No matter how long it’s been since your last summer at camp, we’d love to reconnect with you!
Not too much has changed at Keewaydin’s camps over the past 125 years. While Songadeewin has moved from Lake Willoughby to the shores of Lake Dunmore, if you walk around Keewaydin Temagami’s base camp or the campus of Keewaydin Dunmore it would look largely the same as you remember it. Most importantly, the values upon which the camps were founded still guide the programs and the experiences they provide.
We are dedicated to keeping alumni in touch with each other, and with Keewaydin. If you are not currently receiving regular communication from us, we want to hear from you! There are multiple ways for you to connect with old friends and enjoy camp life, from reunions at camp to work weekends to regional alumni gatherings and Open Houses in cities across North America. Check out our calendar to find an event that works for you!
We have lots of ways for you to stay in the loop through our publications, E-News, and special announcement emails. You can let us know what you would like to get when you update your contact information.
Newest Editions: The Fall 2020 Newsletters Are Landing!
Songadeewin’s From the Heart, Dunmore’s Kicker, and Temagami’s Tattler are the camp newsletters. Typically in black & white print format, the newsletters are currently being released in digital format only, which means a snazzy new look with full color photographs and active links!
Newest Edition: The 2020 Northwest Wind Is Here!
We released an on-online version of the 2020 Northwest Wind, the Keewaydin Foundation’s premier publication. Click the thumbnail below to read the web edition of the 2020 Northwest Wind, with all the great articles and content as the print version, but excluding our donor roll.
Ojibway Family Lodge
A Place Untouched, An Experience Apart
In a noisy, hectic world, it’s easy to believe that places steeped in nature’s soothing silences have vanished forever, and lasting tranquility is no longer possible to find.
But spend just a single hour at Ojibway Lodge and you’ll discover that these and many other things you thought were gone for good can be still be had. In the northern reaches of Lake Temagami, a magnificent north woods Eden is waiting. You’ll find it along wilderness shores that stretch for 4,800 untouched kilometers across a timeless dominion blessed with 1,500 hidden island jewels. This is the land of Ojibway. And it’s yours to wander.
Stay Informed, Stay Connected! Update Your Information
The ways in which our camps are staying connected with their Alumni is ever changing, we have many ways to stay informed. We are always looking for ways to connect alumni with each other, and with Keewaydin. So, if we have your information, we can let you know about all kinds of alumni related events, resources, and media. Especially now, its important to stay connected, and our virtual offerings are continually expanding!!
You will also be able to sign up for:
-The Foundation E-News
-The Ojibway Loon’s Call
-The Northwest Wind
-The Kicker, The Tattler, From The Heart
Publications and Photo Archives
The Northwest Wind
The Northwest Wind is our annual Keewaydin Foundation magazine which includes articles, photos, news, and information that pertain to all three summer camps and the Keewaydin Environmental Education Center (KEEC). Click to thumbnail to go to the archive to peruse past editions.
Our Camp Newsletters are mailed twice a year, in the Spring and Fall, and are unique to each of the three camps. Each Newsletter is full of interesting articles, photos, announcements, etc. Please click on one of the Camp Newsletter thumbnails below to go to the archive, where you can read through past editions.