Camp Ten Oaks 2017 was amazing and we cannot wait for the 2018 session!
Our original site at RKY near Kingston, ON is currently at capacity, though we are still accepting applications for campers at our new Woodeden site outside London, ON.
To apply for a spot at Woodeden, or to be placed on the waiting list for RKY, please fill out the form for your camper here.
Once we receive the initial application form, we will contact you within two business days to let you know if:
a) There is a spot available for your child at camp (registration forms will be included in this email),
b) There is not a spot currently available and your child has been added to the waiting list.
Please don’t hesitate to give us a shout with any questions at 613-614-1537 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, registrants will have the option of defaulting to the second camp if there are no spots available at the camp of their choice. The option still remains to be placed on a waitlist instead of being offered a spot at our other camp however. This may be a difficult choice for some, so please take a look at our camps page to give you a better idea of what to expect from each campsite. For those weighing options based on transportation, please note that only our original site at RKY will have busses from both Ottawa and Toronto. Our second site at Camp Woodeden will only have transportation available from Toronto.
The Ten Oaks Project is committed to implementing a racially and ethnically diverse, anti-ageist, gender-varied, economically-mixed and multi-abled camper and volunteer population from LGBTQ+ identities, families and communities. For campers that are added to our waitlist, we will prioritize giving spots to BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of colour) and transfeminine children and youth.
cabin group ages
Our cabin groups are in two-year increments (8 and 9-year-olds, 10- and 11-year-olds, etc.) and we look at how old campers are turning this calendar year (similar to the Ontario school system). This means that even if your child will be 9-years-old at the time of camp, if they are turning 10 later in the year, they will be in the 10- and 11-year-old cabin.
Fees for Camp Ten Oaks
The cost for this one-week experience is $1,200 though we do offer tiered payment options, and subsidies for families with financial need are always available, as we are committed to the economic accessibility of our program. If you’d like to apply for a subsidy, you can do so once you have filled out our application form and you have been notified by us that your camper has a spot confirmed at Camp Ten Oaks. At this point, we will also send you your camper’s unique online registration form link. Under that form, please select the “Apply for Subsidy” option under the “Fee Tier” drop down menu, and fill out the questions for the “Subsidy Application” portion of the form.