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We love to talk about summer camp and our facility.  If you are looking for camp information, rental information, school program details or just want to say hello - fill out the form to the right.

8009 Iona Road
Fingal, ON, N0L 1K0

(519) 764-2317

At Pearce Williams Summer Camp & Retreat Facility, our aim is to provide the best summer camp experience for your child. Pearce Williams strives to do this in a non-competitive, caring way, allowing your child to discover the world around them, while promoting success, self-confidence and self-esteem in a safe, secure and stimulating environment, while living and growing within our Christian community.

The emphasis is always on participation, effort and attitude! We feel that camp is a unique place where every child can be a winner. We provide campers with the opportunity to become part of a family, where they can take healthy risks, get rewarded for successes and develop self-esteem and life skills. In the meantime they will learn about independence, interdependence, tolerance, responsibility, friendship and loyalty.

It is at summer camp that they learn to take risks, learn to resolve conflicts in a natural manner, learn to appreciate and protect our environment, learn to stay healthy, learn to be responsible for their personal belongings, and learn to have fun with unabashed enthusiasm.

Every Child Deserves a Week at Camp



Melody Walker

Here at Pearce Williams we had our first Immersive night of 2018!

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Immersive night is a program run out of Pearce Williams world camp. World camp includes four buildings, the Thailand stilt hut, the shanties and the Mongolian yurt. Pearce Williams is incredibly unique for having these buildings. 

For Immersive night the campers are divided between the 3 areas and given supplies that would be typically found in the country of the building. The campers are then encouraged to trade food in order to make their supper for the night. However trading food is not all that happens at a Pearce Williams immersive night. Each building also has a water balloon in which represent's a baby. Whoever provides for the baby cannot leave their designated building. As well there are 3 campers who draw a misfortune which can include a "broken foot" or "malaria".

This Immersive night went incredibly well and most buildings had an appetizing supper. However there were some that ate a new meal entitled "ginger rice".  All campers had a great time and many are hoping to do it again and learn more about the world around us.