Boys Camp & Girls Camp
Campers entering grade 11
As some of our oldest Four Trails campers, Voyageurs entering grade 11 take on more defined leadership roles while on trail. With the help of their leaders, they’ll plan and facilitate Evening Reflections, cook meals for the group, and help lead the group each day as they plan their next destination. Along the way, they’ll learn to feel empowered by themselves and by the support of the mobile community they’re creating together.
In 2023, Voyageurs will experience the pristine wilderness of Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay on this multi-week sea kayaking expedition in Ontario, Canada. Voyageurs will need a valid passport for this trip.
At the end of their Voyageur experience, they’ll rejoin camp and be welcomed by the entire community as they cheer on their incredible accomplishment. Voyageurs conclude their experience by delivering community-wide insights they gathered during their journey and receiving their well-earned rugbies.
Summer 2023 Dates and Registration
Summer 2023 registration is a first-come, first-served model, and waitlists will be created when programs fill.
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2023 Dates and Rates
Voyageurs entering grade 11
July 2 through Aug. 4 (five weeks)
Voyageurs will need a valid passport for this trip.
The AYF is committed to making summer camp accessible to all youth. As a nonprofit foundation fueled by generous donations from our alumni and families, the AYF offsets the price of every program for every participant. AYF also offers need-based financial aid and sibling discounts.
“Voyageur was a great experience for her. She has wanted to do it since her first year at camp and it was all she expected it to be and more. She is so happy and confident. She knows she had a life experience many never get in a lifetime and she values every bit of it.”
– Miniwanca Camper Parent