About Wabun

Scroll down to learn more about Wabun’s history, program, dates & fees, location, and directors.


Wabun’s Philosophy

Wabun provides boys and girls with the opportunity to travel in uncomplicated ways in undisturbed wilderness territories. Campers develop confidence born of competence as they become proficient in canoe-tripping skills, enjoy a wonderful growth in maturity and responsibility, and have great fun with other campers and staff. The young adults who leave home in June return in August more mature, physically stronger, self-assured, and with new friends and confidence that will serve them well through a lifetime of challenges.

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 Learn more about Wabun’s history, founding, and growth since 1933. The opportunities are rare, but still exist.





Information about Wabun’s extraordinary wilderness

canoe-tripping program for boys and girls.



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Dates & Fees

Quick link to summer dates and fees.

 Dates & Fees 


Map of Wabun

Location & Transportation

Information about the Temagami region

as well as driving directions.




Directors & Staff

More information about Wabun’s leadership

team, base camp and trip staff.

Directors & Staff 

Contacting Wabun

Winter Address:

460 Jewett Road, Hopkinton, New Hampshire, US 03229

Phone:  603-369-3677

Fax:  1-888-287-9214

Summer Address

Bear Island Post Office

Lake Temagami, Ontario, Canada POH ICO

Phone:  705-237-8910

Fax:  1-888-287-9214

Email: info@wabun.com


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Why Wabun?

Why Wabun?

Travel by canoe...

Travel by canoe…