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Health and Safety

Medical care

Throughout the summer there are two registered nurses and a medical doctor on site. There is 911 service available and the local hospital, Haliburton Highlands Health Services, is located only ten minutes from camp.

STAFF Training

At camp your child is under the supervision of warm, caring and qualified staff.  With a 2:1 staff-to-camper ratio, your child is given the individual attention needed to thrive. We also ensure each activity is carefully supervised with properly trained and certified staff, from our National Lifeguard Service-trained swim instructors to our Wilderness First Aid-certified canoe trippers.


Camp White Pine uses only trusted and high-quality equipment. Everything at camp, from our ski boats to our high ropes elements,  meet (and often exceed) federal and provincial regulatory standards.

Emergency preparedness

While prevention is the best way to keep camp safe, we also regularly practice emergency procedures with the whole camp, ensuring each camper and staff member know exactly what to do in case of an emergency.

a leader in the camping industry

Camp Director Adam Kronick has been a health and safety leader in the camping industry for years. Most recently, Adam has served as President of the Ontario Camps Association (OCA), developing and revising health and safety standards for hundreds of camps across the province.