Swim Program

The Townships of Bonnechere Valley, North Algona Wilberforce, and Laurtenian Valley present the 2024 Swim Program. 

Register online by June 7 at

Payment can be made via cash the day of your session's Celebrate Swim Day.
OR pay in advance at the Bonnechere Valley Municipal Office (49 Bonnechere St E. Eganville) via cash, cheque, or debit.

Day Camp at Camp Smitty

Camp Smitty is offering day camp through a partnership with the Township of Bonnechere Valley. Registration forms can be dropped off and payment can be made at the Municipal Office (49 Bonnechere St. Eganville). We accept cash, cheque, or debit. You can either bring the completed registration forms with you or we can provide you with a paper copy. Registration is not complete until payment has been made and forms have been submitted. 

Please note:

- Each session contains one full week (Week 1- $150) and one-half week (Week 2-$90). Because of Canada Day, Session 1 Week 1 is only four days, so the cost of that week is $120. 

- Youth must attend Week 1 to attend Week 2, however they don’t have to attend Week 2.

- Registration is for the whole week. If the youth need to miss a day, that is okay however the fee will remain the same.

- Youth must be registered by the Wednesday before attending camp.

- Spaces are limited

Questions? Email

Bonnechere Valley Media Releases

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pdf fileTownship of Bonnenchere Valley's Media Release - May 21, 2021
Updates concerning Outdoor Recreational Amenities, Victoria Day Weekend, Campgrounds etc.
pdf fileTownship of Bonnechere Valley's Media Release - February 10, 2021
Opening of Municipal Office, Garbage Tags and Dump Cards, Bonnechere Union Public Library, Public Skating etc.
pdf fileTownship of Bonnechere Valley's Media Release - January 15, 2021
Closure of All Municipal Buildings, Garbage Tags and Dump Cards, Fire Permits, Building Permits, Bonnechere Union Public Library, Outdoor Rink, and Ice Fishing
pdf fileTownship of Bonnechere Valley's Media Release - October 2, 2020
Information for Residents includes COVID-19, Closures to facilities and events, Final Tax Installment Due Date and Operational Review Report
pdf fileTownship of Bonnechere Valley Media Release - September 18, 2020
Information for Residents including Schools Re-opening, Closures to Facilities and Events, Final Tax Installment Due Date, Upcoming Events and BV Heroes.
pdf fileTownship of Bonnechere Valley Media Release - July 17, 2020
The release includes information pertaining to: Playgrounds Reopening, Face Masks, Level 1 Burn Ban, Cancellation of Fire Department's Pancake Breakfast, Bonnechere Valley Golf Tournament, Bookings at the Eagle's Nest, and "Ask Mayor Murphy" segments.

Who Can I Call?

Are you wondering who to call? Please see the list of local mental health, by-law, and OPP resources below:

  • If you or someone you know is in immediate danger or experiencing an emergency, please call 911.
  • Bonnechere Valley By-Law: 613-281-3773 /
  • OPP Report a Crime: / 1-888-310-1122
  • Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1-855-242-3310
  • Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
  • Talk Suicide Canada: 1-833-456-4566
  • Suicide Crisis Helpline - call 988
  • ConnexOntario Helpline: 1-866-531-2600
  • BounceBack: 1-866-345-0224
  • MMIWG Support Line: 1-844-413-6649 /
  • 211 Ontario:
  • Health811: / Call 811 for health advice or information. Toll free TTY line: 1-866-797-0007
  • Canada 411:

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