We Want You to Know
Camp staff and volunteers are carefully screened and trained to ensure a quality and safe camp experience for your child. These enthusiastic volunteers work under the supervision of experienced and professional staff to make each week at camp a week that lasts a lifetime.
Our dedicated staff and volunteers strive to model and teach the Gospel throughout your child's stay, through chapels, discussions and age-appropriate Bible studies. At Torch Trail Bible Camp we seek to make Jesus Christ known in an environment that is fun, safe and non-threatening.
CAMPER CHECK-IN is Sunday 4:00 – 5:00 pm.
CAMPER PICK-UP is Friday Noon. All of our camps end with a closing program at 11:30 am.
Squirt campers should be picked by 1:00 pm on Tuesday.
Feel free to join us for lunch prior to pick-up.
Please Note: We don’t check-in campers prior to 4:00 pm, and there is no advantage to showing up early. Please do NOT arrive before 4:00 pm.
Campers are placed in cabins of up to 12 campers, based on their age and gender. When filling out the camper registration form you may indicate with whom your child would like to share a cabin. We will make every effort to accommodate that request, but we can only accommodate groups of up to 2 friends.
Please note that cabin placements are done before campers arrive. When you arrive to check-in on Sunday you will find out which cabin your child is in and be introduced to his or her cabin leader at the cabin.
One of the best parts about camp is making new friends! If your child is coming to camp for the first time or is not bringing a friend, don’t worry; campers have lots of opportunities to make friends not only with their cabin groups, but also with other campers during daily activities.
To Do Before You Come
Whether this is your child's first time at camp, or whether they are a "seasoned pro", there are a few things that are essential to do before you arrive at Torch Trail.
Important Info for Parents
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In Safe Hands
To learn more about our committment to the safety of your children while they are at camp we encourage you to visit One Hope Canada's website . . .
Here you learn more about our staff screening and standards, and find answers to many of your questions regarding the summer camp experience.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to call us -- we would love to talk with you!
Our goal is to partner with parents to make summer camp accessible to every child.
If you need help with camp fees, please call (306) 428-2989 to request a sponsorship application form.