Summer camp 2024
If you have questions or just want to give us feedback, please feel free to contact us!
Info for Campers
Camp registration runs from 4:00 till 4:30pm Sunday. Camp ends 6:00 pm Friday. We dont do any specific closing program but we encourage parents to ask our leaders about the week and we will post highlights on social media.
What to Bring
- Sleeping bag & pillow
- Bible (if you have one)
- Clothing for rain & sun
- Toiletries & P.J.’s
- Bathing suit & towel
- 2 pairs of running shoes (You NEED shoes not just sandals or crocs)
- Sandals or crocs
- Bug repellent, sunscreen
- Water bottle!
(NEW) We will be doing a weekly waterfight, feel free to bring a watergun/ squirt gun from home. (this is not required just an option)
Dress up clothes for Theme Meals
Theme Meals are fun crazy meals where everyone gets dressed up, feel free to be creative. Theme Meals are completely voluntary and vary depending on age group or camp registered for. You will be notified of theme meals in an email and this page will be updated before registration opens.
What not to bring
- Electronic games
- Cell phones, mp3 players and iPods, iThis or iThat
- Gum or sunflower seeds
- Food (except for medical reasons)
- Pocket knives
- Please only bring modest bathing suits (guys and girls)
Here are a couple of links to our association sites' parenting pages
10 Reasons to send your child to a Christian camp
Overcome the “Nature Deficit Disorder”
Live in Community
Learn to Work as a Team
Learn New Life-Long Skills
Gain Self Confidence
Escape distractions and re-focus
Have an Adventure
Get Closer to God
See Christian Community in Action
Camp Research Project: Purpose, Findings and Practical Applications
The Canadian Camping Association, as a federation of camps across the country, is experiencing a variety of challenges: rising costs, shrinking youth market share, increased government scrutiny and regulation, and risk management issues.
Validated research is a powerful instrument for addressing and protecting this common interest because today more than ever before there is a vital need to back up our claims with evidence based research.
We now possess authoritative confirmation of our industry’s value through the findings of the CCA/ University of Waterloo (UW) “Canadian Summer Camp Research Project.” The next steps are to now effectively broadcast this information, keep it in the public view, and to put it to practical purposes.
The research proved that camp provides development in five key areas