We have combined our overnight summer programs into one camp called Fusion. Registration for this program is full. We are now taking registrations for Muskoka Family Getaways.

Muskoka Family Getaway Weeks

 
Come enjoy a family retreat at Pioneer Camp. Spend a week enjoying the scenic beauty of Muskoka on our 1200-acre property. This is your opportunity to enjoy summer camp with your family! Activity rates include all of your meals, access to the waterfront, and recreational programming and equipment. Come relax, retreat and enjoy the outdoors with your family. It is a great way to spend your vacation this summer!

 

Muskoka Family Getaway Weekends

 
Come enjoy an all-inclusive family retreat weekend at Pioneer Camp. Spend a summer weekend enjoying the scenic beauty of Muskoka on our 1200-acre property. The rental rate includes all meals, accommodation, access to recreational programming and waterfront. Choose from indoor lodging with en-suite washroom or outdoor chalet accommodation with your own family-designated washroom. Come relax, retreat and enjoy the outdoors with your family. It is a great way to spend your vacation this summer!

 

Dates

Family Getaway Weeks Dates

 

All weeks run Sunday to Friday, see schedule for arrival and departure times

 

July 4 – 9

July 11 – 16

July 18 – 23

July 25 – 30

August 1 – 6

August 8 – 13

August 15 – 20

August 22 – 27

Family Getaway Weeks Dates

 

All weeks run Sunday to Friday, see schedule for arrival and departure times

 

Family Getaway Weekends Dates

 

June 18-20

June 25-27

Family Getaway Prices

 

Families registering for the Muskoka Getaway Week will pay one accommodation rate per family (up to 6 people), per week, as well as the activity/meal charge per person, based on age.

AccommodationNumber of Rentals AvailableCost per week
Lodge Room
Sleeps up to 6, ensuite washroom
17$525 / room
Lodge Room
Sleeps 2, ensuite washroom
2$450 / room
Chalet
Sleeps up to 6, assigned washroom
2$350 / room
Algonquin
2 rooms, sleeps up to 5, 2 ensuite washrooms, sink, small fridge and microwave
1$675 / room

Lodge

Bunk-style rooms with en-suite washroom for up to 6 people.

 

Chalet

Outdoor tabin (tent/cabin) that sleeps up to six people in bunk-style beds. It is camping in style with a solid floor and roof, and walls that roll up to enjoy the fresh air. There is no electricity in chalets. Each family renting chalet units will be designated a washroom for their use.

 

Algonquin

Separate cabin with two bedrooms, one sleeping 2 (king size bed) and one room sleeping 3 (double/single bunk bed) with a small sitting area. There is a kitchenette including sink, small fridge, microwave and dishes. Linens can be provided for an additional cost.

Activity and Food Cost per weekAges
$395 / personAdult, Youth Ages 12 and Up
$300 / personChild, Ages 4 to 11
FreeAges 0-3

More Information

 
Pioneer is dedicated to providing a safe and fun retreat experience. We ask that each family respect the guidelines outlined so all families on site can have a comfortable and safe experience.

 

Family Expectations:

Each family will have their own designated room and washroom and we ask that families use designated washroom only. Upon arrival each family will have to complete the additional screening questionnaire.

Parents are responsible for their children. Frequent handwashing and mask wearing indoors is required in all hallways and common areas (personal rooms are an exception). Masks may be required at other times where social distancing may be difficult or is indoors (climbing wall). Parents are expected to enforce covid regulations for their children.

Meals are a great place to talk and enjoy time together. We ask that only one family member pick up food from the Dining Hall, and that no children enter the food pick up area. Sanitizing, mask wearing, and social distancing will be expected in the Dining Room and food pick up area. A designated picnic table will be provided outdoors for families to use as much as possible. In the case of inclement weather, limited indoor dining space will be provided. Please return all dishes to the designated dish area, please do not take dishes into sleeping accommodations.

 

Cleaning and Sanitizing

Additional cleaning in common areas will be provided on a regular basis. Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance of each building. Activity equipment (helmets, paddles etc.) will be cleaned/sanitized after each use. Please follow the activity instructions for equipment that will be given upon arrival. There will be indoor common areas for use on rainy days, please be aware that mask wearing will be required in all indoor common areas. Each of these areas will have regular cleaning but will not be cleaned between each use.

Meals are a great place to talk and enjoy time together. The Dining Hall will be open during designated meal times, and food will be served cafeteria style. Sanitizing, mask wearing, and social distancing will be expected in the Dining Room and food pick up area. A designated picnic table will be provided outdoors for families to use as much as possible. In the case of inclement weather, limited indoor dining space will be provided. Please return all dishes to the designated dish area, please do not take dishes into sleeping accommodations.

 

Menus will have well balanced options appropriate for all ages. Our Dining Hall will be open during mealtimes only for food and drinks. Please bring along any additional snacks/drinks that your family may need. Pioneer Camp will accommodate some dietary restrictions, as long as information is provided upon registration. This includes: lactose/dairy free diets, gluten free diets, vegetarian, and some food allergies. In extreme cases, guests will need to provide their own food and snacks. Please contact camp office for details or to speak with kitchen manager/cook. Pioneer Camp Ontario cannot guarantee to be a nut/peanut free environment. We do seek to reduce the risk of exposure and therefore do not use or serve peanuts, peanut products or tree nuts on camp property. Nuts or products containing nuts will not be available in our Tuck Shop. However the food we purchase may contain traces of nut products. We ask that you do not bring any kind of peanut or tree nut product to camp with you. There will be the option to purchase snacks (pop, chips, chocolate bars etc) from our Tuck Shop

Activities will be provided on a scheduled basis. All activities are optional and will be offered on an opt-in basis (sign up may be required), this includes the waterfront. Some activities will not be available every day, and some activities will have minimum age restrictions. There will be limited availability for lessons and guided excursions, more information will be provided upon arrival. All activities are for family units to enjoy together. If public health measures change in the upcoming months that will allow for more mixed group activities, we will communicate that as the information becomes available to us, including the possibility of separate children’s activities. At this time, parents are responsible for supervising and attending activities with their children.

 

Waterfront:

  • Swimming
  • Canoes
  • Kayaks
  • Sailboats
  • Paddleboats
  • Rowboats
 

Land Activities (Pioneer Staff Lead):

  • Archery
  • Axe Throwing
  • Climbing Wall
  • Guided Hikes
  • Crafts
 

Land Activities:

  • Playground
  • Frisbee Golf
  • Gaga Ball
  • Horseshoes
  • Bocce Ball
 

Lessons:

  • Canoeing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
 

Guided Excursions:

  • Fishing *Valid Fishing license needed for everyone ages 16 and older
  • Overnights at Campsite Bay or the Cliffs *additional cost

Sample Daily Schedule:

*A more detailed schedule will be provided upon arrival.

  • 8:00-9:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00-12:00 Daily Activity Options
  • 12:00-1:00 Lunch
  • 1:00-5:00 Daily Activity Options
  • 5:00-6:00 Dinner
  • 6:00-8:00 Family Challenge/Activity/Free Time/Tournament
  • 8:00-9:00 Evening Adventure (Campfire etc.)

  • Bedding (bedsheets and comforter or sleeping bag, pillow)
  • Towels (bath and beach)
  • Clothing
  • Sandles/Beach Shoes
  • Closed-Toed Shoes (some activities may require specific footwear ie: Mountain Biking)
  • Swimsuits and Towels
  • Water Bottles
  • Bug Spray
  • Sunscreen
  • Toiletries
  • Raincoat/Boots
  • Hat/Sunglasses
  • Flashlight/Headlamp
  • Refillable water bottle (camp dishes not allowed outside of the Dining Hall)
 

Other Recommended Items:

  • Lawn Chair
  • Swim Supports/Beach Toys – some limited toys may be available and designated to each family.
  • Stroller, Pack n Play, etc. for younger children
 

*Highchairs may be provided upon request.

*Activity Equipment provided for you includes helmets, bikes, canoes, paddles, lifejackets etc. If you would like to bring your own equipment, please feel free to do so.

*If you are renting a chalet a bug net will be provided for each bed.

Family Getaway FAQs

 
Accommodations are restricted to family units. As directed by Public Health regulations, family unit means people who reside in the same household. We would love for you to experience camp with family and friends. Separate bookings and accommodations are required for those outside of your household.
Arrival and check-in are Sunday afternoons between 3:00 and 5:00pm. Check-out and departure are Friday afternoons between 2:00 and 3:00pm. In order to ensure our facilities are clean and ready for the next group of guests we ask that you do not arrive prior to check-in and that you leave during the check-out period. Due to the level of cleaning required, we will not be offering early arrival or late departure options.
We are a pet-free facility, please plan for your pets to be cared for while you are away. Registered support animals will be permitted, please contact the office prior to registration to talk through accommodation options.
All activities are for family units to enjoy together. If public health measures change in the upcoming months that will allow for more mixed group activities, we will communicate that as the information becomes available to us, including the possibility of separate children’s activities. At this time, parents are responsible for supervising and attending activities with their children.
Pioneer Camp is an alcohol, cannabis, and smoke-free facility. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Our Tuck Shop will be open regularly throughout the week, the times will be posted outside the Tuck Shop. The store sells drinks, chocolate bars, chips, candy, souvenirs, and some clothing. We accept cash, debit, and most major credit cards.
Camp is a great place to take a break from technology and screens. Limited internet access can be granted upon request. Camp internet does not have adequate bandwidth for streaming. Please be aware that in some areas of camp cell phone reception is not dependable.
Pioneer Camp can accommodate most guests with dietary restrictions including vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free. For other restrictions or diets, please contact us prior to booking. We are a nut free facility. Please keep this in mind when bringing outside food or drink.
Yes, all activities and meals are optional, and your family is free to enjoy Muskoka. No credits will be offered for missed meals or activities. We ask that while off camp property you respect all current public health guidelines.
There are two local hospitals within a 20-minute drive to camp. Camp does not have nurses or doctors available while you are on site. Pioneer Staff who reside on site and will be available in an emergency, details will be provided upon arrival.
 

Subjected to Change: Last updated May 17, 2021

Register your family for a one of a kind, family adventure! With reduced capacity this summer, we expect spots to go quickly. Secure your spot today!

 

Have questions? Contact our team.