November 23rd, 2016

Tamakwa Travels

We love to see Tamakwa Spirit around the world! From the tops of snowy mountains to tropical beaches to dry deserts and to the heart of the rainforest… Tamakwans travel the globe with their #TamakwaClothing and we love it! If you are going away this Thanksgiving Weekend and/or Holiday Season, be sure to pack your…

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February 4th, 2016

Unca Lou and Omer Collection

On a cool and misty morning in the year 1936, a red canoe glided silently across the still waters of South Tea Lake. In it were two young men: one with a dream, Lou Handler (Unca Lou), the other with the skills to make it a reality, Omer Stringer.   For this week’s Tamakwa Collection,…

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January 21st, 2016

Winter at Tamakwa

The sunny shores are covered in snow and it’s beautiful. Check out our collection of awesome winter pics and be sure to share any scenic winter shots from your off-season home!   P.S If you are in Toronto, don’t forget about #TamakwaWinterfest on January 31 We love going through the archives to create these collections….

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December 10th, 2015

Girls Hill – The Early Years

When girls first came to the sunny shores in 1949, the eastern shore of South Tea Lake looked very different! While the cabins have changed colours, shapes and names, they continue to be filled with smiles, laughter, and girl power! We hope that you enjoy today’s collection of the different views of Girls Hill on…

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November 19th, 2015

Tamakwa Collections: Sail Boats Through the Ages

SailingĀ has been a part of Camp Tamakwa for generations. Unlike tubing and wake boarding, campers learn to have fun on the lake without the need for fast motors and fancy toys. Not only does this keep our beautiful South Tea Lake clean and quiet, campers feel empowered by the ability to manoeuvre their boat on…

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