The 20th anniversary reunion is almost here!
Here is what you need to know for the June 21-23 weekend…
1) What to bring
2) Check in / registration
3) Parking
4) Directions to Walmart and to camp
5) FAQs
1) What to bring
Bedding, either twin bed sheets and blanket, or sleeping bag, plus pillow. If you’re using a sleeping bag, you may wish to bring a twin contour sheet for the mattress
Usual camp items: flashlight, bugspray/bug jacket, sunhat, sunscreen, towel, bathing suit, toiletries, raincoat. Biodegradable shampoo is supplied at the dock for hair washing
Mementos: photos, scrapbooks, anything from your camp days including greenies (especially if they fit!)
Raffle:  items for the raffle table – new, or made with your loving hands
Bring an Onawaw songbook if you have one.
Paddles and PFDs are supplied by the camp.
NOTE: PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN REUSABLE WATER BOTTLE TO CAMP. All water is potable. No bottled water will be provided this year.  

2) Check in / registration
Please let us know if you are not arriving until Saturday.
Friday, June 21:         
3 p.m. Registration, including cabin assignment, at the playing field                
3-5 p.m. Set up your bunk; swimming and other camp activities
5-7 p.m. Summer Solstice cocktail party on the tennis court
8 p.m. Dinner in the lodge
For those arriving on Saturday, proceed to the lodge for check in and cabin assignment. 
A full schedule of weekend events will be posted in the lodge.
3) Parking

Please carpool if possible. Parking at camp can be very limited. Weather for the weekend looks warm and relatively dry. We can park at Camp Wabanaki. There is no need to park at Walmart. Please follow the driving directions directly to camp.

Driving from Toronto on Highway 11: Take Muskoka Rd 3/Aspdin Rd west approximately three kilometres. Turn right onto Bethune Rd North (at Wabanaki sign) and travel to the end of the road.
Driving from the east: Highway 60 through Algonquin Park, through Huntsville to Highway 11. Take Highway 11 south two exits to Muskoka Rd 3/Aspdin Rd. and proceed as above.
5) Frequently asked questions
a) What if I have food sensitivities or limitations of any kind?
Wabanaki will be providing vegan options at every meal. Soy, rice and almond milk will be kept in the fridge behind the counter. You may bring your own food items and store them in the fridge in the lodge. If you have identified food concerns on your registration form, your needs will be accommodated as well as possible in a camp setting.
For those with physical limitations, there are cabins with en suite (!) washrooms.
When you check in on Friday afternoon, remind us of any needs you may have.
b) When do I have to let you know if I am staying until Monday?
If you have not already done so, please tell us when you check in on Friday, June 21.
c) What if I need help with my gear?
The Wabanaki counsellors are very accommodating and will be able to help you, at the camp and at the Walmart parking lot.
d) When is departure time?
Departure is any time Sunday or right after breakfast on Monday, June 24. Wabanaki is an operating camp and it is essential that we vacate soon after breakfast so that the camp staff can get ready for the next group.
e) What time is lights out?
We’re all adults now…there’s no such thing as lights out! Yip! However, you may want to join your friends for coffee on the dock each morning at 7 a.m.
Breakfast is at 8:30 each morning, following an optional morning dip.
f) What activities are planned for the weekend and do I need to bring any special equipment?
Our reunion can be as active or relaxing as you wish. Bring your bathing suit and towel for swimming. Wabanaki provides paddles, PFDs, etc. for canoeing, sailing, kayaking, motorboat rides, etc. Bring a mat for the Saturday yoga class if you wish. Otherwise, there will be some available. Walking shoes are a good idea for those planning to explore the island or further afield.
g) Do I need any money for the weekend?
If you have not yet paid for the weekend, please mail your $220 cheque payable to Betsy Rothwell, 3991 Aspdin Rd., Utterson, P0B 1M0  or make a e-transfer for $220 to betsyrothwell@gmail.com  Payment on site is cash or cheque only.
Your weekend registration is all-inclusive for food, drinks (including beer and wine), activities, accommodation, etc.
However, there will be a fun raffle during the weekend, with wonderful prizes donated by campers and others. The money raised goes to the Onawaw Margaret Govan Fund and Wabanaki’s capital costs. The raffle team is able to accept cash and cheques only.
h) Internet access
Want to Skype with friends while you are at camp? Please bring your own laptop/tablet if you anticipate needing internet access during the weekend. There will be free WiFi in the lodge 24/7. Cell phone service from major carriers is generally reliable at the camp.
Suggestion: Print this page and bring it with you.