Camp Celiac provides campers the social experience of staying in cabins with other children their own age. Living together under one roof, campers learn independence as well as cooperation in a setting that's stimulating to individual growth. Camp Celiac campers dine with their cabin in family-style table settings, reinforcing the team dynamic we believe in.

Campers of all ages participate in 2 cabin rotation activities in the morning and 2 'choice' periods in the afternoon, allowing them the chance to branch off and pick their activities. With an incredible range of stimulating and creative programming, we provide an awesome options for all our campers, no matter their interests or level of experience.


Rotation periods are excellent opportunities for Camp Celiac campers to engage in some Canadian camping classics! From canoe to archery to kayak, campers will have the opportunity to participate in summer camp staples. Our staff take pride in excellent instruction and create opportunities for cabinmates to bond outside of the cabin itself.

Kid Rowing


Campers are given the opportunity to choose how they would like to spend two of their afternoon periods. After lunch, kids will go to the program board, choose from a list of activity options and sign up for what they want! While classic activities like high ropes and arts and crafts are available during these periods, kids will also get to choose from some exciting, less traditional options as well.



The activity period following dinner is often the most exciting of the day. From large-scale games like capture the flag, to team competitions, to more intimate affairs like campfires or talent shows, evening programs are never repeated and ALWAYS an experience to remember.



While camp is magical in its own right, every session something extra magical happens. Campers will wake up on an unspecified day to a transformed camp. From The Avengers to Under The Sea Adventures, theme day is one of camp's few days in which the day's programming structure is completely different.