Camp Otterdale is owned and directed by Jeff and Sue Brown. They reside in Perth, Ontario where they maintain the winter camp office. Susan and Jeff are parents of two sons, Evan and Joel.
Jeff has been involved in camping throughout his life. He began at Camp Kawabi where he developed from a young camper to a senior staff member. He also worked as the Program Director of Camp Kandalore and as the Assistant Director at Camp Otterdale before he and Susan took over as owner/directors in 1996. Jeff’s background includes experience as a school teacher in Saskatchewan and Ontario where he taught grades six through twelve. Jeff also served in the Canadian Navy as a Mars Officer and Clearance Diving Officer. He held a variety of positions at sea and served as the Officer-in-Command of a diving vessel and later as the Executive Officer at the Fleet Diving Unit (Pacific). During his final posting he worked as an Exchange Officer with the United States Navy in Indian Head, Maryland.
Sue is a Registered Nurse who has worked in the areas of Emergency, Cardiac Care, Psychiatry and most recently as a Private School Nurse. At Camp Otterdale she manages the camp office, oversees the Health Centre, and co-ordinates the food services.
Our goal is to provide a safe, exciting and inspirational camp experience for each Otterdale Camper.
This is our commitment to you.
Camp Otterdale has a large waterfront and about 200 acres of mixed forest and open fields. Camper cabins are nestled at the north end of camp along with a Health Centre, outhouses, showers, and the dining hall (Harrison Hall).
The biking trails and camp farm are located at the south end of camp among a forest of red pine.Camp Otterdale owns 23 acres across the bay from camp (for water-skiing ) and 110 acres adjacent to the camp for biking, hiking, camp-outs and maple syrup production
We water ski and wake board across the bay from the main waterfront. Throughout the camp property there are hiking and bike trails, camp-out sites and our sugar bush.
Grant Pattingale writes sales copy for the business to business market. White papers, case studies, emails etc.
Address and phone number is the same as before and URL is: http://www.writingb2b.com
Together we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
Our vision is to grant the wish of every eligible child!
David Morrell of Panda Pay has been helping businesses reduce the cost of accepting Visa, Mastercard and debit in Canada since May 2015.
He offers low Point of Sale machines and rates to all Smiths Falls & District Chamber members.
He began in this business to protect small business owners from high fees and to create an environment of fairness. Some of the services he provides include, Merchant Services, such as, POS-Visa/MC/Debit/Amex, and the best rates in Canada. He has been actively involved in the community, for instance, he has sponsored 9 Run Run Stittsville, Ideal Way, For The Kids Fundraiser, just to name a few.
To always provide merchants with dedicated ongoing personalized care for their payment processing and business needs, putting more profits in their company through educatin, world-class service, and support.
- No Cancellation Fees
- Business Advice & Guidance
- Dedicated One-on-One Service
- Ethical Business Practices
- Easy to Understand Monthly Statements
- No Long-term Contracts
Smiths Falls Bookbinding is a full-service bindery with modern facilities and equipment. Our staff has excellent technical abilities derived from many years of experience in the bookbinding industry. We specialize in library, custom, legal, edition and on-demand binding.
The Smiths Falls Public Library promotes literacy and maintains a high profile as a provider of educational, research and cultural services to residents of Smiths Falls and the surrounding district.
Victoria Park was founded in 2012; Currently Gail Moore-Barrie manages the park during summer season. During winter season Victoria Park is managed by the Smiths Falls & District Chamber of Commerce with support from the Town of Smiths Falls Parks and Recreation Department. Their products include:
- Features, 50+ Serviced Camp Sites
- 30Amp Electric Hook-Ups
- Water Hook Ups
- Waterfront Sites Available
- 30 Boat tie-ups (finger docks)
- Playground & Wading Pool
- Pumping Station
- Laundry & Shower Facilities
- Daily, weekly And Seasonal Rates
*Terms & Conditions are listed on the back of your Reciept
*Check Out is @ 2:00 p.m.
Their mission is to ensure that all park patrons feel secure and enjoy themselves. With this in mind, we ask that the rules and regulations listed on our website will be adhered to at all times. Victoria Park is the perfect place to stay for a day, a week or a season. We’re just steps from downtown where restaurants, pubs, gift shops, museums, banks, festivals, theatres, farmers’ markets & shopping. Our play structures, walking paths, picnic areas, campground and boat docks are conveniently located alongside the beautiful Rideau Canal – Canada’s newest UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We are a community who engage throughout the season with events such as Celebration of the Lights. We celebrate the opening of our Canal and Railway festival with the campers all decoraing their trailer sites with lights. Each site is generously sized and maintained throughout the season.
Check out our facebook page and our website for more information!