Kenosee Lake Provincial Park
Purpose: Kenosee exists as an arm of the local church to help in sharing the gospel and growing disciples for further service in this area.
Activities: Soccer, basketball, beach volleyball, tubing, wakeboarding, archery, swimming, outdoor living, canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, peddle cars, paddle boarding, paintball, zip line, scrap booking, arts & crafts, guitar lessons.
Facilities: Cabins, winterized lodge, pool, kitchen & dining hall, chapel.
Phone: (306) 577-4623
Contact Person: Brad Weber
KETCHEN LAKE BIBLE CAMP
N.W. of Preeceville
Purpose: To share Christ’s love and bring everyone closer to Christ.
Activities: Swimming, canoeing, paddle boards, kayaking, basketball, beach volleyball, riflery, archery, wilderness survival, wide games, crafts, rocketry, singing, campfires. Also have Camp Camo, 24/7 Camp (Teen Discipleship Camp) and Sports Camp.
Phone: 306-594-2194 (Office); 306-547-2288 (mid-May-August)
Contact Person: Elaine Brewer, Director
KINASAO LUTHERAN BIBLE CAMP
Purpose: Kinasao proclaims the gospel of Christ by providing the opportunity to discover, share, strengthen and renew the Christian faith in God’s creation.
Activities: Canoeing, kayaking, swimming, crafts, hiking, sports, canoe tripping, archery, music, low ropes challenge course, survival skills, tubing, zipline, drama & campfires.
Facilities: Retreat center, lodge, dormitories, cabins, and campground.
Phone: 306-982-3327 (Office); 306-982-4758 (Retreat Center)
Contact Person: Kristi Stolee
LIVING WATERS CAMP
Adamson Lake, MacDowall
Purpose: Living Waters is dedicated to the glory of God as a centre facilitating camps, conferences, and family gatherings for religious and educational purposes. Our primary purpose is to challenge and build into the lives of people of all ages, in a relaxed and wholesome environment.
Activities: Swimming, paddle boarding, canoeing, archery, basketball, volleyball, soccer, basketball, baseball, gaga ball, pickle ball, mud pit, bouldering wall, campfires, playgrounds, trampolines, crafts, music, seasonal camping.
Facilities: Lakeside tabernacle, small chapel, dining hall, dormitories, cabins, campground, winterized lodge, fellowship centre and canteen, all available for rentals as well as summer camps.
Contact Person: Nicole Martini, Office
LUMSDEN BEACH CAMP
S.W. shore of Last Mountain Lake
Purpose: Building community’ discovering the natural world, developing leadership skills, and creating an environment where kids flourish-both inside and out.
Activities: Canoeing, swimming (heated pool & lake), art, games, archery, hiking, cookouts, music, campfires, leadership training and more.
Facilities: Cabins, washrooms, showers, dining hall, recreation centre, medical cabin, heated pool.
Phone: 306-729-2586 (May –Sept.)
Contact Person: Viki Nelson (306-539-7772)
LUSELAND BIBLE CAMP
Purpose: Luseland Bible Camp is a place of fun times and significant moments. Make new friends, take part in skill and team activities and grow in getting to know God more. Open for: camp weeks, school days, retreats, birthday parties & rentals.
Activities: Bubble soccer, laser tag, archery, sports, kick darts, climbing wall, crafts, camp fires, trampolines, zip line, great meals, chapel times, cabin talks and a new pool scheduled to open in the summer of 2018.
Facebook offers the most up to date info and pictures of each camp week.
Facilities: Insulated cabins well suited for retreats and rentals.
Web: www.luselandbiblecamp.ca Facebook
Contact Person: Marilyn Kirk (Director)
MADGE LAKE BIBLE CAMP
Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Purpose: To help bring all participants closer to Christ.
Activities: Canoeing, archery, hiking, skate boarding, crafts, drama, music, mountain biking, swimming, wide games, basketball, beach volleyball, tubing and climbing wall.
Contact Person: Ryan Wiesner
MANITOU LAKE BIBLE CAMP
Purpose: Our purpose is to present and promote the good news about Jesus Christ. We accomplish this through a quality program that focuses on 1) the high value of every camper, 2) fun and wholesome activity, 3) being a safe community that welcomes every camper and 4) preaching God’s Word.
Activities: Horsemanship, crafts, drama, riflery, archery, paintball, climbing and rapelling, swimming, wakeboarding & waterskiing, skateboarding, sports, soccer, outdoor cooking, canoeing, Bible studies, singing, campfires, wide games.
Facilities: Year-round dining hall, shower facility; summer cabins, gym, skateboard park, paintball course, beach, archery range, climbing wall.
Contact Person: Seth Briggs
RANGER LAKE BIBLE CAMP
South of Battlefords
Purpose: RLBC exists to joyously honor God through evangelism and discipleship by meeting the needs of its campers in a challenging, yet safe natural environment. We want to give campers the best week of their summer.
Activities: Archery, paintball, horses, watersports, artistic painting, archery, backcountry, ball hockey, volleyball, canoeing, drama, handcrafts, LSS swimming lessons, pedal karts, pelletry, ultimate sport, wall climbing, tubing.
Facilities: Cabins, dining hall, lodge, chapel, swimming pool.
Contact Person: Doug Barr
REDBERRY BIBLE CAMP
Purpose: Loving Jesus, loving people, and growing disciples through the community at camp.
Activities:Laser Tag, Horses, Wall Climbing, Swimming Lessons, Archery, Skateboarding, Crafts, Ultimate Sports, Guitar Lessons, Beach Volleyball, Drama, Mountain Biking, Wilderness Survival, and Canoeing.
Facilities: Cabins (12 winterized), retreat cabin, kitchen/dining hall, gym (7 rooms above gym).
Contact Person: Derek Dyck
SASKATCHEWAN CHILDREN’S CAMP
The Quest at Christopher Lake
Purpose: The Saskatchewan Children’s Camp is run by the Canadian Diabetes Association. It was founded in 1956 and has provided countless summer memories for children with type 1 diabetes in Saskatchewan every summer since. The camp partners with The Quest camp at Christopher Lake who provide the facility for the summer program.
Facilities: See The Quest’s listing in this directory for more information.
Activities: See ‘The Quest’s’ listing for info on program activities offered.
Contact Person: Grant Fulford, Manager of Camp and Youth Programs for the Western Canada Canadian Diabetes Association
SHEKINAH RETREAT CENTRE
72 km north of Saskatoon (Hwy 12)
Purpose: Shekinah, a summer camp and retreat center, is to be a place where all who come, have opportunity to experience the presence and glory of God.
Activities: Flying fox, climbing wall, hiking, initiative tasks, canoeing, archery, arts and crafts, orienteering, gardening, beach volleyball, canoeing, swimming, river tubing music.
Facilities: Timberlodge (meeting room, great hall, dormitory style sleeping), Chalet (meeting room, kitchen), Cabins (wood stoves, water provided), shanty tents (basic tent accommodation).
Contact Person: Craig Friesen
THE QUEST AT CHRISTOPHER LAKE
Purpose: The Quest at Christopher Lake is a year round camping and retreating facility on the beautiful Christopher Lake. We are ideal for church camps, family camps, corporate retreats, youth retreats, student camps etc. Plus we are equipped with indoor and outdoor equipment for your meetings and activities. In the summer The Quest runs week-long sessions dedicated to kids, families, and seniors. Our mission is to bring each person who walks through our gates one step closer to Christ.
Activities: Water skiing, wake boarding, wake surfing, knee boarding, tubing, outdoor survival, archery, wall climbing, drama, swimming, canoeing, arts + crafts, low ropes course, and canoeing.
Facilities: Lodge-sleeps 35, Retreat House-18, Cabins-100. Full food service available.
Contact Person: Conrad Kruger, Managing Director
ST. JOHN BOSCO WILDERNESS CAMP
Km 66 Hanson Lake Hwy #106, Zeden Lake
Purpose: To provide a safe, wilderness experience where everyone can grow physically, mentally and spiritually while developing a greater awareness of nature and of themselves. We are “People Experiencing People in God’s Nature”.
Activities: Wilderness camping, canoeing, river trips, backpacking and overnight hikes, orienteering, nature lore, wilderness crafts, archery, swimming, sports, low ropes course, overnight hikes, leadership development, campfire programs, fire watches, discovery, liturgy, tenting and the Bosco games.
Facilities: Tents, dining hall, chapel, first aid, admin and staff buildings, Quonset, swim and canoe beach, laundry, washrooms.
Phone: 844-752-6726; 306-426-2227 (summer)
ST. MICHAEL’S at MADGE
Madge Lake Provincial Park
Purpose: Fostering relationships with God, nature, family & friends in a beautiful and picturesque park setting.
Activities: Canoeing, kayaking, basketball, archery, soccer, arts & crafts, volleyball, mini-golf, beach activities, outdoor adventures, camp fires, religious studies, school programs, and retreat programs.
Facilities: New kitchen/dining hall, with bathrooms/showers in 2016. Fully winterized for use on a year round basis.
Contact: Tracie Bugera
STONEY LAKE BIBLE CAMP
Kipabiskau Lake, S.E Melfort
Purpose: We exist to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our campers.
Activities: Chapel, horses, pelletry, wall climbing, R.C. Cars, paintball, canoes, kayaks, drama, waterslide, swimming, pontoon boat, fishing, overnights, survival, paddle boards, blob, gagaball, wide games, archery, human fooseball.
Facilities: Cabins, dining hall, chapel/gym, lakefront.
Phone: 306-873-4301 (winter); 306-873-5537 (summer)
Contact Person: Doug Arbogast
STRASBOURG BIBLE CAMP
Last Mountain Lake—west of Strasbourg
Purpose: Strasbourg Bible Camp exists to change live through the Gospel of Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Activities: Worship, crafts, archery, volleyball, bible studies, drama, mud pit, canoeing/kayaking, foosball, rocketry, wide games, waterskiing, tubing.
Facilities: Large main building with dining hall, kitchen, lounge, office, laundry room, two dorm wings, washrooms with toilets and showers. 4 cabins, tuck shop, conference cabin.
Contact Person: Camp Office (306-725-4581)
TISDALE DAY CAMPS INC.
Purpose: To provide wholesome fun activities for children, youth and families while catering to the spiritual, physical, emotional and intellectual needs of these same groups.
Activities: Archery, Bible stories, bumpo balls, campfires, crafts, drama, games, jungle swing, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, pelletry, singing, swimming, trampoline, tubing, wagon Rides, wall climbing, water sports and more!
Contact Person: Victoria Riley
TORCH TRAIL BIBLE CAMP
S.W. of Choiceland
Purpose: To share the love of Christ to everyone who comes onto the camp. To tell people of the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ. To disciple believers.
Activities: Horseback riding, canoeing, tomahawk throwing, archery, pelletry, crafts, swimming, pedal cars, disc golf, outdoor adventure, wide games.
Facilities: Cabins, kitchen, chapel and dining hall winterized. Swimming pool, ranch facilities, trail horses (June-September).
Contact Persons: Darvin & Lorenda Friesen
WESTBANK BIBLE CAMP
Leinan Road, N.E. of Swift Current
Purpose: West Bank is dedicated to quality camping for all ages, regardless of background. Our goal is a Christ-centered program conducive to spiritual, physical and social development.
Activities: Horsemanship, canoeing, paintball, archery, swimming pool, pelletry, climbing wall, beach volley ball, and more.
Facilities: Lodge, cabins, RV sites.
Contact Person: Jeff Penner
YMCA BLACKSTRAP DAY CAMP
Purpose: To offer opportunities for health, personal growth and community service. Our camps will keep your child physically active and our staff will encourage them to try new activities and challenges themselves in a safe and supportive environment.
Activities: Canoeing, kayaking, archery, environmental education, arts & crafts, hiking, wall climbing, swimming, and water games.
Facilities: See website.
Contact Person: Dean Dodge
YOUTH FARM BIBLE CAMP
S.E. of Rosthern
Purpose: YFBC is dedicated to providing a camp setting where campers learn the importance of Christian daily living and grow in their relationship to Christ.
Activities: Horses, swimming, climbing wall, corn maze, petting zoo, hayrides, crafts, low ropes course, outdoor education, chapels & campfires, and much more.
Facilities: Cabins, dining hall, recreation hall, meeting rooms, chapel, ensuite accommodations.
Contact Person: Mark Wurtz