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Camp Facilities

Chapel, dining hall, indoor showers and washrooms, camper and worker cabins, and RV hookups.

Park facilities include a pool, lake and beach areas, bike and hiking trails, mini-golf, golf course, zip line, climbing wall, observatory, and horseback riding stables.

Activities Offered

Some of the activities offered by Pinecrest include: archery, pelletry, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boats, horseback riding, softball, golfing, volleyball, basketball, hiking, golfing, mountain biking, mini-golf, crafts, camp skills, trampoline, Bible studies, Chapel, campfires and much more. All activities and a canteen allowance are included in the camper’s registration fee.

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Campers

 

Registration Forms

Registration forms are available at supporting churches and from this printable brochure.

Brochure (pdf)

Single Page Registration Form (pdf)

If registered before the early bird date, campers will receive $20 off the cost of registration (week long camps only).

Final registration deadline is 2 weeks before the start of the camp. 

If a camper is unable to attend, the entire registration fee less $10 will be refunded.

If a family cannot afford to send their children to camp, please contact us about some of the sponsorship opportunities available. 

All activities at a certain camp are included in the registration fee.

 


 

A Typical Camp Day

A typical camp day begins with a wake up call from the counselor.  After a few minutes to get ready for the day, a nutritious breakfast is served by our excellent volunteer cooks.  Following breakfast, the director announces daily activities and chores for the camper work groups to do.  These include washing dishes, sweeping the chapel, cleaning up the camp grounds, and cleaning the washrooms. 

After chores, the campers gather in the chapel to sing worship to God, hear the Word of God, listen to some great stories from the speaker and have the opportunity to respond.  During chapel time, someone checks the cabins and ranks them for cleanliness, order and creativity.  At the end of the week, prizes are given out to whichever cabin did best throughout the week!

A skill follows chapel, which can be any number of the offerings either on camp grounds or found within the park.  After the skill, it is lunch time!  Another nutritious meal is served and there is nothing better to do after lunch than have a rest time to have some time alone with God.  Another skill usually follows rest time, as well as a visit to the canteen for a snack. A third skill or perhaps a campwide activity like a visit to the pool or lake is usually next.

Supper is served in the mess hall, and then another camp wide activity occurs.  This is the time when we play camp games –either on the grounds or someplace in the nearby forest.  A snack is served, and then a fireside time with more worship happens.  We hear from our speaker once again as darkness falls over the camp and then it is time to get ready for bed and lights out.

 

This is the typical camp day, but some days will be very different depending on the activities planned.

 


 

What to Bring

Please Bring:

  • Bible, Notebook, Pens
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Extra Blanket or Blankets
  • Sheets & Pillow
  • Personal Grooming Needs
  • Towels, Soap, etc.
  • Water Bottle
  • Warm Modest Clothing
  • Rain Gear (including boots)
  • Modest Swimwear
  • Comfortable Shoes for Walking

Do not bring:

  • Gum, Sunflower Seeds & Junk Food
  • Radios, MP3 players, Phones, game systems
  • Comic Books
  • Knives

Optional Items:

  • Bicycle and Helmet
  • Insect Repellent
  • Flashlight
  • Camera

Check the individual camp pages for special items that may enhance your camp experience even more!

Please make sure that everything is clearly marked with the camper's name.