Camper Registration forms and payment information can be found at the bottom of the page.
Operating since 1999 The Knight’s Quest was started by a group of fathers wanting to give their sons a camping experience aimed at encouraging character development for boys aged 9-14.
Designed with a flavour of military discipline and the spirit of masculine adventure, campers are invited to enjoy the great outdoors by playing sports and taking part in traditional camping activities.
Knight’s Quest doesn’t promise clean clothes at the end of the week, but guarantees enough camaraderie, stories and memories to last until the next year!
The phone will be reserved for emergency use only. Should you need to contact anyone at the camp, you may call these numbers: (519) 872-7172 or (519) 319-6502. We will check for messages daily.
NOTE – The Park confirms that the water on site is from the City of London and is potable.
9 – 14 yrs old and have not attended high school.
Campers 8 yrs old can attend if their father attends.
* Fathers are welcomed for all or part of the week.
1 camper: $325 *
2 campers: $425 * (same family)
3 campers: $525 * (same family)
Camp T-shirt included
* Financial Assistance could be available with confidentiality, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
The Knight’s Quest has grown from 18 campers and four fathers to a full week of activities seeing 80 boys (campers and counsellors) forging lasting friendships, developing self confidence and enjoying a boy’s paradise.
* All water sports and swimming take place at Port Huron Provincial Park beach, away from the main group of bathers. At all times each person must wear a real life-jacket.
* We limit participation to 64 boys, along with twelve counsellors and fifteen fathers. The boys will be organized into four groups. All fathers are welcome.
Counsellors aged 15 and over develop their leadership skills as they lead their teams through a week of activities and in managing their camping space, cooking, and enjoying meals together.
Embedded throughout the week’s activities, the concept of “servant leadership” is emphasized and taught, and counsellors and leaders are challenged to mentor their campers with that concept in mind.
Space is limited. First come-first served
BY MAIL – Send cheque payable to Family Foundations Institute and signed Registration/Waiver Form to:
Family Foundations Institute – Knight’s Quest
203 Reycraft Avenue
Contact PRIOR to Camp
For all enquiries prior to Camp, contact camp coordinators:
Peter Aarssen 519-384-8031
Harry Lamb 519-641-7957
Brian Simpson 519-872-7172
Mike Whelan 519-639-8025
Port Burwell Provincial Park
Port Burwell, ON N0J 1T0