Family Camp

We welcome you and your family to enjoy Beausoleil Island with us during our Spring and Summer Family Camps. There will be activities for kids, adults, and families including campfires, arts and crafts, canoeing, and kayaking. Whether you choose to participate or spend some quality family time, it is sure to be a weekend full of fun! Our Spring Family Camp is for families looking for a weekend camp experience, while our Summer Family Camps run for 4 nights, allowing families to experience everything CQE has to offer. We hope you can join us!

 

Yoga Weekends

Join us for a restful and rejuvenating weekend and enjoy the beauty of Beausoleil Island. Whether you’re with friends, family, or on your own, our Yoga Weekends are an excellent getaway for adults of all ages. Each weekend has several yoga and meditation workshops run by professional instructors. 

Spring Yoga Weekend 1 – Yoga and Music 
Yoga workshops will be focus on mindful and meditative yoga and connection to sound. There are class options for different skill levels and abilities. We believe that music is a fantastic way to connect with yourself, others, and the environment. The talented musical group Trio Cappuccino from Haliburton, ON will be running singing workshops and an evening coffeehouse. No matter your musical background, you’ll have the opportunity to feel the power of making music together! 

Spring Yoga Weekend 2 – Power and Flow Yoga 
This weekend will focus on vinyasa yoga. Our instructors will offer both gentle and power flows for all skill levels, allowing participants to find classes that suit their skills and needs. 

Fall Yoga Weekend 1 & 2 - Yoga and Hiking 
Discover the unique beauty of the island on the hiking trail. The hikes range from short and flat to more challenging – you choose what works for you! CQE staff and amazing guest instructors will lead many of our traditional camp activities such as paddling, crafts, and swimming. Whether doing yoga or going for a paddle, you are sure to find peace and relaxation in the Georgian Bay landscape.