Field Trip to Limberlost Forest

  • 5 back country campsites you can drive up to and park onsite
  • Lee North 4-8, if you'd like to research the area before Sept
  • 6 people/site
  • outhouse on each site, NO showers
  • drinking water at Tuck Shop- 15 mins drive from sites
  • Lee North 4 is our water access site, our canoes, kayaks and floaties will be on this site
  • All food MUST be kept in cars
  • many lakes, many trails, many views
  • You will need ALL camp gear and food!
  • It is the responsibility of the campers to transport themselves to camp
  • We are living outside for a weekend, pack for ALL weather, this is Northern Ontario
  • non reactive dogs and pets are welcome
  • your children are welcome! gays have kids, and love watching them experience the outdoors through their brand new lenses

Cozy Cabin weekend at Cedars

Oct 4-6, Payment installments available- contact us by email!

Cedars on Lake Eugenia, is a cabin and cottage resort nestled in the best parts of Beaver Valley.

We have held all 9 cabins to host the cutest Autumn Camp weekend.

  • 21 bedrooms, each hold 2 people.
  • 2 & 3 bedroom cabins- you'll have cabin mates!
  • each cabin comes with complete full kitchen, bathroom with shower, BBQ, fire pit, bedding on the beds, TV and dining tables (for card nights of course.)
  • Paddle boats and canoes can be used to paddle the lake, through the long grasses to the Beaver River.
  • Friday night pot luck charcuterie style
  • Songs around the Campfire
  • Saturday Morning brunch served up by Chef Skylar on the beach.
  • afternoon trip to Eugenia Falls & Old Baldy hike for the best views of Beaver Valley
  • Beaver Valley and Grey Highlands is famous for it's dining experiences - go out for dinner, or stay at the resort and pot luck all our BBQs together
  • Saturday Yoga class offered by Cedars.
  • Sunday- slow morning- give back project & depart.
  • Meet us at Marilyn's for the best brunch ever!
  • This event is being sold by ROOM for the weekend- 2 people max. (1) purchase means you have a room in a cabin for the weekend!

What is the Refund/Exchange policy?

All sales are FINAL - There will be NO refunds or exchanges. We simply do not have capacity to organize the changes that cancellations cause. Hidden costs - venue fees, rental fees, insurance

AQC family friendly?

We are not here to create more barriers for anyone to join us outside! The vibes are family, connection and community- and around the fire we may have drinks and smokes. You decide.

Are pets allowed?

Yes, we are dog friendly.

Please be cool humans, and bring your low key, laid back cool dogs. Clean up after them!

What do I need to bring with me?

As you prepare for your A Queer Camp adventure, here's a handy checklist of essentials to ensure you have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable experience:

  1. Roof: Where are you sleeping? For Limberlost you need TENTS only!! Include your beds and bedding.
  2. Clothing: Pack appropriate clothing for the weather conditions, including layers for cooler evenings and comfortable attire for outdoor activities. Think of RAIN! Add extra socks and towels.
  3. Personal Items: Don't forget essentials such as toiletries, sunscreen, insect repellent, and any necessary medications.
  4. Camp Gear: Bring any camping gear you'll need, flashlights, chairs, blankets, lighters, fire starters, extra towels and cloths. Tarps and coolers.
  5. Food and Cooking Supplies: Plan and pack meals for your stay, along with cooking utensils, a portable stove or grill, and any necessary food storage containers. Don't forget to pack a cooler to keep perishable items fresh. Utensils, dinnerware, mugs, cups, cutting board, garbage bags, paper towel.
  6. Water: Ensure you have an ample supply of drinking water for your stay, especially if potable water is not readily available at the campsite. Tap water available at Tuck Shop
  7. Outdoor Gear: Depending on your planned activities, bring appropriate outdoor gear such as hiking boots, swimwear, hiking poles, and fishing equipment.
  8. Entertainment: Bring along items for entertainment during downtime, such as books, board games, musical instruments, or a deck of cards.
  9. First Aid Kit: Pack a basic first aid kit with essentials such as bandages, antiseptic wipes, pain relievers, and any personal medications.
  10. Miscellaneous: Consider additional items that may enhance your camping experience, such as a camera for capturing memories, binoculars for birdwatching, or a portable phone charger.

By ensuring you have these essentials packed and ready to go, you'll be well-prepared for a memorable and enjoyable camping adventure!

Will the event be cancelled due to poor weather conditions?

This is an outdoor event, rain, or shine. Please check the weather and come prepared.


Chef Skylar is providing each camper with a Saturday morning breakfast burrito!

Can I bring my own alcohol?

We enjoy a nice Thornbury cider around the campfire.

The answer is yes, and.

And, don't drink and drive, don't swim drunk, don't wander off without the buddy system.

Be a cool responsible human