Nick Georgiade

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Nick became a Camp Temagami Owner in 2015. Nick, his wife Tracy and two boys Everett and Barrett spend 4 months in Temagami each camping season and work full-time during the off-season in Durham, North Carolina as the Camp Temagami Director.

Nick first set foot on the island as a camper in 1991. He progressed through the tripping program and had his own trip of a lifetime on the Albany River in 1995. Nick returned to Camp Temagami as a guide after earning a B.A. in Business Administration from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.

Nick and Tracy have a combined 50 years of canoe tripping experience and have paddled over 15,000 km across some of Canada’s most picturesque wilderness. Their travels include nine trips to James and Hudson Bay, three long trips in Labrador, trips on the Coulonge and Kipawa Rivers, trips on the Spanish River, and numerous trips throughout the Temagami area.

Nick has experience working with youth in the field as a Camp Temagami guide and teaching young adults in the classroom. He has earned Masters degrees in Economics and Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management from North Carolina State University. In conjunction with his studies, Nick has taught university classes in economics and outdoor recreation leadership.

Nick and Tracy are both grateful to be able to share their passion for canoe tripping and cherish the opportunity to raise their children in a positive and transformative camp community.[/our_team]