Environment: At Camelot, we take great pride in preserving our natural environment we call home.
With a focus on providing sustainable habitats for a variety of species, from our bat and bird houses to our beehives and butterfly programs, our land sustains a rich and diverse ecology. Seasonal pumpkins provide festive clubhouse décor throughout the fall, while our apple trees that line the fairways are made into jelly. Come the spring thaw, our maples are tapped and provide Camelot’s very own maple syrup. We are working diligently to reacquire our Audubon certification, and continue to implement sustainable and environmentally-conscience practices throughout our operation.
Practice: Joining a private club has offers many benefits, not the least of which is the ability to practice without end.
Our extensive practice facilities are among the best in the province, equipped with a full driving range, a vast short game area maintained to course standards, and an expansive putting green. Whether you’re seeking to break that elusive low score, or are just getting familiar with the sport, our practice areas allow you to improve your skills and enhance your enjoyment of the game. Camelot practice facilities include:
COMPLETE LONG GAME FACILITY—With an acre of bent grass teeing area, defined fairway and eight target greens. The range is 300 yards in length and supplied with premium range balls. We have also recently installed 16 Turfhound synthetic mats, a premium hitting surface found at the top clubs in North America.
SHORT GAME AREA—A bent grass chipping/pitching areas that extends to 50 yards from the green. A separate bunker practice green that also allows you to practice fairway bunker shots. A dedicated practice putting green that is contoured and cut to match that of the greens you will encounter on the golf course.
Camelot is your escape—12 months of the year.
More than simply a golf club, members of Camelot get access to opportunities to embrace an active lifestyle over the entire year. Of course, it starts with our Top 100 golf course, but Camelot offers options when the weather keeps us away from the fairways.
Simulators: Keeping your game in shape, and playing with friends is essential for Canadians who are kept off the course for a few months due to seasonality. That’s where Camelot’s golf simulators take over, allowing you to work on your game in the off-season, play with friends on one of the many virtual courses offered, or even get fit for new clubs. Whether you’re tipping it up with your buddies, or working on your drive in the colder months so you can come out swinging in the spring, Camelot’s simulators will keep you engaged year-round.
Outdoor opportunities: When snow hits the fairways, Camelot keeps connecting with its members. From snowshoeing to cross country skiing, as well as club events, Camelot offers opportunities for you to stay active over the winter months.