Frequently asked questions

Can we have a tour and talk to someone in person?

Our Program Manager would love to give you a guided tour of the facilities and answer any questions you may have. 

To set up a tour email or call 604-826-7062 or



Overnight campers: 

DROP OFF:  First day of camp at 6:30 pm

PICK UP: Last Day of camp at 7:00 pm (Parents are welcome to join us for chapel at 6:15 pm) 

Day Campers:

DROP OFF: Each morning of camp at 8:30 am

PICK UP: Each evening of camp at 5:30 pm

what is our cancellation & refund policy?

1-6 months prior to camp: Full Refund.

2-4 weeks prior to camp:

Refund minus $50 cancellation fee.

0-2 weeks prior to camp:

No refund.

Can my child be in a cabin with their friends?

Yes! All cabins are arranged into the same gender, so friends or siblings must be of the same gender to be in the same cabin.

When you register online, there is a space to write in requests for cabin buddies. 

We try our best to ensure that all requests are granted prior to the start of the week of camp. 

Who are your cabin leaders?

We have a thorough interview process and hire a team of highly qualified Sr. Cabin Leaders who are all 17+ and spend the entire 9 weeks of summer with us. 

All staff & volunteers are required to have Criminal Record Checks & Vulnerable Sector Searches done prior to the first day of camp. 

On top of the one Sr. Cabin Leader per cabin, there are 2-3 Junior Staff (High School Volunteers) who go through extensive training as well.

In Early March you can find out who they are! (And can even request leaders).

My child is coming for the first time, what should they bring?

Here is a list of items to bring:

Sleeping Bag, Pillow, weather appropriate clothes (Sweater/jacket), running shoes, toothbrush, toothpaste, toiletries, bathing suit, towel, flashlight, Bible (if you have one).

Please do not send any snacks or money as each camper receives $2/day of snacks from our canteen.

*if there are dietary snacks, that is allowed through our First Aid Attendant.

Do you have a camp nurse?

Our camp hires a full time First Aid Attendant for our summer months. This person holds a minimum of an Advanced First Aid Course and is responsible for dispensing all the necessary medications.

Can i contact my child, or can my child contact me?

We generally don't encourage phone calls to or from home except in special cases. In general, it simply adds to the child's homesickness.

However, if it's your child's first time at camp you can request a 48 hour check in from our staff! They will email or call to provide an update on how your child is doing. 

To inquire, please email

a day at camp

Here is a snapshot of what your camper will be doing at camp! Our Activity Blocks are split into 2 rotations of 4 activities: Waterfront, Crafts, Activities (Archery included) & Project Adventure.