Camp Misquah operates on Lac Bitobi near Gracefield, Québec. The site is continually renovated and includes a dining hall that seats 100 people comfortably with a modern kitchen. Campers and staff are housed in log cabins that overlook the lake. A path connects all cabins to the washroom buildings. There are showers and laundry facilities as well as a medical center staffed by qualified first aid providers. A nearby clinic is available while the Maniwaki hospital is 30 minutes away, in case of emergency. The site is not yet wheelchair accessible.
The spectacular setting of Camp Misquah provides a natural location for a wide range of fun and stimulating activities. These are designed to develop the camper’s recreation and living skills. Large grassy fields are available for sports of all kinds. The sand bottom lake and large beach allow for great swimming (with lesson), fishing, canoeing and pedal boating. Nearby forests and hills are perfect for nature hikes. Other activities include music, dances, crafts and movie and talent nights.
The best way to meet our guest’s special needs is to provide professional, caring staff members. For that reason, the camper-staff ratio is kept at 2:1. Staff are chosen for their experience, skills, and maturity. Many staff members are bilingual and in addition are instructed in basic sign language, first aid, behaviour management as well as search and rescue. The waterfront staff are NLS certified.
For your convenience, deluxe coaches are provided to and from Camp Misquah, originating at a central location in Ottawa.
Have a Look
Watch the video below to see what Misquah looks like, what types of activities you can expect and to hear what some of the staff and campers say.