The Best Week of
Summer!

Best week of summer

Summer at Camp Evergreen means big fun, amazing friendships and growing faith. We love to have adventures doing awesome activities like wall climbing, horseback riding, canoeing and playing crazy games. We love forming friendships through teamwork, being silly with cabin mates and learning from leaders. Most of all, we love watching self-confidence grow as we learn about how God is real in our everyday lives and celebrate that in all we do.

We offer three types summer camp programs — Base Camps, Out-Trips and Developing Leaders.

The Best Week of Summer Awaits.

Registration Begins
Jan.02.2019
Family Camp Registration Begins Feb.04.2019

Choose your
Camp

  • Base Camps • Base Camps • Base Camps • Base Camps

    Big fun!

    At the main site

    Base camps are offered for all age groups and take place on Camp Evergreen’s main site which houses our new cabins, kitchen and dining hall, washroom facilities and indoor/outdoor activity facilities.

    What will I get to do at base camp?

    Camp Evergreen offers an awesome array of activities including:

    • High Ropes & Challenge Courses
    • Horseback Riding
    • Wall Climbing
    • Canoeing
    • Zip Line
    • Archery
    • Field Games
    • Paint Ball
    • Building & Engineering
    • Sports
    • Arts & Crafts
    • Survival Skills

    Pro Skills

    Older campers will get to spend dedicated time throughout the week in their favorite activities of their choosing. Trail Blazer campers will get to choose two Semi-Pro Skills while Ignite and Impact campers will choose either two Semi-Pro Skills or one Pro Skill to develop. Register early as some skills have limited availability. Register for Base Camp.

    Younger campers in our Sparks, Jr. Explorers and Explorers programs will spend their time at summer camp trying out all that we have to offer.

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    Where will I sleep and what’s for dinner?

    Campers will stay in groups along with two leaders in our newly built cabins. The cabins are in close proximity to washroom facilities and have bunk beds for a maximum of 12 people. Our cabin leaders are amazing. They make sure campers are having the best week of their summer by ensuring safety and facilitating fun.

    Our kitchen staff prepares three, delicious homemade meals each day as well as an evening snack. Campers will be well fueled for all their activities with balanced, age appropriate options. At Camp Evergreen the bacon is plentiful, the pizza is legendary and the homemade granola bars don’t last long.

    What is the spiritual atmosphere like?

    We want our campers to grow not only physically, mentally and socially, but spiritually as well. Twice each day, our base campers will come together as a large group to sing, listen to the guest speaker and learn about God at chapel sessions. Our leaders will facilitate safe sharing and discussion time after each chapel session as well as use opportunities throughout the week to show how God is present in our everyday lives.

    What safety measures are in place during summer camp?

    At Camp Evergreen we take safety seriously and ensure the following precautions are in place during all of our summer camps:

    • Designated Medical Personnel (DMP) are on site at all times. DMPs are trained in CPR and First Aid, store and administer all medications (prescription or otherwise) and document all medical incidents.
    • Staff have current Standard First Aid certificates and have gone through Safe Place Policy training.
    • Staff and volunteers have current Criminal Record Checks with Vulnerable Sector Searches on file.
    • Up-to-date accreditation from the Association of Challenge Course Technology.

    We understand sending your child to a sleepaway camp is a big deal so we have lots of detailed resources for parents:

    F.A.Q
    Camp Policies
    Parent Handbook
  • Out-Trips • Out-Trips • Out-Trips • Out Trips

    Amazing Adventures

    In the Evergreen wilderness

    Out-Trips are offered to campers beginning in grade four and take place in the remote corners of the vast Camp Evergreen property.

    What will I get to do on an out-trip?

    We offer four Out-Trip programs, each with different activities available to campers.

    Where will I sleep and what’s for dinner?

    We have two amazing, remote sites on the Camp Evergreen property set-up for Out-Trips. Campers will stay in groups with leaders either in tipis or old-school outfitter tents. The sites are equipped with outhouse facilities, and campers will have the opportunity to return to the main site for showers. Our Out-Trip leaders are amazing. They make sure campers are having the best week of their summer by ensuring safety, facilitating fun, teaching and encouraging all week.

    Our kitchen staff sends delicious, easy to prepare ingredients to the Out-Trip sites where campers and leaders get to cook breakfast, lunch and dinner together. Campers will be well fueled for all their activities with balanced, age-appropriate options. Of course, we have to roast a few hot dogs and marshmallows over the fire too.

    What is the spiritual atmosphere like?

    We want our campers to grow not only physically, mentally and socially, but spiritually as well. Each day, campers will learn about God at chapel sessions. Out-Trip leaders will teach bible-based devotionals, share their personal stories and facilitate safe sharing and discussion time. They will also use opportunities throughout the week to show how God is present in our everyday lives.

    What safety measures are in place during summer camp?

    At Camp Evergreen we take safety seriously and ensure the following precautions are in place during all of our summer camps:

    • Designated Medical Personnel (DMP) are on site at all times. DMPs are trained in CPR and First Aid, store and administer all medications (prescription or otherwise) and document all medical incidents.
    • Staff have current Standard First Aid certificates and have gone through Safe Place Policy training.
    • Staff and volunteers have current Criminal Record Checks with Vulnerable Sector Searches on file.
    • Up-to-date accreditation from the Association of Challenge Course Technology.

    We understand sending your child to a sleepaway camp is a big deal so we have lots of detailed resources for parents:

    F.A.Q
    Camp Policies
    Parent Handbook
  • Developing Leaders • Developing Leaders • Developing Leaders

    Work, Play & Grow

    Behind the scenes at Evergreen

    The Developing Leaders programs are offered to campers in grades 9 - 12 who dream of one day becoming staff at Camp Evergreen. Campers will be based on our main site which houses our new cabins, kitchen and dining hall, washroom facilities and indoor/outdoor activity facilities.

    What will I get to do in a Developing Leaders program?

    Developing Leaders campers may even be eligible for high school credit!
    We offer three Developing Leaders programs for different age groups.

    • Pit Crew

      Available to campers in grades 9 & 10
      2 week program
      • This two week, junior staff training program gives a behind-the-scenes experience of Camp Evergreen along with all the fun and activities campers love and expect.
      • Pit Crew spends the first part of each day serving in the nitty-gritty areas that are essential to making summer camp run – working in the kitchen, cleaning bathrooms, vacuuming the dining hall and helping to run games with the staff.
      • The second part of the day is filled with activities, discipleship training and fun with your Crew.
    • Wrangler Up

      Available for campers in grades 8-10
      1 or 2 week program
      • This camp is for horse enthusiasts and designed for our future Evergreen Wranglers.
      • Refine your riding, saddling and cleaning skills while forming friendships which last a lifetime.
    • Internships

      Available to campers in grades 11 & 12
      4 week program
      • This immersive training program is designed to fuel our campers’ passions, teach them and disciple them as they prepare to become Camp Evergreen staff.
      • Interns will work alongside our staff as they train in focus areas like cabin leading, audio/visual, activities, horses or kitchen.

    Where will I sleep and what’s for dinner?

    Campers in our Developing Leaders programs will stay in groups in cabins or in our main lodge. The cabins are in close proximity to washroom facilities and have bunk beds for your stay. Our lodge has full washroom facilities as well. Our kitchen staff (with help from Pit Crew and Interns) prepares three, delicious homemade meals each day as well as an evening snack. Campers will be well fueled for all their activities with balanced, age-appropriate options. At Camp Evergreen “seconds” could be our favourite word…

    What is the spiritual atmosphere like?

    We want our campers to grow - not only physically, mentally and socially, but spiritually as well. As we train our next generation of staff through the Developing Leaders programs, we want to help them grow in their personal relationships with Jesus Christ, teach them about servant leadership and challenge them to pursue God every day whether they are at Camp or not. Pit Crew will have dedicated discipleship sessions each day with their leaders. Interns will explore topics in depth as they discuss them over the course of a week. Wrangler Up will have discipleship sessions at our Barn which focus on the spiritual truth God teaches us through working with horses.

    What safety measures are in place during summer camp?

    At Camp Evergreen we take safety seriously and ensure the following precautions are in place during all of our summer camps:

    • Designated Medical Personnel (DMP) are on site at all times. DMPs are trained in CPR and First Aid, store and administer all medications (prescription or otherwise) and document all medical incidents.
    • Staff have current Standard First Aid certificates and have gone through Safe Place Policy training.
    • Staff and volunteers have current Criminal Record Checks with Vulnerable Sector Searches on file.
    • Up-to-date accreditation from the Association of Challenge Course Technology.

    We understand sending your child to a sleepaway camp is a big deal so we have lots of detailed resources for parents:

    F.A.Q
    Camp Policies
    Parent Handbook