About Camp Oneida
Oneida Baptist Camp has been involved in the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ and in Christian education since 1950. Since 1951, over 15,000 campers have experienced this awesome place.
- Oneida's Purpose
- Camp Composition
- History of Oneida
- Camping at Oneida
- Volunteers and Donations
- Current Projects
- Rental Facilities
- Contact Oneida
Our purpose is to teach, witness and bring children, teens, and adults to a place in their lives that Jesus becomes an integral part of their lives -- and that such an experience at camp will produce fruits in their life that result from their decision for Christ.
Oneida Baptist Camp is located east of Port Dover and south of Hagersville. The camp was incorporated in 1998 as a non-profit corporation and is entrusted to a Board of 7 Directors who are elected by three church associations of the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec: Oxford-Brant (2 members), Norfolk (1 member), and Niagara-Hamilton (4 members).
Camp Committee, the general group that oversees and is responsible for the running of Camp Oneida, consists of the 7 Directors and 15 representatives from the above sponsoring Associations. Meetings are held throughout the year, usually monthly, on the third Friday of the month.
Camp Oneida is a non-profit organization that depends on the support of many volunteers to fullfill it's mandate. We gratefully and humbly acknowledge our volunteer's dedication to Christ and their commitment to Camp Oneida.