Summer 2021 COVID-19 Information



Get information here for packing your gear, transportation and out tripping opportunities

Packing for Camp

If you do not see an answer to your question, check our FAQ page or contact us. We are more than happy to help!
This is a general packing list. If anything changes, you will be informed in your confirmation package following camp registration.

  • Long pants and shorts
  • Sweatshirt and sweater
  • Modest swim suits
  • Sleeping bag and pillow
  • Toiletries
  • Hat and sun screen
  • Raincoat and boots
  • Non-aerosol insect repellent (less than 10% DEET)
  • Long-sleeved shirt and T-shirts
  • Jacket
  • Pajamas and underwear
  • Towels
  • Flashlight
  • Bible
  • Running shoes and socks
  • Bug nets are available in the tuck shops for hanging over your child’s bed ($20)



  • Camera
  • Fitted sheet
  • Masks


Please leave the following at home:

  • All electronic games, players, entertainment and communication devices (i.e. cell phones, iPods, iPads, etc.)
  • Knives
  • Valuables (i.e. Jewelry)
  • Alcoholic beverages or narcotics
  • other expensive or potentially harmful items

Please note that the use of tobacco, alcoholic beverages, or narcotics is prohibited and will be treated as a serious offense. Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.


Food Parcels:

  • No food is allowed in chalets because of the potential problem of attracting animals, so please do not send or bring large food parcels to camp.
  • No nuts or peanut products please due to the possibility of allergic reaction in others.

Please label all belongings.


Transportation to and from Camp

A camp bus option is available for an extra cost of $90 (+HST) for certain weeks of the summer: Sessions 1,3,5, & 7 – north or southbound. You can choose this option when you register. The drop off and pick up location is in Vaughan, off Highways 400 and 7. Limited seats available. Call the camp office for more details at 1-800-361-CAMP.


The northbound bus is FULL for sessions 1 and 5.


There is no airport service to or from camp in 2024. Please contact the main office for other options.


2024 Chapel Schedule


Join us at Chapel Point this summer to experience worship and teaching in our beautiful outdoor location. 10:00 a.m. start. Call the main office for further details.

July 14 – Alex Douglas
July 21 – Nigel Pollock
July 28 – Johnny Gordon
August 11 – Bethany Nolson
August 18 – Shogo Fukushima

Transportation To & From Camp


Find information on special round-trip transportation from the Toronto area. We have bussing available from SAIL (Hwy 400 and 7) as well as from Pearson International Airport.

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Out Tripping


Canoe trips are a great opportunity for campers to safely step outside their comfort zones while also experiencing the beauty of creation.  Check out what we offer.

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