Eco-Adventure Camp


All our staff are undergraduates at Queen’s University, and have a minimum of Standard First Aid with CPR C. Lifeguards are all certified with the National Lifeguard Service.


Kelly (Director)


Kelly is a cool cat who enjoys romantic getaways to the Galapagos Islands. In her spare time, she organises fruit flies alphabetically by their level of self-esteem. She is very passionate about conservation and ecology, and dreamed of working on a Pokemon wildlife reserve as a child. Kelly is super excited to meet all the kids, and can’t wait to show them the true meaning of being a warrior princess. She enjoys camping, canoeing, and swimming and is a certified Wilderness First Responder.  


Rachel (Associate Director)


Rachel is going into her fourth year of Geology and Environmental Studies. She is a certified lifeguard and enjoys water sports, swimming, and all kinds of boats. She has been at camp longer than any of the staff, beginning as a Leader in Training in 2013. This is her second year as a Director, and she is excited to return to Eco-Adventure for 2017 to spend as much time in Elbow Lake as possible.
 Jordan (Counsellor)

Jordan is entering his third year of biology, with a minor in drama. He enjoys fencing, video games, theatre, and Dungeons and Dragons. He likes longboarding and mountain climbing, and has always wanted to do a cross-country tour through the Vatican. Jordan is an experienced first-aider and was a Chief Scout with Scouts Canada in high school. He hopes to share his knowledge and love of the outdoors with campers, and use his creativity to give them the best camp experience possible.
Josh (Counsellor)


Josh is a veteran of Eco-Adventure Camp. Having started as a camper and then a Leader in Training, he is thrilled to finally be a counsellor at the place he loves most! Josh is a Lifesaving Society-certified lifeguard, world traveller, and sailing enthusiast. He is described by friends as being friendly, hilarious and charismatic. He is described by himself as being all of those things, but also humble. He looks forward to a great (hot) summer spent in Elbow Lake!
Megan (Counsellor)

Megan is going into her fourth year of biology. She is a seasoned canoeist and kayaker, and has extensive experience in conservation outreach with the Wildlife Federation of Canada. In her spare time, she loves to play guitar and do yoga. She loves to travel and recently journeyed to Cairo, Egypt. She is excited to spend the summer outdoors and share her passion for conservation with campers!