Located on King’s Island near the mouth of the French River. Camp McIntosh features several cabins, a large dock and endless opportunities to make memories.
GET AWAY FROM IT ALL
Camp McIntosh was opened in 1946 by Jim and Loretta McIntosh. The McIntosh families had been living at the mouth of the French River since the 1890’s. The Camp was built on Lots 13, 14 and 15 of the Town of Coponaning which is shown on the survey map and was never registered as a town. The Camp is located on King’s Island near the mouth of the French River.
In 2019 Madeleine and her husband, Jim, decided it was time to retire from running the camp.
Andre and Tracey Dupuis purchased Camp McIntosh in September 2019. They have been visiting Camp McIntosh for many years to lend a hand, fish and created lasting relationships with Madeleine and Jim and fellow fisherman. They are looking forward to hosting new and old friends who are eager to experience the amazing fishing, hunting, and remoteness of Camp McIntosh.
We want to let you know a couple of important precautions we are taking to protect our staff and families and do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19.
We ask that whenever possible, we do everything electronically and avoid face to face contact temporarily. In this day of technology, we can go the extra mile to mitigate any unnecessary interaction.
If you are picking up or dropping off anything, we will, of course, welcome you but will limit your interaction to the front desk.
We are optimists and believe that by limiting our interactions, we can slow down COVID-19 so we can all enjoy the nicer weather that is almost upon us. We expect that in a month things will be much better all around.
Thank you for your understanding!
Lake Country Airways