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What to Bring (Based on a 2 night stay) What Not to Bring
Fall/Winter/Spring:
  • 2-3 short sleeved t-shirts
  • 1-2 long sleeved shirts
  • 1-2 warm sweaters or sweatshirts
  • 2-3 pairs of long pants
  • 3 pairs of underwear
  • 3-5 pairs of socks
  • 1 pair of pyjamas
  • 1 pair of indoor shoes or slippers
  • 1 pair of boots
  • 2 towels
  • 1 facecloth
  • 1 shampoo and soap
  • 1 toothbrush and toothpaste
  • 1 deodorant
  • 1 hairbrush/comb
Cold Weather:
  • 1 warm coat and hat or toque
  • 1-2 pairs of mittens or gloves and a scarf
  • 1 pair of snow or wind pants
  • 1 pair of warm waterproof boots
  • 1 pair of long underwear
  • Money, jewellery or other valuables
  • Sleeping bag and pillow (will be provided by camp)
  • Candy, gum or other snack foods
  • Electronic games, MP3 players or cell phones
  • Digital cameras and other valuable electronics (video recorders)

Optional Items

  • Waterproof disposable camera
  • Rubber boots
  • Rain pants
  • A journal

Don’t forget - label everything!

Make a list of everything your child is bringing, then pack that list in your child’s luggage to help them remember what they brought when it’s time to pack up for home.

Other Important Information

Travelling To and From Camp

The Foundation covers the cost and arranges the transportation for all participants.

Supervision

The 24-hour/day experience offers countless opportunities for campers to broaden their horizons, learn by doing and developing as healthy individuals.

For parents, it is important to understand that while under the leadership of skilled staff, campers may engage in activities that come with some physical risk. In all cases, the health, safety, and well-being of each camper is emphasized. Our hope is that through personal by challenges, campers will gain a more positive view of the world and their place in it.

Please Note: Visiting organizations are responsible for providing all supervision and care of children in camp buildings and bunkhouses, including overnight supervision.

Health & Wellness

A successful and enjoyable camp experience starts with a healthy camper. Please identify any serious allergies or medical concerns and we will follow-up with the participant.

Allergies

The health and safety of your child is our top priority. When a camp is made aware of a child's allergies, food allergies in particular, efforts are made to ensure alternatives are available.

Note about nut allergies

For children with severe nut allergies, reasonable efforts will be made to reduce or eliminate their contact with nut substances. Parents/guardians must be aware that the Foundation cannot guarantee a completely nut-free environment.

Food Services

The health and well-being of our campers is our top priority. This is why we strive to provide the best quality food service possible. Our appetizing menus include a variety of nutritional foods that appeal to children.

Each day campers receive three meals, an evening snack, and are offered fresh fruit any time of day. Whether eating in the camp dining room or on a picnic, they’ll always find plenty of great food!

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