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This page is up to date as of February 1, 2023.
These camps offer a little bit of everything. Campers get to choose their own activities to do for the week, plus different cabin activities each day. New games, wacky dress-up meals, fun songs, fierce competitions, and great food, these camps have it all! Registration starts at 5:00 pm Sunday and closing is at 3:00 pm on Friday.
New this year, we're offering a Day Camp option for all of our camps. Parents would be responsible for drop off each morning at 9:00 am and pick up each evening at 8:00 pm. During the day campers would participate in all parts of camp as usual.
$40 Ages 5-7 Monday, July 31
A great way to introduce your child to the KLBC experience. We'll play some awesome group games, swim in our pool, sing fun songs, and create fantastic crafts. Parents are welcome to hang out for as long as they want. Registration is at 10:00 am and pickup happens at 6:00 pm. Parents are welcome to join us for supper at 5:00 pm.
$60 Ages 6-8 Aug 1-2
Couldn't get enough of KLBC at Day Camp? Want to try spending the night at camp? Then Overnight Camp is for you! We'll fill our two days with all the best parts of Day Camp and even more fun activities to give you a taste of a full week of camp. Registration is at 10:00 am and pickup is at 3:00 pm on the second day.
This camp offers all the awesomeness of a 'regular' week of camp, but in a shorter week. Camp starts on Tuesday at 2:00 pm and wraps up with our regular Friday closing at 3:00 pm.
Since most Squirt campers are first time campers, we want them to experience all of what makes camp so great. That’s why Squirt campers will try different skills every day. They’ll get to sample it all and discover what skills they really want to do when they come back to Jr camps in future summers. So there’s no need to worry about choosing, and no extra skill fees to pay.
We know that Teen camp is all about the people, not just the activities. It's about having the freedom to hang out and play board games, or enter a paintballing tournament as a group of friends. So, there's no more skill fees, and you get to choose new skills to try every day! Wanna go tubing with all your friends today? Then sign up together, and don't worry about whether you've paid an extra tubing fee. When you register, sign up for your favorite skills, but know that you won't be limited to those skills all week. Plus, we'll have multiple tournaments you can compete in throughout the week, like ball hockey, dutch blitz, rocket-ball, ping pong, a talent show, and more. It's gonna be great, we can't wait to have you join us!
Becoming Obedient Lifelong Disciples
Can't get enough of camp? Thinking about becoming a summer missionary someday? Maybe you want some intentional community as you grow in your faith? Try BOLD!
This two week camp will combine intentional mentorship and discipleship for teens ages 13-15 who want to grow in their faith, experience working in a ministry program, and enjoy some great camp activities! During these two weeks campers will serve with other BOLD campers and will spend the majority of the day in their small group (6-12 campers)
What to expect:
Service projects: A large part of this program is based around doing service projects alongside program leaders and other BOLD campers. You can expect to help with landscaping projects, cleaning jobs, and program preparation.
Fun activities: Everyday there will be time to enjoy camp. Paintballing, swimming, tubing, kayaking, wall climbing, and more!
Spiritual Growth: Campers will be challenged in their faith through daily devotions, Bible Studies, and intentional mentoring.
BOLD camps start on Sundays at 3:30 pm and run until Friday at 3 pm. Over the weekend campers are not permitted to remain at camp. There is an additional application for BOLD built into the online registration for the camper to complete prior to acceptance into the program.
Aug 4-Aug 7
*Camp Lodging (Cabins, Lodge, Motel) are full.
Trailer/Tent spots are still available.
Are you ready for a break? If you long to be refreshed, re-energized and make some unforgettable memories with your family, this is the camp for you!
Camp starts with a supper at 6:00pm on Aug 4th, and ends at noon on August 7th. Be sure to register in advance to ensure you get the accommodations you need for your family. Each day we'll have a chapel session, our tuck shop will be open, and there will be lots of time to have fun, whether that be in our pool, out on the lake, or around the campfire.
During this weekend there will be limited individuals on the summer missionary team so campers' participation in meal prep and camp cleanup is encouraged. No pets are allowed in camp buildings.
Cost for the weekend is by donation. Tax receipts will be issued for donations greater than $100 for a single person or $200 for a family. Any donations received will be used to cover the costs of the weekend and the ongoing financial needs of camp ministry.
To make it as easy as possible for campers to get to camp, we're expanding our shuttle options. When registering, parents can select our shuttle service which will make a loop with our bus through Estevan, Weyburn, and Stoughton to pick up campers whose parents may not be able to drop them off right in Kenosee on Sunday. We'll do the same loop again on Friday. There will be a $10/fee per direction. The shuttle will only run if a sufficient number of campers are signed up for it.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the pickup time listed, as we will be departing at that time. There will be volunteers at each location helping to organize everyone before and after the bus's arrival/departure. If a reduced number of campers choose daily transportation, we will send as smaller vehicle as we're able.
Campers can choose our Day Camp option for all of our camps. Parents would be responsible to drop the camper off each morning at 9:00 (starting Monday) and pick them up each evening at 8:00 (Friday pickup is at 3:00). Some camp's evening pick up will be closer to 8:30, but exact timing on your child's camp will be confirmed after their registration. Day Campers pay the same camp fees as an overnight camper.
Day Campers will arrive as breakfast is concluding in time for the first skill of the day. Depending on the number of Day Campers registered each week they'll either operate as their own cabin, or join an existing cabin group for the day. They'll participate in skills, chapel, meals, etc. like any other camper, leaving following evening chapel.
If you worked at camp as a cabin leader, lifeguard, program director, etc. and graduated in 2020 or before, you and your family are welcome to join us!!
We've planned an intentional weekend retreat for alumni over the years and their families to reconnect, be encouraged in your faith and community, see that camp is still a place you can be involved.
The schedule will be fairly laid back to allow you to enjoy camp in whatever way is best for you. We’ll have scheduled meals and chapel times, a large group competition Saturday afternoon, and various camp skill areas open throughout the weekend. Arrival will happen Friday evening after 7 pm, we’ll have night lunch that evening and a casual chapel service around the campfire a little later on. Sunday will conclude with a chapel service and lunch.
Cost for the weekend is by donation. Tax receipts will be issued for donations greater than $75 for a single person or $125 for a family. Any donations received will be used to cover the costs of the weekend and the ongoing financial needs of camp ministry. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or with any questions.