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A "TIME OF YOUR LIFE" Camp Experience
Camp Bellaleo

Camp Bellaleo

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2024 CAMPER REGISTRATION IS OPEN: 

REGISTER NOW!

Camp Bellaleo is excited to be using CampBrain - one of the leading camp management software companies in Canada!  CampBrain helps improve the overall user experience, making registration, payment, communication and all other camp-related processes easier than ever. To reserve your spot visit CampBrain Registration and create an account under “New user sign-up”. If you are a returning camper simply use the same email and password, and don't worry if you forgot your password, you can easily reset it! Visit the Rates & Dates page to see the Summer 2024 Sessions! 

“This was the first year I sent Farrah away to a summer camp, and what an amazing experience it was for her! Thanks to you all, my daughter has the most precious memories of a lifetime. She has not stopped raving about her experiences since she got home yesterday."

— Natasha (parent)

OPEN HOUSE 2024

To learn more information on the overnight camp experience, please join us at Camp Bellaleo on Sunday, June 30th from 11am to 3pm.
Parents, campers, and friends can enjoy a BBQ lunch, facility tour, swim in the pool, and most importantly, time to meet the amazing Bellaleo
leadership team! Open House is a great opportunity for new campers and their families to get comfortable with camp and ask important questions they may have in person. It's also a wonderful time for returning campers to reunite and get excited for the upcoming camp season! We hope to see you there!

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We give great thanks and honour to the First Peoples of Canada, for they have been the caretakers, spirit keepers, and the wisdom of this place we now call home. Camp Bellaleo is located on the traditional Indigenous territories of the: Haudenosaunee, Anishnabewaki, Odawa, Petun, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and Mississauga peoples. We acknowledge the Six Nations peoples who have traditionally lived where we are now and recognize this land as governed by the Haldimand Treaty of 1784. We are grateful to have the opportunity to meet and work on this land.

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