Each day starts with an amazing breakfast made from scratch in our lodge kitchen.
Each cabin is assigned a daily task to complete, such as setting up for meals or cleaning up one of the common areas in the camp.
Word of God (WOG)
Gathering together as a camp, we kick off our mornings with a combination of speakers, skits, games and sing-a-longs.
It's time for your first activity of the day with your cabin mates. We've got lots of fun activities for you all to enjoy together!
Refuel for your afternoon full of activities with a delicious meal by our amazing cooks.
It's time to begin your scheduled afternoon of activities! Check with your cabin leader or the lodge bulletin board to find out what's on the agenda.
Grab a snack from the canteen and hang out with your camp buddies during a break between activities.
Hopefully you’re still energized and ready for more fun, enjoy more activity time to make the most of your summer camp experience.
Get ready for a memorable dining experience at the end of the day, as we showcase a variety of themed meals including fancy dress up supper on the last night.
Wide Games & Special Events
Every evening, the entire camp comes together to participate in a special event or a round of wide games, fostering a sense of community and camaraderie among campers.
After games we gather around the fire for a sing-a-long, skits and an inspirational talk lead by our spiritual director. Campfire is subject to weather and fire bans.
As you head back to your cabin for the night, don’t forget to grab a snack.
It's time to recap your day with your cabin mates, wind down, and prepare for bed.
All campers will be expected to be in bed at lights out to ensure they have enough rest to be fully energized for their next day.
Our activities are led by trained instructors and lifeguards for a safe and amazing experience.
We encourage our campers to try new things.
We have very friendly extremely well trained horses. Our amazing barn staff will be by your side introducing you to your horse at your own pace. Rides go through our riding trails or around our riding arenas.
For your safety, wearing a riding helmet is mandatory.
Work together with your cabin mates and cabin leaders to steer the canoe around the lake and back to camp. We also do lots of games on the water including scavenger hunts, racing and much more.
For your safety, life jackets must be worn while in the canoe.
Get ready for an exhilarating adventure that requires teamwork, skill, and patience to emerge victorious! Strategize and outmaneuver your opponents to avoid getting caught.
For your safety, wearing a protective mask is mandatory while on the field. Paintball is unavailable during ranch camps, riding school or fishing camp.
Arts & Crafts
Let your creativity run wild. We plan lots of different crafts to make sure everyone has their turn at something they find fun.
Make a splash in to the lake that sends ripples to the other side. If water isn’t your thing you can always enjoy the beach making sand castles or try burying a cabin mate or cabin leader in the sand.
Life jackets are available for any inexperienced swimmers.
Take aim at the targets and see if you have what it takes. Track your progress through out camp and see how good you get. Join the friendly competition against your fellow campers.
Preparing For Camp
Cabins & Facilities
You will be staying in a cabin with other campers your age and with 1 or 2 cabin leaders. Washrooms with flush toilets, sinks and showers will be available at the ATCO trailer for girls and in the lodge for boys. Check out our facilities for more information.
When assigning cabins, campers are grouped by age and gender. If you are looking to be grouped with a friend or sibling, please fill out the roommate request section on your registration form. Our goal is to accommodate all requested pairings.
Don't forget to pack all the essentials to make the most of your time at camp and have a great experience. We have a suggested packing list available in our parents guide as well a list of what not to bring.
It's Okay to Be Shy!
We’ll help you make friends and feel included in a way that feels comfortable for you. We want you to be involved in camp activities, but we’ll let you decide when you’re ready.
What's There To Eat?
All of our meals, including bagels and buns, are freshly made on-site and baked from scratch. Each week the menu features from a variety of main dishes and each meal feature fruit or vegetables.
Our breakfast menu includes popular items such as pancakes, bagels, cinnamon buns, egg dishes, hashbrowns, bacon or sausage, yogurt or oatmeal, and fruit.
Some of our lunch options include individual pizzas, mac and cheese, taco salad, chicken strips with tater tots, soup, and our famous Teen Time buns, along with a veggie tray and dip.
Our supper menu features a variety of favorites such as beach party burgers with fries, turkey dinner, spaghetti with garlic bread, ham and perogies, sweet and sour meatballs, and many more. Served with hot veggies, salads, and a delicious dessert!
Although we do not cook with peanut products we can not guarantee a peanut free environment. Peanut free snack items are available at the canteen.
We accommodate most dietary needs and restrictions such as vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, etc. Please inform us of any food-related restrictions at the time of booking.
Our canteen offers a variety of snacks and drinks such as chocolate bars, chips, and drinks priced at $1-2. Additionally, we have Teen Time branded items available for purchase, including T-shirts and Camp Photo USBs for $15 each.
If you would like to purchase items at our canteen we recommend you bring cash along.
The money will be held in the safe during the week to prevent loss or theft, cash remaining will be returned on the last day of camp.
Memories To Keep Forever
Take home your summer camp memories with our USB photo stick featuring photos taken by Sparky.
Available for purchase at the canteen or sign out desk at the end of each camp for $15 during the following camps:
- Ranch Camp 1, 2 & 3
- Blitz Camp 1 & 2
- Super Camp
- Riding School
- Paintball 2
Many of the photos on this website are courtesy of Sparky. If you’re looking for past summer photos (2002-2023) contact Sparky.
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Can I call home?
Casual phone use is not available. In case of emergencies phone use will be permitted.
What is Co-Ed?
Co-Ed means that camp is available for both boys and girls. All of our camps are Co-Ed except for fishing camp and select paintball camps.