OMFS acknowledges that we walk, learn and play on the traditional land of the Anishnaabeg people, which includes the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi nations. We are dedicated to honouring the enduring Indigenous presence on this land and we are committed to teaching children the spirit of reconciliation and respect.
Our program operates out of the Horseshoe Resort Nordic Centre, here in Oro Medonte. Groups gather in the Cedar Grove area with the fire pit, behind the chalet.
The rustic ski chalet offers the children shelter from inclement weather while the adjacent forest offers endless space for them to explore and play! The property backs onto Copeland Forest which is a vast area with many trails, a shallow creek and other woodland features that make it fantastic for forest school learning.