This place for the most part is awesome place to work. Where else can a teenager or young adult work, and willing wake at the crack of dawn (often 6:00 am) and want to work? I like to think of Camp Muskoka as a paid summer vacation, with slight bit more responsibility. Highlights of my summer with them include: Flying down a zipline, singing awful Brittany Spears karaoke with a co-worker, Sock Wrestling and leading caveman training. Now back to the serious part, The job is easy, provided you can keep a watchful eye on the kids, and refrain from intoxication during the 8 weeks of camp. The hardest part of the camp is between the occasional poorly behaved camper (some do have "issues", and not the ones solved with tissues) , and leaving the friends you'll make at end of the summer. Biggest and only major issue is the amount of time it take to be paid. I left in august and received my final corrective check in January. Also pay is hard to judge as room/board, meals, and full laundry service (wash and fold) is included.
Camp Muskoka's Motto rung true: "Where the fun never ends"
room/board/meals, wash n' fold service, staff recreation nights, sock wrestling, amazing co-workers, interesting chacter's, training week, different fields of interest
long hours, some difficult children, took way to long to be paid