Eco-Adventure Camp


All our staff are Queen’s University students and have a minimum of Standard First Aid with CPR C, and our lifeguards all possess National Lifeguard Service (NLS) certification from the Lifesaving Society of Canada. Counsellors and staff are constantly working hard to ensure a safe and fun camp experience for our campers.

Ruth (Director)

Ruth is a third-year student in the Concurrent Education program at Queen’s University, studying History and French. This is her 7th year working at a summer camp. Her interests include stargazing, watching planet earth, making crafts, knitting and Spiderman.  


 Emma (Assistant Director)

Emma is a third-year Biology student at Queen’s University. When she is not playing rugby for Queen’s, you can find her on a stand-up paddle board, watching funny animal videos or petting the nearest dog. She is ecstatic to take her three years of camp counsellor experience to Eco-Adventure Camp and explore the biological diversity that Elbow Lake has to offer.
 Nestor (Counsellor)

Nestor is a Queen’s student studying Biology and Psychology. Some of his hobbies include taking long bike rides, travelling and playing chess. Last summer, he had the opportunity to visit Kenya through a field course and enjoyed going on safaris and learning about conservation ecology. An interesting fact about him is that he used to be a child actor in commercials, short films and music videos. He also played for over 10 years in a steel pan band that went on biennial summer tours, allowing him to see most of Europe on over 5 band tours.
 Sarah (Counsellor)

Sarah has completed her Bachelor of Science (Honours) with a specialization in Biology and Psychology and will be continuing her time at Queen’s by completing a Bachelor of Education  in the fall.  She is extremely excited to explore the outdoors and discover all that nature and Eco-Adventure Camp has to offer! 
 James (Counsellor)

James is a second year Biology student at Queen’s University and this will be his fifth year working at summer camps. When not working, he can be found playing guitar or spending time in nature any way he can. One fun fact about James is that he’s been camping in Algonquin park for a total of over 100 days!