Camp Kodiak is an integrated, non-competitive camp serving children and teens with and without ADHD, LD, and high-functioning ASD. Our campers range in age from 6 to 18. We are located 2 hours north of Toronto, Ontario. Many of our campers are from the Chicago area. Complimentary airport service is provided.
The Kodiak program includes a SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAM, an ACADEMIC PROGRAM and 50+ sports and activities. We build confidence and self-esteem by structuring all activities -- athletic, artistic and social -- to ensure success. We emphasize cooperation rather that competition. With over 50 sports, crafts, cultural and educational activities, all of our campers can find several different activities at which they can excel. Our staff members never miss the opportunity to recognize and celebrate these successes.
The Kodiak staff includes teachers, social workers, child & youth workers and recreation specialists. Our camper-to-staff ratio is 2-to-1 and the cabin groups are small. Our staff includes a doctor and three nurses. They administer all medication and are available 24 hours a day.
Our facilities include modern, lakefront, log cabins with full bathrooms and showers, 425 acres of land and 2 1/2 miles of waterfront. Our extensive indoor and outdoor facilities mean that the fun never stops, rain or shine. We are accredited members of the Ontario Camps Association and the Canadian Camping Association.
Camp Kodiak has been helping campers experience success since 1991. It was founded by David Stoch and continues to be a family-owned business. His three daughters are all teachers who have extensive experience working with students with special needs in the classroom and camp environments. They have been a part of Camp Kodiak since its inception and continue working to achieve their father’s vision for each camper who attends.