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For 4 joyful September days, 250 people gather at a traditional summer camp in Bancroft, Ontario to go on an individual and collective journey without our technology and our work in order to practice radical rest and play.  Surrounded by acres of natural wonders and whimsical spaces, we explore possibilities of alternate ways of being. 

Camp is a remedy in response to burnout and a resistance to the relentless cultures of productivity, domination, and oppression. Camp is for those who hunger for a respite from the clutches of technology, work, and all that vies for our precious presence.

Pleasure, healing, growth, joy, and deep connections with self and others are commonly experienced, however never a guarantee. But we can promise that everything at Camp Reset is an invitation, o
ptional and centres justice and joy in its design

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The biggest change is that there will be two documentarians at Camp this year capturing photos and videos. We know in most of the world, this is a pretty normal thing but this is our first year documenting camp so it's a huge deal for us and maybe for you! Learn more about why we're doing this and our approach to consent, digital wellness and mitigating surveillance at Camp HERE. 

  • Camp will increase in size to 250-300 people (2022 had 200 folks). 

  • All of our ticket prices have increased by $50 to meet the increased cost of running camp. 

  • We are introducing 5 private cabin sleeping options. 

  • We will be bringing back plounges and saunas to Camp (due to Covid, we were unsure whether they made sense last year). 

  • There will be more space between the Tenting Zones and sports/evening programming to reduce noise transfer. 

  • Camp will start at 4pm on Thursday the 14th (rather than 6pm) to ensure more of the orientation occurs when there is natural light. 

  • Camp will end at 4pm on Sunday the 17th (rather than 2pm) to ensure the final day is more expansive and slower. 

  • There will be more care and content related to post-camp decompression and integration.


Camp Reset is labour of love co-created by a collective of twelve devoted volunteers who go on a one-year journey together guided by a shared purpose to be in service to our community and vision.   Some have gone to Camp every year and some have never been. They explore ways of working together that are centered in care, creativity and co-everything.  


Ticket Information

There are 230 tickets available for Camp Reset that will be available at 12:00 pm on Thursday, June 12th on this page. Tickets are available on a first come first serve basis and will be available at our early bird pricing until June 28th. If there are any tickets remaining then, they will shift to our regular bird pricing. 

What's included:

  • Accommodations for 4 days and 3 nights.

  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and snacks with Vegan and Gluten-Free options.

  • Access to all programming at Camp Reset, inclusive of our pre-camp experience.

  • Invite to a private community Slack space. 

  • 2 tickets to Reset’s Coworking & Community Centre ($50 value).

​​​For those who prefer to get a ride on one of our scheduled Camp Reset buses, there is an additional $100 charge.

Want more info? 
Learn more about each ticket type​.

Review our budget

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Want to Co-Create Camp?

Co-creation is an essential element of the Camp experience so if you want to contribute and it won't feel like work, then we invite you bring your own play, care and contributions.  

For those who are interested in volunteering at camp, there is an opportunity to indicate your interest in our Trew or Space Programs when you purchase your ticket. 

Click here to learn more about both.


A [Short] Summary of Camp Reset 2022 

Out of 170 total attendees, 49 completed the post-camp surveys, and 92% of those respondents indicated they would likely attend again.

  • 190 people attended Camp, inclusive of those organizing it. 

  • 35 was the average age of campers and their ages ranged from 21 - 66.  

  • 74% of those who attended camp were there for the first time. 

  • 51% campers identified as BIPOC.  

  • 42% campers identified as either LGBTQ2S+, asexual or other. 

  • 14% of campers identified having a disability.

  • 13% of campers identified as something other than cisgender.

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