Eco-Adventure Camp

Registration FAQ

How can I register for Eco-Adventure Camp?
Check out the information on our Registration Page. 

Can I register online?
Yes, visit our Registration Page to find more information on our online registration.

How can I pay?
We accept debit and credit online through our Registration Page portal. We also accept cash or cheque in person on the first morning of camp and by mail.

What age groups is the camp for?
Eco-Adventure Camp is for campers between the ages of 8-13. Our Leader in Training program is designed for young leaders between the ages 13-18.

Are there bursaries available?

Financial assistance can be provided in cases of demonstrated need. Please fill out a bursary application form and submit it by mail or email if you wish to be considered for financial assistance. Both partial and full bursaries are available, depending on circumstances.


Camp Logistics

Where can I find information about camp?
Our camp handbook has everything you need to know about camp! It is located here.

When is Drop-off and Pickup?

Morning drop-off and afternoon pickup are outside the main entrance of Humphrey Hall (62 Arch Street) at 8:45 – 9:00 AM and 4:30 – 5:00 PM (typically closer to 4:30 PM). The bus leaves campus at 9:00 AM and departs from Elbow Lake at 4:00 PM. 

Are there other Drop-off or pickup locations?

Several other stops are available along our bus route:

Do you provide before-care?

Before-care is facilitated by ScienceQuest at Beamish-Munro Hall (45 Union Street West) and costs $20.00 per child per week. Visit the Add-Ons section when you register for camp to sign up.


Bi-Weekly Public Events

How can I learn more about Weekly Public Events?
Visit the Elbow Lake website (https://elbowlakecentre.ca/events/) for weekly public event descriptions and registration!

Camp Policies

Below are policies related to Behaviour Management. For information about any of our other camp policies, please contact our Camp Director.

Service Agreement

We are committed to providing each camper and their family with a quality summer camp experience. It must be understood that camp is part of a community made up of parents, campers, and staff and there are requirements asked of each of these parties. These requirements must be met in order to maintain the safety and satisfaction of everyone involved.

Those who wish to put their needs above the needs and safety of others within our community are not welcome. Verbal abuse, operating a vehicle in an unsafe manner while on camp property, requesting exemptions to camp rules, making demands that are outside of our advertised services, and general behaviour that prevents us from serving others within our community cannot be permitted to occur.

We are eager to hear from you if you feel that we are not living up to the services that we have agreed to provide. We will make every effort to correct mistakes that are made. However, this process cannot jeopardize the safety of others. We reserve the right to terminate our services and future services at any time.