Feel free to call us at (403) 638-4230
For health and practical reasons, we do not allow groups to use our kitchen to prepare meals. We do, however, provide a microwave oven and small refrigerator at guests’ request.
Yes, our kitchen staff is happy to cook according to your dietary needs. Please notify the camp at least ten days in advance so that we can be prepared.
We’ve prepared a list of things that you may want to bring click to see list. For trail rides, long pants and close-toed shoes are required.
Unfortunately, due to health and other concerns pets are not allowed at camp.
Please email our guest services coordinator for prices. Fees vary depending on:
Camp Evergreen is a fully winterized, year round facility. We welcome guests throughout the year except for:
Yes! All of our meeting and dining areas are wheelchair accessible, as well as some of our cabins and the general store. The outdoor washroom is a dedicated barrier-free washroom. Most of our trails are wide and smooth for easy travel around the main camp.
We love to give tours! Please phone us and let us know when it suits you to come.
Yes – in some areas. Cell phone coverage is inconsistent. We do encourage guests to leave electronics in their vehicles, so that they can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere at camp.
The spacious dining room can double as an indoor activity space between meals.
The Activity Centre is our largest indoor area and built for everything from indoor relay races to full band rehearsals.
Our beautiful Heritage room is a smaller meeting room perfect for meetings, marking papers or teaching small groups.
This large room can be converted into another place for meetings, practices and free time
Our 10 modern cabins are each equipped with small sitting areas, perfect for small study sessions or small group rehearsal space.
Growing from our small tuck shop, our Moose Junction General Store offers everything from deodorant to skittles.
With the heated washroom block just steps away from the cabins, students can shower and ‘Axe up’ without fumigating the cabins.
Our dorm-style rooms are located in the upper floor of the Lodge. These rooms are conveniently located with the dining hall downstairs and washrooms down the hall.
For a more rustic experience, our traditional cabins can house 6 people each and keep you nice and cozy while still providing a nostalgic outdoor experience.
Our Food Services Director, Justin Willms, is convinced he can change your mind on what you consider “camp food” to be like. He plans every menu with a lot of heart and a whole lot more home-cooked goodness. Special diets can be accommodated.