Silver Lake strives to be a place of inclusion for everyone of any race, religion, social or economic status, gender and sexual orientation.
The Inclusion Program facilitates the inclusion of children with developmental needs into the regular program with campers their own age. This gives an opportunity for any camper requiring more attention and care to participate and allows for learning and growth within the entire camp community. Please note that most facilities are not wheelchair accessible.
Silver Lake Mennonite Camp has a Campership Fund that provides financial assistance for children who would otherwise be unable to attend camp because of financial constraints. Additional information is available here – Campership Fund
Silver Lake is located near Sauble Beach, Ontario near the shores of Lake Huron. The property is 150 acres of forests and fields with two large lakes (Silver Lake and Carson Lake). The dining hall and kitchen complex (rebuilt in 2011 following a fire) is the heart of camp with sleeping cabins (all new since 2012) nestled into the bushes to the north and south of the dining hall. Staff, facilities, food and program are second to none and are the backbone to creating life-changing experiences for campers.
Founded in 1961, Silver Lake has a rich history.
Silver Lake Mennonite Camp strives to provide an enjoyable setting where spiritual and personal growth are fostered. This occurs primarily during summer camp, outdoor education and retreats through community living, personal discovery, outdoor skills and environmental caring.