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Services funded by the Lions Club (A12), Rotary Club, and Quota.
Things to do
Senior Session – July 5th to July 17th
Junior A – Grade 6, 7, 8 (age 10 – 13) – July 19th to July 26th
Junior B – Kindergarten to Grade 5 (age 5 – 10)* – July 26th to August 2nd
*If you choose to send your older child during this session, please note bedtime is earlier and programming is tailored to a younger audience.
Special Needs (age 16+) – August 2nd to August 9th
Typical Day at Camp
7:15 am – Campers wake up
8:00 am – Breakfast
9:00 am – Electives and Skills- These allow campers to participate in all of our amazing activities at camp.
12:00 pm – Free time
12:30pm – Lunch time
1:30pm – Tuck shop
2:00 pm – Group activities – organized games, theme related activities
4:00pm – Free swim, boating, water skiing, tubing
6:00pm – Dinner
7:00pm – Group activities, games, theme related activities
8:00pm – Power Hour JR
9:00pm – Power Hour SR
9:30pm – Lights out JR
10:30pm – Lights out SR
There are different theme days at camp that change daily. The full list of these can be found online on our social media platforms. Past examples include: Olympics, Medieval Times, Tight and Bright, PJ Breakfast, Wacky Hair, Hawaii Day, Fancy Dinner/Prom and more. We encourage campers and staff to pack accordingly to match these dress-up days, but this is not mandatory. It’s just for fun! Activities and group games use these themes as a guide line.
Many of the Camp activities are based around our waterfront. Every camper has an opportunity to canoe, kayak, tower jump, tarzan rope, water ski, wake board or go tubing, and climb and play on our inflatable Water Mountain and trampoline.
Other activities include; arts and crafts, organized team games, rock climbing and bouldering, RC Cars and wilderness adventure activities.
Once a week, campers have the opportunity to participate in Motocamp. Here, they can choose to ride an ATV or a small motorcycle.
Our Tuck Shop is a small, site-run booth where campers can get sodas, candies and other treats not part of the camp’s meal plan. The Tuck Shop is open for 30 minutes per day and is included in the camp fee. Campers do not need to bring any money or snacks with them.
Power Hour is our evening program that consists of skits, singing, silly games, and an inspirational message.