contact us

Camp Office: 1 (705) 762-5333
Fax: 1 (705) 762-8083
Email: office@beaconbiblecamp.com


Camp Location and Mailing Address:
4488 Southwood Road
Torrance, ON POC 1MO

 

Visit our contact page for maps, staff contact information and more!

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4488 Southwood Road
Torrance, ON, P0C 1M0
Canada

(705) 762-5333

Beacon Bible Camp is a non-profit organization that exists to provide an adventurous Christian camping experience where people, particularly youth, can be encouraged to respond to the gospel of the Lord Jesus and to grow in their Christian life.

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Fall / Spring Retreats

 

Beacon is the perfect place for your group!

Come and enjoy your retreat in our beautiful and pristine Muskoka wilderness setting. Whether it is during the world famous colours of fall, or the budding refreshment of spring, Beacon provides clean and comfortable accommodation, wholesome home-style cooking and plenty of activities to keep your group busy all while enjoying the water and woods of Muskoka.

 
 
 
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Facilities

 
CabinsType and # of bedsWashroom Facilities
*7 General CabinsEach with 4 bunk beds and 2 single beds (Capacity of 70)Shared washroom in separate building
Lakeview5 bunk beds and 1 single bed (Capacity of 11)Shared washroom in separate building
Maple (2 rooms)3 bunk beds and 1 single bed in each room (Capacity of 14)Shared washroom in separate building
Director's Cabin (2 rooms)2 rooms: 1 double bed, 1 bunk bed (Each with a capacity of 3 or 4)Full washroom in each room
Wheelhouse6 rooms with up to two bunk beds per room (Capacity of 21)3 full washrooms
Cookhouse4 rooms with bunk beds, 2 pull-out couches (Capacity of 12-14)2 full washrooms
Crowsnest4 rooms with bunk beds (Capacity of 17)2 full washrooms
Worker's Cabins2 rooms each, 2 single beds in each room (Capacity of 8)Share Crowsnest washrooms

*All cabins are insulated, and a space heater is provided, making them appropriate for spring or fall use if needed.

 
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Activities

 

OUTDOOR

Canoeing
Kayaking
Paddle Boating
Sailing
Hiking
Challenge Course
Traverse Wall
Stilts
Giant Checkers
Volleyball
Tetherball
Horseshoes
Shuffle Board
Playground and Swings

INDOOR

Indoor Basketball (Gym)
Indoor Soccer (Gym)
Floor Hockey (Gym)
Board Games
Table Tennis (Town Hall)
Singing (Projector provided in the Town Hall)
TV/VCR Provided
Books & Magazines

Trading Post (Camp Store)

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What to bring

You will need to bring a pillow, and a sleeping bag or bedding (sheets, a blanket/comforter, etc.). Bring your personal toiletries, towels and washcloths, flashlight, Bible, skates, weather appropriate clothing (extra warm clothes for when things get wet) and anything else that you think will make for a great weekend away.

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Meals

A menu will be posted, with a fully-stocked fridge and heating/cooking instructions for meals. Groups are responsible for meal preparation. For winter groups, the cooking has been simplified to minimize the time required for preparation. For spring/fall groups, the menu requires more involvement. You should consider bringing 2 or 3 people who will be responsible for food preparation and kitchen clean up duties during your stay. 

S A M P L E   M E N U   P L A N :

 
 

FRIDAY

Evening Snack
Nachos
Tea & Coffee
Hot Chocolate
Cold drink

SATURDAY

Breakfast
Scrambled Eggs
Bacon
Toast & Jam
Cold Cereal
Orange Juice
Tea & Coffee

Lunch
Shepherd's Pie
Lettuce Salad
Applesauce Cake
Cold Drink
Tea & Coffee 

Dinner
Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Soup
Veggies & Dip
Crackers
Canned Peaches
Cold Drink
Tea & Coffee

Evening Snack
Pita and Hummus
Hot Chocolate
Cold Drink

SUNDAY

Breakfast
Pancakes & Syrup
Sausages
Cold Cereal
Orange Juice
Tea & Coffee

Lunch
Lasagna
Caesar Salad
Garlic Bread Sticks
Raspberry Squares
Cold Drink
Tea & Coffee

 
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Rates and Details

1. A deposit of $250.00 is required to secure the reservation date. The fees for your weekend should be paid in full prior to leaving camp at the end of your weekend. Payment for the weekend can either be paid in cash or by one cheque made out to Beacon Bible Camp.

2. A standard weekend begins Friday evening after supper and concludes on Sunday after lunch.

3. In order for us to cover our costs for the weekend and to make efficient use of the facilities we generally require that winter groups bring at least 25 people and Spring/Fall groups bring at least 60 people. If your group is unable to meet these requirements, call the Beacon office to inquire about our small group rates. Beacon reserves the right to double book should the occasion arise to do so.

4. In order for Beacon to make proper preparations you must provide us with the final number of persons in your group by calling the Beacon office 2 days prior to your arrival.

5. Beacon reserves the right to retain the deposit upon cancellation of a rental less than 30 days prior to the reservation date.

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Camp Rental Guidelines

 

1. Smoking, gambling, drugs and alcohol are prohibited at camp.

2. Any vandalism to the property will be charged to the individual or rental group at replacement value.

3. Pets, motor boats or ski-doos may not be brought to camp.

4. The telephone is to be used for emergencies only. Long distance calls should either be collect, or placed on a credit or calling card.

 
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Inquire about Availability

Complete the form below, or call us at (705) 762-5333 to inquire about availability.

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Start Date
Start Date
Please let us know what dates you are interested in
End Date
End Date
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Rental Package

(All of the details needed to plan your retreat)

 

Please note: If your group is not insured, please inform us of this on the rental contract. Insurance arrangements can be made for weekend coverage of your group. A small charge will apply.

Please be as specific as possible when completing the form.

If you require any additional information in order to complete this form please contact the Beacon Bible Camp office.

In order to complete this form or to sign as a contact person, you must be at least 22 years or older.