Camp B’nai Brith of Ottawa overnight accommodations include: staff /guest housing, cabins, bunks AND tenting. The basic bunk cabin is included in the base price.  You will be billed an additional charge if you prefer an upgraded room. All accommodations are rustic, simple, clean and functional. All cabins have electricity.

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BASIC CABINS (4 to 8 Adults):

There will be many bunk beds in the room. Each person get a whole bunk to themselves, so no one will need to sleep on a top bunk. Many attendees find it convenient to sleep on the bottom bunk and to store their luggage on the top one.



These are on a first come first serve basis.   These rooms are a mishmash using staff cabins, infirmary, and camper cabins. We made an effort to keep a 1 to 4 ratio of bathroom to people on all housing, though this may vary from one area of camp to another.


Limited rooms are still available 

Singles may be staff housing, infirmary rooms, or cabins to which only one person is assigned. These rooms have twin or bunk beds. Although there may or may not be more than one bed in the room, only one person will be assigned to the room. Bathrooms will usually be shared, but are in the same building.


Beds are either a double or a queen.  These rooms share a hallway bathroom with other premium rooms.


Limited rooms are still available 

These rooms are the same as the singles with the difference being there at least two beds of some type. They can be twin sized beds, bunk beds or mixture of both.  We count bunk beds as one bed, as we do not expect you will use the top bunk.


Attendees who wish to do may bring a tent, and set them up in a designated tenting area. Restrooms and showers will be made available for tenters' use.


There will be very limited wheelchair-accessible accommodations. You will need to be able to get in and out of your vehicle to drive down the road to join everyone in the main area. If you are in need of accessible accommodations, please contact us prior to registering so we can ensure appropriate accommodations are available.  

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