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On September 6th to 8th, 2019, we transformed a secluded 1,100 acre camp in the Haliburton Highlands into a wilderness escape for adults to let loose, reunite with their inner child and meet new friends along the way.
Now in its 7th year, this all-inclusive adventure features flowing beer, wine, spirits and flavourful camp-inspired dinners created by A-list chefs. We bring together 300+ lucky guests to connect with nature and each other while enjoying dozens of activities like High Ropes, Canoeing, Beach Volleyball, Archery Tag, Tie Dye, Inflatable Water Park, Baseball, Dance Parties and evening sing-alongs by the fire.
What is Two Islands Weekend?
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Camp is an opportunity to eat, drink and play. We attract folks that have an adventurous spirit and open mind. Our average camper is in their early 30s, but we've had lots of campers in their 20s, 40s, 50s and 60s.
We've had big groups, small groups, couples and solo adventurers come to camp. We've hosted corporate groups, family reunions & bachelorette/bachelor parties at camp as well. Regardless of who you come with, you leave with new friends and great memories.
Who comes to camp?
Two Islands Weekend offers over 40+ camp activities to choose from, all of them optional. Spend your weekend doing back to back activities or hang out by the beach all day.
At night we'll crank it up, grown-up style, with our open bar. We'll have some fun evening programs including a late night scavenger hunt & talent show. As the night goes on campers can hang out at the fire with s’mores for sing-a-longs & live music, play beer pong, watch a movie in the movie theatre, late night dodge-ball or let loose at the dance party.
More activities in the works! All activities subject to change without notice.
Two Islands Weekend takes place at Camp Timberlane, located on Lake of Two Islands, a secluded, spring-fed lake, surrounded by 1,100 acres of hardwood forest in the Haliburton Highlands.
The camp features two pristine beaches, state of the art sports facilities, including a baseball diamond (a.k.a The Timberdome), a small movie theatre and an ice cream shop!
Press & Reviews
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Two Islands Weekend has been the highlight of my summer for the past two years. I've made new friends I probably never would have met otherwise, and made great memories with the old friends who came to camp with me. All the stuff you'd experience at camp as a kid... minus the curfew, plus delicious food and booze. Can't wait for the next one!
- Ronit, Toronto