A family-oriented, secular Jewish summer community
Camp Naivelt Cabin Rentals
Camp Naivelt maintains a limited number of camp-owned cabins for rent each season (Mid June- mid Sept). In addition, some cabin holders may want to rent their cabins either for the whole or parts of the season.
Regardless of whether you are interested in renting a Camp-owned cabin or a privately owned cabin, renting is a great way to get to know the community.
We ask that all potential renters take the time to review the information on the website about the United Jewish People’s Order (UJPO) and about Camp Naivelt prior to making an application to rent. Cabin renters are expected to know the camp rules and norms. Click here for the link to the Camp Naivelt Handbook which will tell you most of what you need to know.
If you are interested in renting a Camp-owned cabin for the upcoming season and participating in the community life of Camp Naivelt, please fill out the rental application form.
Camp-Owned Rental Cabin Descriptions
All camp rental cabins contain basic pots and pans, cooking utensils, flatware, dinnerware, drinking glasses, and coffee mugs. Renters are asked to provide their own linens and towels.
Most cabins at Naivelt are fairly rustic. You can expect running water and indoor plumbing and a way to cook your meals, but some cabins will come with only cold water, some may have a shower on the outside of the cabin, and some may not have a shower at all. There is a shower and washing machine in one of our communal buildings for the use of everyone at camp. Cabins are close together and in a normal year there are lots of group activities for young and old. Programming in 2020 was altered to adhere to COVID regulations and protocols. This year we will be following recommendations for the Peel region and working to ensure that Camp Naivelt remains as safe as possible for all in the community.
For cabins with no bathing facilities, there is a hot water shower available at The Ritz. There is also a laundry tub and washing machine available for use at The Ritz. Please use only biodegradable soaps/shampoos.
Renters are expected to dispose of their own garbage and recycling on a regular basis. Garbage and recycling bins are located in the parking lot to the right of the main gate to Eldorado Park. There are compost bins on each of the hills. Please note that your toilet paper bag is disposed of in the garbage bin.
Your cabin will contain a copy of the Camp Naivelt Handbook (please do not remove). It is important that you read through the Handbook to familiarize yourself with information to make your stay a pleasant one.
Camp owned cabins available for seasonal rentals
Hill 2, Cabin 23 is a combined living room/bedroom containing one double bed, a single bed, and a sofa (not foldout). The kitchen has a full sized refrigerator with a small freezer, small stove with an oven, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker, and kettle. The kitchen table seats 4. The bathroom contains a toilet and sink (but no shower). There is hot water.
Hill 3, Cabin 4 is an open concept one-room cabin with an attached screened-in porch. There is a double futon, a kitchen table with two chairs, toilet, sink, and bathtub and large hot water tank. The kitchen contains a full sized refrigerator/freezer, hotplate, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker, and kettle. There is a small charcoal BBQ, bring your own charcoal, and please cook outdoors.
Hill 3, Cabin 28 is a one-bedroom cabin, with a small screened in back sitting room. The bedroom contains a double bed, and the living room has a double futon. The kitchen contains a full sized refrigerator/freezer, hotplate, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker, and kettle. The kitchen table seats four. There is a small hot water tank. The bathroom has a sink and toilet (but no shower).
Some private cabin holders at Naivelt choose to rent out their cabin for either part or all of a season. If you are interested in pursuing a private rental you please indicate so on the rental application form.
Cabin rental fees are below.