* Please note that the grades listed indicate what grade campers will have completed as of June 2019
A great introduction to camp. Three days full of fun, games, campfires and friends. They will leave with warm memories, new songs and treasured crafts they create.
This 4-day camp will be packed with fun and excitement including a mix of activities from both Primary and JIB camps.
Campers will enjoy the great outdoors for this 5 day camp. Swimming, canoeing, cookouts, and campfires are some of JIB camper’s favourites. High energy and lots of fun.
The perfect blend of our JIB and Teen programs, for campers who love fun. Canoeing, theme meals, archery, silly songs, sleepouts and more! Focusing on community building and developing independence, this session is sure to be a hit.
Come and enjoy a fun filled week of canoeing, sleep-outs and hanging-out with good friends. Challenge yourself in the banana relay and participate in the camp formal dinner and dance.
This popular eight day camp includes canoeing, swimming, night games, crafts, archery, environmental hikes, sleep-outs and a formal dinner and dance. Campers always enjoy crazy songs, skits and campfire.
This camp is designed for young adults who want to develop outdoor survival skills and explore a piece of southern Saskatchewan. It is also Bronze, Silver and Gold level qualifying for those participating in the Duke of Edinburgh International Award.
Campers will be involved in goal setting and planning for this camp, plus there will be some guests—naturalists, artists, and more—who will offer their skills and expertise to enhance the experience. Aside from the first day, campers and the group facilitator will live away from the main camp site. Sleeping in tents or under the stars, preparing hot meals over a fire, and exploring Lumsden Beach Camp’s 267 acres and beyond. Moving by foot, canoe, kayak, campers will slow down and get to know the beautiful landscape of this place
The cost of this camp includes facilitation, most outdoor gear (excluding personal items), food, guest presenters, activities and more!
The groups will meet (virtually), in advance of the camp to chat about packing, to meet the facilitator, and start preparing for their Adventurous Journey!
For Duke of Edinburgh Award participants: this camp counts as a combined Bronze or Silver Practice and Qualifying Journeys. It can also count as a Gold Qualifying Journey.
*bursaries may be available for this session. please let us know if the cost is prohibitive to your participation.
Do you love children, camping and fun? Want to develop your leadership skills and deepen your faith? Be a LIT this summer!
Applications must be received by May 1, 2017. Applicants will be interviewed and 5-9 people will be accepted into the program. The LIT program will consist of a two-day training session in Regina in May and an onsite program at camp July 1 - 7 (including Primary 1 Camp).