Our Camps

Where we serve our youth

Tim Hortons Foundation Camps operate seven different camps across Canada and the United States.

In Canada, six camps span across five provinces, with two in Ontario and one each in Nova Scotia, Quebec, Manitoba and Alberta. Kentucky is home to our US camp. Tim Horton Foundation Camps recognizes that our work takes place on traditional Indigenous lands across North America. In an effort to support our Indigenous youth through the reconciliation process, we are grateful to acknowledge our ability to roam, learn and reflect on these Indigenous lands.

Tims Camps is proudly accredited by the following national and provincial camp associations:

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Tim Horton Onondaga Farms

St. George, ON

Onondaga Farms is on land set aside for the Haldimand Tract, which includes six miles on each side of the Grand River, land promised to the Haudenosaunee people of The Six Nations, The Attawandaron, and Anishnaabe. We recognize this is the traditional territory of the Mohawk, Cayuga, Seneca, Oneida, Tuscarora, Wyandot, Mississauga, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and Onondaga peoples

Tim Horton Onondaga Farms

Tim Horton Onondaga Farms sits on the scenic backdrop of 400 acres of rolling hill and wetlands, and opened in 2002.

Camp Features:

  • Working barn and agricultural classroom with a family of cattle, horses, goats, a donkeys, alpacas, pigs, bunnies and chickens
  • Indoor recreation through our Eco Centre and computer lab, living lab, creative arts room and music room within
  • State-of-the-art observatory and telescope
  • Greenhouse with opportunity for learning horticulture
  • 9-acre pond for canoeing and water activities (summer months only)
  • Outdoor swimming pool (summer months only)
  • High and low rope challenge courses
  • A western-inspired overnight site with rustic cabins and campfire
  • Fields for sports, large group games and teambuilding
  • Basketball court
  • Gaga Ball pit
  • Indoor and outdoor archery range
  • Two large outdoor campfires

Did you know: Prior to our 400 acres becoming the camp we know and love today, Onondaga Farms was a nationally knowing Hereford cattle farm, winning multiple prestigious awards across the world.

Tim Horton Memorial Camp

Parry Sound, ON

We acknowledge Tim Horton Memorial Camp is on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe Peoples, governed by the Williams Treaty.

Tim Horton Memorial Camp

Tim Horton Memorial Camp is nestled in the woods alongside Lorimer Lake and was first opened in 1975 to honour the great hockey player, Tim Horton.

Camp Features:

  • Sprawling beach and lake access for traditional summer camp water activities like swimming, tubing, pontoon boating, canoeing and kayaking
  • Recreation Centre for indoor sports and entertainment/talent shows
  • Arts and crafts Centre
  • Outdoor adventure course
  • Nature trails for hiking
  • Archery range
  • Large fields for group games and activities

Did you know: Tim Hortons Memorial Camp was opened in 1975 and was the first of the seven camps to open.

Tim Horton Children's Camp

Tatamagouche, NS

Tim Horton Children’s Camp resides in the unceded Mi’kmaq territory and the Wabanaki Confederacy which is governed by the Peace and Friendship treaty of 1752.

Tim horton Childrens Camp Vista

Located on the shores of the Northumberland Strait in Nova Scotia, the Tim Horton Children’s Camp offers campers an authentic Maritime experience.

Camp Features:

  • Beautiful water access for sea-kayaking, beach combing, and swimming
  • Overnight sites with ponds, campfire pits and tent areas
  • Beach volleyball court
  • Beekeeping
  • Outdoor adventure course
  • Nature trails for hiking, orienteering or mountain biking
  • Baseball diamond and large fields for land games
  • Archery range
  • Arts and crafts program area

Did you know: The camp is on a stretch of the Northumberland Strait that is known for mussel farms.

Camp des Voyageurs Tim Horton

Quyon, QC

Camp des Voyageurs is situated on the Algonquin, Anishnaabeg, Huron - Wendat, St. Lawrence Iroquoians, and Mohawk traditional territory.

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Camp des Voyageurs Tim Horton is set on Pontiac Bay on the Ottawa River. This land is home to a rich cultural history of the area's Voyageurs.

Camp Features:

  • Overnight trips at La Peninsule and O’Connor
  • Canoeing and kayaking
  • Low ropes challenge course
  • Climbing tower
  • Giant swing
  • Archery range
  • Nature trails and orienteering
  • Recreation Centre for indoor sports and shows
  • Campfire pit by the water
  • Arts and crafts area

Did you know: The Camp runs along the old voyageur route used by famous French Canadian explorers such as Pierre La Vérendrye.

Tim Horton Camp Whiteshell

Seven Sisters Falls, MB

Tim Horton Camp Whiteshell is located in Treaty No. 3 Territory, the traditional lands of the Anishinabe, Ininew, Oji-Cree, Dene, and Dakota, and is the Birthplace of the Métis Nation and is in the Heart of the Métis Nation Homeland

Tim Horton Camp Whiteshell

Located on the shores of Sylvia Lake within the Whiteshell Provincial Park in Manitoba, Tim Horton Camp Whiteshell is the newest of our seven camps and features its own yurt village.

Camp Features:

  • Back country canoe and hiking trips
  • Lakefront swimming
  • Nature trails for day hiking
  • Geocaching and orienteering
  • Low ropes challenge course
  • Large sports field for large group games
  • Basketball court, beach volleyball court and Gaga Ball pit
  • Campfires
  • Archery range
  • Two additional yurts are used for arts, crafts and music

Did you know: Whiteshell Provincial Park is almost 2800 square kilometers of protected wilderness parkland. West Hawk Lake in the park is the deepest lake in the province, and was formed by a meteorite.

Tim Horton Children's Ranch

Kananaskis, AB

The Ranch is on the traditional territory of the Tsuut’ina and Stoney- Nakoda territory, and the Blackfoot Confederacy and is governed by Treaty 7.

Tim Horton Children's Ranch

Nestled in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, bordering Banff National Park and an hour west of Calgary, the Tim Horton Children’s Ranch is home to over 60 horses during the summer months – wranglers on horseback greet campers and run alongside arriving buses.

Camp Features:

  • Stables and corral area for horseback riding
  • Offsite trips to go white water rafting and rock climbing
  • Large pond for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boating and swimming
  • Overnight camp sites with campfire pits
  • Low ropes challenge course
  • Ecological Learning Centre
  • Archery range
  • Indoor climbing wall
  • Arts and crafts Centre
  • Wilderness Activity Centre

Did you know: There are over 1200 Rainbow Trout in the pond at the Ranch.

Tim Horton Camp Kentahten

Campbellsville, KY

Tim Horton Foundation Camps recognizes that our work takes place on traditional Indigenous lands in the United States. This includes and is not limited to the Tsalaguwetiyi, Shawandasse Tula, S’atsoyaha (Yuchi), and the Adena.

Tim Horton Camp Kentahten

Located in the heart of Kentucky, Tim Horton Camp Kentahten is set on 50 acres in the Green River Lake State Park, featuring a beautiful, large waterfront for outdoor aquatic activities.

Camp Features:

  • A zipline that travels over 400 feet
  • Trails for hiking and mountain biking
  • Canoeing, kayaking and boating
  • Swimming and fishing
  • High and low ropes adventure courses
  • Climbing tower
  • Disc golf course
  • Fields for soccer, baseball, and football
  • Beach volleyball court
  • Archery range
  • Overnight camp sites
  • Recreation Centre for indoor sports
  • Arts, crafts and drama area