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Woodland Trails- Adventureland Summer Programs 2022

Woodland Trails Camp has been offering the Adventureland summer camp program for over 50 years. This year we are pleased to offer both traditional summer Day Camp options (ages 6-12) as well as Weekend Family Camping options. We are also excited to offer our highly successful Leadership-in-Training program for youth ages 12-17.

Woodland Trails has an abundance of great on-site amenities that both campers and weekend family campers will enjoy, including an Olympic-size pool, bouldering wall, archery, beach volleyball, basketball courts, mountain biking, hiking trails, nighttime star stories, laser tag, trapping/logging programs and so much more.

General Information

Adventureland Day Camp/LIT: 

Monday: 8 am – 6 pm  

Tuesday: 8 am – 6 pm   

Wednesday: 8 am – 6 pm 

Thursday: 8 am – 6 pm  

Friday: 8 am – 6 pm  

Saturday: CLOSED  

Sunday: CLOSED

Adventureland Weekend Family Camp: 

Monday: 11 am-5pm 

Tuesday: 10 am – 11 am (for checkout only) 

Wednesday: CLOSED 

Thursday: 5 pm (check in only) 

Friday: 9 am – 7:30 pm  

Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm  

Sunday: 9 am – 5 pm 

Woodland Trails Map

Location: Woodland Trails Camp 14919 Kennedy Road, Stouffville ON L4A 7X5  

North of Whitchurch-Stoufville, exit highway 404 at Aurora Side Rd. 

Washroom Facilities: Plastic Kybo’s are available in public areas for guests to use and will be cleaned regularly and in accordance with public health guidelines. Flush toilets are available to lodge guests only. All Family Camp guests will have access to their own private Kybo or flush toilet. Showers are available as part of the pre-swim procedure at the pool. Guests may shower during their swim slot only.

Camp Store/Tuck Shop: Snacks, ice cream, drinks, gear, crests, Scouts Canada and Woodland Trails items can be purchased at the store during hours of operation. We are also proud to sell maple syrup, made on site from our own trees! Overnight guests may also purchase firewood.


  • Tennis/badminton/pickle ball
  • Beach volleyball court
  • Archery
  • Ball hockey area
  • Basketball court
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Bouldering Wall
  • Trail access
  • Mountain Biking
  • Picnic areas
  • Quidditch

Adventureland Day Camps

For summer 2022, Adventureland is pleased to once again be offering weekly summer Day Camp starting on July 4th and ending August 26th, 2022. Day Camps for youth ages 6-12 will be offered on a weekly basis from Monday to Friday and will provide youth a variety of interactive, engaging outdoor activities. 

With great on-site amenities, youth can expect their day to be filled with activities such as swimming (in our Olympic-sized pool), mountain biking, wood working, arts and crafts, basketball, archery, survival lessons and trail hikes.  We also have a bouldering (climbing) wall, beach volleyball courts and a ball hockey area.  Additional activities include tennis/badminton/pickle ball courts, ecology, laser tag and trapping/logging. 


Weekly Themes

  1. July 4th-8th, Star Wars (SOLD OUT)
  2. July 11th-15th, Vikings (SOLD OUT)
  3. July 18th-22nd, Spy (SOLD OUT)
  4. July 25th-29th, Harry Potter (SOLD OUT)
  5. August 1st-5th, Jurassic Park
  6. August 8th-12th, Medieval Times (SOLD OUT)
  7. August 15th-19th, Around The World In 5 Days
  8. August 22nd-26th, Pirates



Day Camping Pricing

Adventureland’s weekly Day Camp programs are offered at $249 as a special early bird rate, and $299 after that. Early-bird pricing ends May 1, 2022.

Day Camp More Details

Register Here

Adventureland- Leadership-In-Training

Adventureland’s traditional Leadership-in-Training (LIT) provides adolescents (12–17 years) with vast opportunities for personal and professional development. This weekly day-program will be designed with outdoor adventure, personal growth and community-building in mind. We endeavour to excite and challenge our youth with adventure while placing an emphasis on safety. LIT youth will have the opportunity to enjoy all of our wonderful programming while supporting younger campers in a leadership role.

LIT’s will be trained to help campers with issues like homesickness, conflict resolution, and team building. They will also have time away from campers to work on their own team building exercises within the LIT program. The program allows youth to gain valuable experience, either for a potential camp position, a future job elsewhere or whatever adventure they choose next. LIT’s can also gain their community service hours as part of the program.


Leadership-In-Training Pricing

Adventureland’s weekly LIT Day programs are offered at $249 as a special early bird rate, and $299 after that. Early-bird pricing ends May 1, 2022.

For more information. 

Woodland Trails LIT

Register Here

Adventureland Weekend Family Camp


Starting July 8th – Scouting Families can enjoy WEEKEND camping at Adventureland/Woodland Trails

Adventureland Weekend Family Camp is a combined camping and programming experience for Scouting families. Available on weekends throughout the summer, starting July 8th, families will have great camping options in a variety of settings, including tent sites, cabins, ‘villages’ and even a full caboose train car! Families can also take part in great instructor-lead programing including, archery, star hikes, swimming, mountain biking, laser tag, outdoor education and much more.  All camp amenities are open and available to families to enjoy each weekend.  

Woodland Trails offered this family camping model through Adventureland in 2021 and due to its success has brought it back in 2022.  It’s a great way to allow Scouting families to get out and enjoy nature while exploring some of Scouts Canada’s amazing camp properties. Families camping or visiting Woodland Trails must maintain their family bubbles at all times while on the property. 


Adventureland Weekend Instructor-Led Programming:

Archery: Ever wanted to try archery? Well, now you can! Join our instructor for a safety and skill-based lesson followed by target practice with coaching.

Outdoor Education/Ecology: Learn more about the flora and fauna of the Oak Ridges Moraine as we get outside and see what Woodland Trails has to offer. Instructor’s will cover several topics related to animal life, ecology, environmental protection and the current partnerships we have to promote sustainable use of the forest.

 Survival: Join our instructor to learn more about the great outdoors and how to survive for extended periods in an outdoor emergency. Topics covered include food, water, fire building, shelter building, medicinal plants and more!


Trapping and Logging: Throw on some plaid and prepare to dive into the history of trapping and logging in Ontario. Learn about the different traps and how they work, see pelts from various animals and see how different logging tools helped harvest trees in years past.

Mountain Biking: Start with a basic safety lesson before enjoying our road trail or for more advanced bikers, try our forest mountain biking trail.

 Star Hikes: Join us at night in Beaver Meadow for a safely distanced astronomy lesson. Learn about the history behind the constellations and keep an eye out for shooting stars!


 Swimming: Join us for a refreshing swim in our Olympic sized pool! Our pool is fully staffed with certified life guards.


Laser Tag: Do you have what it takes to best your family in a classic laser tag shoot-out? Find out as you challenge them all in family show down!


Wood Working: Interested in designing your own one of a kind project? Reach out to us at to make arrangements for this new and exciting program. Small additional costs may be associated with this program depending on the project undertaken.


Adventureland Weekend Camp – Self-Directed Programming:

Options For those interested in growing and learning independently, program-in-a-box materials will be available to borrow from the camp office. This may include orienteering, geocaching, crafts, tree identification, outdoor cooking, shelter building, bird watching and more!


Overnight Accommodations – Tents, Cabins & More

Overnight Accommodations

How to Book Family Adventure Camp

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Woodland Trails Map

Woodland Trails Map

Camp Rules, Guidelines and COVID-19 Safety

The rules and regulations of the camp will be discussed with each camper on the first day of camp. Campers are not permitted to wander off unsupervised or leave camper groups without permission. We reserve the right to dismiss/suspend any camper who continually displays disruptive or unsafe behaviour. This is to ensure the utmost safety of all participants.

If medication is required, please ensure that this information is on your child’s registration form. It must be in a secure package (e.g., Ziploc bag) and delivered to the staff at camp. The medication is to be labelled as follows: Camper’s name, program/dates, type of medication and dosage, treatment, and reason for medication. Medication will be stored with our Day Camp Director and will be given as you have directed. Please advise us if there are any changes to medication during your child’s stay.

All Lost & Found articles will be stored in the Check in Shack until the end of each week. Please check the Lost & Found on Friday afternoons. After the camp season, lost & found will be sorted and only those deemed valuable will be kept at the Summer Office until the end of summer, at which time any unclaimed articles will be donated to a charitable organization.

Our summer programs will be planned in alignment with the Ministry of Health Day Camp guidelines and York Regional Public Health guidelines. Any changes to this guidance may result in changes to camp offerings, protocols, services, and/or cancellations of programs/services with little notice. Measures that will be in place to ensure a safe and healthy camping experience include but aren’t limited to:

  • Scouts Canada mandatory vaccine policy for all staff & youth 12+
  • Staff roles dedicated to routine cleaning and equipment disinfection
  • Sign-up systems and limited capacity in group settings for programming & activities
  • Outdoor programming as much as possible; designated indoor locations for each cohort in inclement weather
  • No food services
  • Masking indoors & distancing requirements (as determined by Public Health)
  • Daily screening tool for staff & campers

Woodland Trails – FAQ’s

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