As a fully accredited member of the Ontario Camps Association, Camp Kintail maintains the highest standards of safety, leadership, food, water, and sanitation:

  • Regular visits and approval by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Huron County Health Unit confirm that our kitchen, washrooms, sleeping areas, and site meet with Provincial regulations.
  • Campers’ health, safety, and comfort are essential for a memorable camp experience. Feather’s, our summer infirmary, is well equipped to provide quality care, with the additional support of local hospitals nearby.
  • A registered nurse or licensed paramedic is always on site and they work closely with staff to ensure camper care, safety and health.
  • All staff members have training in first aid and hold Standard First Aid Certificates and CPR “C”.
  • Waterfront staff all hold National Lifeguarding Service certification, as well there are several staff members who hold Bronze Cross certification.
  • All staff and volunteers undergo criminal background checks.
  • Meals are generous, well planned and nutritious. Served in a ‘family style’ setting, three balanced meals and a bedtime snack are served daily. Meal plans follow Canada’s Food Guide.
  • We work hard at being a “Nut-Aware” Facility.  While we do not serve any food prepared with nut products and ask all our guests to comply by the same policy, we can not guarantee a “nut-free” environment.  We take food and other allergies very seriously.
  • Camp Kintail follows the Leading with Care Policy of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
  • We have a new state of the art water treatment system that includes chlorination.
  • Our water is tested daily and we have several “Small Drinking Water Systems Operators” on staff to meet with all Ontario water legislation.  Our water testing is monitored by an outside company.