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Tim Horton Onondaga Farms opened in June 2002 on 400 acres of rolling hills and wetlands in St. George, Ontario. With a focus on agriculture and the environment, the camp introduces campers to sustainable food production and nature conservation through a partnership with Ducks Unlimited.

Camp Features
Outdoor Programs & Facilities Indoor Programs & Facilities
  • Over 400 acres of rolling hills and wetlands with trail system
  • Over 20 ponds jointly managed by Onondaga Farms and Ducks Unlimited
  • Over 100 bird boxes throughout the property
  • Working farm with cattle, horses, sheep and a variety of market vegetables
  • Greenhouses for growing plants and vegetables
  • Sports field
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • High and low ropes challenge courses
  • 30' climbing tower
  • Orienteering course
  • Canoeing and kayaking
  • Outdoor theatre and campfire area
  • Observatory with 20-foot dome and 16-inch aperture telescope
  • Computer labs
  • Audio-visual & digital photography labs
  • Creative Arts Lab
  • Comfortable meeting spaces in the centre of each bunkhouse
  • Classroom-type meeting spaces in the Eco-Centre


Tim Horton Onondaga Farms

RR #2, 264 Glen Morris Road East
St. George, Ontario
N0E 1N0
Tel: (519) 448-1264

From Highway 401
  • Follow Highway 401, to exit 282 in Cambridge
  • Take exit 282, and follow Highway 24 South (through Cambridge) towards Brantford
  • Highway 24 becomes Hespeler Road – follow this all the way South through Cambridge
  • Keep going South on Highway 24 from the South end of Cambridge
  • Turn left onto Glen Morris Road East
    (NOTE: you may first notice a green road sign pointing you towards the town of Glen Morris – DO NOT turn here! Keep going up the hill. At the top of the hill, where the passing lane merges back into one lane, is Glen Morris Road East. Turn Left here!)
  • The entrance to camp will be on your right, only 1 kilometre from the highway
From the QEW / Highway 403
  • From the QEW, get onto Highway 403, towards Brantford
  • Take the Brantford exit for Highway 24 North (towards Cambridge)
  • From the exit, turn left and then right onto King George Road, going North
  • Follow King George Road, which turns into Highway 24, going North
  • Turn right at Glen Morris Road East
    (NOTE: You’ll find Glen Morris Road East about 8 kilometres north of the Highway 24 / Governor’s Road, #99 intersection)
  • The entrance to camp will be on your right, only 1 kilometre from the highway