Contact Us

Toronto & Montreal Offices

Etty Rosenberg

Administrative Coordinator
office@campmoshava.org

Vicky Shizgal

Camp Director
vicky@campmoshava.org

Tova Segal

Assistant Camp Director
tova@campmoshava.org

(416) 630-7578
Toronto Office

(514) 488-4741
Montreal Office (Vicky Shizgal)

(416) 630-8301
Toronto Office Fax

4600 Bathurst Street Suite 316
Toronto, Ontario
M2R 3V2

Camp Season

Summer Mailing Address at Camp

1485 Murphy Road RR#1
Ennismore, Ontario
K0L 1T0 Canada

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Time at camp

Please note that in the summer the time at camp is one hour behind Eastern Standard Time.

(705) 292-8143
Ennismore Camp Office

(705) 292-6168
Ennismore Office Fax

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(514) 476 5834
Emergency Only / After Office Hours

office@campmoshava.org
Email (general)

vicky@campmoshava.org
Vicky Shizgal, Camp Director (personal)

Camp Moshava Ennismore

Camp Moshava Ennismore is located in Canada.

Directions from Toronto

  1. Take Highway 401 east to 115/35 (just past Bowmanville) Exit 436 toward Lindsay/Peterborough
  2. Turn on to 115/35 northeast and continue on 115 after it splits from the 35 (total of 46 km)
  3. Take exit 45B for Highway 7 to Fowlers Corners (the exit loops around to the right) Head to Fowlers Corners (approx. 12 km)
  4. Continue STRAIGHT through the light at Fowlers Corners (turns into Frank Hill Rd) until you see a slightly oversized stop sign at Yankee Line (approx. 6 km)
  5. Turn right at Yankee Line/County Road 14, continue for 5.2 km.
  6. Turn left at Tara Road, continue for 8.1km.
  7. Turn right at Kerry Line (you will see a sign for Grandview Resort at the turn). Continue for 1.2 km
  8. Take first left onto Murphy Road you will see the Moshava Welcome sign on the right

Directions from Montreal

  1. Take 401 west to exit 464 (sign says: Port Hope exit Highway 28)
  2. Take Highway 28N approximately 40 km through Fowler’s Corners.
  3. Continue straight until you see a slightly oversized stop sign at Yankee Line.
  4. Turn right at Yankee Line/County Road 14, continue for 5.2 km.
  5. Turn left at Tara Road, continue for 8.1km.
  6. Turn right at Kerry Line (you will see a sign for Grandview Resort at the turn) Continue for 1.2 km.
  7. Take first left onto Murphy Road you will see the Moshava Welcome sign on the right!

Directions from Ottawa

  1. Take Highway 417 west to Highway 7.
  2. Highway 7 to Television Road.
  3. Right on Television Road until Parkhill.
  4. Left on Parkhill until Chemong Road.
  5. Right on Chemong Road towards Bridgenorth.
  6. Make a left at the traffic light onto Victoria County Road 14 and go over the Causeway.
  7. Make a right on Robinson Road 14 (just past the Causeway) to Ennismore. Stay on the main paved road until the four-way stop at Sullivan’s General Store. Turn right onto Tara Road.
  8. Follow Tara Road for about 4.5 km and turn right at the Grandview sign (Kerry Line).
  9. Follow Kerry Line for about 1 km and turn left onto Murphy Road.
  10. Drive 700 metres to the camp entrance. Turn right onto the camp road. Welcome to Camp Moshava
So well run  

Quality of activities far surpasses other popular overnight camp for Ottawa Jewish kids and we absolutely loved how hands on the staff were in caring for the younger kids. We felt no concern that anyone would be ostracized or bullied. The set up seemed to really encourage staff engagement with kids to ensure that everyone was included and having fun at all times. Moshava also does a beautiful job of encouraging kids of different ages of developing friendships, which we loved. And we loved that the kids feel a deep connection with Israel through the Israeli staff. We also think you did a superb job of communicating with parents and of allowing us to feel very much part of the experience with daily pictures, videos, etc. Compared to the experience that our friends had sending their kids to camp for the very first time, Moshava far surpassed them all. We heard stories of children not showering or changing their clothes, others of kids being very sunburned, complaining of bullying, etc. And there never seemed to be a real confidence that the camp staff was dealing with those issues. We felt no such concern with Moshava. We were very confident that our child was very well cared for.

Elana Aptowitzer

Elana Aptowitzer   
Thanks for the warm welcome  

Dear Vicky,

I would like to begin by thanking you and all the staff of Camp Moshava, for your warm welcome and hospitality during the Shabbat we spent at your camp.

What I saw and experienced – both from an activities standpoint, as well as from the staff and campers with whom I had a privilege to speak – was truly heartwarming and left me with a lasting impression that I will not forget.

Your role in teaching Judaism and its core values is both sacred and crucial, as our youth will now be instilled with a deeper knowledge and understanding of our rich faith and heritage.

It was also a source of pride to watch how the love to the State of Israel, was taught to the campers in the tradition of Torah Veavoda.

With your hard work, a labor of love, I must say, we can be sure that the link between Torat Israel, Am Israel and Eretz Israel will never break.

In the name of the state of Israel , it is my privilege to commend you for what you are doing to strengthen the eternal bond between the Jewish community of Canada and the State of Israel.

Kol hakavod ve yashar koach.

Sincerely yours,

Joël Lion

Consul General of Israel to Quebec and the Atlantic provinces;

Permanent Representative of Israel to the ICAO

Joel Lion   
Amazing Experience  

Thank you to all the staff at Camp Moshava and a huge Todah Rabbah to Vicky for making this summer such a wonderful summer for our children. We hope that our children can continue to attend Moshava in upcoming years.|Incorporating an overnight camp experience in a modern Jewish Orthodox Dati Tzioni setting along with a very safe and fun environment.

Moshava Parent   
Moshava in a few words  

Giving kids a sense of belonging.

Moshava parent