ARLINGTON BEACH CAMP & CONFERENCE CENTER
Last Mountain Lake, East Side
Purpose: To provide environments and experiences where people of all ages can develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through the ministries of a Christian conference, camp and retreat center.
Activities: Baseball, volleyball, horseshoes, mini-golf, waterfront activities, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, biking, paddle boarding, boating, water skiing, mud bog, wall climbing, archery, zip line, basketball, fishing (year round, equipment is not supplied.)
Facilities: Lodge, Arlington Beach House, dorms, RV hookups (basic to full service)
Phone: 306-484-4460 Fax: 306-484-2117
Don and Lisa Cornish, Executive Directors
BEAVER CREEK CAMP
South of Saskatoon on #219
Purpose: Beaver Creek camp exists to promote the growth and awareness of God’s love through the warmth of Christian fellowship in the beauty of creation.
Activities: Bible instruction, sports, swimming, tennis, basketball, archery range, hiking, nature trails, crafts, baseball, ball hockey, slip ‘n slide, drime, musical instruction & more.
Facilities: Cabins with 18 beds, dining hall, meeting rooms, and swimming pool. New: sports court and archery range.
Phone: 306-374-5373 Fax: 306-374-4883
Contact Person: Debra Prosofsky
BETHEL GOSPEL CAMP
Meadow Lake Provincial Park, Jeannette Lake
Purpose: To glorify God by introducing people to Jesus Christ through the Word of God and to encourage personal growth in a relationship with Jesus Christ and with others through a camping experience.
Activities: Zip line, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, archery, drama, games, crafts, campfires, water skiing & tubing (Jr & Sr Teens), water trampoline, gaga pit, human foosball, adventure canoeing, hiking and leadership camps.
Facilities: Main building, 2 dormitories.
Phone: 306-236-4967 Camp Phone (summer): 306-236-3853 Fax: 306-236-6975
Contact Person: David Blatz, 306-240-7862
BLACKSTRAP YOUTH CAMP
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for youth ages 8-13 to experience God through nature and fellowship with other young people in a week-long Catholic Christian camp setting regardless of race, creed, economic or social position. Blackstrap Youth Camp is scheduled to take place during 4 weeks in
July, 2019 from July 8 to August 2.
Activities: Canoeing, indoor and outdoor games, tenting, campfires, crafts, spiritual activities, swimming (indoor pool) trampoline.
Facilities: See website.
Contact Person: John Marshall (President), 306-361-8534
Christopher Lake, North of Prince Albert
Purpose: Camp Christopher is a safe, caring community where all may explore faith, celebrate creation, and grow in relationship with Christ. Activities: Canoeing, kayaking, swimming, arts & crafts, canoe tripping, music, Christian Education.
Facilities: Cabins and lodge.
Phone: 306-250-9904 (Winter); 306-982-4534 (Summer)
Contact Person: Donna Wilkinson
CAMP CIRCLE O’ FRIENDS
Arlington Beach Camp, Cymric
Purpose: Provide a normal camping experience for children whose lives have been touched by cancer.
Activities: Indoor/outdoor crafts, challenge course, waterfront activities, horseback riding, wagon rides, petting zoo, games.
Facilities: See Arlington Beach Camp listing for information.
Contact Person: Gayle Morris
CAMP EASTER SEAL
Manitou Beach, Watrous, SK
Purpose: To provide an all inclusive wheelchair accessible camping facility for children and adult with intellectual and/or physical disability.
Activities: Camp Easter Seal provides programs geared towards children and adult with varying abilities. We offer programs such as arts & crafts, sports & recreation, horseback riding, aquatic centre, pontoon boat rides, wagon rides and adaptive waterskiing and tubing.
Facilities: Completely wheelchair accessible facilities. Cabins with washrooms and air conditioning.
Contact Person: Christine Epp
Purpose: Camp Kadesh is camp that cares about inspiring youth to live better lives. We are a second home. We hold the value of relationship as the foundation of why we do things and continue to build on that base to help kids explore who they are and are created to be. We are a Christian camp and believe that God seeks relationship with all people and He challenges people to build a better world. We want to challenge youth to be world changers too!
Activities: Wakeboarding, skiing, wake surfing, knee-boarding and tubing. Canoes and stand up paddleboards, wall climbing, a giant swing called The Whipper, a giant inflatable people launcher called The Blob, beach volleyball and other sports, outdoor survival. Lots of fun arts and crafts, dance and drama. All these plus a tradition of giant unique themed camp wide games.
Facilities: Cabins 17 (5 winterized), multi-purpose chalet (chapel, dinning hall, and accommodations), chapel.
Contact: Karen Neufeld, Tim Good
Katepwa Lake, Lebret
Purpose: To provide quality back to nature camping experiences for children ages 6 – 15 in the beauty of the historical Qu’Appelle Valley on Katepwa Lake.
Activities: Christian Discovery, archery program, swimming (lake and pool), canoeing, outdoor education, arts & crafts, fishing, senior camping trips, Counsellor-in-training; trained/paid staff.
Facilities: Cabins & tents.
Contact: Executive Director
Purpose: To promote fun, faith, and fellowship. To appreciate and experience God’s gift of creation. To draw people closer to God through Jesus Christ.
Activities: Swimming, archery, canoeing, paddle boating, boating, nature trail, wide games, basketball court, campfires, chapels, crafts, music and drama.
Facilities: Log and frame camper cabins, family style cabins, dining hall, nurses cabin, and activity buildings.
Phone: 306845-7145 Email
Contact Person: Marilyn Whelan
Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Purpose: To provide campers with an opportunity to grow and strengthen their relationships with family, friends and God. Our evangelical Christian values compel us to focus primarily on nurturing a sense of belonging within the context of healthy family relationships.
Facilities: All season cedar log cabins & lodge with 2-bedroom suites (4 with showers) (6 with 1/2 baths). Full kitchen in Chalet & Lodge. RV sites, electrical hookups.
Activities: Jeanette Lake, the “Caribbean of the North”, provides for sailing, canoeing, water skiing, wake-boarding and fishing. Dry land activities include volleyball and hiking trails. Winter sports include hockey, skating, snowshoeing and cross country skiing.
Contact Person: Gil Klassan
Cypress Hills Provincial Park
Purpose: At Camp Shagabec we strive to be a place where campers feel welcome and accepted, and where all may come to experience God in creation and in community.
Facilities: Cabins with bunks, washrooms & showers, archery range, large dining and recreation hall, beach, volley ball, provincial park pool.
Activities: Games, hiking, vespers, nature studies, leadership development, horseback riding, mini-golf, archery, singing, canoeing, kayaking, campfires, music, drama, sports, crafts, swimming, paddle boats.
Address: 1418 30th St. S. Lethbridge, AB T1K 2Z2
Contact Person: Dave Fletcher
North of Prince Albert on Candle Lake
Purpose: To provide campers with the opportunity of coming to know and grow in their relationship with God through Jesus Christ, and with each other while living in a natural setting.
Activities: Canoeing, swimming, crafts, hiking, nature walks, campfires, wide games,
kayaking, archery, spiritual care time, and a fantastic sandy beach!
Facilities: Cabins, dining hall and kitchen, sauna, bathrooms and showers, wide games field.
Phone: 306-929-4904 (July-August)
Contact Person: Carmen Bellehumeur
South Region Camp: College Mathieu, Gravelbourg
Purpose: To provide young campers with a French speaking learning environment.
Activities: Various games, nature, swimming, singing, crafts, drama, campfires.
Facilities: Residence, dining hall and kitchen, sauna, bathrooms and showers, wide games field.
Contact Person: Kymbar Zahar
Northwest of Yorkton on #16
Purpose: To provide a Christian environment where all can learn to grow in their faith in God while building friendships and doing adventurous activities in nature.
Facilities: Cabins, motel, dining hall & kitchen, bathrooms & showers, games field, nurse’s cabin, beach, electrical sites.
Activities: Wake boarding/waterskiing/wake surfing, ceramics, candle making, crafts, horsemanship, canoeing, archery, outdoor adventure, high ropes challenge course, rock climbing, BMX, water park, swimming, rocketry, sports, cup stacking, drama, tubing, recreation.
Phone: 306-244-9700 Ext. 214, 306-674-2296
Contact: Sandra Wall, Youth Director
Wood Mountain Regional Park
Purpose: All camps provide a balanced program of worship, recreation, and leisure. Camp Woodboia seeks to provide an opportunity for each camper to experience the wonder of God’s natural world and grow in the Christian faith through fellowship, study, and fun.
Activities: Bible Study, Swimming, Rustic Setting, Nature Lore, Skits, Campfires, Crafts, Co-operative Games, Competitive Games, Good Food, Pizza, Lots of Fun!
Facilities: See website.
Contact Person: Ask for Registrar
CIRCLE SQUARE RANCH
12 miles south of Wolseley, SK
Purpose: To encourage young lives to grow spiritually, mentally, socially, and physically in an exciting, fun filled western adventure.
Facilities: 12 seasonal covered wagons, Year round lodge with 16 private rooms/full baths. Outdoor amphitheatre with fire pit, horse barn, riding area, petting zoo.
Activities: Western horsemanship, trail rides, horse science, vaulting, archery, riflery, BMX bikes, climbing wall, kayaking, swimming, campfires, tenting out-trips, geo-caching, petting zoo, canoeing, crafts, camp wide games, blob.
Phone: 306-698-2662 Fax: 306-698-2209
Contact: Robin Exner
CYPRESS HILLS CAMP
Cypress Hills Provincial Park, SK- side
Purpose: To impact every camper with the transforming message of Jesus Christ and to integrate them into the body of Christ where they become passionate followers of Jesus Christ capable of reproducing followers of Jesus.
Activities: Swimming, archery, horsemanship, trail rides, paintball, mountain boarding
and biking, radio controlled trucks, geocaching, canoeing, kayaking, crafts, paintball,
basketball, daily chapels.
Facilities: Kitchen/dining hall/bathroom facility-winterized, winterized chapel, 6 teepees, 6 cabins.
Phone: 306-662-3956 Fax: 306 662-5007
Contact: Mark Borrows CEO
DALLAS VALLEY RANCH CAMP
Boggy Creek Valley, Lumsden
Purpose: To provide a well rounded camp experience with fun, friends and great food and to encourage campers to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Summer: Western horsemanship, trail rides, riflery, archery, zip line, water park, swimming pool, canoeing, Bible studies, chapels, campfires, crafts, beach volleyball, basketball, climbing wall, high ropes course, challenge course, mountain biking and boarding.
Winter: Tobogganing, skating, trail & sleigh rides, riding clubs/lessons, climbing, archery, broomball.
Special Camps: Barrel racing camps for girls. Firearms safety camps for boys. Xtreme camps for boys and girls. Golf camp. Family camp, Retreats for 60+ seniors.
Facilities: Browse the DVRC website.
Contact Persons: Chris Thiessen, Brendon Woodall
ECHO LAKE BIBLE CAMP Fort Qu’Appelle Purpose: ELBC encourages people to discover their part in God’s glory. ELBC’s Mission is to provide an atmosphere where diverse people have the freedom to pursue their part in His story. Activities: Beach front, canoes/kayaks, paddle boats, beach volleyball, basketball, horseshoe pits, ball diamond, tenting, skiing, fishing, and golfing nearby, community walking/bike paths. Facilities: Jubilee Retreat Center: The Center is a fully modern, winterized, air-conditioned facility with a contemporary kitchen and dining room with a capacity to serve 300 people. Lounge area with fireplace. Lodging includes 14 individually heated rooms/electric heat, 40 single, 6 double beds. Phone: 306-332-4443, 306-570-5603(c)
Contact Persons: Chris & Monique Strachan
GLEN HARBOUR KIDS CAMP
Last Mountain Lake
Purpose: To provide children, youth, adults, family and business groups a place to enjoy the facilities of the camp and surrounding area.
Activities: Swimming, canoeing, waterskiing, fishing, beach volleyball, horse shoes, indoor and outdoor crafts, campfires, hiking and outdoor cooking.
Facilities: Dining hall, kitchen, cabins, meeting room, washrooms/showers, lakefront, tenting, outdoor cooking shelters, RV sites/electrical hookups.
Contact Person: Denita Shtuka (306 537-7898)