Enjoyable, Safe and Comfortable Surroundings
The camp has many facilities and equipment available to make the experience enjoyable, safe and comfortable for all campers.
Our Dining Hall is a nut-free environment and can hold approximately 250 people. At Camp Stephens we follow the Canada Food Guide and are able to accommodate most restricted diets such as vegetarians, allergies or religious restrictions with prior notice by specifying it on the Registration & Health History Form. At Camp Stephens we serve our meals “family style” and encourage everyone to try a little of everything.
Camp Stephens has 18 camper cabins spread out over the cabin line. Each cabin can accommodate up to 12 people including staff. Cabins are equipped with only basic electricity, so kids should not bring any electronic devices. All cabins have a separate centrally located washroom and shower facility.
Built in 1981 by our own staff, Lount Lodge is an inspiring place to be. This building houses our main offices and a large open area for campfires, indoor games, and quiet reflection.
Showers & Washrooms
Showers and washrooms are located separately a short distance away from our cabins. Showers are separated by gender and have an open concept.
Bonnycastle Wellness Centre
Based in the Wellness Centre, Camp Stephens’ Wellness Coordinator is in charge of the care and well-being of all guests. The Wellness Centre has an accessible washroom, and two additional rooms for sick patients. The Wellness Coordinator ensures that all medication is stored securely and dispensed at the appropriate time and in the proper dosage. Please note: All medication must be in its original container clearly marked with the child’s name, contents, dosage. The hospital in Kenora is approximately a 15 minute boat ride from Camp Stephens. In the case of emergency, one representative from both Camp Stephens and the school will accompany any student to the hospital in Kenora.
While on a canoe trip with Camp Stephens, your group will stay in either 4 or 6 man A-frame tents from Eureka. Tents are assigned based on gender.