Camp Misquah operates on Lac Bitobi near Gracefield, Québec. The site is continually renovated and includes a dining hall that seats 100 people comfortably with a modern kitchen. Campers and staff are housed in log cabins that overlook the lake. A path connects all cabins to the washroom buildings. There is a sports pad for games and a cabin for crafts. There are showers and laundry facilities as well as a medical center staffed by qualified first aid providers. A nearby clinic is available while the Maniwaki hospital is 30 minutes away, in case of emergency.




Camp Misquah spans the shoreline of Lac Bitobi, and is lucky to have a large acreage with a long shoreline, large grassy fields, and lush woods. Campers experience the best of all worlds during their nightly walks, during activity time and especially during beach afternoon!



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All campers and staff live in cabins that have electricity and comfortable bunk beds. Each room houses 6-10 campers of the same gender, and the shared space makes learning how to live, share and co-operate with others part of the day-to-day experience. Counsellors share the adjacent space, ensuring constant supervision.




Over the past year, thanks to fundraising efforts and accessibility funding from the the Federal government, Camp Misquah has built a new wheelchair-accessible washroom, added ramps and improve waterfront access. Wheelchair accessible cabins are being built in Fall 2018. Improvements will continue to be made to ensure that camp is a place for everyone. Click here for an overview of improvements, and the roadmap ahead.