A Few Words About Us
Noronto is a special place, located in the heart of Northern Ontario. A beautiful pristine location on Lake Nipissing, makes it a favourite spot for families and youth to come and share in the beauty of nature and the stillness of God.
Each year a reunion is planned which is open to everyone. It consists of family based activities centered around nature and God.
The experience begins with camping activities which range from cabin and dorm facilities, to trailers or tents and sleeping bags.
Two meals a day are included in the weekly registration fee.
Activities throughout the week include worship services, classes for all ages and recreational activities. The week is full, but fulfilling.
Noronto has been a part of the camping experience since 1958 and continues to provide an excellent retreat from the trials of the world, shared with sincere and concerned individuals who are always willing to reach out and share talents, strengths and stories with those who are in need or distressed. It is also a place where we come to meet friends we have made over the years. Children who attended Noronto in their younger years have now taken on roles of responsibility to provide the same opportunity to others as the cycle continues.
If you would like more information or you would like to talk to someone about Noronto or the possibility of attending a reunion or camp, please email us at...
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How to get to Camp Noronto
We are found in North Monetville, Ontario
(Take Highway 69 to Rutter, east on Highway 64 past North Monetville and then just past the first bridge, where the highway crosses the west end of Lake Nipissing). Our entrance is off of Pinewood Road before you get to the next bridge. Turn left and follow the signs back into the grounds
Coming from the north, follow #17 Hwy to Vernor. Turn south on Hwy 64. When you pass Lavigne set your odometer and go approx. 20 kilometers past Lavigne to where a bridge crosses over the channel of the west arm of Lake Nipissing. Turn right onto Pinewood Road. If you go over the second bridge at Sucker Creek, you have gone too far.
Hope to see you there!