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  • What is the camper to staff ratio?
    There are 2 staff members for every 6 campers.
  • How many counsellors are there and what are their backgrounds?
    The majority of our counsellors are university and college students (some secondary school students are hired each year, as well). A recent Vulnerable Sector and Police Check is required and there will be at least one counsellor present at each camp location with their First Aid certification at all times. Our lead counsellor is also a regular Dungeon Master for the Dungeons & Dragons Club at Goblets & Goblins.
  • My child is a picky eater and often doesn't like provided lunches . Are there other options?
    Yes, there are a variety of lunches to chose from. Please also let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions. The camp venue has a full service kitchen that can produce a large variety of food options.
  • Who is eligible to attend?
    DnD Camp is a positive and inclusive environment for children age 10 to 14. For further questions on accommodations please email us at
  • What does a typical day look like?
    Campers arrive between 8:45-9am. They get settled in with their assigned group and begin working on creating magical items, characters, monster or their lore. At 10:00 we will break for a morning snack. Campers will work with their group until 11:30 and either head outside for an hour or start lunch. Every day from 1-3 there will be a one-shot adventure. This is directed by the counsellor in the beginning and then the campers will eventually lead their own. Each camper will leave the camp with their own D&D book, which contains all the lore, characters, maps and monsters they have created within the couple weeks.
  • What is the maximum number of kids per week?
    Each week has a maximum of 12 kids participating. There would be a possible 1 week group of 6 kids and a 2 week group with 6 kids, to comprise the 12 at any one time.
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