Specialty Camps

These smaller camps offer a different atmosphere and program than our classic camps and fanatic options. Between our popular paintball focused DIRT camps, leader developing Work Crew program, and our all-new Wild Camp: Northbound, you are sure to find a camp experience that is unique and challenging!

DIRT Camps

Paintball, loads of surprises and paintball highlight these camps that are for guys aged 12-18. Amateur camps are for boys aged 12-14 and Pro camp is for 14-18 year olds. Learn how to work as a team, paintball, and build strategy, all while encountering spiritual challenges from the Bible. Oh, and did we mention “paintball”?

Check out our camp dates page for more information on each camp, including cost and dates.

Work Crew

Work Crew

Work Crew is a special “camp within a camp” designed for teens aged 14-18. This leader training program focuses on maturing young leaders through practical work experience, sessions, and one-on-one mentoring. Because sessions are two weeks long, participants build close friendships at this smaller camp. Campers also get to enjoy a selection of our favourite camp activities. Work Crew may be the most difficult thing you’ve ever done, but it may also be one of the most powerful experiences of your life. If you want to know God more closely and serve Him, Work Crew is the camp for you!

Wild Camp: Northbound

This is an outdoor adventure you don’t wanna miss! Fishing, outdoor cooking, tenting, portaging, canoeing, spiritual challenges, and the unique setting of the Churchill river system highlight this new camp for campers aged 14-18. Our experienced guides are leading this trip through the “French-Ducker” loop, which begins and ends on Otter Lake.

Other details:
-we will provide transport to and from our office in Saskatoon
-we bring the food, supplies, and canoes, you are responsible for your personal effects and bedding
-if you are unable to share a tent with someone whom your parent/guardian agrees is in your family’s “bubble”, you may be required to bring your own tent; this is dependent on government regulations at the start date of the trip
-paddlers should be reasonably fit, ie: able to walk at least 1km wearing a 30lb backpack and be ready to paddle 6-8 hours daily
-one day of paddling instruction and practice will happen on our lake on June 12
-an itinerary and detailed packing list is provided upon registration