Camp Ahmek and Camp Wapomeo

Camp Ahmek and Camp Wapomeo are brother-sister camps. The camps provide a unique summer camp experience. The way in which the camps are set up have the Ahmek boys on the mainland and the Wapomeo girls on two beautiful islands. The camps co-exist, sharing activity spaces and getting together for Intercamp events and evening programs. […]

Mail Call

How mail works at the Taylor Statten Camps Mail call – Letters, care packages and emails are something that Camp Ahmek and Camp Wapomeo campers look forward to everyday. Mail is checked Monday – Friday in the afternoon and brought to the receptionists to be sorted according to section or special trip. Each section has […]

Algonquin Park and Canadian Artists

Algonquin Park and Canadian Artists     Algonquin Park is a popular location for Canadian artists. It’s beautiful scenery and colourful landscape epitomize the Canadian Wilderness. The connection that Canoe Lake and TSC have with art is one that is very unique. The following is an excerpt from The Fires of Friendship, a book compiled […]

Canoeing and Canoe Trips

Canoeing and Canoe Trips An important contribution to life at Ahmek and Wapomeo came in the form of canoeing instruction. Most of the distinctive style can be traced to Bill Stoqua of the Golden Lake First Nation. Stoqua’s prize pupils at Ahmek were the Hayhurst brothers, Bill, George and Tom; the Perry brothers, Karl and […]

Sun Safety at TSC

Greetings from Canoe Lake! The staff at Taylor Statten are busy preparing for the anticipated arrival of the July campers. We can’t wait to get into the full swing of summer and get to know everyone. Before the session starts, we prepare our staff with the appropriate safety procedures and policies to ensure a healthy […]