Are you thinking about the summer? You’ll be happy to know that Unicamp of Ontario is! Our beloved Unicamp has launched their completely re-designed website — please check it out here.
You’ll see beautiful photos and information about the facilities, children’s camp, family camp, youth programs, summer jobs available and more!
On-line registration is now available for Children’s Camp (early bird discount until March 30) and coming soon will be the full programming brochure and on-line registration for all the summer programs and accommodations.
Many of our UFP members, families and children love their summer stays at Unicamp — and many of our UFP young adults are working there again this summer. We’ll have the print brochures on the Welcome table at UFP as soon as they’re available. We hope you’ll join us this summer at Uncamp, where our values go to play!
Our congregational family camping week is August 19-24! Hope your summer plans can include this!
UNICAMP OF ONTARIO is a Unitarian Universalist camp and conference centre committed to providing a safe and welcoming seasonal camp and spiritual retreat to a diverse community. The Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough is a member congregation of Unicamp and many of our UFP members work, volunteer and camp there.
Unicamp’s high quality Unitarian Universalist values-based programs and activities are designed to enable this community to demonstrate a respect for our natural assets, for each other, and for the interdependent web of all existence. Programming is offered throughout the spring, summer and fall for adults, families and children, or you can just come and enjoy the pond, forests, caves and many hiking trails. You can tent or camp with your own small trailer or rent a cabin or a dorm; you can cook your own food on your campsite or eat the healthy, locally grown, rustic gourmet food (including delicious vegetarian and GF choices) in the Unicamp dining hall.
Located just north of Shelburne, Ontario, within the UNESCO Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, Unicamp boasts 50 beautiful, peaceful acres of meadows, coniferous and deciduous forests, marshes, streams, caves and two beaches on a 2.5-acre spring fed pond that is always safe for swimming. This is a magical place to relax, explore, meet new people and reconnect with self, community and nature.
At Unicamp we acknowledge that each of us has special qualities and talents to share. Unicamp is based on a long tradition of cooperation and caring in a relaxed and respectful environment. Campers are asked to help with chores such as tidying their dorm, cottage or campsite at the end of their stay, helping us to keep the Unicamp experience affordable for everyone. We welcome members and friends from all UU congregations.
The 2018 Unicamp Brochure will soon be available on Florence’s Table on Sunday mornings and from the office. You can also visit the Unicamp website for more information.