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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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Testimonials

Submit a testimonial of what God has done in your life because of camp and you could win a prize!  Not limited just to current campers, but to all who have been campers, staff or volunteers at Pinecrest!

Comments

Throughout my life I have been a camper, a counselor, a games director, a roofer (for the dining hall), a van driver, and am currently the Vice President of the Camp Board.

Many of my best memories are from camp -and not just from my days as a camper. I made some life long friends at camp and it is still a part of every summer -be it a work day, a week of camp, or just coming out for some last minute maintenance.

Come to camp, you may never want to leave!

I have grown up at camp! Throughout the years, I have been a camper, a gopher ("go for this, go for that..."), and a counsellor, and I have loved every minute of it. Many of the best memories of my life happened at camp and I wouldn't trade all the summers I spent there for anything. It is a very special place and God's presence is very evident. The things I experienced, the relationships I built, and the lessons I learned there have brought me through the best and the toughest times in my life. Come out and experience it for yourself! You won't be disappointed!

Pinecrest is awesome!

I started going to camp when I was 11 and was hooked. Growing up in a non-Christian home, Pinecrest became one of the few religious influences on my life. It didn't take God long to get my attention as I accepted Jesus as my Savior during my second summer at camp. I thank God for the spiritual growth I've experienced at Pinecrest Camp over the last 20 years.

It is so cool to get away from all the distraction we normally have in our life, spend time at camp, slow things down a bit and surround yourself with God’s creation. Nothing beats camp.

I was a camper at Pinecrest every summer since I could go to Scamper camp, was a C.I.T. ever since I was old enough and am still a counsellor and loving every minute of it. Honestly, Pinecrest for me, is more than the amazing good times spent there. I grew up with it and it has shaped me into the person I am today. Every time I go, I get reenergized by God's spirit and no where else has been able to do that for me like camp does. Camp is like my summer home, complete with a second family (fellow staff, campers). Just driving into camp and seeing the familiar cabins and hearing the camp bell ring, makes me feel like I'm seeing an old friend. I've met so many awesome people along the way and still keep in contact with a lot of them! The friendships I've made at camp have lasted well beyond the cabins and the pine trees. Each building and little clearing at camp holds a memory for me and I look forward to heading back there and create new ones every summer. I'm in college now and I can say that Pinecrest is still just as important to me as it was when I was younger. The memories I've made there will last me a lifetime and I can say with certainty that when I get old, I will look at the times spent at camp as some of the best of my life.

As a kid at camp, I loved kayaking. Canoeing was also fun - especially when we were allowed to 'gunnel'. If you don't know what that is, I guess you'll just have to experience camp to find out! Another good memory is when some of the older counsellors would tell us campers scary stories of 'the Wookalar' (the spelling of that is always a mystery to me...). I also loved campfire. It was so awesome singing by the fire and looking up to see the big trees swaying in the wind.

Each time I'm a counsellor, I'm so amazed to watch how much the most reserved and unsure children blossom and create friendships and grow in their faith throughout the week. I haven't seen one child that hasn't grown in some way at Pinecrest. It's one of the best things to watch happen. All the campers that I have every year, become really special to me throughout the week and I just love to see the smiles on their faces and see them soak in what camp has to offer and what God has planted in their hearts.

Pinecrest Baptist Bible Camp will always have a special place in my heart :)