Day Camp General Information


Monday, starting at 8:15am

Daily Arrival/Departure

Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 5:15 pm. Please let the office know if you are going to be late!

Parents are responsible for transportation. Click here for directions.

Age Considerations

Age limits are guidelines. Exceptions are made for campers who function at a different level than their age would suggest.

Packing List:

Please pack labelled items below in a labelled day pack:

We provide drinks. NO NUT PRODUCTS PLEASE. We will place lunches in the refrigerator, so please put your child's name on the bag

  • pair of running shoes
  • beach towel
  • swimsuit
  • sunscreen and hat
  • suitable outerwear for the weather 
  • Bagged Lunch(Unless you have ordered the lunch program)

Medeba Lunch Program

Lunch is included in all our Day Camp Programs. Day Campers will eat in our dining hall and be served the same hot meal as our overnight campers. Check out our sample menus to get an idea of what some of the lunches might be for your camper! If your child has any dietary needs, please complete a Restricted Diet Form
(You may opt out of the lunch program. If you wish to do so, please contact the office at 705-754-2444 or email

    Lost and Found

    All lost and found items are displayed multiple times during the week for the campers to claim. All unclaimed items are washed and stored until the end of September, at which time we donate them to a local charity. Please call the office if you have lost an item and we will attempt to locate it and return it to you.

    Cancellation Policy

    If a camper cancels Day Camp:  

    • More than one month prior to the program date, full refund less $50.00 cancellation fee.  
    • One month to two weeks prior the program date, full refund less $100 cancellation fee.  
    • Less than two weeks prior to the program date, all program fees become non-refundable unless written explanation from a doctor is received, and then only a cancellation fee of $50 is charged.  

    If your child is sick and cannot attend, please contact us to make alternate arrangements for your camper. This may include: changing weeks, transferring your payment to Summer 2023 or refunding your payment.

    Consider switching weeks instead! Switching weeks more than a month before the registered program start date is totally free! Changes made within four weeks of the program start date are subject to an additional fee. Contact for more information. 

    Medeba reserves the right to cancel any program or activity due to a lack of participants.

    Dress up Days

    For Blast and Discovery Day Camps, the campers are invited to participate in a dress up day that is based on the theme for that week. You will recieve more information about this during the day camp week.

    Health Care and Special Dietary Needs

    Health Care

    When campers register on Sunday evening, parents/guardians are required to provide Medeba with a day phone number in case of sickness or an emergency. If a day camper needs any kind of medical attention we will call the parent/guardian who will be required to pick up the camper. In case of emergency where the camper needs to go to the hospital, Medeba will make arrangements and then will call the parent/guardian.

    If campers require medications while at camp we would ask that you bring enough for the whole week on Sunday evening. Medications will be administered by our Health Care Coordinator. Please fill out a medical form for them and return it to our office.

    Head Lice

    If a day camper is found to be with head lice we will ask the parent to make arrangements to pick up the camper. The camper may return when the head lice has been treated.

    Dietary Needs 

    Provision is made for campers with allergies or special dietary needs. Please fill out the Restricted Diet Form and return it to the office. We provide children friendly meals with lots of choice, but do not cater to picky eaters.

    Risk Management of Illness while at Medeba

    Medeba will be doing a number of things with campers while at camp to help reduce the risk of illness:

    1. We will be operating outside as much as possible
    2. Encouraging campers and staff to practice good hand hygiene
    3. Day campers should screening themselves daily for symptoms of communicable illnesses   
    What the Camper Should Know Before Arriving

    Medeba is a smoke free facility. Smoking by anyone is prohibited.

    Medeba does not permit gum-chewing on property. 

    Medeba is an allergy aware facility. Please do not bring any products with nuts or that may contain nuts.

    Cell Phones, MP3 player, Tablets, Laptops, Gaming devices

    Medeba desires to develop a healthy camper community. Personal devices take away from a camper fully immersing in our community and therefore the above-mentioned devices are not permitted.

    Behavioural Expectations

    Campers are expected to treat one another respectfully, without put downs or rough horse play. Medeba strives to resolve behavioural problems with campers promptly and effectively but reserves the right to dismiss a camper for behavioural problems at the discretion of the Directors. No refund will be made for dismissals due to disciplinary action. Parents will be responsible for the removal of the camper due to dismissal.

    Allergy Policy: Please click here for our policy.

    Privacy Policy: Please click here for our policy.

    Influenza Like Illness Policy: Please click here for our policy.