The Summer Camp program is the heart and soul of Camp Mi-A-Kon-Da. Started in 1955 by Mary and Jock Liddell, it has grown and evolved over the years to become what it is today.
Girls ages 7-16 register for 2 or 4 week sessions during July and August. During their stay at camp, girls are placed in a tent-cabin of four or five and each group has their own counsellor. The small groups allow for strong friendships to form quickly and with 100 campers registered each session, new campers quickly find a place in the tight-knit community.
While at camp, campers have the freedom to choose from a wide variety of activities to participate in each day. Mi-A-Kon-Da offers a broad range of activities including rock climbing, canoeing, and sailing. Campers can participate in activities recreationally, or work towards achieving a badge or established level of skill. All activities are instructed by our skilled staff, who work with campers to teach them new skills. You can learn more about our activities on our Activity Overview page.
Every day of camp is packed with fun for everyone! From eating delicious food to trying out archery to exploring the island during one of our evening programs, campers are never bored at Mi-A-Kon-Da. Check out our A Day at Camp page to get an introduction into what a camper’s day might be like at Mi-A-Kon-Da.