s is our second largest cottage and it sleeps 8 people. There are 4 bedrooms: a ‘screen room’ with a single bed (one of the walls is partially made of screen); a room with a one double bed; a room with a double bed and a bunk bed; and a fourth room with a single bed and a bunk bed. There is an additional cot located in a small common area. Guests must bring their own pillows and bedding.
There is a small kitchen with a single burner, mini fridge, a microwave and kettle, and some dishes provided for simple meal prep. Rosie’s offers a two-piece bath with outdoor showers located about 30 seconds away, near the dining hall. Rosie’s also has a small screened-in sitting area and a deck off the front door.
Our dorms offer an affordable shared rooming experience. Each dorm has two sides, and each side has 3 bunk beds (6 total beds). Some include a double bunk bed for couples or parents with small children. Guests must bring their own pillows and bedding. There is a central shared two-piece washroom in each dorm, and outdoor showers are located nearby. Cooking is not permitted in the dorms.
Please note that Dorms continue to be offered only on an “Exclusive Use” basis for the duration of the 2022 season.
Unicamp’s sites are large and beautifully landscaped, most suitable for tents and trailers, with some walk-in sites for tents only. Trailers must not exceed 20 feet and generators are not permitted. Some hydro sites are available. Maximum three tents and six people per site.
We are equipped to provide hearty meals for those without dietary restrictions and vegetarians.
We are equipped to provide hearty meals for omnivores and vegetarians without dietary restrictions.
We are not able to accommodate food allergies or specialty diets at this time.
Guests who require a restricted or specialty diet are encouraged to bring their own meals.
Meals are generally served at 8:30am, 12:30pm and 6:30pm with some Friday evening and candlelight dinner exceptions.
There is a 15 minute warning bell before the dinner bell. Coffee and tea is supplied for those on the meal plan and available to all by donation.
Late minute meal requests can sometimes be accommodated, however, one week notice is preferred to allow our hardworking kitchen staff ample time for shopping and meal planning.
Our dining hall is a nut-free space, and shoes are required.
In the spirit of tolerance and freedom Unicamp maintains two beaches, a clothing optional beach (Bob’s 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.
We have private outdoor showers, offering the experience of showering under the warmth of the sun or the energy of the stars!
Fires are permitted at most of our campsites, and we have several communal firepits. Never leave your fire unattended and ensure fires are “dead out” before leaving. Please check with staff before starting a fire in one of the communal firepits.
Unicamp has a communal labyrinth that campers of all ages can enjoy.
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