The Haliburton Highlands in central Ontario is an area of small lakes, exposed rocks and forest. Camp White Pine is nestled on a private lake in this region of Ontario. Each summer its 1600 acre site is home to boys and girls from around the world. Joe Kronick started White Pine in 1956. Since 1985 his son, Adam, has been the Camp Director. In 1990 Adam was joined by his wife, Dana, as Co-Director.
Our campers range in age from seven to sixteen, and live in six sections that function as mini camps - Kiwis, Koalas, Blue Dolphins, Red Dolphins, Gnus and Training Village. Each section has its own supervisor (section head) who has specialized knowledge of that age group. Each section also is sufficiently small to ensure personalized attention and concern, within a camp that is sufficiently large to provide a variety of activities and experiences.
Our campers and staff come from Canada, the United States, Mexico, Japan, Europe and South America. Friendships are formed which often are maintained throughout life. Many of our campers are children of former campers or staff members.